Outlander (2014– )
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In 1945, Frank is still seeking Claire, but is starting to lose hope of ever finding her. Meanwhile in 1743, Claire is trying to come to terms with her marriage to Jamie. While traveling, a life changing opportunity arises.

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Anna Foerster

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Diana Gabaldon (based on the series of books written by), Ronald D. Moore (developed by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caitriona Balfe ... Claire Randall
Sam Heughan ... Jamie Fraser
Tobias Menzies ... Frank Randall / Jack Randall
Graham McTavish ... Dougal MacKenzie
Bill Paterson ... Ned Gowan
Duncan Lacroix ... Murtagh Fraser
Grant O'Rourke ... Rupert MacKenzie
Stephen Walters ... Angus Mhor
James Fleet ... Reverend Wakefield
Tracey Wilkinson ... Mrs. Graham
Finn Den Hertog ... Willie
Edmund Digby-Jones Edmund Digby-Jones ... Corporal Hawkins
John Wark ... Detective Collins
Alan McHugh Alan McHugh ... Sgt. McKinney
Simon Meacock ... Hugh Munro
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Jamie has a rendezvous with a man named Horrocks, a British deserter, who may be able to prove him innocent of the charges hanging over him. He may also be riding into a trap. Now married for two days, Claire gets a lesson in how to use a knife to protect herself. It comes in handy when they're set upon by two British deserters and she is attacked. Her happiness is shattered and she is angry with herself for never having returned to Craigh Na Dun. Her attention is she diverted when is again taken prisoner by Black Jack Randall. Frank Randall meanwhile is increasingly frustrated by the lack of progress in locating Claire. Weeks have now gone by and the police tell him they believe she may have run off with another man, perhaps the highlander he saw in the the town square before Claire disappeared. At the local pub, he meets Sally who tells him she knows where to find that young highlander. After that encounter, Frank realizes that he may have to get on with his life. Mrs. Graham the ... Written by garykmcd

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Scots

Release Date:

27 September 2014 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

England, UK See more »

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Quotes

Jamie Fraser: Be Yuletide by the time we get back to Leoch.
Claire Randall: Christmas. I don't suppose you hang stockings by the fire
Jamie Fraser: To dry them off, you mean?
Claire Randall: Never mind
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Skye Boat Theme
Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Raya Yarbrough
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"no compulsory in Islam" (Quran 2:256)
31 May 2015 | by mariam-al-hammadiSee all my reviews

Outlander is one of my favorite shows. I took this show as an opportunity to learn the the Scottish accent along with the historical events and the customs and tradition of Scotland which I'm not very exposed to. My review is about the Islamic message was given in this episode unfortunately incorrect or untrue. the slavery were stopped 1400 years ago by Prophet Muhammad peace upon him. As a result there is no slaves in Algeria and most certainly as a Muslim we believe "no compulsory in Islam" (Quran 2:256) to convert to Islam at the end it's a choice. What will be the point of torture anyone to convert to Islam when they don't believe it in it? As Muslim, I found the information said from "Jamey" offensive, and I wish if there were more studies about Islam took place to deliver neutral image as after all, this show is not about Islam and Christianity.


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