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The Hail Mary 

As Jamie puts all of his efforts into turning the Jacobite army away from the impending slaughter at Culloden Moor, Claire attempts to comfort the sick Alex Randall. She is stunned when ... See full summary »

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As Jamie puts all of his efforts into turning the Jacobite army away from the impending slaughter at Culloden Moor, Claire attempts to comfort the sick Alex Randall. She is stunned when Alex reveals an outrageous plan to save the mother of his child. Written by Sai

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Colum MacKenzie: I've been dying for years. It's a wearisome process. I welcome it's conclusion.
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Powerful
26 June 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The story drifts slightly from the novel, but not enough to truly disappoint readers. The episode sets the stage for the climatic season finale nicely, and it becomes obvious to all those in the know that Claire's prediction of the disaster at Culloden is fated to happen. Frank Randall's future is set as it was in the book. I did have a small problem with Jack Randall admitting his personal demons to Claire (don't recall this interplay in the story, but it could be I just didn't recognize it while reading). I really didn't like Randall's actions after the death of Alex - that most certainly did not occur, and I believe totally out of character. This episode was Graham McTavish's (and quite probably, anyone's) finest work on the series to date. His performance went far beyond the typically good acting seen here. In my opinion, he owned this episode hands down.


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