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The Wedding is the seventh episode of Season One of the Outlander television series. Claire and Jamie are thrown together in marriage, but as their emotional and physical relationship unfolds, deeper feelings arise. Claire is ultimately torn between two men in two very different times. In modern-day Westminster, Clare Beauchamp and Frank Randall are walking down a street when Frank stops them at the City of Westminster's Register Office where a newly wedded couple is happily taking photographs. Frank asks Claire if she's ready, and she wonders for what. He points out the couple, and she asks now, and he says why not. She says that his parents are waiting for them at the restaurant, and they haven't even met her yet.
Outlander is a television show that takes you back in time to the rolling hills and beautiful landscape of Scotland in the 18th-century. We meet Claire Randall, a WWII nurse who travels back to this time and meets and falls in love with a Highlander named Jamie Fraser, and thus their romantic tale begins. In the books, there are many significant moments throughout their relationship that couldn't all be translated to our television screens. Some were understandable, while others were rather disappointing. We have compiled a list of some of these important moments between the incredible lovers of Outlander. At the end of season 2 of Outlander , Claire had to go back through the stones at Craigh Na Dun to return to her own time. This was to ensure her safety as well as their unborn child's.
Filming officially commenced on October 7,  and wrapped on September 24, Their marriage feels the burden of unshared experiences, but though they may not be the same people they were when they married, they love each other and want to make it work. While Frank busies himself with genealogical research, Claire pursues an interest in botany. One morning before dawn, Frank takes Claire with him to observe a ritual performed by a local group of druids at a circle of standing stones called Craigh na Dun. While looking around the circle afterwards, Claire spots a plant that interests her, but she and Frank make a hasty escape when one of the women returns to sit. Later that day, Claire decides to return to the circle alone to take a specimen of the plant. While there, a strange feeling overcomes her when she touches one of the stones, and she loses consciousness.
Two years wages or something like that. What's up with that? I recall that Jamie gets about 20 pounds from the taxes that the Dougal squad collects. Was it intentional? Maybe higher taxes? The father-of-two turns more frugal in season four of the hit series, building his own home in the woods with his wife Claire.
Outlander, the Starz drama based on Diana Gabaldon's book series , has amassed a wildly devoted audience since its debut in August of When the series' first two seasons hit Netflix in May , it attracted new fans and gave everyone a chance to rewatch in the small eternity between seasons 4 and 5. Looking ahead to the next two seasons, so many questions remain—including one from way back in season 1, episode 1: Was that Jamie Fraser's ghost watching Claire, or did he somehow travel to the future? An innkeeper has already told them their visit coincides with the Samhain Festival, a Celtic celebration of the time when it's believed the barrier between the physical and spiritual world is thinnest. Frank is returning to their lodgings in a storm when he spies another man standing outside in the square, staring up at Claire as she brushes her hair in the window.