Inside the World of Outlander | ‘Blood of My Blood’ Ep. 6 BTS Clip | Season 4

Inside the World of Outlander | ‘Blood of My Blood’ Ep. 6 BTS Clip | Season 4


♪ Episode 406 is called
“Blood of my Blood”. It’s entitled that because
Jamie sees the son um, that he left behind
at Helwater. It’s one of our favorites -because we see Lord John again
played by David Berry,
-Yeah. who’s fabulous. -Jamie.
-What the devil. It was a great chance
to see Jamie have an adventure
and a bonnie experience with his son, um,
while Claire has to stay home and take care of Lord John and kind of try to get
to the bottom of what his actual intentions
are for bringing Willie here. I can’t, for the life of me, understand your motivation
for coming here. Lord John and Claire have such
an interesting relationship. They respect each other but they’re very
wary of each other. You shouldn’t presume
to know what I think. One of the things that
happens in the books quite a bit and happens in
the television show is we watch Jamie suffer
because that’s a good story. This is a guy
that has two children that he can’t be father to. I think walking with your son and never, not being able to
say, “I’m your father” is kind of the goal
to this story is to get to that place. With the look back, the mirror
to the Helwater episode, I know that this is kind of
a callback to that. And people remember,
Jamie doesn’t look back. -Willie does look back.
-Yeah, when Willie rides out. And when he rides off, that instills some hope
into Jamie that hey, one day I might
see my son again and who knows,
maybe I’ll be able to call him my son. We did not do the ring
according to the book in the first season. -And I think we’ve always
-We did not. wanted to get to that moment. So Jamie spends this episode having this new ring
made for her. Out of the candlestick
from his mother, -but also we realized
we could get
-Yeah. the original ring back
from the book that was the celtic design
with the thistles -and inside was inscribed
“1,000 kisses”
-Right. Give me a thousand kisses.