Outlander Episode Promo Images 108 Both Sides Now

Fans are still recovering from the new episode Starz aired last night for Outlander. The long awaited wedding scene for Jamie and Claire. A new promo trailer aired after the episode for episode 1.08 titled “Both Sides Now”. Starz posted new promotional images for the upcoming episode shown in the gallery below enjoy! (looks like a lot of emotional conflict for Claire and we also see a bit of Frank)

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7 Responses to Outlander Episode Promo Images 108 Both Sides Now

  1. trarecar says:

    So do you think we’re going to get Munro or will we get them getting attacked by the deserters? The fight they show has Dougal in it and it’s at night. I figured they might skip over the whole ‘has Dougal tried to kill Jamie before’ thing, so I’m curious to see what they’re going to do. I think a perfect mid-season cliff hanger will be Claire leaving to go to the stones and getting captured again. What do you guys think will happen this Saturday?

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  2. trarecar says:

    I just looked at IMDB and they have cast Munro, so…..

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  3. snarkland78 says:

    I am thinking that the dude in the hat is Munro. I saw, in another photo on FB, that she’s sitting beside Jamie and looking at a piece of what looks to be amber. Could it be the dragonfly?

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  4. trarecar says:

    On the official website, it says that Claire is ‘faced with an emotional quandry as a life-altering opportunity presents itself’. I guess she’s going to try and make it to the stones. Poor Jamie! And am I the only one who is really not looking forward to the whipping scene? I think the show is going to get a lot of backlash over that. 😦

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  5. Redhead says:

    This part of the book is fuzzy for me (I read only once–quickly, several months ago) so I’m excited to see what this episode includes and what is chosen to be the cliffhanger. Interesting that they’re including Frank’s struggle with the disappearance of his wife, but I hope they don’t spend TOO much time on that aspect. Definitely more intrigued with the 1743 timeline. 🙂

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