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A True Fan’s Review of #Outlander Episode 108: BOTH SIDES NOW

Mrs. Graham (Tracey Wilkinson) offers Frank (Tobias Menzies) a spot of tea. I really want him to swat that cup from her hands – at least in a dream sequence.

Mrs. Graham takes Frank into the kitchen and tells him she believes Claire has passed through the stones of Craigh na Dun to another time.

Frank stands in the middle of the stones. He has no idea what to do. Tap his heels together? Cry on the stones? Maybe tears of love will magically open the space-time portal. Aw. Poor Frank. I’m feeling really sorry for this guy. His_wife_is_right_there. If he can just reach out and grab her.

Jamie: "There's a chance I can get the price lifted from my head. There's a witness who can prove my innocence. Claims he was there during my escape from Fort William & saw who actually killed the sergeant. But I'm not sure if I can trust him... Horrocks, a redcoat deserter." | Outlander S1E8 'Both Sides Now' on Starz

At Fort William, Black Jack Randall interrogates Claire: "Madam, you need to understand your position. In this, our 3rd encounter, I fully intend to discover both your true nature and the secrets that you hold." Claire: "Perhaps you should ask the Duke of Sandringham." – A dangerous gambit, to be sure, but his reaction told me Frank & the Rev. were right in their speculation that the duke was Randall's patron, who protected him from the censure of his superiors. | Outlander S1E8 'Both Sides…

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Simon Meacock as licensed beggar Hugh Munro, a sweet man who was captured at sea by the Turks, who tortured him by pouring hot oil on his legs. He also lived as a slave in Algiers, where they cut out his tongue. He carries several gaberlunzies, which grant him license to beg in various Scottish parishes. | Outlander S1E8 'Both Sides Now' on Starz | Costume designer TERRY DRESBACH

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There’s no sense in goading Black Jack, but she can’t seem to help herself. Not a good idea to bring up flogging to a man who gets off on it. His smile slips when she accuses him of being amused by the activity. “Amusing myself? What an odd thing to say. As you know from our previous meeting, I consider flogging a very serious matter indeed.”

To clear Jamie's name of the false murder charge, he & the MacKenzie men meet redcoat deserter Horrocks. Horrocks, after he gets paid: "The man who shot the sergeant... was Capt. Jonathan Randall himself."... Jamie: "I canna use Randall's name to clear my own!" Horrocks: "Ye bargained for a name; a name is what you received." | Outlander S1E8 'Both Sides Now' on Starz