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    Quote Originally Posted by bee stung lips View Post
    Ahhhh.....judging by your spoiler it suddenly all makes sense now. Thanks.
    LOL, yeah understanding that clears a great deal up. I was never confused by the time travel, I kind of forget about it as I read or watch. The only thing that i questioned was maybe in their actions to prevent the rebellion they caused them to fail rather than win. Meaning maybe if they left it alone in the 1700s it may have been different and their meddling hurt more than it helped.
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    This show is simply fantastic! Just finished the finale, and everything came together beautifully. I could feel Claire's pain all the way back to the first episode of the season when she came through the stones. No wonder the poor woman was so despondent!

    Roger is wonderful, and I look forward to learning more about that character in the future.

    I will patiently wait for the 3rd season, and will truly become upset only when the series ends.
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    Just started watching Season 2 (after binge watching season 1 last weekend) and I just have to say that Tobias Menzies is just incredible. Definitely deserves an Emmy
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    It's back! Missed this world on my TV screen. I was trying to get into the Season Three excitement by watching the lead actors on the talk shows this week, but meh. I just want to see their artistic work. The season premier did not disappoint! Claire & Frank have a tough road ahead in the States, and Jamie's fate looks practically unbearable. The journey continues...
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    I love, love, love this show. It is my favorite. The actors are all superb, the story is lovely, the scenery is realistic, and the chemistry between the leads just draws the audience into their beautiful love story.
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    Hmmm. I just changed cable companies, and can't find this on my new one. Boo hoo!

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    Re: Outlander (Starz)

    Are you still paying for Starz? Check your bill. If you're paying, it's there somewhere. Does your new cable provider have a channel lineup on their website? Have you tried searching for the show in the TV listings (if your cable provider has that feature)? There are several channels that I didn't even know existed in my channel lineup until I went hunting for them. Like H U N T I N G so far up the channel lineup that I'd never even gone that far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GolfGrrl View Post
    Hmmm. I just changed cable companies, and can't find this on my new one. Boo hoo!
    most provides have a menu that will allow you to schedule shows to record (If you have a DVR) and you can simply search by name. Maybe that will work for you That is how i find all my new shows each season because i can't ever remember the networks anymore since there are soooo many lol. Heck, I can't remember when the ones I DO watch start each season.. thank gawd for my DVR!
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    Poor Frank! I will miss this character, but having read Voyager knew it was coming 😟 Lord John Grey is a nice addition to the story.

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