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The story of Claire Randall, a married combat nurse from 1945 who is mysteriously swept back in time to 1743, where she is immediately thrown into an unknown world where her life is threatened. When she is forced to marry Jamie, a chivalrous and romantic young Scottish warrior, a passionate affair is ignited that tears Claire's heart between two vastly different men in two irre more
...concilable lives.
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'Outlander' Recap: Claire Encounters 'Savages' and Jamie Reunites with an Old Friend

The fifth episode of “Outlander’s” fourth season, entitled “Savages,” picked up the pace dramatically, creating an intense roller coaster ride that highlighted two very different storylines for Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan), complete with an emotional reunion with an old friend. In 1767, Claire was learning to communicate with Cherokee wise woman Adawehi (Tantoo Cardinal), who is the show&rsq... more Comments

Outlander Recap

There’s a wee ceilidh going on in my heart right now, Outlander folk, and you’re all invited to join: Don those tartans and get to spinnin’, because Murtagh is back! Jamie’s godfather pops up unexpectedly — like a bearded, cranky, early Secret Santa present — in this week’s episode, while Jamie looks for some North Carolina Scots to live on Fraser’s Ridge. His sudden appearance is as much a surprise to Oldlanders as... more Comments

'Outlander' Revives Fan-Favorite Character in Complicated Reunion

Going into the season, fans already knew that the Starz adaptation of Diana Gabaldon's Drums of Autumn would eventually see the return of fan-favorite character Murtagh (Duncan Lacroix), Jamie's (Sam Heughan) godfather, as executive producer Ron Moore previously saved him from his book fate of dying at the Battle of Culloden. But when he would pop back up in the story was a mystery. His change of fate had already been revealed last season when he was reunited with Jamie once at Ardsmuir prison, but his story was once again left up ... more Comments

'Outlander' Recap: It's Not Happily Ever After for Brianna and Roger in 'The False Bride'

After spending the first two Season 4 episodes solely with Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) in the new world, “Outlander” is finally checking in with what Brianna (Sophie Skelton) and Roger (Richard Rankin) were up to in the 1970s. Roger sold his father’s house in Inverness to his father’s housekeeper Fiona (Iona Claire) and her husband, then set off for America to perform at a Scottish festival in North Carolina. He stopped in Boston first to see Brianna and sh... more Comments

Is It Time for Claire to Accept 18th Century Lifestyles on 'Outlander'?

In the most recent episode of Outlander, "The Doldrums," Claire argued with the Artemis' captain about superstitions the crew believed. This isn't the first time she's argued about beliefs, speculations and the superstitious nature of the 18th century. She constantly tries to push her 20th century views onto the people of the past. Is it time to stop that and just accept the lifestyles of the time she is in? Claire Can't Change the World with Her Beliefs... more Comments

Would Jamie Have Been Worse off Without Claire's Return on 'Outlander'?

While Jenny admitted that trouble followed Jamie on Outlander, she made it clear that she believed Jamie was safer without Claire around. That may not necessarily be the case. While it seems like Jamie's life is harder and more dangerous when Claire is around (and trouble does follow them), Claire's return may have saved Jamie's life. Her timing may have been perfect to keep him alive and out of prison. The Excise Man Would Have Still Attacked ... more Comments

Was Jamie Right to Mention Willie in 'Outlander'?

Outlander book fans are debating the current changes from the book "Voyager" after the most recent episode, "A. Malcolm." The biggest change was Jamie telling Claire all about Willie. This could be one of the best changes for the sake of the show. Not only was it right for the moment, but it will help in the future. Just why was Jamie right to mention Willie? It Was Talk of Lost Children James Fraser hasn't had the best luck when it comes to children.... more Comments

Did 'Outlander' Wait Too Long to Reunite Jamie and Claire?

Fans of the steamy Starz romance have come to rely on a certain amount of romantic tension between its leads. Without the love story between Jamie and Claire, Outlander wouldn't be much more than historical fiction about two (kinda) boring folks. It seems like the writers should know this by now. To this end, it also seems like they should have brought Jamie and Claire back together long before the closing moments of "Freedom and Whisky." It took them five whole episodes, for heaven's... more Comments

Why Would Claire Have Given Mrs. Graham the Pearl Necklace on 'Outlander'?

Outlander fans were shocked to learn that Fiona had Claire's pearl necklace. The item that was once Ellen MacKenzie Fraser's had been given to Mrs. Graham 20 years earlier and Fiona was returning it to its rightful owner. This wasn't included in the book, so why would it have been used in the show? Claire Feared Frank Burning Them When Claire returned from the past, Frank agreed to take her back with the baby on one condition: she left the pas... more Comments

Why It's Important That 'Outlander' Changed Geneva and Jamie's Bedroom Scene

Outlander book fans knew what was coming in the latest episode. Geneva would blackmail Jamie into taking her virginity, making sure she knew what it was like to enjoy a night with a man. But there were a couple of changes from the book plot, one of which would have an impact on the bedroom scene itself. In the books Geneva tells Jamie to stop, but he claims it's too late to do so. It left a bad taste in many book readers' mouths, as it made Jamie a rapist for many fans. While Ge... more Comments

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