Outlander producer on the midseason finale and what's next 'You will never be able to return home.'

Sing me a song of a lass who went to Scotland over the water.

After fighting in the Second Battle of Saratoga, Jamie (Sam Heughan), Claire (Caitriona Balfe), and Ian (John Bell) sail for Scotland to return to their family and bury Simon Fraser (Angus Macfadyen).

Roger (Richard Rankin) and Buck (Diarmaid Murtagh) journey through the stones in the 1980s to find Jem (Blake Johnston-Miller), who was kidnapped by Rob Cameron (Chris Fulton).

Jamie fights before they set sail, shooting William's (Charles Vandervaart) hat (which he restores). When she meets Benedict Arnold (Rod Hallett), Claire must decide whether to divulge his betrayal.

Home is always different. It's changed forever. When we return, there will be troublesome and painful things. Bittersweet, indeed. Though it's a homecoming, things go wrong.

In the presentation, she says that Benedict Arnold's deeds were so heinous that over 200 years later, we still call traitors Benedict Arnolds.

Ian's problems begin when he kisses Rachel (Izzy Meikle-Small), who smacks him but is clearly attracted to him. He leaves Rollo with her and encounters Arch Bug (Hugh Ross) when he leaves.

We'll have to wait at least six months to find out. In the meanwhile, executive producer Maril Davis discussed the episode and what's to come.

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