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The Ballad of Roger Mac 

The Regulator Rebellion reaches a boiling point, forcing Jamie to face his fear and confront the consequence of his divided loyalties.

Director:

Stephen Woolfenden

Writers:

Diana Gabaldon (based on the series of books written by), Ronald D. Moore (developed by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

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
Caitlin O'Ryan ... Lizzie Wemyss
Chris Larkin ... Richard Brown
Ned Dennehy ... Lionel Brown
Graham McTavish ... Buck MacKenzie
Kyle Rees ... John Quincy Myers
Jon Tarcy ... Isaiah Morton
Tim Downie ... Governor Tryon
Elysia Welch Elysia Welch ... Morag MacKenzie
Paul Donnelly ... Ronnie Sinclair
Gilly Gilchrist ... Geordie Chisholm
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The Regulator Rebellion reaches a boiling point, forcing Jamie to face his fear and confront the consequence of his divided loyalties.

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Romance

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Trivia

While in earlier episodes, Briana and Roger's son had dark brown hair like Roger, he now appears with blonde hair, making it appear that he is the biological son of Bonnet, who also has blonde hair. See more »

Goofs

Sam Heughan's shirtless physique is seen when he bathes in the creek. It is impossible for a man in his character's situation to have such a physique unless he is engaged in hard labor. Heughan's obvious weight training may make him more interesting to female viewers but it is in conflict with the character he plays. See more »

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"Help Me Now"
2 April 2020 | by Rob-O-CopSee all my reviews

Fantastically paced jam packed with action and detail episode. Sam's performance though. Jaw Dropping. The scene when he yells for help to carry his friend. The cry in his voice. All through this episode he delivered depth and nuance, putting on the red coat, he didn't say a word but the conflict and disgust in his entire body. I also liked his performance as a colonel, calling his aids, when he was cutting the hanged men from the tree, just small details in his movement that carry so much information. A really really good episode in a really really good series.


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Country:

USA

Language:

Scots | English

Release Date:

29 March 2020 (USA) See more »

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