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Crème de Menthe 

In the aftermath of a violent confrontation, Claire follows her conscience as a surgeon, even though it could put her and Jamie's lives at risk. At the same time, Jamie attempts to evade ... See full summary »

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Norma Bailey

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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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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caitriona Balfe ... Claire Randall
Sam Heughan ... Jamie Fraser
Steven Cree ... Ian Murray
John Bell ... Murray
César Domboy ... Fergus
Keith Fleming Keith Fleming ... Lesley
James Allenby-Kirk James Allenby-Kirk ... Hayes
Cyrielle Debreuil ... Madame Jeanne
Gary Young ... Mr. Willoughby
Mark Hadfield ... Archibald Campbell
Ian Conningham ... Barton
Paul Brightwell Paul Brightwell ... Sir Percival Turner
Ian Reddington ... Harry Tompkins
Zoe Barker Zoe Barker ... Brighid (as Zoë Barker)
Alison Pargeter ... Margaret Campbell
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In the aftermath of a violent confrontation, Claire follows her conscience as a surgeon, even though it could put her and Jamie's lives at risk. At the same time, Jamie attempts to evade the reach of the Crown as its representative closes in on his illegal dealings. Written by sk7

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Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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Release Date:

29 October 2017 (USA) See more »

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In the last shot, you can clearly see a Masonic symbol on the sign as it lies in the fire. See more »

Goofs

The beverage Creme de Menthe features prominently but didn't exist in the 18th century, when this episode takes place. It was invented by a French dispensing chemist named Emile Giffard in the late 19th century. See more »

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Skye Boat Theme
Written by Bear McCreary
Performed by Raya Yarbrough
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Haters chill out
1 November 2017 | by kpenseSee all my reviews

This is a GREAT series and this episode is no different. The directors and writers do an admirable job letting the story stand alone from the books. It is not going downhill. It continues to be excellent. Haters are upset for a variety of reasons because it doesn't adhere to their personal favorite moments of the book. I've read Book 1 about 3 times. And make it about 1/2 way through book 4. My hubby has never read the books. We look forward to this show every week. The costumes and attention to detail rival the LOTR movie productions. It's a lovely period piece. Sure, sometimes we don't like where the story goes, but no more or less than any other favorite show. WE LOVE IT. And this episode, while stressful, set up some great plot points. And personally, I have had those much anticipated reunion moments in my life, only to have them fall to pieces quickly. That detail seems extremely accurate to real life. Maybe not to the 2 decade build up of fantasy for Diana Gabaldon's novels, but riveting and compelling (yell at the TV compelling) nonetheless! Bravo and keep it up!!


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