At the 1746 Battle of Culloden, Jamie (Sam Heughan) finally gets sweet revenge when he kills British Army captain “Black Jack” Randall (Tobias Menzies), who raped and tortured him years prior.
In 1948 Boston, Claire (Caitriona Balfe), pregnant with Jamie’s child, pines for her soulmate but adjusts to life with husband Frank (also Menzies), Randall’s kinder descendant.
All Debts Paid (Episode 3)
Frank dies in a car accident in 1966 after he and Claire have a horrific argument. While weeping over his body, Claire, now a Harvard Medical School graduate, tells him he was her first love.
Back in 1756, Lord John Grey (David Berry) frees Jamie from Ardsmuir Prison, where he’s been serving time for treason. He is then sent to work for a wealthy family on their English estate.
Of Lost Things (Episode 4)
After discovering that Jamie survived the Battle of Culloden, Claire, her now-grown daughter, Brianna (Sophie Skelton), and young historian Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) visit Scotland in 1968.
Claire contemplates returning to the past, Bree and Roger share a kiss and, thanks to some shenanigans at Helwater Estate in 1758, Jamie fathers a son, William.
A. Malcolm (Episode 6)
Claire returns to 1767 Scotland, where she and Jamie reunite (right) after their 20-year separation. From the moment they lock eyes at his print shop in Edinburgh (at the end of the previous episode), both are made whole again. It’s a meeting of body and soul.
The Bakra (Episode 12)
Rescue mission! Claire and Jamie reach Jamaica in 1767 on their journey to save his kidnapped nephew, Young Ian (John Bell). His captor is — surprise! — Claire’s fellow 20th-century time traveler and onetime friend Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek), a witch now known as The Bakra, who is about to sacrifice him.
The Droughtlander is almost over — Season 4 of Outlander is premiering on Sunday, Nov. 4 on Starz.
The all new episodes follow Jamie and Claire's new life in colonial America and all the action is taken from Diana Gabaldon's fourth book in the Outlander series, Drums of Autumn.