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Claire and Jamie throw an elaborate dinner party intended to derail investors in Prince Charles' war effort. Meanwhile, Claire's revelation that Jack Randall is alive sparks Jamie in an unexpected way as he and Claire struggle to regain their physical intimacy.
Claire survives being poisoned and suspects St. Germain but her apothecary friend Master Raymond cannot identify the poison's purchaser. Claire is also surprised by Jamie's reaction to her news regarding Black Jack whilst, learning of Charles's indiscretion with the married Louise Claire and Jamie hope to compromise him into aborting his invasion and throw a dinner party, also inviting the Duke of Sandringham. It is rudely interrupted after Claire has saved Mary Hawkins from being raped by bandits, who flee at Claire's presence, calling her La Dame Blanche. However, the recovering Mary reacts badly to her lover Alexander's attempts to console her, making him look guilty.
- Caitriona Balfe as Claire Randall
- Sam Heughan as Jamie Fraser
- Duncan Lacroix as Murtagh Fraser
- Dominique Pinon as Master Raymond
- Stanley Weber as Comte St. Germain
- Andrew Gower as Charles Stuart
- Rosie Day as Mary Hawkins
- Frances de La Tour as Mother Hildegarde
- Simon Callow as Duke of Sandringham
- "La Dame Blanche" is the title of Chapter 20 of Dragonfly in Amber, though the events of the episode actually occur in the preceding three chapters: Chapter 16, "The Nature of Sulfur"; Chapter 17, "Possession"; and Chapter 18, "A Rape in Paris".
- Monsieur Forez, who appears in this episode, was first introduced in Chapter 14, "Meditations on the Flesh" in Dragonfly in Amber. His character is based on a real hangman who worked in Paris at roughly the time of the novel.
- Set designers used the mock-heroic poem The Dispensary by Samuel Garth as inspiration for Master Raymond's apothecary.
- This episode originally aired on Sam Heughan's 36th birthday.