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Congratulations to Matthew B. Roberts for writing the episode you the fans voted as the best episode of the season. I tend to agree. Thank you so much for voting. Apologies for not getting this up sooner but a freak snow storm hindered a lot of things.
I hope everyone is doing well in droughtlander.
Voting ends February 2 at midnight.
Personally, I do think this was a fantastic episode. A comment made by Blake of Outlander Cast with Mary and Blake made me think about the feel of this episode. Blake thought it didn't feel like a finale and I have to say he isn't wrong. I think this is mostly coming from the writing which your could lay at Toni Graphia's feet but I think this actually stems from Diana Gabaldon. I'm not going to spoil anything but the books from four (Drums of Autumn) on pretty much refrain from cliffhangers.
It isn't like Diana ties everything up with a bow but as you read she gives you some satisfaction for the stories she's telling and you just have to wait to learn what happens next (maybe a cliffhanger much later). It is like you are just getting a glimpse of someone's life while your visiting. Having said that, I thoroughly enjoyed this episode though not enough to give it more than 4 kilts.
As a book reader, I knew Young Ian's sacrifice was coming up and while I'll always think the book did it better (in this instance) it was hard in the episode. I got weepy. I do think if Young Ian had been more involved in the story on the Ridge we would have all had a harder time losing him. This makes me sad but so does losing Young Ian... and Rollo.
'Man of Worth' was such a good episode and I'm actually quite exciting it brought in so many viewers though I'm already hating droughtlander.
The title 'Man of Worth' made perfect sense to me as I watched the episode. Clearly, Jamie had to measure up by keeping his word and returning with Roger. Then we are faced with Young Ian owning the mistake he made (along with Jamie) by forfeiting himself in Roger's stead. Could you love him any more? I miss you already Young Ian and Rollo.
But that isn't the only man in need of proving themselves. Roger needs to step up and be there for Brianna and will he love the child he doesn't know is his and could potentially be Bonnet's?
However, the law firm of Davis Roberts and Graphia, reminded us this is a line from 'America the Beautiful' and, I have to say, I didn't remember that line. It never dawned on me Young Ian was taking Jamie's earlier words into account. But it didn't lessen the impact of what Young Ian did by not knowing.
Live viewer numbers are in and 'Man of Worth' didn't do too shabby bringing in 1.45 million live viewers. Of course, it is the finale and the start of Droughtlander. I'm just not ready for it. I feel like we should have at least 3 more episodes.
Season four fell a little behind coming in with an average of 0.98 million live viewers which is the lowest average rating for Outlander with season one bringing in 1.03 million, season two bringing in 1.09 million and season three bringing in 1.51 million on average.
However, 'Man of Worth' brought in the most live viewers for a finale:
Still, I don't think this is something to stress. I have a feeling a lot of Outlander's watchers are actually streaming the show and/or watching at Midnight or even later showings. I actually have to wonder what the live viewer numbers are for the Midnight EST (9pm PST) showing because that seems like a huge thing. And while I'm streaming, I'm also watching at 9pm PST on Saturday.
See the entire seasons viewer numbers:
Voting ends January 26 at midnight.
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