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Of Lost Things 

While serving as groomsman at the aristocratic estate of Helwater, Jamie is reluctantly pulled into the intrigue of a noble British family. In 1968 Scotland, Claire, Brianna and Roger ... See full summary »

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Lord John Grey
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Lord Hal Melton
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Lady Geneva Dunsany
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While serving as groomsman at the aristocratic estate of Helwater, Jamie is reluctantly pulled into the intrigue of a noble British family. In 1968 Scotland, Claire, Brianna and Roger struggle to trace Jamie's whereabouts in history, leaving Claire to wonder if they will ever find him again. Written by sk7

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Hannah James previously portrayed the older sibling in a duo of aristocratic sisters in intrigue while in PBS' Mercy Street. Her character also had an older brother in that show. See more »

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Lady Geneva Dunsany: I'm glad you came, Jamie.
Jamie Fraser: Having brought me to yer bed by means of threats against my family, I'll not have ye call me by the name they gave me.
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A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Walk Off The Earth
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Breathtakingly Beautiful!
1 October 2017 | by (India) – See all my reviews

Yep.. first episode this season that had me in tears. Happy tears.. sad tears.. all kinds of tears. I didn't feel Claire (or Bree or Roger) in this episode. It's all Jamie-William-LJG-Isobel-Geneva. Sam, David, Hannah, and Tanya.. all have hit the ball out of the park. All of them, just WONDERFUL.

And a nice surprise bringing back Hal in this episode. Although, I don't think Hal would give away any important info (such as Jamie is a Traitor to the crown.. and that he let him go anyway) with a few drinks. I don't believe that's Hal.

And from the moment Jamie held baby William in his arms to the end of the episode, it was a sob fest. All kinds of tears streaming down my cheeks. Last week Matt gave his best episode, yet. This week, Toni has given not only her best episode, but the BEST episode of the series, yet. Oh.. what would Outlander TV series be without Toni and Matt.

There's little to nothing of Claire this episode. Just like the previous two. I had expected there would more. But, I get it. Helwater is the priority.. and I'm all for Helwater.

And LJG!! I'm really loving LJG on the show. I didn't like it in the books that Jamie kissed LJG, but I so, so wanted him to give him a kiss in this episode.. but that didn't happen. Disappointed!

Geneva - Ah! She's an absolute beauty. And Hannah James acting was just.. wow! How perfect was she as Geneva!

Isobel - So, they've given Lady Dunsany role to Isobel. And I liked it. She's sweet. I really liked her.

Jamie & William - No words. Just the feels. They are the most breathtakingly beautiful thing this season, yet.

And that concludes my views of this episode. The Best Episode of the series, yet.


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