John was first introduced into the Outlander world in Season 2 as a young British soldier captured by Jamie and fellow highlanders. Lord John Grey and Jamie Fraser (Starz) In all the hullabaloo of the Mackenzie family leaving to travel to the future and Claire Fraser's (Caitriona Balfe) kidnapping, Lord John Grey's (David Berry) visit was almost eclipsed. Yes, he’s had some slip-ups, but everyone has them. The final exchange between the two is when Jaimie holds LJG face in his hands and bends down and kisses him on the lips. Jamie would never have actually gone through with sleeping with John. That’s why Jamie pushed John away for so long. Recognizing Jamie as a wanted rebel and presuming Claire to be his prisoner, Grey attempts to save her. We’ve all loved someone and it’s not been returned, not in the way that we’d like. Set in 1766 - Jamie Fraser has set up his printing shop in Edinburgh and John Grey has married Isobel Dunsany and is bringing up William Ransom, knowing him to be the son of Jamie. Outlander: John Grey actor talks about the love triangle with Claire and Jamie this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Claire doesn't always have the greatest reactions when other people show interest in Jamie, and she didn't have the friendliest reaction to John Grey when they crossed paths back in … Jamie tells Claire the true story of the seal cove and the treasure – he didn’t throw it into the sea as he told John Grey. I even think Claire notices something there from time to time. In the show, LJG is clearly infatuated (in love) with Jamie, but I also notice Jamie has a little flirt in his eye when he is alone with LJG. Build your custom FanSided TV email newsletter with news and analysis on Outlander and all your favorite sports teams, TV shows, and more. And not for the reason you would think. Thank you in advance! And deep gratitude. As much as John loves Jamie, that love isn’t returned. When will Men in Kilts likely premiere in early 2021? The treasure is still there, with gemstones and ancient coins. Given what happened with Black Jack Randall at the end of season 1 Jamie has strongly averse feelings towards men coming onto him. There is some sexual tension between the two later as it is alluded to S3E13, the Bakara . Claire and Jamie are interrupted mid-coitus by Marsali MacKimmie and Laoghaire Fraser. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Another audience member wanted to know if Jamie Fraser is modeled on any real life character. Lord John Grey. Your privacy is safe with us. Outlander has introduced a pivotal character to the entire series in season three: Lord John Grey. We'll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like. In case you'd forgotten, Jamie has a son who's been living with Lord John Grey—and surprise! I am new to Outlander. Powered by Minute Media © 2020 All Rights Reserved. Jamie's kid is a … Fan-favourite character Lord John Grey only appears in this particular novel through letters between him and Jamie, although the TV folks have made the wise decision to … Is it spelled out more in the books? Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Of course, there’s also the aspect of John being an honest and good man. CBS still in talks to acquire STARZ: What could this mean for Outlander? Valentine’s Day is the most romantic day of the year. John Grey has been raising Willie as his own, as he promised Jamie he would, the noble son-of-a-bitch. It was clear that the other prisoners were helping Jamie escape as they created a distraction for the guards while Jamie ran in the other direction. Which moment has you love the most throughout the seasons? Outlander: David Berry talks John Grey, and his feelings for Jamie 'Lord John is dealing with an an internal conflict of character,' the actor says It doesn’t matter what our sexual orientation, culture, upbringing, or race is. In Season 3, they crossed paths again at … I have a question about Jamie and Lord John Grey’s relationship in the books. Lord John will be conflicted in his loyalties in season five. Lord John Grey is a beloved character from the Outlander series, played by Australian actor David Berry. RELATED: Outlander: 10 Jamie And Lord John Grey Memes That Are Too Hilarious For Words. SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 03: David Berry attends the 2018 AACTA Awards Presented by Foxtel | Industry Luncheon at The Star on December 3, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. Fraser’s to be executed at dawn, but Grey can’t bear to see his friend hang without speaking to him one last time, and Fraser hopes not to be hanged at all. Deep at heart, he’s a guy who will always do the right thing, whatever the situation. They randomly show up in North Carolina! Started binging around Christmas now half way through season 4 (episode 6). Jamie would never "flirt" with John because Jamie views homosexuality as abhorrent (not just because of what happened with BJR, but also because of his religious beliefs). Lord John Grey’s love for Jamie is the most relatable thing about the character in Outlander. He is the one man that drew many of us into the series. In the woods, an hour’s ride outside Philadelphia. I don't know maybe fans just want the actors together :-). Using the threat of harm to Claire, Jamie tricks Grey into revealing information about the nearby British forces, and spares the boy's life. Maybe it’s being able to understand this that makes Lord John Grey such a likable character, someone many want to see more of. I am not referring to OP but sometimes I can't understand fans who ship Jamie and Lord John. I know that the upcoming episode to reintroduce