Outlander Season 7 Episode 4: What Will Jamie Do About Tom?Jul 08, 2023
Well, well, look who we have here, a very awkward woman, aka Outlander. The fourth
season7 brought joy to my life. I'm sure yours too, not only because I witnessed the most awkward kiss in the world, which was hilarious by the way, but also because I finally saw Denzel and Rachel Hunter, to be honest, I thought they would appear in the
episode5, but the story moves quickly and I love it. The episode didn't really have Claire and Jamie at its center, yes, they had some important ones. scenes, but the main focus of episode 4 was William and the McKenzies, although Jaime and Claire's scenes are always my favorite, this episode felt refreshing.
Two years have passed in the future and Mandy has already grown up, although she seems too grown up for two years. I admit that Bree and Roger live in a trailer across from Lally Brock and are renovating the place, but it hasn't been finished in the last two years and they need money that they don't have throughout the entire episode. I yelled at my screen. I told her several times to ask Jimmy about the Spaniard's cave and he would tell her where the money is, but Bree is still stubborn and thinks Jimmy needs to experience childhood before delving into the past.
He is right, but they also need money for restoration. How long
willthey wait for that? I'll get back to Bree and Roger shortly, but I have another scene to discuss. When I saw the preview for this week's episode, I knew Tom and Claire would be surprised to see each other, but I never expected the man to just kiss. Claire on the lips like that and it was long and passionate, definitely awkward and creepy, but with a funny side, they even chatted afterwards like old friends do. I suppose Tom would be the one to put the obituary in the paper and I'm sure, the man loves Claire so much that he can't let her death go unnoticed, but this has different implications since Roger and Brie don't know that Tom put the obituary, yet They think they changed history by warning Jaime and Claire about the fire, but the obituary.
It was false from the beginning Claire and Amy are never going to die in the fire. So did Bree and Roger change the story or just contribute to how it would happen? Anyway, it's worth considering because I feel like this topic
willcome back over time. I don't know how Tom Christie is so fucking romantic with those slightly sexist but romantic words because I know he means well. I wonder if I'll ever see him again because I want to, well, at least the kiss made Jamie laugh. too and showed his jealousy in his own way, if you know
whatI mean, and to no one's surprise, Jamie will fight in the war and of course Claire will accompany him as a doctor.
Young Ian 2 will help him in the way of him communicating with an Indian clan to fight on the right side, so he separated from Jaime and Claire to take the path where he ran into none other than William Ransom. It is very strange to watch William because you can see the remains of Lord John and Jaime in his gestures and way of speaking he acted with great bravery when a fellow soldier literally set a woman on fire in front of everyone he was the only one to act in that situation he tried to stop the fire but it was too late for the poor woman his courage was immediately rewarded with a secret mission or was this to keep him away from the war he is an earl he should stay alive perhaps Lord John asked the commander for such a favor to keep him away of the problems.
Don't know. I know his commander gave him three letters to take to three different men in the Great Dismal Swamp, while on the way his horse got spooked by the snake and threw him off,
whatan unfortunate turn of events, although I'm glad there was led to great scenes between them. Young Ian and William bonded quickly and their scenes were quite funny. Finally, Denzel and Rachel Hunter, two siblings who live in Great Dismal, helped William with his injury. This is where two things happened. I noticed a lot of very positive tension between Rachel and young Ian.
It wasn't hard to spot that Rachel immediately seemed to warm up to Ian and tried to prolong her stay using William as an excuse and I also think William liked Rachel too, they flirted a little but to me it felt one sided, I'm sorry. William is going to get hurt, don't say I didn't tell you, so let's get back to Roger and Bree. Bree got a new job at a sexist place at a sexist time and basically convinced her boss to hire her, it wasn't too difficult. she showed her engineering skills and knowledge by the way, I don't even know when Brie got her engineering degree to be honest, in between going back in time and coming back, but hey, I'm happy for her even though I'm sure she'll face many problems working in a male-dominated field at the time.
I won't talk about Roger's response because he really bothered me. The episode ends with Jaime and Claire marching to war and I end this video with the same scene as me. I'm sure episode 5 will show battle scenes until then, tell me what you think about Outlander
season7 episode 4. Did you love it? Did you hate it? Did you find the casino fun like I did? Tell me in the comments below, don't forget to like and share this video subscribe to next season for more videos like this see you soon
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