You may or may not have heard, Starz is reduxing the Outlander series from the very beginning – one episode every Friday from March 3rd up to September 15th. Not to spread any unconfirmed rumors (or maybe I am because I’m about to), the hopeful assumption is Season 3 may begin on either Saturday, September 16th, or Sunday, the 17th, right after the Season 2 redux ends. And that’s all I’m gonna say about that!

Now, this redux of the show got me to thinking about something new I could do with the episodes. So, just for fun (because why else would I do it?), here’s a dummy-proof gallery of the Top 20 Tips for Dummies from Jamie and Claire for Episode 101: SASSENACH. Click and go!

48 thoughts on “Top 20 Redux Tips for Dummies from Outlander Ep. 101: SASSENACH

  1. Candida, you are so witty! I had seen these tips before, but I read them again and I find something funny and new all the time. I also love your participations in the podcasts with Ginger and Summer. You guys ROCK!!

  2. Thanks for the laugh! Have just finished watching Season 2. Yes we are behind in Australia or perhaps it is just me. I always wait for the DVDS so that I can keep forever my favorite series and movies. I must say I am a bit gutted at how many of my favorite Scots died. I am now waiting like many of the fans around the world for Season 3 I know my wait will be longer but oh well anticipation is good.

  3. This is hysterical. I hope you are planning this for every episode,making Droughtlander slightly more bearable. Thanks for making me laugh!

  4. Good way to begin my Monday. And an avid Outlander book series and now tv series fan, it is a good refresher course. Only wish we did not have to wait so long between seasons. Concerned about them being able to complete all of the books because the actors will be getting physically older as one book a year would have them finishing in 10 years. A lot can happen “in reality” of 10 years to an actor’s life. Love our Claire and Jamie saga. Thanks for your humor, Cindy Kilroy

    1. Thanks, Cindy! I guess the one good thing is, the actor’s could ‘age’ into the roles. 😏 Hate to say it, but I don’t see all the books being adapted. It’s rare for shows to last more than 6 or 7 seasons, in general. It’s even more rare for European actors to commit to a show for more than 4 or even 5 years. Again, this is all my own generalization. Would love to be wrong.

      1. Candida, thank you for your posting and replying. Yes, aging would not be an issue in the Outlander Series as,we all know this is part of the story line. I agree that most actors refrain from committing to do many years of their careers. At first they must be thrilled to actually get the role them years later it is a different matter. Well, I guess we will always have the book series and thankfully now there is Audiable books….just put on my ear buds and travel to Scotland and around the globe back to the USA while in my PJs. Thanks, Cindy

    2. Cindy,

      I’ve had the exact same concerns! They’ve gotta narrow the gap between seasons, not only for our sake as stalwart fans, but to keep the fan base at large from drifting away and so that they keep their cast from drifting away for any number of reasons. Slainte!


  5. these definitely gave me the giggles… Spot on ! I wish the full seasons from #1 would be shown in Canada..

  6. Good morning dear Candida,

    Excellent written and so amusing. This made my day, thank you.

    Greetings from Germany I. Bremer


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