In Season 5, Jamie Fraser must fight to protect those he loves, as well as the home he has established alongside his wife, Claire Fraser, their family, and the settlers of Fraser's Ridge. While on her honeymoon, WWII combat nurse Claire Randall is mysteriously transported back to Scotland, where she is kidnapped by a group of Highlanders - and meets an injured. Claire is taken to meet the Laird. As suspicions about her grow, Claire befriends the mysterious Geillis Duncan. When the clan discover her medical skills, Claire goes from guest to. Claire decides to use her medical skills to aid her escape from Castle Leoch - with Jamie's help, she tends to an ill child.
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Watch the video. Life is anything but simple for Jamie and Claire when members of the Watch arrive for one of their regular visits. The Watch essentially protects the locals from the British, but for a price. Jamie thinks they're no better than thieves, but Ian assures him they're the closest thing to an army that they have. Jamie is posing as a visitor but his secret but when a Redcoat deserter from his past, Horrocks, arrives he finds himself being blackmailed. Having dealt with his blackmailer, Jamie has little choice but to join the Watch.
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Story developments act more as idling distractions. Lallybroch suddenly turns from comfortable home into a very dangerous place for Jamie. And indeed, Horrocks blackmails Jamie, threatening to tell the truth. Meanwhile, Jenny and Claire are forced together when Jenny goes into labor and the baby is breech. With the midwife conveniently away, Claire has to handle the delivery even though she has only seen childbirth before. After everything, Jamie still gets caught by the Redcoats when The Watch is ambushed in off-screen action. Outlander needs to start lining up the pieces for its finale, which is not that far off. The A. TV Reviews Outlander Season 1.
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