There’s something exciting about starting the first episode of a new season (even in rerun). Perhaps it’s because in a few short months we’ll be seeing the first episode of Season 3? It’s been a long time coming, and by all accounts, it will have been very worth the wait. So, even watching the “previously…” […]
Matt Roberts did an impromptu Q&A today… quick Q&A… go — Matthew B. Roberts (@TheMattBRoberts) June 25, 2017 and gave us lots of info. Here are some highlights… Matt is proud of Season 3, and can’t wait for us to see it… .Very excited — a season isn't finished until it's viewed by an audience. […]
BESIDE every good woman is a good man. Diana’s characters teach us nothing, if not that. If it’s not a husband, it’s a dad, a grandpa, a friend. We need each other, however unpopular that statement may be in our culture today… Happy Fathers’ Day to all of you men out there who show up […]
OutlanderBTS What’s New: S3 Filming Ends, Bare Asses in the Print Shop, Sam Facebook Q&A, New Cast Projects, etc.
A lot has gone on since my last update on May 24th. I attended Outlander in the City, where I caught up with numerous friends and cast members, including Grant O’Rourke, Steven Cree, Gary Lewis, Stephen Walters, Duncan LaCroix, and I had the pleasure of meeting Rik Rankin, Nell Hudson, and Wil Johnson, who plays […]
All photos: Sony/Starz ahhhghhhhh I hate this episode. Thank goodness I’m doing this post so I can take breaks from watching it. Written by Ira Stephen Behr and directed by Anna Foerster, Episode 115 is intense. Even in the beginning when the implements of torture are being displayed I feel disturbed. Ack, horrid. It’s the damn […]
Photo: A kiss-marked Stephen Walters talks to comedian Bruce Devlin at Outlander in the City As I packed for New York, tears streamed down my face. “You don’t seem very happy, Mommy,” said my 10-year-old daughter. “I don’t feel very happy,” I said. Fascial release often liberates more than just muscle tension; it loosens scar […]