Beautiful america
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Analysis on the first episode of season 4. How the series makes us pass Scotland to America. How do we prepare for the arrival of Bree and Roger. What will be the future of the Fraser. Focus on this episode rich in twists and turns. 

The Parisian sacrifice 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud  


Between conspiracies and manipulation in a foreign country, far from everything that had brought them together, Claire and Jamie must still and always sacrifice themselves in the name of past history to come. The first part of the second season, like a painful but necessary joint before Culloden's curse. 

Season 4 

Wilmington: in women's society
By bess wisson 


There were many different women in this episode, some accepting their assigned roles, some trying to expand their roles, but all without a real choice of their own decisions and lives ... Women at that time were subject to men And their roles were dictated by a patriarchal company. 

Stop on image
By Pas Cale


Dragonfly in amber, the eponymous title of volume 2 of the saga, episode 13 of season 2 is rich and complex; after many questions about the angle of attack, I chose to approach it with the theme of wandering. Decryption.

Season 6 

Between two fires

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


In two intertwined parts, one in Fraser Ridge where Claire tries to overcome the medical ignorance of the time, and in Wilmington, where Jamie is caught between the British army and the anger of the regulators, this second episode installs the political context in which the season will unfold. 

To each his fight
By Pas Cale


Now one without the other, Claire and Jamie will have to fight their respective fights in deep and painful loneliness. But what fights are these? Decryption… 

The first wife 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


It is not incidentally that Clear crosses stones of Craigh Na Dunn this time. It is to join the man of his life. To find this unequaled love lack of which threw a constant voile over last 20 years. Then, why is it so difficult? Why love seems not to be enough? 

The cross of fire
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


The first episode of a season is like the cover of a book, which catches the eye, makes you want to grab it, leaf through it, and then delve into it. 

Season 1 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Second episode of the sixth season, Allegiance offers in small touches the intimate fights of each. Jamie as an Indian agent, Claire facing Christie's misogyny, Marsali suffering from loneliness and Fergus lost in alcohol...   

Season 2 

Season 5 

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


First episode of the season, "Echoes" introduces the new characters, including Tom Christie, former Jacobite imprisoned in Ardsmuir at the same time as Jamie.
All is not well at the ridge where Claire is trying to recover from her trauma.  

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud

Although the second part of Outlander's third season is particularly eventful, the two episodes closing this season are filled with an intensity rarely matched in the saga and set the pace even higher. Jamaica ... like a dynamic interlude that helps us move from Scotland to America without too much pain. 

The time of worship
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 



Where we learn that Claire knows more than God about the passage of time. 

Just before Culloden
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Focus on the last two episodes of season 2: The hail Mary and Dragonfly in amber.
All this energy, this will, all this time devoted to saving the Scottish clans. All that hope of being able to put an end to the Culloden massacre… All of the sacrifices made. In vain. 

From Randall to Fraser. Claire's transformation in 7 episodes
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


There are lives that flow harmoniously, smoothly, without trauma, without ever having to question its inner nature and its place in a complex society. There are existences without danger, without abysses, without confrontations.  And then there are the others. 

Focus on
some episodes

By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


While Tom Christie finally agrees to have his hand operated, while refusing to do so under ether, the community of Fraser's ridge attacks little Henri-Christian, forcing Roger and Jamie to show authority. Fergus sinks ever deeper into despair. 

The ballad of Roger Mac
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


When, assisted by Jamie Fraser's colonial militia, British troops confront the Regulators at the famous Battle of Alamance, everyone loses.  

Focus on wending
By Pas Cale


Episode 7 of Season 1 is, with the reunion (A. Malcolm, 3-06), the episode that helps fulfill the love that unites our two heroes, Claire Beauchamp and James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser. Small non-exhaustive overview of the themes. 

Free Will
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Jamie and Claire branch off from their original destination to go to the Beardsleys' home to claim the twins' bondage contracts. They did not expect this immersion in hell. 

Season 3 

The blood of my blood
By Beth Wilson 


John, Jamie, Claire, and even William yearn for something missing in their lives, or regret choices and struggle to be accepted. 

Waltz at 4 stroke - The Season 4 finale
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


The two episodes, "providence" and "a man of valor" (which I cannot separate as they are linked together) have the particularity of making 4 independent arcs intersect which will eventually come together. Parallel stories that feature a central character and essential support. 

River Run slaves
By Valérie Gay-Corajoud 


Although in any case, this episode deserves a deep analysis, I really want, for this focus, to focus on the theme of slavery, and, in particular, on the way that everyone has to use it , to adapt to it, or to revolt.