I hate dolls. I hate the way they seem to multiply, especially if you’ve raised daughters. You start with a few, and next thing you know you have a few dozen. I hate the way they stare at you with those soulless eyes and knowing grins. I hate the way they hover above your bed and taunt you with their ghostly little voices.
So, did Jack Randall die as a result of last week’s skirmish with Jamie? His boy bits were injured, so even if he lives anyway, he may be unable to father a child, still screwing up Frank’s future. The preview for this episode heard Mother Hildegarde tell Claire that something was between her and God. Could this be alluding to possible divorce and/or abortion, both topics frowned on by the church? Jamie broke his promise to his wife, and it looks like Claire is on the verge of losing the child. Maybe she wants to rid herself of Jamie and any tie to him. He did have her promise to go back to Frank should anything happen to him. This season started with a pregnant Claire reunited with Frank. Was this foreshadowing? Was anything resolved this week on “Outlander“?
On last week’s episode of “The Magicians” Penny, Alice, Margo and Eliot and Josh went to Fillory while Quentin was forced to seek the help of Julia. This week, Team Quentin comes face to face with the Beast. Will Julia use her Goddess Card to save Team Quentin on the season finale? Read the rest of this entry
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On last week’s episode of “The Magicians” Julia met her first goddess and, like most gods are prone to do, this goddess sends Julia on a quest. Penny was saved and Quentin lost big time in the romance department. It makes one wonder if there are actually benefits to learning magic. This week, alliances are formed and everyone gets to travel. What could go wrong… right?