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Down the Rabbit Hole 

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Brianna follows in her mother's footsteps and travels through the stones back in time to 18th century Scotland, where she struggles to make her way to the Colonies to find her parents

Director:

Jennifer Getzinger

Writers:

Shannon Goss (written for television by), Ronald D. Moore (developed by)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Caitriona Balfe ... Claire Randall (voice)
Sam Heughan ... Jamie Fraser (credit only)
Sophie Skelton ... Brianna Randall Fraser
Richard Rankin ... Roger Wakefield
Ed Speleers ... Stephen Bonnet (as Edward Speleers)
Caitlin O'Ryan ... Lizzie Wemyss
Steven Cree ... Ian Murray
Nell Hudson ... Laoghaire MacKenzie
Tobias Menzies ... Frank Randall
Iona Claire ... Fiona Buchan
Layla Burns Layla Burns ... Joan MacKimmie
Gemma Fray Gemma Fray ... Young Brianna
Elysia Welch ... Morag MacKenzie
Caoimhe Clough Caoimhe Clough ... Isobeail
Alec Newman ... Joseph Wemyss
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Brianna follows in her mother's footsteps and travels through the stones back in time to 18th century Scotland, where she struggles to make her way to the Colonies to find her parents

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Genres:

Drama | Fantasy | Romance

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TV-MA
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Release Date:

16 December 2018 (USA) See more »

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In this scene, the dock is practically built, and the background and ships are added in post-production. See more »

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When Brianna returns to her father's office with tea and scones the next morning, she pours him a cup of tea, in the next shot his cup is empty. See more »

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Outlander Title Theme (Skye Boat Song)
Performed by Bear McCreary
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DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE
15 January 2019 | by magical-kingdomSee all my reviews

Enjoyed episode! Very well done. Bree's entire meeting with Ian..SO SPECIAL. Ian surely wanted to spend more time but felt the urgency for Bree to move on. Missed Bree meeting Jenny and the encounter with L'Heery one of the best parts in the book. Laura being unavailable presented challenges but they did a great job. L'Heery's kindness soon turned into threat..revealing her true colors. Brave Joanie to the rescue...young but seen too much of her Mother's nastiness. Ship scenes with Stephen Bonnet and Roger were good. Flashback, split scenes excellent. Especially liked last scene with Bree visualizing Frank prior to voyage.


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