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|“||Lord, ye gave me a rare woman. And God, I loved her well!||”|
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 intercut 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.
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- This episode is the longest in the series with a runtime of 90 minutes. The next longest episode is Faith at 66 minutes.
- Under Scots law, Sasine is the official transfer of land and its buildings to another person. Symbolic transfers were sometimes performed in addition to the signing of documents and included handing over a stone or clump of dirt from the property itself. The Registration Act of 1617 created an official Registry of Sasines and is still in use in Scotland today.
- The Inverness College Mural was created by Kimberley Bright, Assistant Art Director, in the Art Department. The finished print is 55 feet long and 11 and a half feet high, and by far the biggest artwork Kimberly has ever created. It's now hanging up at the Outlander studios.
- The toast that Roger recites for the Reverend's wake is credited to Oliver Herford: "To Death, the jolly old bouncer, now / Our glasses let's be clinking, / If he hadn't put other out, I trow, / To-night we'd not be drinking."
- The show being watched during the opening scene is from The Avengers season 4 episode "The Town of No Return" (1966).