Stopping to Celebrate - Reg - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Stopping to Celebrate - Reg - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Husband and Wife stop their hard work for a little celebration on the land they now call Fraser's Ridge.
Added:
What Does Roger Know? - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

What Does Roger Know? - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Roger has all kinds of news to share with Brianna during "Common Ground," but he never sees her face to face.
Added:
Over the Threshold - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Over the Threshold - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Jaime is a little bit premature in carrying his wife over the threshold of their first home.
Added:
Don't Say a Word - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Don't Say a Word - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Not a word is said by the group that comes up onto Fraser's Ridge and then turns and walks away.
Added:
Stopping to Celebrate - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Stopping to Celebrate - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Husband and Wife stop their hard work for a little celebration on the land they now call Fraser's Ridge.
Added:
Surprise Guests - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Surprise Guests - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Those aren't weapons in the hands of the surprise guests to Fraser's Ridge.
Added:
Prepared for a Fight - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Prepared for a Fight - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Jamie is prepared for a fight when he's faced with an unknown group of people coming onto Fraser's Ridge.
Added:
From the Bottom of Myers' Heart - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

From the Bottom of Myers' Heart - Outlander Season 4 Episode 4

Myers has a lot of thanks to give from the heart he still has beating in his chest.
Added:
Finding a Home - Outlander

Finding a Home - Outlander

Claire and Jamie struggle to build a new home for themselves on Outlander. "Common Ground" is the fourth episode of the show's fourth season.
Added:

Outlander Season 4 Episode 4 Quotes

Christ. That pole's crooked. The shed will be too. Canna have a crooked shed.

Jamie

Claire: Is that a cabin I see before me?
James: That it is, aye, unless you want to live under grass and moss for the end of your days.