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Season 3, Episode 2 – Jamie is a shell of his former self without Claire on Outlander. His presence at Lallybroch puts everyone he loves in harm’s way, and has devastating consequences for Fergus. Claire and Frank’s relationship changes, setting a distance that may remain for the rest of their marriage.
Season 3, Episode 1 – In the season premiere of Outlander we find out how life has treated both Claire and Jamie since she went back to the future. Does Jamie survive the battle of Culloden? How does Claire cope with a life without, living Jamie with a man who looks exactly like her former tormentor?
In an extended season finale of Outlander thrills with revelations of both new characters and old ones, as we find out how Claire ended up back in the 20th century, and what her life has become since leaving Jamie and the past.
Preparations for the Jacobite uprising touch a nerve with Claire in ways we’ve never seen before on Outlander. Dougal returns, but will the bad blood between him and Jamie simmer down enough for the two men to work together?
After a tumultuous stint in Paris, Claire and Jamie head back to Scotland to start fresh in this week’s Outlander. Things don’t stay easy too long, and soon they find themselves in a difficult situation.
The best intentions always seem to go off of the rails on Outlander. As Claire and Jamie continue to thwart Charles, their future is suddenly up in the air as Black Jack throws a wrench in everything.
This weeks Outlander finds Claire and Jamie concocting a situation they hope will unravel Prince Charles plans, and new insights into Master Raymond and Le Compte St. Germain.
There are all kinds of intrigue and some new characters in this week’s episode of Outlander. Jamie is glued to the hip of Charles, while Claire looks for meaning in her day-to-day life by using her gifts as a healer.
The second episode of this season of Outlander spends a lot of time setting up the new world of Paris life, since Claire and Jamie have thrust themselves into it.
We’ve come to the end of the first season of Outlander, and there’s a lot going on. Blackjack has been up to the devil’s business, and the scars on Jamie’s body may be no match for the scars on his soul.
We’re getting to the end of the first season of Outlander and things are dark and gory. There’s so many cringe worthy elements in this episode, that I hope to all things holy this season doesn’t end in tears.
This week deals with the fallout of the ambush Jamie and The Watch fell into in this episode of Outlander. There’s a lot going on in this episode, but much of it is a set up for next week’s installment. I’m by no means saying this is a filler episode. It’s not.
Jamie and Ian find themselves in trouble when The Watch arrives. Lallybroch is supposed to be a place of peace and tranquility for Jamie and Claire, but this week’s Outlandershows how dangerous it can be to return home.
This episode of Outlander focuses on the ghosts of the past for the Frazier family. Jamie’s return to Lallybroch is supposed to be a triumphant homecoming, but instead ends up being an exorcism of past demons.
Claire must make a big choice in this week’s #Outlander after narrowly escaping death.
Events transpire to poison the tranquility of Claire and Jamie’s life in this weeks #Outlander.
Jamie comes to Claire’s rescue, but must rescue his relationship soon after on #Outlander.
Two worlds nearly collide in the half season finale of “Outlander.”
Welcome to the duality of Claire’s married life.
Claire finds herself stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Lessons from the road as Claire travels with the MacKenzie clan.
Claire’s escape plan falls prey to MacKenizie clan politics.
Claire’s scientific reasoning comes up against faith and superstition.
Not quite a prisoner, not quite free.