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In Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich of Chipperish Media analyzes the Starz television show Outlander, all while drinking whisky, and talking about how much Jamie and Claire have sex. Which is usually quite a lot.

Sex and Whisky: A Discussion of Outlander (Season 3‪)‬ Chipperish Media

    • TV & Film
    • 3.9 • 78 Ratings

In Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich of Chipperish Media analyzes the Starz television show Outlander, all while drinking whisky, and talking about how much Jamie and Claire have sex. Which is usually quite a lot.

    Insanity Poutine (S3.13)

    Insanity Poutine (S3.13)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich talks about fractured teases, Canadian delicacies of craziness, and ABANDAWE! in her discussion of Outlander Season 3, Episode 13, Eye of the Storm. The post Sex & Whisky #13. Insanity Poutine appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 14 min
    Love in the Time of Guano (S3.12)

    Love in the Time of Guano (S3.12)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich talks about romance, batshit and racism in narrative as the Gabaldonian Coincidence Machine grinds away in Outlander Season 3, Episode 12, The Bakra. The post Sex & Whisky #12. Love in the Time of Guano appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 18 min
    Claire in Wonderland (S3.11)

    Claire in Wonderland (S3.11)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich takes on pothead priests, sentient coconuts and what Jamie's tendency to rename people means as she imagines what might have been in Outlander Season 3, Episode 11, Uncharted. The post Sex & Whisky #11. Claire in Wonderland appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 21 min
    Because Goats (S3.10)

    Because Goats (S3.10)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich talks about Invasion-of-the-Body-Snatchers Jamie, #WTFClaire, gaslighting narratives, and goats as she assesses Outlander Season 3, Episode 10, Heaven and Earth. The post Sex & Whisky #10. Because Goats appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 21 min
    Sound & Fury (S3.09)

    Sound & Fury (S3.09)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich celebrates Marsali, endures NotAngus and NotRupert, and imagines an alternate treatment of the Yi Tien Cho material while discussing Outlander Season 3, Episode 9, The Doldrums. The post Sex & Whisky #9. Sound & Fury appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 19 min
    Fumbling the Ball (S3.08)

    Fumbling the Ball (S3.08)

    In this episode of Sex & Whisky, story expert Lani Diane Rich talks Dark Jamie, Crisis Claire, and how the writers could have made the whole Laoghaire thing not so insane as she dives into Outlander Season 3, Episode 8, First Wife. The post Sex & Whisky #8. Fumbling the Ball appeared first on Chipperish Media.

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

Good740155 ,

Outlander is crazy. LDR is lovely.

I'm not a die hard fan of Outlander books or TV show but enjoy the crazy enough to have fun watching it! Lani is intelligent and fun to listen to. She's smart, sassy, and (in)sightful! I'm not a fan of her trying to recreate what she would have done but appreciate the thought behind it. As long as I'm watching Outlander, I'll be listening to Lani! The video blogs are typically how I consume S&W and it's great fun to see how she incorporates the scenes from the show in the video.

jlmr76 ,

I can write a better television series listen to me complain..blah blah blah

If your interested in this one woman complain fest, slide up a chair and get ready to have your cup full. She can do everything better / I’m just a critic -crap. Don’t waste your time. She kills the fun in all things Outlander. Oh! And guess what -she has a Buffy Poscast too! Only mentions it 100000 times per episode.ugh
Don’t waste your time.

sarahelawton ,

Yes!

Lani is so smart and so funny. She's not just giving a recap; she speaks from perspective of narrative theory, her field of study and practice, so she offers solid argument for what works and what doesn't work, and why, in terms of story structure; I find that really helpful. She's also a fan, and a writer of books herself, so her critique isn't about tearing something down so much as explaining it. She shows how we can talk about a show critically while loving and appreciating it. I find it a helpful balance.

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