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Vengeance is Mine is the eleventh episode of Season Two and twenty-seventh episode overall of the Outlander television series.

SummaryEdit

Claire and the Highlanders are sent north after the Jacobite leaders decide to halt their march on London. A band of redcoats makes trouble for the Scots, leading to a most unexpected reunion for Claire.

PlotEdit

Jamie is included in the group of riders enlisted for Dougal. Claire also joins them. When consequences forced Jamie to give up Claire to British Officers as a Scottish prisoner, Claire is sent to visit an English Aristocrat for investigation on one of her Scottish captors, Red Jamie. Surprising revelations are made. Meanwhile, Jamie is desperate to get his wife back.

CastEdit

Main CastEdit

Guest CastEdit

  • Romann Berrux as Fergus
  • Scott Kyle as Ross
  • Julian Wadham as Lord General George Murray
  • Gerard Horan as Quartermaster John O'Sullivan
  • Jim Sweeney as Andrew MacDonald
  • Simon Meacock as Hugh Munro
  • Brendan Patricks as Captain Clermont
  • Robert Curtis as Lieutenant Barnes
  • Andrea Dolente as Danton
  • Mori Christian as Highlander Patient
  • Zachary Robertson as Apprehensive Boy
  • Joanne Gallagher as Apprehensive Boy's Mother
  • Scott Hoatson as Sandringham's Messenger
  • Colin McCredie as Farmer

Production NotesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Romans 12:19: "Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord."[1]
  • The Tullibardine Chapel was used as the church where Claire, Jamie and the others hide out while Claire tends to Rupert's eye.[2]
  • The Duke of Sandringham's Estate was filmed on location at Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.[3]
  • The Ram's Hedd Taverne was filmed on location in Culross, a small village in Fife, Scotland. During Season 1, Culross also served as Cranesmuir.[4]
  • The tavern sign and wanted posters for Red Jamie and Prince Charles were created by the Art Department.[4]

MultimediaEdit

SoundtrackEdit

VideosEdit

ImagesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Romans 12:19, King James Version. Accessed 26 June 2016.
  2. Ronald D. Moore's Episode Podcasts for Outlander. Episode 211 podcast with Diana Gabaldon, who mentions the chapel at 17:50 during the recording.
  3. Inside Outlander – Outlander Community. Accessed 20 June 2016.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Outlander Community: Inside Outlander EP211

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