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Dragonfly in Amber 

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Flashing forward to 1968, Claire travels to Scotland with her twenty-year-old daughter, Brianna, and meets Roger Wakefield. Claire visits Lallybroch and Culloden Moor to make peace with the... See full summary »

Director:

Philip John

Writers:

Diana Gabaldon (based on the series of books written by), Ronald D. Moore (developed by) | 2 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caitriona Balfe ... Claire Randall
Sam Heughan ... Jamie Fraser
Duncan Lacroix ... Murtagh Fraser
Graham McTavish ... Dougal MacKenzie
Lotte Verbeek ... Gillian Edgars
Sophie Skelton ... Brianna Randall Fraser
Richard Rankin ... Roger Wakefield
Andrew Gower ... Prince Charles Edward Stuart
Grant O'Rourke ... Rupert MacKenzie
Romann Berrux ... Fergus
Scott Kyle ... Ross
James Robinson ... Greg Edgars
Iona Claire ... Fiona Graham
Carol Ann Crawford ... Mrs. Berrow
Charles Jamieson Charles Jamieson ... Mr. Berrow
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Flashing forward to 1968, Claire travels to Scotland with her twenty-year-old daughter, Brianna, and meets Roger Wakefield. Claire visits Lallybroch and Culloden Moor to make peace with the past, while Brianna and Roger bond over researching Randall family history. Claire finally reveals the truth to Brianna about her time travel through the stones, her life in 1700's Scotland, and Brianna's true parentage. The story is inter-cut with another one back in the 18th century, which happens on the day of the Battle of Culloden. When Jamie's last ditch attempts to deter The Prince fail, he and Claire come up with a dangerous plan - which Dougal overhears, inciting him to a murderous rage. Jamie must do everything he can to save the ones he loves, even if it means saying goodbye to some-or all-of them. Written by Sai

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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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USA

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English

Release Date:

9 July 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Prague, Czech Republic See more »

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Claire admits to needing a dram and Roger says, "I'll join you." The liqueur Drambuie gets it's name from the Scottish Gaelic phrase, an dram buidheach, "the drink that satisfies". Bonnie Prince Charlie escaped to the Isle of Skye following the defeat in the Battle of Culloden in 1746 aided by Captain John MacKinnon. Information was exchanged involving the liqueur recipe between the Prince and the first MacKinnon clan. A different MacKinnon family took over the recipe and distribution. The rest is history. See more »

Goofs

Brianna could not have been going to Harvard in 1968: They didn't admit for another nine years. See more »

Quotes

[last lines]
Claire Randall: He didn't die at Culloden?
Roger Wakefield: He meant to die, but he didn't.
Claire Randall: He survived. He survived! If that's true, then, I have to go back.
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Features The Avengers: The Town of No Return (1965) See more »

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Skye Boat Theme
Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Raya Yarbrough
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Season finale that will go down in history, superb
26 December 2018 | by Holt344See all my reviews

We get to see more flashforwards with an old Claire, something I have wanted to see for a long time and it was perfectly executed, the overall flow of the past and present was nicely done. This was 80 minutes of fine television, high quality drama and high production design made this episode a masterpiece. Cinematography is as always great. The scenes are just beautiful to look at, professional. One of the best season finales I've seen.

The first season was about getting to know the characters and here with the second season we get to see exactly everything a story of time travel should have, superb story telling. Everything feels real and believable; props, costumes, acting and characters. The Paris story arc was great, simply stunning. Same quality as a Hollywood budget historical movie.


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