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American Gods Will Have "So Many" Digital Erections
American Gods might be a serious journey into the nature of belief and change, but it’s also going to have a lot of dicks.
By Beth Elderkin

American Gods might be a serious journey into the nature of belief and change, but it’s also going to have a lot of dicks.

“We have so many visual effects that involve digital erections,” showrunner Bryan Fuller said.

Speaking on the Nerd World Report, Fuller shared the stiff details about how they went about filming all the moments of male excitement on the series, and there are a lot. After all, it’s considered author Neil Gaiman’s most sexually graphic novel. Let’s just say a lot of work goes into making sure your male actors are at attention.

“We have conversations, ‘Well, should we get [a] dildo and strap it onto the actors, is that going to be more cost effective? Or is it easier just to give them digital erections?’” Fuller said.

The Frasers & Hands: 53

“I was crying for joy, my Sassenach,” he said softly. He reached out slowly and took my face between his hands. “And thanking God that I have two hands. That I have two hands to hold you with. To serve you with, to love you with. Thanking God that I am a whole man still, because of you.” ~ Outlander

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Outlander Recap on Steroids, Episode 202

Approximately, every two weeks, OLA will be publishing an episode-based Recap on Steroids (ROS) for Season 2.  These ROS will incorporate an OLA writers’ opinion on the episode woven in with information from both the official Starz podcasts hosted by Showrunner Ronald D. Moore along with comments from the official episode script including things changed or edited for television. OLA editorial comments in the ROS recognize and respect the experience of those associated with the show even though we may respectfully disagree at times with their thought process or assumptions.  We hope you enjoy these recaps!

Read full Recap on Steroids, Episode 202

Save Hannibal - Daily Meal Plan

Save Hannibal can feel like a full time job sometimes, but to make it easier, we’ve come up with a daily plan of attack.

The goal is to try and move beyond only tweets! There is at least one other way to reach out to every platform. Even if you’re emailing from the same email every time (though if you have a few, vary it up) - this all helps. Leave a Facebook comment on the appropriate sort of posts, let them know when the rights expire we want them to be there - everywhere you can!

Here’s the menu:

Netflix Mondays - Chat!!! , FB
Hulu Hughsdays - Contact: https://help.hulu.com/contact Email: Support@hulu.com, Call: +1-888-265-6650. FB  
CBS Wednesdays - Contact: http://www.cbs.com/feedback/ , FB
Starz Thursdayz - Contact: http://www.starz.com/contact , FB
Misc. Fridays - (Syfy (feedback@syfy.com), AMC, FX, etc.)
BBC3 Saturdays - Got this link! and follow the steps here! or EMAIL BBC3 bbcthreefeedback@bbc.co.uk or FB

James Fraser is certainly the dashing, attractive partner of Claire, but the paths they take towards loving each other are very different. Jamie knows romance on a more personal level than Claire, as his parents, Brian and Ellen, ran off and eloped. Claire was orphaned at a very young age and raised by her uncle; as she lead quite a nomadic existence until adulthood, she has a deep, internal craving for home. For Jamie, his family home of Lallybroch is his stability and sense of self, and his years away from it – first as a soldier and later an outlaw – have made the farm his idyllic dream in most of Season One. When he tells Claire in “The Reckoning” that he fashioned her wedding ring from the key to Lallybroch, as she is his home now, you can see that emptiness in both of them has been filled.
The spiritual connection between the two continues to develop in and out of the bedroom, as Jamie’s respect for Claire as a healer and Claire’s witness of his increasing skill as a leader of men make them ideal partners, best friends, lovers, and soulmates. Jamie recognizes that love is all-encompassing and requires sacrifice and devotion, and he demonstrates this not only for his wife but for his home and family and clan. This is what makes Sam Heughan’s performance so heartbreaking after Wentworth: even the demonstration of love has been tainted. After his assault by Jack Randall, he cannot physically connect with his wife, causing him to literally and figuratively withdraw from her for the first few episodes. When Claire discovers the bite marks a prostitute left on his thighs in “La Dame Blanche,” and surmises that he can still muster the will for physical intimacy, just not with her, he confesses his ongoing torment. This is not something a romantic male lead is supposed to experience, let alone admit to, but Outlander presents his suffering honestly and openly, and it is Claire who comes to him later that night, assuming the roles of protector and nurturer and lover, instigating their physical reunion. 
Once the episodes return to Scotland, we see the Frasers continue to work together in a shared cause to save their friends and Highland culture altogether. Jamie rides with his wife by his side, consults her in all matters, and recognizes her independent and tenacious character. The weight of prescience about Culloden weighs on the couple, and one of the most tender scenes shared between them is when Jamie is leaving for Prestonpans. He says no words to his wife, but their passionate kiss and his deep bow to her is testament enough to the emotion between them.
I shook so that it was some time before I realized that he was shaking too, and for the same reason. I don’t know how long we sat there on the dusty floor, crying in each others arms with the longing of twenty years spilling down our faces.
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Diana Gabaldon, Voyager

The next time we will see Claire and Jamie touch each other, they will be on the dusty print shop floor.  #PrintShopIsComing