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Sophie Skelton & Richard Rankin Speak Episode 3’s Letters (VIDEO)

Sophie Skelton & Richard Rankin Speak Episode 3’s Letters (VIDEO)


Bree and Roger MacKenzie (Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin) reside fortunately ever after in 20th Century Scotland (Nicely, for now. That is Outlander in any case!) Within the newest Inside Outlander aftershow, we talked with the actors about Episode 3, which featured the welcome supply of a field of centuries-old letters from Bree’s mother and father Claire and Jamie (Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan) chronicling what occurred after the MacKenzies left the 1700s and traveled by the stones.

“The extra [Bree] reads the letters, to stay the life by them — it’s a rebirth of her mother and father,” Skelton says. “It’s fantastic as a result of it appears like a parallel timeline as nicely. It’s not such as you lose a dad or mum and skim their diary; it appears like these letters are coming in tandem fairly [than from] the grave. It’s actually emotional to Bree.”

The couple additionally talk about when (if ever) to inform their son Jemmy about his previous and skill to time journey and what Jamie meant in his letter saying that Jem would know the key hiding place for the Jacobite gold. “[Jem] is at an age the place we’d speak about that — and would [then] suppose twice,” Rankin gives. “Speaking about it at college, telling his classmates [who would] ask questions. That would get hellish and complex.”

Issues do get difficult when Bree, in future episodes, will get a job that makes use of her training and mind. A brand new colleague Rob Cameron (Chris Fulton) will finally trigger issues. Skelton shares some intel: “[Chris] is a good new addition and I beloved working with him. It creates a cool dynamic within the storyline. Brianna appears like they’re truly shut pals, and she will be able to open up to him and have somebody to speak to about her job in engineering. Clearly, she is confronted with a lot misogyny [at work]. She takes it in a stride — and he or she sort of will get bullied.”

Take a look at the video for extra from Skelton and Rankin on their characters’ ’70s/’80s appears to be like; welcoming new little one actors within the roles of the MacKenzie children; and extra.

Come again subsequent week after we break down the fourth episode with the trio of David Berry, who performs Lord John Gray; John Bell, as Younger Ian; and new solid member Charles Vandervaart as Jamie’s son, William.

Outlander, Fridays, 8/7c, Starz



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