Count on them

Pictures from Outlander

The whole Scene:

“That tower rises sixty feet from the ground,” he told me, “and it’s thirty feet in diameter, wi’ three floors.” He heaved a sigh. “We swept it from the top to the bottom,” he said, “and scrubbed it from the bottom to the top. It took five days, and I can taste rotted oat-straw when I cough, even now.”
“And you tried to kill me on the third day,” said Jamie, “for getting us into that.” He touched his head gingerly. “I had a wicked gash over my ear, where ye hit me wi’ the broom.”
“Oh, weel,” Ian said comfortably, “that was when ye broke my nose the second time, so we were even.”
“Trust a Murray to keep score,” Jamie said, shaking his head.
“Let’s see,” I said, counting on my fingers. “According to you, Frasers are stubborn, Campbells are sneaky, MacKenzies are charming but sly, and Grahams are stupid. What’s the Murrays’ distinguishing characteristic?”
“Ye can count on them in a fight,” said Jamie and Ian together, then laughed.
“Ye can too,” said Jamie, recovering. “You just hope they’re on your side.” And both men went off into fits again.

All rights for the Pic­ture go to the right­ful owner Starz.
Quo­te and Excerpt by Diana Gabal­don.
I own not­hing but the editing
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One Comment

  1. nancy daniels
    December 27
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    It was an amazing story line through out the movie. I loved it, and the love story between claire and jamie was magical. then bringing jamie back home to his family and friends was nice and seeing relationship with his childhood friend ian was pretty cool. Of course the ending was heart wrenching, but that was some of the best work I have seen in actors in a long time. Also its the best script writing I’ve seen in a very long time congratulations on your hard work!
    nancy daniels

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