OUTLANDER: CLAIRE GOES OVERBOARD FOR LOVER JAMIE FRASER

Claire Fraser really went overboard during Sunday's episode of Outlander for her 18th century Highland warrior lover.

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Sunday: Sunday is the day of the week between Saturday and Monday. For some Christians, Sunday is observed as a day for worship of God and rest, due to the belief that it is Lord's Day, the day of Christ's resurrection.
Highland: The term highland or upland is used to denote any mountainous region or elevated mountainous plateau. Generally speaking, upland tends to refer to ranges of hills, typically up to 500-600m. Highland is usually reserved for ranges of low mountains.