Actors Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan appear at the 2015 People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Jan. 7, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

In a new video, cast members of the Starz series "Outlander" answer questions from fans. Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe fielded questions on topics ranging from love to their guilty pleasures. Another video features executive producer Ron Moore, who explained some of the elements in an episode titled “The Watch.” [Spoiler Alert!]

“Do you believe in love at first sight?” was the first question the two cast members chose to answer. The question was posed by Tina D. on Facebook. After a long pause and some suggestive looks by Heughan, Balfe said she believed in “lust" at first sight. She later added that it takes time for love to “grow and develop.”

The two cast members were next asked to choose one character from the “Outlander” TV series, and a scene of that character, to switch places with. Heughan chose to be Dougal MacKenzie, played by Graham McTavish, but did not specify any scene. Balfe did not answer this question.

The final question asked the cast members to share their guilty pleasures. Balfe revealed that her guilty pleasure was the TV show “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and Heughan said his guilty pleasure was shopping at Whole Foods.

The second video shows Moore talking about episode 13. He explained that “The Watch” really existed in Scotland during the 1740s. “They could be patriots sometimes, sometimes they could be helping the Redcoats. … Usually they were after money, so they’re kind of shady characters [who are] really in business for themselves,” Moore said.

Moore said he believed the character of Jamie could have ended up leading a group of men as a member of the Watch, if he had made a few different choices in his life. Moore also revealed that there was an extended version of the ambush scene in “Outlander” episode 13, but producers cut the scene short to leave the fans wondering about exactly what happened.

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Source: YouTube/Outlander Italy

Source: YouTube/Outlander Italy