But lust is not all that defines this relationship, says Balfe: “Everyone talks about Jamie and Claire’s sexual chemistry, and yes, that is a strong part of their relationship. But their emotional and spiritual connection is what keeps them together through all the craziness.”
idk about you guys but growing up, we never had a TV guide channel. I didn’t even know it was a thing till mid 2000′s. It wasn’t available in our area till I was in High School and then we only had it for a few years with basic cable then they took it away again.
Yeah, I didn’t know what the hell a guide channel was. All we had was the weekly TV guide magazine that my parents, legit bought every single week till they jacked the price so high, my parents put their foot down even to these and the listings were just a surprise after that. xD
Jon’s uncontrolled emotions get him into trouble. It’s that racing into battle when he should have stayed back. It’s the not thinking tactically. I don’t think he’ll ever overcome his hotheadedness. (Sansa) has knowledge he doesn’t have. He’ll listen to her more this season.
Cheers to Supergirl for serving up heroines without capes. Whether it’s DEO agent Alex (Chyler Leigh) fighting crime with ladylove cop Maggie (Floriana Lima, right, with Leigh) or badass mogul Lena Luthor (Katie McGrath) battling her own evil bloodline, Melissa Benoist’s Kara sure has found herself a super-impressive sisterhood in season 2.
The voyage marks a major turning point in the story - and poor Jamie has no easy time of it. “He doesn’t have the greatest sea legs, but they find a way to make it work,” Heughan says with a wink. “There are also much quieter, more emotional moments,” vows Balfe.
[…] “As we move forward, circumstances might try to tear Claire and Jamie apart again, but their love and commitment will never change.” Heughan agrees: “No matter what, they’ve got each other’s backs.”
Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Maril Davis - TV Guide