After decades apart, Jamie and Claire finally reunite and rekindle their relationship; Jamie's new business dealings could jeopardize the couple's hopes for a simple life.
Brianna grapples with life-changing revelations and Claire must help her come to terms with the fact that she is her father's daughter; Roger brings news that forces Claire and Brianna to face an impossible choice.
Jamie is pulled into intrigue while serving as a groomsman at Helwater; in 1968, Claire, Brianna and Roger struggle to trace Jamie's whereabouts, leaving Clarie to wonder if they will ever find him.
Imprisoned Jamie learns that an old foe has become the warden and has the power to make his life hell; Claire and Frank both put their best foot forward in marriage, but an uninvited guest shatters the illusion.
Jamie leads a lonely life hidden in a cave until Lallybroch is threatened by redcoats; Claire and Frank struggle to coexist in a marriage haunted by the ghost of Jamie.
Jamie's past provides his only hope of survival following the Battle of Culloden; a pregnant Claire attempts to adjust to life in 1940s Boston.
In the present, Claire reveals the truth to her daughter, Brianna; in the 18th century, Jamie does everything he can to save his loved ones as the Battle of Culloden begins.
Jamie works to divert the Jacobite army away from imminent slaughter; Claire tries to provide comfort to a sick Alex Randall; Alex shares an unusual plan to save the mother of his child.
Claire and the Highlanders head north after the Jacobite leaders decide to halt their march on London; Claire has an unexpected reunion after a band of redcoats makes trouble for the Scots.
Jamie relies upon Claire's knowledge of history to lead the Jacobite army into a crucial battle; Claire is reminded of the true cost of war as she attends to the dead and dying.
Claire and Jamie reunite with the Lallybroch and MacKenzie men during training; Jamie and Claire wage personal battles; an Englishman arrives in camp with new information.
Claire and Jamie attempt to elicit support from Jamie's grandsire, Lord Lovat; Colum MacKenzie arrives with plans of his own; Lord Lovat makes moves to advance his own interests.
Doctors at L'Hopital des Anges attempt to save the lives of Claire and her unborn baby; King Louis asks Claire to judge two men accused of engaging in the dark arts.
Jamie and Claire use Claire's medical knowledge to come up with a scheme to stop a deal which could fill the war chest; Claire learns Jamie has gone back on his word.
Claire and Jamie reunite and attempt to extinguish fires until Claire makes an unexpected change of course; Jamie and Claire's relationship is tested when the past rears its ugly head.
Claire and Jamie throw a dinner party to turn investors away from Prince Charles' war effort; Jamie is shocked after Claire reveals that Jack Randall is alive.
While Jamie spends all of his time wading through politics, Claire finds solace in healing; the past threatens to derail the couple's plans.
Jamie struggles to overcome his past; opportunities arise following a fortunate meeting with Prince Charles; the Duke of Sandringham's presence causes complications.
Claire and Jamie enter the lavish world of French society in an effort to infiltrate the Jacobite rebellion led by Prince Charles Stuart and prevent the battle of Culloden.
A daring plan to rescue Jamie proves successful; Claire attempts to save Jamie's heart and soul as his mind lingers on the torture he endured.
Claire and the Highlanders work on a plan to rescue Jamie; a visit from Black Jack causes Jamie to realize a fate exists that is worse than his death sentence.
Claire and Jenny set out to rescue Jamie from his redcoat captors; unorthodox tactics are used to send word to Jamie.
Jamie is placed in a tough situation when a redcoat deserter from his past returns; Jenny goes into labor; Jamie and Ian join The Watch.
Old wounds are reopened between Jamie and his sister, Jenny, when he returns to his family home with Claire.
Claire and Geillis stand trial for witchcraft; Claire learns a secret about Geillis' past as Jamie attempts a rescue.
Jamie hopes the Duke of Sandringham can help remove the price on his head; Claire works to save an abandoned child.
Jamie and the Highlanders rescue Claire from Black Jack Randall; politics threaten the harmony of Clan MacKenzie; Laoghaire tries to win Jamie back.
Frank searches for his missing wife; a life-changing opportunity arises for Claire as she attempts to come to terms with her marriage to Jamie.
Claire and Jamie's unfolding marriage causes deeper feelings to arise; Claire finds herself torn between two men in different times.
Claire has an unexpected meeting with a British general; Capt. Jack Randall is determined to uncover Claire's secrets.
Claire is brought along on the MacKenzie rent-collecting trip; Dougal uses Jamie's scars to drum up sympathy for the Jacobite cause; Claire remembers that a famous moment in Scottish history will soon occur.
Claire plans to attempt an escape during the "Gathering," but her plans are thwarted by a run-in with a drunken Dougal and a surprise encounter with Jamie.
Jamie helps Claire tend to a sickly child; a story told during an evening's entertainment gives Claire hope for her freedom.
Claire is taken to meet the Laird and befriends the mysterious Geillis Duncan; the clan decides to keep Claire as a prisoner after they learn of her medical skills.
World War II combat nurse Claire Randall is transported back to 1743 Scotland, where she is kidnapped by Highlanders and meets an injured man named Jamie.