Men in Kilts gets side-splitting review from Outlander-daft US comedian

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Comedian and reviewer Josh Pray recently went viral for his comedic videos on becoming addicted to Outlander.

A US comedian who recently went viral for his newfound love of Outlander has given his side-splitting review of Sam Heughan’s latest show Men in Kilts.

Josh Pray took the internet by storm earlier this year after posting a comedic review of why he was addicted to the hit show after binge-watching the first series.

Now he’s back with a hilarious clip that sees him give his thoughts on watching “Jamie and Dougal in real life” on their adventures in the first ep of the new travel show.

The duo traveled around Scotland for the adventure travel show meeting some of the craftspeople, producers, and historians who make the country what it is.

The first episode aired on Valentine’s Day (February 14) and it’s safe to say that Josh was impressed, describing it as “absolutely fantastic”.

Joking that he was disappointed he didn’t see anyone actually in kilts, he added that even if he didn’t want to go to Scotland beforehand he certainly does now.

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He stated: “Is this what I’m missing all my life? I didn’t know Scotland was that beautiful.”

Adding that it introduced him to a whole host of seafood he’d never seen before, he quipped that he was shocked by good the scenery looked.

He asked: “I didn’t know Scotland was absolutely that gorgeous. Is it really that green or did they enhance it for the cameras?”

He warned though that women might enjoy the show a little too much – describing it as “virtual, visual eye candy”.

“Men in Kilts is everything every woman wants,” he joked. “I guarantee every woman fantasizes about being in the back of that van, driving around with Sam and Graham through Scotland.”

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He also poked fun at Sam for his overuse of the word “bountiful” and even tried out a Scottish accent.

It seems that Sam Heughan took his ribbing in good jest, retweeting Josh’s review, and adding: “Looks like we found our new travel companion for season 2! Praise indeed cheers Josh. Bring some grapes for the ride…”

We look forward to seeing what the trio gets up into when season two rolls around.

By: Sean Murphy

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