Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life – & A Surprising Character Returns to Help

It has finally occurred. After 411 days, Outlander returns. And it’s more hectic than ever. Do you want joy and happiness? “No,” responds Outlander. Caitríona Balfe and Sam Heughan returned with a bang (and almost a hang), as only Claire and Jamie Fraser can accomplish. Last season, the star-crossed couple was separated once more when one was nearly shipped to “Scotland” in a corpse bag and the other was sent into prison to “hang” out.





I apologize for responding too hastily. This episode makes it feel like it was only yesterday that the Frasers were snug as two bugs in the trauma wagon. Outlander has not skipped a beat. Get ready as we break down all the greatest parts of Outlander’s return; season 7 promises to be one of the best yet, with the same number of episodes as season one. That’s correct—16 episodes. So many Outlanders, so little time to travel. But here we go: Claire, Jamie, Brianna, Roger, and the rest of the Fraser group are constantly running amok. Prepare yourselves.





Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life – & A Surprising Character Returns to Help
Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life, and a Surprising Character Returns to Help

Jamie Fraser: “Let’s go get my wife.”

Good Lord. Watch Outlander. They said it would be fun and that you would be able to hang out with Jamie and Claire. They did not specify what type of hangout. Claire being hung isn’t cool. James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser’s psychology. Sir. What. That will be with me forever. Shudders. This family is almost or frequently hanged. Roger never deserved that. The first shot was of Claire’s feet. I thought, “Aw, Claire’s on a porch.”




Nope, not a porch. A platform for hanging. What. Why? Sidebar: Claire’s attire highlights the blue in her eyes. Yes, gurl. Way to rock that trauma platform. Oh, Outlander, how dare you start this way? I nearly passed out. The rope snapped. I am going to have a nightmare about Jamie’s nightmare. And I am awake.

Fortunately, Claire being hung is only a horrible nightmare he is experiencing while fully awake, just like me. I like you all now. Jamie instructs Young Ian, “Let’s go get my wife.” Yes, Sir! Go grab your wife. Also, his eyes appear to be incredibly blue. Don’t despise Jamie and Claire because they’re beautiful. Ian and Jamie are fiercely riding horses to retrieve their aunt and wife, respectively. Nothing is hotter.




Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life, and a Surprising Character Returns to Help

Fortunately, Claire being hung is only a horrible nightmare he is experiencing while fully awake, just like me. I like you all now. Jamie instructs Young Ian, “Let’s go get my wife.” Yes, Sir! Go grab your wife. Also, his eyes appear to be incredibly blue. Don’t despise Jamie and Claire because they’re beautiful. Ian and Jamie are fiercely riding horses to retrieve their aunt and wife, respectively. Nothing is hotter.




Let’s take a moment to admire the new opening credits, performed by the renowned Sinead O’Connor. Wow. It is eerily beautiful, yet the finale is unsettling. It’s just a whisper, almost as if it’s someone’s last breath: “Sing me a song of a lass who is gone; say, could that lass be me?” It’s as if there is no breath left! I’m not sure why, but hearing this was as unsettling as the aerial picture of Claire being hoisted and then dangling. But there is one significant development that fans noticed immediately: Balfe and Heughan are now executive producers on the show.

 

 

Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life – & A Surprising Character Returns to Help




Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life, and a Surprising Character Returns to Help

Nobody puts Claire in prison!

Claire is still alive. And wearing a poufy bob. Thanks to her Malva “While You Were Sleeping” haircut. Claire Bear, with short hair, does not care because she is imprisoned. Claire appears to have already made a best jail buddy named Sadie, who likes whisky. Aww, besties who enjoy whisky! However, Sadie appears to be willing to sell Claire for 25 cents to put into her whisky fund. I believe Sadie may be an alcoholic. Just saying. Claire informs her new questionable best prison friend, “I am innocent.” Sadie laughs and says, “Of course you are; you stick to it.” Claire knows that, due to the impending war, they could all end up in jail indefinitely.

Brianna Drops Roger Off at God School





Roger and Brianna appear to be at minister camp on the beach. Sign me up (for the beach). Roger appears to be putting his ministerial skills to use, which is wonderful. Roger’s first duty is to assist soldiers and their detainees, who are skeptical of Roger’s abilities. So Roger quotes Muhammad Ali, saying, “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee, and God will truly go with you.” It’s almost like Roger was in a meeting and wasn’t paying attention, and then he got called on to express his view. Well done, Big Mac. Suddenly, one of the prisoners yells out, “Ali.” To my great dismay, Roger did not respond with an “oop” back. Ah well.

Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life – & A Surprising Character Returns to Help
Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life, and a Surprising Character Returns to Help





Roger rushes over to find out who the evident time-traveler prisoner is. He says his name is “Wendigo Donner!” Dum, da dum! Roger informs him that he knows he is one of Brown’s guys who attacked Claire! Donner says, “Whoa, dude, I didn’t hurt her!” No, you just watched her be hurt by numerous nasty people. Who, by the way, is the reason she is in prison? Sorry, yelling at Wendigo is an Olympic sport, and I’m competing for the gold medal. Roger wins silver. You will see why. Maybe bronze.

Donner goes on about how he just wants to go home and has a gem, and Roger appears to be falling for the fake tears act! Listen, Wen Digo. Get yourself into a hole and be quiet. Claire, you could have saved. You only had to untie her and go like two-time travelers, hiding behind a tree and waiting for Jamie.




Back in the slammer, Claire is speaking with a biffled Sadie when two soldiers enter, asking for a healer. It turns out they prefer the one who is not a murderess. Ruh-roh, Claire Bear, this doesn’t look good for you. Oh wait, Sadie says, “I love murder!” Okay, she didn’t, but she convinced the soldiers that she was the “murderress,” saying it in the weird way that only the living Brown brother, whose name I won’t reveal, calls Claire. Let us call him Not Dead Brother Brown. The soldiers tell Claire she must accompany them but refuse to tell her where.




Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life – & A Surprising Character Returns to Help
Outlander Season 7 Premiere Recap: Jamie Races to Save Claire’s Life, and a Surprising Character Returns to Help

Bad Time-Travelers

Roger rushes over to find out who the evident time-traveler prisoner is. He says his name is “Wendigo Donner!” Dum, da dum! Roger informs him that he knows he is one of Brown’s guys who attacked Claire! Donner says, “Whoa, dude, I didn’t hurt her!” No, you just watched her be hurt by numerous nasty people. Who, by the way, is the reason she is in prison? Sorry, yelling at Wendigo is an Olympic sport, and I’m competing for the gold medal. Roger wins silver. You will see why. Maybe bronze.




Donner goes on about how he just wants to go home and has a gem, and Roger appears to be falling for the fake tears act! Listen, Wen Digo. Get yourself into a hole and be quiet. Claire, you could have saved. You only had to untie her and go like two-time travelers, hiding behind a tree and waiting for Jamie.

Prison Break: The Claire Fraser Story





Back in the slammer, Claire is speaking with a biffled Sadie when two soldiers enter, asking for a healer. It turns out they prefer the one who is not a murderess. Claire Bear, this doesn’t look good for you. Oh wait, Sadie says, “I love murder!” Okay, she didn’t, but she convinced the soldiers that she was the “murderress,” saying it in the weird way that only the living Brown brother, whose name I won’t reveal, calls Claire. Let us call him Not Dead Brother Brown. The soldiers tell Claire she must accompany them but refuse to tell her where. I’m not scared at all. Not scared at all.





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