I had a different marry, date or dump planned for today, but given all the excitement about Outlander that I saw over the weekend I decided to change course. I have to admit that Outlander wasn’t my favorite when I read it … although I am thinking of giving it a second try. Despite my initial reluctance, I definitely understand the appeal of a man in a kilt (thank you junior year abroad in Scotland!) and I’m excited to see who you pick. Let me know in the comments!
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I suppose I’d marry Jamie Frazer, date Rupert Mackenzie and dump Frank Randall.
I suppose I’d marry Jamie Frazer, date Rupert Mackenzie and dump Frank Randall. Because look at Jamie, he’s such a hottie. Also, judging by the book, he’s also a really sweet guy.
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Well I agree. Frank seems very unexciting through all the books and seems way to prepossessed with himself (although he has some redeeming features as a father) – so dump him. Jamie is the obvious marry — intelligent, attractive, protective, energetic and insanely loyal. I’d date Rupert – just because it might be fun.
Men in kilts win!
Marry Jamie seems to be the popular opinion!
So up until less than twenty four hours ago, I knew nothing about Outlander other than the fact that it was a steamy read (of really long books) that a few of my girlfriends had suggested I read. After all the hype, I gave the show a watch and oh.my.god.
Jamie for all the things except dump. But based on the above comments, I’m guessing Frank is the dumper 😉
I just saw the first episode and can’t wait to dive into the books!!
Did I miss Rupert in the first episode. I don’t remember him. Perhaps I was also entranced by the men in kilts. 😉
Rupert might not have been in the first episode, he’s in the books … I think he is Jamie’s cousin.
He was, most prominently in the cottage when Claire was brought in my Murtagh, and on the road when Jamie goes off the horse (mentioning the saint when Claire starts swearing). He’s the one with the really pretty, expressive eyes:)