April 10, 2024
Outlander Season 7 Episode 8

Outlander Season 7 Episode 8 “Turning Points” ends with a song rather than a dramatic coda. The famous ballad “Tha mi sigith ‘n fhogar seo,” which means “I am tired of this exile,” is performed by singer Griogair Labhruidh from Outlander Season 6 in the Starz show’s soundtrack once more.

Watchers of Outlander are aware that trouble is brewing elsewhere, even while the song seems to suggest that Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie (Sam Heughan) have found what looks to be a happy ending for the time being.

Claire, Jamie, and Young Ian (John Bell) have finally returned to Scotland after years of residing in colonial America.It is Jamie’s responsibility to return his cousin Simon Fraser’s (Angus Macfadyen) body to Scotland so it can be buried. As Labhruidh sings in Gaelic, the traveling trio spots the Scottish coast from their ship in the mid-season finale of Starz’s Outlander. These three favorites appear to be doing well, or are they?

Claire, Jamie, and Young Ian are unaware that their loved ones are in peril. In the future, Brianna (Sophie Skelton) has just bid farewell to her spouse Roger (Richard Rankin) and husband Buck MacKenzie (Diarmaid Murtagh). The two men are time-traveling back in order to rescue Jem (Blake Johnston Miller), who is being held captive by Rob Cameron (Chris Fulton), using the stones of Craigh na Dun. What is known is that Roger and Buck pass through the stones unscathed. Who knows where they will finish up?

Izzy Meikle-Small, Ian’s sweetheart Rachel Hunter, meets a tragic end in the woods when they return to the colonies. The kind Quaker meets an enigmatic newcomer who shows interest in both her and Ian’s dog Rollo, whom Ian gave to Rachel to look after. Dedicated Outlander fans will recall that Mr. Bug (Hugh Ross) holds animosity for Ian.

What does Episode 8 of Outlander Season 7’s conclusion mean for the remaining episodes of Season 7? This is an explanation of the mid-season finale ending of Outlander Season 7.

At the end of “Turning Points,” the eighth episode of Outlander season 7, Rachel meets Mr. Bug in the woods. The elderly Scotsman was last seen in Outlander season seven’s third episode, “Death Be Not Proud.” There, he tried to exact revenge on the Frasers, his lifelong employers, by interfering with his wife’s funeral. See, things went sour between Jamie and Mr. Bug when it came out that the Bugs had been secretly hiding some of the Jacobite gold that had been meant to help Bonnie Prince Charlie reclaim Scotland from the English.While trying to ambush Mr. Bug while he was retrieving his gold from its hiding location, Young and Jamie Ian accidentally killed Mrs. Bug (Sarah Collier). Murdina Bug was dressed in her spouse’s attire. The immensely brave Ian would never have shot his arrow if he had known it was Mrs. Bug.

Mr. Bug was clearly agitated. The old guy turned down young Ian’s promise to sacrifice himself in order to save Mrs. Bug. “Too easy,” Mr. Bug said. “May I kill your hound for you?” Ian says he’s shocked that Rollo could die because of his crime. Mr. Bug icily proclaims that a flea-ridden dog is not a wife. When Mr. Bug loses something important, he says he will see Ian again. It’s indicated that Mr. Bug wants to kill Ian’s girlfriend.


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