‘Outlander’ season 3, episode 10: Claire’s most important role aboard the ‘Porpoise’ was mother, not doctor
‘Outlander’ season 3, episode 10: Claire’s most important role aboard the “Porpoise” was mother, not doctor. learns of Jamie’s latest impending arrest in the middle of single-handedly staving off a typhoid epidemic while aboard the Porpoise. Apparently determining the source of the disease and using grog to keep an entire ship
This week’s episode, “Heaven and Earth,” picks up just before the other one left off, this time from Jamie’s perspective, rather than Claire’s.
Below, 12 things we learned from Outlander Season 3 Episode 10, “Heaven and Earth.” 1) Another cold open depicts the end of last week’s episode through Jamie’s eyes.
After already seeing Frank’s reaction to Claire’s return in the Outlander Season 2 finale, this episode started their first year in Boston, leading to the birth of Brianna and the struggle for Claire has she got used to the present day again.
Ranking Outlander Season 3 episodes is no easy task. So many good ones to pick from. Outlander Cast’s Anne Gavin took the challenge and ranked the episodes from worst to best.
I’m pretty sure it’s in the show bible that the lovers have to be ripped about at least twice each season, and Outlander Season 3 Episode 10 fulfilled that requirement.
Want a minute-by-minute recap of Outlander Season 3 episode 10, “Heaven and Earth?” We detail Jamie & Claire’s separate struggles at sea.
Nov 19, 2017 · Season 3, Episode 10: ‘Heaven & Earth’ One of the things “Outlander” has always done well is to make sure that Claire doesn’t have the 20th-century advantage.
Aug 21, 2018 · ‘Outlander’ season 3, episode 10: Claire’s most important role aboard the ‘Porpoise’ was mother, not doctor The relationship between …
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