Outlander's Diana Gabaldon recalls painful Dougal MacKenzie scene 'Don't do that again'

“When they finally stopped, Graham staggered downhill from the road where they’d been doing this, pausing by me and Anne Kenney (brilliant writer of the other episode in that block of filming) to say, ‘I’ve just been having a conversation with my balls. They said, “We’d really rather you didn’t do that again”’.

“And staggered on, muttering, ‘I knew I should have worn a cup this morning…”

But while Graham had trouble with a mechanical horse, Sam had issues for a real one.

Diana penned: “I do recall the day in season two when Sam’s horse – which he was preparing to mount – decided to take its mother’s advice and relieve itself before setting out.”

source: express.co.uk