Her plans are thwarted when she comes face to face with the Duke who’s in there having a midnight snack. Dougal emerges from the church to strike a bargain with the English, telling them that the hostage’s name is Mistress Beecham. Where is she going? Despite the fact that Claire insists that even if they were to take London, there’s no way they’d ever be able to hold down the city, Jamie was hoping that being able to change this one small thing would prove that they could in fact change history as Claire knows it. Of course, we know now that that didn’t go as the Duke planned and instead, Mary was the one that was violated against her will. A personal victory not to be overlooked, but as with much of Outlander this season, it is overlooked. (This guy really can’t catch a break, can he?) But it was a rather good feeling watching Murtagh make a swift and violent end of him on Outlander Season 2 Episode 11. She's taken to home of the Duke of Sandringham. He seems to be in the right place at the right time with the right information; how convenient. TBA. All rights reserved. She smartly (sneakily) passes the message on to Hugh so he can pass it on to Jamie. The newest trailer for Disney and Pixar’s Soul gives viewers an exciting new glimpse into the great before— check it out below! “There was never any intent that you should be killed, Mrs. Fraiser. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has found its newest cast member in actress Xochitl Gomez. Good morning Sassenach. Outlander. Murtagh, having blamed himself for the attack, takes it upon himself to kill the Duke, right here, right now. For the first time since the story shifted back to Scotland it felt as though Claire and Jamie were in real jeopardy thanks to Claire's hostage move. Now Sandringham is hoping Claire and Jamie might be hanged side by side. We must tie up loose ends, such as the story of little Mary Hawkins, ancestor of Claire’s 20th-century husband, Frank. Still, we have very little understanding of the inner workings of their relationships, how anyone feels about what’s going on, or whether Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) gotten so wrapped up in seeing this mission through that they can’t see above the water of rebellion. If only she can warn him to warn Jamie! Diana Gabaldon's genre-bending time travel novels come to life in the Starz series. S SEASON 2 E EPISODE 11. His more practical servant grabs a knife and Claire. Disgusting. It turns out he has a fighting... About Us | Copyright Inquiry | Privacy Policy | Contact Us. Bringing you that one movie, show, book and album that you need to consume. But before crossing the threshold, the men make plans to rendezvous with Claire later at the Hazelmere garrison, as that’s where the British will likely drop her off (since it’s the closest army outpost). Jamie promises his men he’ll see them home safely to Lallybroch. The rest of the generals’ refusal to move forward puts a bit of a damper on Jamie and Claire’s plans. Power trio Bad Wires' debut Politics of Attraction is a mix of punk attitude, 1990s New York City noise, and more than a dollop of metal. On the door they enter, there are wanted posters all over it of her gang. You can hardly blame Murtagh for asking such a question of Jamie, especially given that the pair are crouched in the dark of the Scottish countryside, eyeing horses to purloin in order to rescue said wife. With Vengeance is Mine, Outlander's eleventh episode of the season and the one written by Diana Gabaldon herself, I believe we all attended a class taught by the former ecologist on Saturday night, and it was awesome. Hopefully, as the season comes to a close and the ending of this Battle is determined, the fog will clear and we’ll see where everyone stands. Mary, however, is too frightened to assist and Claire leaves the young girl in her rooms and tries to escape through the kitchen. Mary was an unfortunate side effect. Murtagh, who you may recall was furious at himself for his inability to protect the women in his care, avenges Claire and Mary and his own honor by hacking the Duke’s head off with an axe. Even so, as the opposing generals reason, it’s not the smartest move tactically. Francesco Rosi's tale of peasant life in a remote part of fascist Italy challenges the notion of the State and the individual's role in and duty to its preservation. Jamie's fast approaching the castle and Claire writes a letter to him in bad Gaelic to give to Munro, as well as give word to Mary to tell Munro to tell Jamie the whole castle is a trap. With that, Claire, Jamie, Murtagh, and Mary take their leave from Belmont, having been rid of the Duke of Sandringham once and for all. The next day, the couple get an unexpected visitor: Dougal! Before the prince commandeers Jamie’s ride and disappears, he orders Jamie’s folks to head back to Inverness. The Duke then insists that there’s no way Jamie will make it past any of the entrances alive without the help of his trusted me and so, the two strike up a bargain: Jamie will rescue both Claire and the Duke and then escort the Duke to a safe place. It also sets up some excellent and much-needed confrontations. San Diego's Kimm Rogers taps into frustration with truth-masking on "Lie". Remember when the writers like to put all their troubles not so far away and cram all the excitement under one roof?