John Grey is called “All Debts Paid,” but because they be doing Jamie’s flashbacks as well as Claire, I wish the episode was titled “Unwelcome Allies.” because that’s what Frank and John are to them. He is the one man that drew many of us into the series. There’s no better show than Outlander to celebrate romance. After all, Claire and Jamie certainly have their fair share of moments. He specializes in the history of modern philosophy, and his research examines the systematic attempts of various early modern authors to provide metaphysical foundations for psychology, ethics, and politics. Had expected it from the moment that he’d blurted out, “I have had carnal knowledge of your wife.” The only question in his mind had been whether Fraser would shoot him, stab him, or eviscerate him with his bare hands. Claire Fraser and Lord John Grey last came face-to-face in Outlander’s third season, but Lord John has finally returned in the Starz drama’s fourth season. There’s always been one who has got away, whether it’s of the same or the opposite sex. The rebel Jamie Fraser is once more at the mercy of the English…and Lord John Grey. Whether fans believed John would say such a thing or not (people say all sorts while delirious with fever), it brought up the similarities between their stories. Share your thoughts in the comments below. John is sexually attracted to Jamie, but Jamie is not sexually attracted to John. Am I imagining this? This is something we all have in common. However, it’s not just this that makes Lord John Grey’s love for Jamie so relatable. I mean if you watch or read outlander you would know how Jamie feels about this kind of relationships, definitely angry and disgusted. It's just friendship in the books. During an interview with Hollywood Life, David Berry touched on the unrequited love aspect of the storyline. Outlander Season 4 is now available on Amazon Video, DVD, and Blu-ray. Hal is about nine years older than John, and although it is unclear just how much older John's half-brothers are, John was about ten … The things Lord John Grey felt for Jamie were some of the things Frank felt for Claire. John Grey received his Ph.D. from Boston University. Grey has three elder brothers: Harold \"Hal\" Grey, from his parents' marriage, and Paul and Edgar DeVane, half-brothers from his mother's first marriage. 5 best moments from Outlander Season 2, Episode 7. 5 thoughts while rewatching Outlander Season 1, Episode 14. In season 4 of Outlander, Lord John Grey returned to, once again, save Jamie (Sam Heughan), Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and their family in more … If there’s one thing we understand as Outlander fans, it’s why anyone could simply adore Jamie Fraser. To have the injured husband regard him calmly, and say merely, “Oh? I have picked up on the same "chemistry" between them in the show, but in the books it's not there. 25 shows to watch on Netflix if you love Outlander, Outlander books chronological order: Timeline breakdown, Outlander: 25 best Claire and Jamie moments thus far, Outlander: 25 most romantic moments so far, Outlander Season 4, Episode 6: Clearing the air between Claire and Lord John Grey. John Grey & Jamie Fraser - All I Want (Outlander) John's POV Part 2 of my John / Jamie double. It's pretty explicitly spelled out on the show. If there’s one thing we understand as Outlander fans, it’s why anyone could simply adore Jamie Fraser. I don’t understand the weight of suspicion and hostility that Claire directs at John Grey. “Well, I have been married to a tall redhead with a sense of humor for almost 45 years,” Gabaldon says. It's friendship. John Grey had been quite resigned to dying. However, Jamie couldn’t offer himself to John in the way Claire could never do so to Frank after she returned from the past. In A Breath of Snow and Ashes Jamie tells Claire that offering his body to LJG in exchange for taking care of Willie was a test, to see what kind of a man John is. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images for AFI). Or is it just deep friendship and gratitude for what LJG has done for him? Lord John Grey in Blood of My Blood with Jamie Fraser (Starz) Even though Grey's love was rejected by Jamie, everything Grey has done or is doing is born out of love for Jamie. Something that I loved about Episode 6, “Blood of My Blood,” was that Lord John Grey and Claire Fraser had the chance to talk openly. I saw the friendship and gratitude on the show, I was just curious if the books innuendo anything else. Because he wanted to vilify him. John William Bertram Armstrong Grey was born to Gerard Grey, Duke of Pardloe and Earl of Melton, and his wife Benedicta Grey, née Armstrong. Grey, unaware of Jamie's real intentions, agreed to let the men place snares to then collect the following day. 11 months ago. LJG is very clear that he loves Jaimie but declines the offer saying that he would never ask Jaimie to do something like that...he is a gentleman. People 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries. But after all LJG has done for him (taken care of his son, saved him from being sent to the colonies, etc), there is indeed deep friendship and gratitude. A subreddit for the Diana Gabaldon book series and STARZ television show. This is even something that is brought up in Outlander Season 4. Outlander Season 4, Episode 5 reminds us things haven’t changed all that much, Why the ‘bear’ attack on Outlander Season 4, Episode 4 worked for me, Outlander Season 4, Episode 3: What was needed to really sell Brianna and Roger, 5 thoughts while rewatching Outlander Season 1, Episode 15, Why watch A Place to Call Home as an Outlander fan.