Check out the Departures Magazine spread of Sam & Cait from the May/June 2016 issue.
Jamie is spending most of his time with Charles Stuart while Claire takes tea with the ladies. It is at Louise's that she discovers Mary Hawkins is from Seaford in Sussex. Claire remembers Frank showing her the family Bible which linked Mary with Jonathan Randall in marriage. Claire now remembers for Frank to be born, Jack Randall must live another year.
Claire takes her frustrations out on Murtagh but then apologizes and let's him in on her secret. Murtagh thinks it is best that they keep if from Jamie who is sure to risk life and limb to seek revenge.
First, here is a great image of Jamie and Fergus from the upcoming episode of Outlander.
And secondly, let's talk dilemmas of time traveling proportions. Jamie and Claire are out to stop the Rising (or the 45) in which the Scots lose at the Battle of Culloden and their way of life is essentially wiped out.
But what happens to Frank if Claire does this? Will it change Claire's future? And what about Mary Hawkins? Apparently, Mary is supposed to marry Jack Randall (poor thing), but how can Jamie and Claire let that happen?
By stopping the rebellion are they ending Frank's line at Black Jack Randall?
Talk about a dilemma.
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In this sneak peek at Saturday’s “Outlander” on Starz, Jamie (Sam Heughan) explains to Claire (Caitriona Balfe) why they are taking in a new houseguest named Fergus (Romann Berrux). “Outlander” airs Saturdays at 9 PM ET/PT.
Sorry I'm so behind. I got rather sick last week and missed the opportunity to discuss the episode.
In Through A Glass, Darkly; Claire returns to 1948 and is devastated by losing Jamie. In the hospital, Frank tells Claire how happy he is to see her but when he approaches to embrace her she flashes to Black Jack Randall and flinches. Frank pulls back and then sees her clothing. Claire and Frank stay with Reverend Wakefield who has a healthy collection of books about the Jacobite Rising. Claire scours the books for an account of what happened at Culloden and the fate of Jamie Fraser. Later, in Claire's room, she tells Frank where she's been but is a bit annoyed when he decides to believe her and accept that she loved Jamie. Claire drops one more bombshell. She's pregnant and the baby is Jamie's. Frank doesn't take this well but comes to a realization after discussing the matter with Reverend Wakefield. Frank tells Claire he wants to raise the baby as theirs but he wants her to stop looking for Jamie in history. Claire agrees and the two move to Boston to get away from the British press.
This is not the book. I don't actually mind because at the heart of this visual story is the book we love. The thing is something the book isn't going to translate successfully to the screen. We've all heard this by now. What I think we also need to realize is that Starz is trying to entertain the fans that love the story without destroying our story. And I for one think they've been pretty successful with the first season and Through A Glass, Darkly is no exception.
I'm going to talk about this episode so if you've not rushed to watch it you might not want to read any further.
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