Season One. Volume TwoDVD - 2015
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This was so intreaging, I watched it all almost obsessively. By the time of the ending, I was almost speechless. The acting was incredible. Just amazing. Wow.
Jamie: It's not about what I believe. These people, they've have never been more than a day's walk from place where they were born. They know no more of the world than what Father Bain tells them to cook on a Sunday. The parents of that child, they might come for him in a bit and think it's the changeling that died and think of their own child, healthy and well living forever with the fairies.
Jamie: I've always known I've lived a like different from other men. When I was a lad I saw no path before me, I simply took a step and then another. Ever forward, ever onward, rushing toward someplace I knew not where. And one day I turned around and looked back and saw that each step I'd taken was a choice, to go left, to go right, to go forward or even to not go at all. Every day every man has a choice between right and wrong, between love and hate, and sometimes between life and death and the sum of those choices becomes your life. The day I realized that is the day that I became a man.
Jamie: This family has taken ye in, has given ye food and shelter and ye might want to show some gratitude!
Man: You might want to remember who has the pistol.
Jamie: They've burned hay we need for winter. You'd have me turn the other cheek?
Ian: That's why ye've got two cheeks, ye lemmer.
Jamie: Remember, we used to argue which was the bigger sin, fornication or killin' and worry whether we would go to hell?
Ian: Well, if you're goin' to hell, I might as well go, too. God knows you'll never manage alone.
Jamie: Go get the shovel.
Ian: And this would be...?
Claire: The trollop. Otherwise known as Claire Fraser.
Claire: If you really are a witch, now would be the perfect time to use your powers.
Geillis: Aye, same to you my friend.
Monk: How marvelous, extraordinary. A miracle, perhaps.
Claire: A miracle? Somehow I don't think canon law is constructed with my situation in mind.
Monk: True, but our Lord sees the truth in all things, and so he knows your truth as well. Whatever your sins may be, have faith it will be forgiven.
Jamie: How can you save a man that doesn't want saving?
Monk: I've no doubt you can mend his body, but there are other wounds not so easily dealt with. His soul, I'm afraid, is in turmoil.
Jenny: Love forces a person to choose. You do things you never imagined you could do before.
Claire: It's alright. It is possible to deliver a breech baby. I'll only have to reach inside and guide it out.
Jenny: All right, but you'll be fetching me a good, stiff dram before we start.
Claire: In that case, the baby will likely be drunk, too.
Jenny: Then he'll come into the world a true Scot.
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