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Season 2 opens with Claire returning to her own time and reconciling her future with the life she left behind. Shifting back to the 18th century, Jamie, Claire and Murtagh arrive in France, but learn that Paris presents its own challenges.
The episode, sensitively written by Toni Graphia and directed by Metin Hüseyin, exemplifies why Outlander stands head and shoulders above the majority of other primetime dramas, especially when it comes to portrayals of rape and loss.
It's unclear, to either Jamie and Claire or the viewers, whether they'll manage to stop the rebellion, or whether they'll ever be the same. At least they'll be together, and all of us can have faith in that.
"Faith" does do one thing immaculately well: It gets right into Claire's head and situates itself there, probing the different layers of her brain and providing an emotionally tumultuous episode that is so sharply in tune with the heroine's psyche.
Well that was emotional! After a rather horrific string of events that culminated during Outlander Season 2 Episode 7, Claire and Jamie came to the decision there's no place like home. They're going to return to Scotland.