Outlander Season 5 Episode 7: "The Ballad of Roger Mac" Quotes
Jamie: It has struck me that I have now lived longer than my father did. This is a morning he never saw. Died when he was 49.
Claire: I'm sure he'd be happy to know you are alive with children and grandchildren that love you.
Jamie: Aye. Agree. The world and each day in it is a gift. Whatever tomorrow brings, I'm grateful to see it.
As for taking stock. I have all my teeth, none of my parts are missing, and my cock still stands up by itself in the morning. Could be worse.Jamie
Jamie: War's not like hunting. The deer and the possums aren't trying to kill you.
Young soldier: Ma says the point of hunting is to kill something, and the point of going to war is to come back alive.
Jamie: War is killing. That's it. Think of anything less than your own skin, you'll be dead by nightfall. Ye canna waver.
Brianna: Wait. If we do stop this war now, doesn't that mean that the Revolutionary War won't happen and America will never become America?
Jamie: You say some people believe this is the spark. Couldn't the spark alight from somewhere else?
Claire: Yes, it could.
Roger: What matters are the men in my charge, the Regulators fightin' for what they believe in, and my godfather.
Roger: I agree. I'll deliver the message to Murtagh.
Jamie: It's too dangerous.
Roger: I know, but I'm the only one who can do it. He knows me. He knows I'm from the future. He'll believe it.
She's a Mackenzie. I'm a Mackenzie! We're blood. That's why I was tryin' to help her!
Claire: I can't let you go without saying something. I supposed good luck, too. I love you, soldier.
Jamie: Good luck will do. I love you does so much better.
I take it back! I do not release you from your oath. You canna leave me! You canna leave me.Jamie
Jamie: But you and I both know what happened here. There is the law, and there is what is done. Well, what you have done is kindle a war for the sake of your own glory.
Tryon: I had no personal stake in this, no need to glorify my own exploits as you so put it.
Jamie: None, save the governorship of New York.
Tryon: I told you! I told you I would not leave North Carolina in a state of disorder and rebellion. Now I have done what I have done as a matter of duty. And because you have done your duty as promised, I am going to overlook your insolence.
Jamie: Aye. I've paid my debt. I'm finished with my obligation to you and to the crown. You may have your coat back, sir.