Help us unpack this bruiser of a finale!
Entries tagged: OutlanderTubin' Tubin'
Seriously, just put some water on that baby's head.
In which Jocasta MacKenzie Cameron tries her hand at match-making. Maybe don't quit your day job, Auntie.
You get a face slap! And YOU get a face slap! EVERYONE GETS A FACE SLAP!
Some disturbances are less welcome than others.
Stephen Bonnet, you rat bastard.
This season is all about bringing back our favorites - and our least favorites.
So many chic furs!
Is that the boogie woogie bugle boy of Company B?
[uplifting folky string music]
We’re just here for the long-awaited return of Roger Mac.
"Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt." - a person who has never watched Outlander
From sea to shining sea, Droughtlander is over!
It's time to find out who meets their bloody end as season three goes out with a crack!
The Frasers finally arrive in Jamaica, and we are all disappointed in the lack of umbrella drinks.
Apparently, all Frasers are destined for unorthodox weddings.
Between requisitioning sailors’ booze, and forced hand-washing, it’s no wonder Claire makes enemies wherever she goes.
Superstitious sailors, seasickness, and plague, can really put a damper on an exotic rescue mission.
In which every single thing goes awry.
Claire settles into her new life in Edinburgh the only way she knows how, while Jamie breaks the law like it’s his job.
The brief Droughtlander is over. Let the boinking commence!
With a little help from Roger Wakefield and Miss Clairol, the moment we’ve been waiting for has finally arrived.
What won't the ladies do for a wee bit o'Jamie?
Let's do the time warp again.
Jamie acquires a new alias, Claire goes to medical school, and Fergus goes to extreme lengths for some whiskey.
Droughtlander is over!
This might even outrank the wedding episode as the best Outlander we've seen yet.
Now with more Black Jack Randall!
War, revenge, axes, and brief sojourns to English estates.
Innocence lost and blood shed.
No one is ready.
Mo' Frasers, mo' problems.
How dark will this show go?
Oh! What a tangled web we weave.
But first, can we talk about THAT DRESS?
In which someone in Paris is extremely incompetent at killing Claire Fraser.
Being Jamie's wife isn't all it's cracked up to be. Nor is being a woman in the 18th century.
Ain’t no party like a Versailles party!
In which Jamie finally gets the hell out of Wentworth Prison.
Consider this the worst Yelp review of all time.
It's the boogie woogie road trip with Claire & company.
Jenny gives birth and the men of The Watch come to visit Lallybroch.
In which Claire meets the in-laws.
Claire and Geillis are on trial for witchcraft, and Claire finally comes clean.
Double, double, Laoghaire, and trouble.
Surprise, Claire! When it comes to sexism in the 18th century, you haven't seen anything yet.
You'll win the day with these Valentines.
Claire is trapped between two worlds while Frank searches in vain.
Rowdy guests, inappropriate family members, and a hungover bride. And that's just the wedding night.
Black Jack Randall reaches new heights of horror on this week's episode.
Claire journeys away from Castle Leoch, makes a new friend, and spends some quality time with the men of Clan MacKenzie.
Wild pigs, daring escapes, drugged wine, and stools as weapons, oh my!
Drunken flirting and demon possession. The 18th century wasn’t really that different.
Outlander is back, now with 100% more drinking game!
World War II combat nurse steps through time and finds herself in 1743 Scotland. Hot guys in kilts and epicness ensue.