Hundreds of miles away as Jemmy sleeps, Roger and Bree are busy talking about dirt from cars (you had to be there). But seriously, this is a wonderful moment between a couple.
When that happens, Claire and Jamie start talking about what they would like for the last meal; Claire votes for a cheeseburger, potatoes, and Coke Carmi’s, a restaurant she took Bree to as a kid. “It was our usual order,” she tells her husband, and now this opening scene makes a lot more sense.
Meanwhile, Claire wants to know where their friends are, like Ian, to help them out of this predicament. Jamie says he doubts they will come because they would have been there by now. Claire starts spinning and thinks no one wants to help her because maybe they think she actually killed Malva. It’s a painful thought, but my attention quickly turns to Adso, who lives and is well and walks in front of the fireplace.
Jamie then tells Claire about several experiences near her death over the years as they recall past days. Jamie says a kind of psychic once told him he was a cat and he saw the number nine, so Claire thinks it means he has to have nine lives. (Okay.) Then we see Adson (again!) Eating his meal, and I really hope the authors write more of this little guy in the seventh season. What a scene thief!
OK, back to the true story: It’s mid-night now, and Jamie needs to wake Claire up to tell her the fishermen are coming. They have been sent to Ridge to negotiate on behalf of Richard Brown. Things get worse quickly and the talk turns to the possibility that Jamie killed Malva, not Claire. Then Richard Brown shows up and says Claire needs to be brought to justice because if she’s really innocent, what should she fear?
Eventually, Lizzie and several of Jamie and Claire’s allies show up, but Jamie says she and Claire have no choice but to go with Brown and get to court. Then Tom Christie shows up and says he’s traveling with them to make sure nothing else happens. “Surely the right is mine if it is anyone’s,” he declares. Jamie agrees, and I can only hope Lizzie takes care of Adso, but I need some sort of confirmation.
Before Jamie and Claire leave, Tom says they should stay another night at home in their own bed. Jamie thanks him. Although Tom is far from typical Outlander villain, his kindness is to be said in the face of such chaos.
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