Outlander Season 2 Update: Outlander is a historic drama TV series that first premiered on August 9, 2014, on Starz.
It is based on the novel under the same name by Diana Gabaldon and is developed by Ronald D. Moore.
The series stars Caitriona Balfe as Clair Randell who is formerly World War 2 nurse who finds that she has been transported to Scotland in 1743, that too in the future of 1945 where she got encountered with the dashing Warrior Jamie Fraser, from Highland and got herself embroiled in the Jacobite raisings.
Fans remember Clair Randell coming back to the 1940s after spending some Tumultuous few years living in the Past In season 2 of the Starz drama and where she finally reunited with her husband Frank Randall, the character played by Tobias Menzies.
She told him everything about what happened to her on her way back to the past but she clearly didn’t tell her husband about the true details of Black Jack’s (Menzies) true Nature and fans did notice that. In season 1 when Frank was introduced, he was really into knowing the family’s past.
In fact, he seemed to be more obsessed to know about Black Jack as he was his direct ancestor.
Also while Claire knew all this for a fact while she went through Craigh na Dun and into Black Jack’s path and therefore she knows how exactly he is.
All the while she knows that he is not the person, her husband would admire because he is a rather a Brutal and evil British Officer.
During the whole season, he attempted to rape her, threatening her for life, and rapes James Fraser.
All this while she explored the more brutal side of the officer as he tortured James for an inch of his life and knowing her husband is still looking for the real man and is a historian, she might think she should not tell him these things immediately.
But as she returned from the past, fans got surprised by her not telling Frank immediately about these things.
Eagle-eyed fans still don’t get any clear idea about the reason but maybe the perils of adaptations from the novel are something it has to do with.
Eagle-eyed viewers might notice it does seem Frank is made aware of who Black Jack was, but just not on screen.
In the season two finale, Brianna Fraser and Roger MacKenzie (Richard Rankin) find a letter Frank had written to Reverend Wakefield (James Fleet).
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