Outlander Season 6 Episode 5: “Give Me Liberty” Recap

Outlander Season 6 Episode 5


Celebrity Myxer’s commentary of Outlander Season 6 Episode 5 “Give Me Liberty” is a must-see. There are mounting tensions in the colonies when Claire and Jamie attend an event in honour of Flora MacDonald, a Scottish heroine, in Wilmington, North Carolina. Here’s what you didn’t see!

Outlander Season 6 Episode 5

Give Me Liberty” is the Outlander Season 6 Episode 5

A figure from Ian’s past returns to bring up sad memories for him in Outlander Season 6 Episode 4, “Visiting the Cherokee.” Jamie encounters an Indian Agent who causes him to re-evaluate his beliefs.

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The Revolutionary War is just getting started in Outlander Season 6 Episode 5 and emotions are running high. Claire and Jaime both attend a loyalist banquet in Wilmington where Flora MacDonald is being honoured. Jaime will have to play both the loyalist and the rebel roles with caution.

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A major source of anxiety for Brianna is the amount of time Roger has been spending with Amy, the recently arrived widow. There is a lot of gossiping and chatting going on. This may be a tricky situation for Roger because Amy is clearly in love with him.

It’s good to have Jacosta Innes, Jaime’s great aunt, and her husband, Duncan, back in Ridgetown! This Sunday, April 3rd, we’ll have a comprehensive summary of the event.

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Actors in the Outlander Season 6 Episode 5

In the role of Claire Fraser/Claire Randall, Caitriona Balfe

Jamie Fraser is played by Sam Heughan.

Sophie Skelton in the role of Brianna Fraser MacKenzie

Roger MacKenzie/Roger Wakefield is played by Richard Rankin (shown).

the young Ian Murray played by John Bell

Fergus Fraser, played by Cesar Domboy, is a complex character.

Playing Marsali Fraser in Lauren Lyle’s role

O’Ryan, Caitlin O’Ryan, Lizzie Wemyss,

Actors Paul Gorman and Josiah Beardsley star in the film.

Tom Christie is played by Mark Lewis Jones.

Malva Christie is Jessica Reynolds’s character.

Vlahos as Allan Christie is played by Alexander

starring Chris Larkin as Richard Brown

Major Donald McDonald is portrayed by Robin Laing.

In the role of Chief Bird, Glen Gould

‘Still Water’ by Simon Baker

Amy McCallum is played by Joanne Thomson.

Kaheroton is played by Braeden Clarke.

In Morgan Holmstrom’s role as Wahionhaweh,

Lord John Grey, portrayed by David Berry

As Jocasta Innes, Maria Doyle Kennedy

Kenny Lindsay (Jack Tarlton)

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