Bree says she's putting the house Claire left her up for sale. Today's headlines Most Read Do we look like geriatrics to you? Jamie remarks Claire had told him germs were nasty things, and she agrees. Claire asks Jamie if they killed him, and he says they gave him to the Iroquois Indians. Brianna decides against an abortion, and Claire is very relieved.
Brianna says she wondered if her mother could do it and asks her if Claire had ever considered aborting her. Jamie says few die from it, not him and not her. She doesn't look at them right away, rather watches Roger sing for a while, shivering at the song about the Battle of Prestonpans knowing that her parents were there, and it was her father who led the charge and not Prince Charlie. Later, Veronica spies Alicia with a man at night. Jamie guesses what Brianna is thinking about and assures her Claire will not let any harm come to her.
This episode did a great job of getting that across. She shows Brianna an Indian-made pouch he sent her and asks Brianna to stay for a few days and exclaims that Bree is so much like her brother. It was also often the girls themselves that had taken the initiative to attend the balls. She spies a light through the storm and sees Lord John leaving the slave quarters and going to the kitchen. She realizes that Jamie must have found an enduring strength while spending seven years in the cave. She takes one look at Lizzie and agrees.
She asks him to sing it and then tells him he can't sing. She breaks down at the hopelessness of her situation, and he comforts her and tells her he will remain at River Run to see if they can find some solution to her predicament. Delete Comment Are you sure you want to delete this comment? Create a commenting name to join the debate Submit. But the Queen did not appear to notice these defects and went into raptures. And scandal was an ever-present possibility, because Dudley was a married man.