One of Starz’s Men in Kilts was decidedlyout of his in the ultimate moments of this week’s episode.
The journey sequence’ second installment discovered Graham McTavish and Sam Heughan exploring the world of Scottish sports activities. They lifted heavy rocks. They tried their arms at occasions from the Highland Games, like tug-o-war and tossing the caber. (This cease on the journey additionally included this sage recommendation for kilt-clad dudes, from Charlie Murray of the Highland Games Association: “Do not go commando, in case you get upended,” and I really feel prefer it’s relevant knowledge for a lot of of life’s conditions.) They hit a number of golf balls at St. Andrews.
Along the best way, Heughan and McTavish comply with a guess: Whoever loses essentially the most sporting occasions throughout this leg of the journey will skinny-dip in the North Atlantic. And although Heughan is quite positive that McTavish would be the one taking the chilly plunge, their closing cease — rugby coaching at Murray Stadium — proves him mistaken.
So after the knackered pair have their now-traditional, end-of-episode whisky, all that is left is for Heughan to banish his breeks and make the leap. Which he does… after an prolonged, au naturale dash throughout a lot of sand, because of low tide.
There was no means we have been going to cross up a chance to speak with Heughan and McTavish about their pleasant wager, that suit-free swim and the potential for all of it occurring once more in a possible Season 2. So press PLAY on the video beneath to go deep on Sam’s dip, then hit the feedback together with your ideas!