Fans of Outlander discover a flaw in Claire and Jamie’s seemingly impossible trek.


Fans of Outlander discover a flaw in Claire and Jamie’s seemingly impossible trek.

Outlander viewers notice a hole in Claire and Jamie’s seemingly impossible journey.

In Season 2, OUTLANDER fans identified a significant problem in Claire and Jamie’s journey and pronounced it impossible.

Outlander is a period drama that follows the adventures of a time-traveling nurse. With so many complexities, the series is bound to include a few historical or continuity faults; in this case, an intelligent Starz streamer noticed that the pilgrims were on an impossible path.

Claire Fraser (Caitrona Balfe) discovered she had the ability to travel across time while on her honeymoon with her husband Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies).

The World War II nurse was able to travel between the 18th and 20th centuries because to some pebbles she found in Scotland.

Claire met her second husband Jamie Fraser (Sam Hueghan) while unintentionally traveling from 1946 to 1743, fell in love, and became pregnant before returning to Scotland.

Frank decided to keep up the ruse and pretend the child was his since he didn’t believe her story and felt she was insane.

After a rage-filled dispute in which he threatened to kidnap Brianna Fraser (Sophie Skelton) and abandon Claire, Frank died in a car accident in season three.

Claire was inspired to travel back in time after 20 years to reunite with her true love, and the two resumed their relationship as if nothing had happened.

This was one of her many missions throughout the years; on one occasion, a patient was severely ill and needed treatment that hadn’t been invented yet.

Brianna urged her not to bring back penicillin from the future since it may endanger her and change the course of history.

Her employment as a nurse didn’t stop her from traveling, but it was her fourth-season trip that made people suspicious.

While Claire and Jamie were on their way to America, a sharp-eyed fan pointed out a glaring oversight on ScreenRant.

“Jamie and Claire arrive in America, where they meet for the first time the charming but treacherous pirate Stephen Bonnet. Their interactions with him here will leave them with immense regrets and long-term consequences.

“The pair comes across the Cape Fear River while traveling across the country and takes a boat ride down it. “Like other rivers, the Cape Fear flows from the core of the country to the coast,” the fan added.

“Yet,” says Brinkwire Summary News.


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