Outlander (2014– )
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Between Two Fires 

As Jamie continues to hunt Murtagh with the aid of the zealous Lieutenant Hamilton Knox, he's forced to consider whether or not he's on the right side of history.

Director:

Stephen Woolfenden

Writers:

Diana Gabaldon (based on the series of books written by), Ronald D. Moore (developed by) | 5 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caitriona Balfe ... Claire Randall
Sam Heughan ... Jamie Fraser
Sophie Skelton ... Brianna Randall Fraser
Richard Rankin ... Roger Wakefield
Duncan Lacroix ... Murtagh Fraser
Ed Speleers ... Stephen Bonnet (as Edward Speleers)
César Domboy ... Fergus
Lauren Lyle ... Marsali
Billy Boyd ... Gerald Forbes
Caitlin O'Ryan ... Lizzie Wemyss
Sarah Collier Sarah Collier ... Murdina Bug
Hugh Ross ... Arch Bug
Jon Tarcy ... Isaiah Morton
Michael D. Xavier ... Lieutenant Hamilton Knox
Martin Donaghy Martin Donaghy ... Bryan Cranna
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As Jamie continues to hunt Murtagh with the aid of the zealous Lieutenant Hamilton Knox, he's forced to consider whether or not he's on the right side of history.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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During a funeral, the congregants sing "Abide with Me," a hymn which will not be composed until 1861, almost 90 years after the time of the episode. See more »

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Not a fan of the graphic violence... or Murtagh :(
25 February 2020 | by happysmileyfaceSee all my reviews

I'm giving this episode 5 stars for the parts with Claire... they were interesting and new. What happened to Murtagh?! It's hard to like or feel sympathy for someone involved in torturing and killing. He used to be one of my favorites.

I want to add my two cents about the Graphic Violence... My complaint is NOT that there was violence in this episode but that there was soooo much of it and it was so graphic... from the opening scene until the end. It doesn't matter that there were graphic scenes in season 1 or that there was and is violence in the world... I'm still bothered by it. It makes the show unenjoyable. Outlander can be great without filling episodes with brutality. Sorry if this offends some Outlander fans... that's how I feel.


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Spanish | Scots | English

Release Date:

23 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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