Bree says that she is a student of history, and likes watching it be made.
Jamies carving a snake out of wood, not unlike the one gifted to him by his beloved, deceased brother, Willie. .
Jamie understands that this means he must face justice for what he has done, but he pleads for two hours to tend to his affairs after which he will return to face consequences, upon his word.Claire acknowledges that Frank is Brees father in all the ways that matter except he didnt make her.Jamie repeats that he wont have him die for nothing.His blind following of the cause despite its clueless leader was bound to spell trouble eventually, so for it to spill over in the finale made perfect sense.We noted this last episode, but it bears repeating every time hes on screen.8:55.m.Jamie whips out a Deed of Sasine to Lallybroch, giving it over to his nephew.He is to take advantage of the movement in the camp as everyone assembles and lead them away from the moor and towards home.Black Jack injures Jamie with his sword, but in the end, Jamie is victorious.Claire discovers Greg Edgars body and tells Roger to go get help.And he listens to the Redcoats execute any of his Scottish kin who managed to survive the slaughter at Culloden off one-by-one (including Rupert!).On the couch, Roger avoids eye contact.She thanks him for the drink and leaves, going upstairs to her room where she tucks her sleeping daughter in and marvels at how much she is like him".Thats What He Said, during the limited time we did spend with Jamie in the finale, it was clear that he realized death was his only remaining option.Each documented fact is an emblem of choices made and denied throughout the course of ones life.In this particular episode, the sassy and smart Mrs Peel and her sophisticated, witty partner Steed, travel to a small town and masquerade as teachers to discover why the townspeople are disappearing.And then Frank appears, no hacks just ping texture pack holding her daughter.She sits heavily upon the entrance steps, reciting the opening lines.Bree wonders when this happened, and Roger estimates 1947.The Randalls attend a party where Claire meets Franks bossa man who is, like most of the men well see in Boston, total trash.Verra wise indeed.8:31.m.Our glasses let's be clinking; If he hadn't put other out, I trow, To-night we'd not be drinking.
Claire cant seem to help her smile.