In 1745, it’s time for the long-awaited Battle of Culloden. In 1968, it’s time to meet Brianna and Roger.
Can Claire and Jamie do anything to avert the looming disaster? Not bloody likely.
Claire proves her mettle as a warrior queen.
“War tastes bitter, no matter the outcome.”
Like Hamlet says, the readiness is all. And Jamie knows it.
Fear of La Dame Blanche extends to both sides of the English Channel.
In light of another tragic loss, Claire must free Jamie from the Bastille.
Everything is legal in the Bois de Boulogne.
Can Claire convince Jamie to spare the life of his nemesis?
Sorry, Claire: No dinner party is complete without a fistfight.
The cardinal risk of mixing sex with time travel: What if your current lover erases your future lover from existence?
Claire and Jamie play the long game against France’s overdressed, oversexed aristocrats.
Everyone’s favorite bigamist is back! And she’s having a very bad day.
In one session, Dassey supplies a possible motive for Avery.
What about those other possible suspects?
Yes, it was legal for investigators to question Brendan Dassey without a lawyer present.
A one-hour introduction can’t capture every salient point.
Listening to Bergdahl speak is itself fascinating.
Outlander’s finale puts the recent brouhaha over Sansa Stark and Ramsey Bolton’s wedding night to shame.
Out of the frying pan and into the Pit of Despair.