Outlander season 3 episode 5|Jamie meet Claire.
Outlander Season 3 Episode 5 Reunites Claire and Jamie—For a Few Moments
Well, it finally happened. After five full episodes spanning 20 years—rich with drama but not without some hiccups along the way—Claire (Caitriona Balfe) finally returned to Jamie (Sam Heughan) in the final moments of this week's episode. Jamie, overwhelmed with emotion and not quite believing his ears (he's envisioned Claire so many times through the years, he can't quite trust himself), promptly faints. It's a scene lifted straight from the pages of Diana Gabaldon'sVoyager, right down to the lines of dialogue, and the moment offers both humor and an effective cliffhanger while cleverly upending typical gender dynamics. It was the perfect way to initiate the reunion for which we've been waiting so long.
And we really earned that reunion. This episode, titled "Freedom & Whisky," took pains to earn that final scene, at times slowing the narrative to avoid reaching it too quickly. Did we really need several scenes of Claire fretting over her looks, especially since she's never given them much thought before? Whereas previous episodes steamrolled through the decades, this one really took its time.
But now that Claire and Jamie are finally together once more, we can put the past behind us. And a new challenge emerges: can this new, older couple deliver the chemistry and passion of seasons past? If that final scene is any indication, the outlook is positive.
Below, 13 things we learned fromOutlanderSeason 3 Episode 5, "Freedom & Whisky."
1) Claire is a great surgeon, of course.
As we've seen time after time, Claire is never more comfortable than when she's offering medical aid, from rushing to the side of dying men on the battlefield to making herself useful at Paris's L'Hôpital des Anges. In this episode's opening scene, she and Joe are performing some type of surgery on a woman. Joe thinks they're finished, but Claire finds more necrosis, which Google explains is some sort of dead cell situation (I'm very muchnota medical expert). Though the patient's blood pressure is dropping and Joe rushes her to finish, Claire trusts her instincts and takes the risk to complete the job. As she finishes and the woman returns to stability, Claire and Joe look at each other. It's a weighty moment; he's learning to trust her implicitly, and she stares back with that expression we've seen so many times before, the one that says, "Trust me, I know what I'm doing." This scene is also a great reminder that when Claire does return to the 18th century, she has a new cache of medical knowledge.
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