It's bad enough I'm fighting the disease. I'm also fighting the cure.


Brianna: You want to go back, don't you? You're ready.
Roger: Who knows? Maybe I want Jamie to part of the Tufty Club.
Brianna: There are plenty of squirrels here. We could pick one, name it Tufty. Done! Welcome to the club. Look. Maybe we should be glad. Jem doesn't need road safety here. At least we know he'll never be hurt in a car accident.
Roger: Brianna.
Brianna: Our family is here.
Roger: You and Jemmy are my family. James Fraser is my colonel.
Brianna: And what about mama?
Roger: You don't want to leave them.

What have I done? I've become the very thing I despise. I am a hypocrite.


So time, space, history be damned.


I told Murtagh to be hard to find. I didn't count on his friends leaving a trail of tar and feathers to his doorstep.


Roger: Well, it's a moot point, isn't it? Brianna and I can't go back until we know whether Jemmy can hear those stones.
Claire: That could be tomorrow or a year from now.
Roger: Or never.

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Knox: I admire a man who puts duty and honor above all else.
Jamie: Then you admire a man who'd rather starve than dishonor his own conscience.
Lieutenant: Do I detect some sympathy there for the regulators, Colonel Fraser?
Jamie: I have sympathy for any man who can't afford to eat, Lieutenant. Your generosity of coins tells me you have some, as well.
Knox: I do believe it is right to give to those in need. And I suppose it is reasonably true that there is never a convenient time for death or taxes.
Jamie: Now do I suspect some sympathy for the regulators, Lieutenant.

Jamie: You must try to make amends, perhaps. Ensure a fair trial for the others.
Knox: Eh, they will be found guilty and hanged. I gave him a soldier's death. The other two will not be so lucky.

It's no longer safe for you to remain here. I know you stayed because of the vow you made to my mother and to me. Now, I release you from it. Go. Go. Please. Be hard to find.


Loud wailings, huh? Like father, like son.


Maybe, when we go back, we can do all of this again, and I'll be a little be more prepared.


The Frasers of the ridge are here!


Outlander Quotes

She asked forgiveness and I gave it, but the truth is I'd forgiven everything she'd done and everything she could do long before that day. For me, that was no choice, that was falling in love.


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.