Outlander Uncharted Recap Season 3 Episode 11 – In Outlander, Season 3, Episode 11, “Uncharted,” Claire finds herself washed ashore on a tropical island somewhere in the Caribbean, which one she is not sure of. She knows that she has to find water within three days or else she is not going to make it. However, except for some dew that she licks off some broad leaves, she is unsuccessful. Claire is able to make fire for the night. However, she awakens with ants all over her legs, which leave ugly bites. On the second night, she awakens with a large snake slithering over her, a terrifying experience. Finally, delirious, Claire thinks she hears a man’s voice, but then collapses.
Outlander Uncharted Recap Season 3 Episode 11
Claire awakens in bed with her hands and feet tied. A woman, apparently Spanish, informs her that her hands are bound for her own safety so that she will not scratch the ant bites. The woman lets her have some water, then Claire loses consciousness again.
Claire starts awake again to meet an Englishman named Father Fogden. He used to be a priest living on Cuba when he fell in love and had an affair with a lady named Hilda. They were forced to flee along with the woman’s mother, the woman Claire met previously, who is named Mamacita, and landed on this island, Saint Domingue. Sadly, Hilda is dead and Father Fogden is a little insane, having conversations with a gourd he calls “Coco.”
Claire is anxious to make her way to Jamaica to intercept Jamie before the British authorities. Father Fogden thinks she is still too ill to travel, but Mamacita is all for getting rid of her. She even cleans and mends Claire’s clothing.
Later, Father Fogden is distraught to learn that a group of what he describes as pirates, including a Chinese man, has slaughtered his favorite goat. Claire, suspecting that the Chines man is Willoughby and the “pirates” are the company of the ship she was traveling on with Jamie, starts to run toward the beach where Mamacita says they are.
Sure enough, Jamie, Fergus. Marsali, and much of the crew of the ship are on the beach repairing the ship’s mainmast. The ship had encountered a storm and the captain and some of the crew were lost. However, everyone is pitching in to get the vessel ready for sail so that Jamie can get to Jamaica and a reunion with Claire.
They are ready to get underway when Claire emerges on the beach, having injured herself on a tree branch, and manages to signal the ship with a hand mirror. Jamie returns to the beach and has a tearful reunion with his wife.
Willoughby presents a chicken to Father Fodgen and apologizes for killing his favorite goat. The English priest accepts the apology in good grace and, in return, marries Fergus and Marsali. The new bride consults with Claire about birth control. She wants a child in due course but would like to enjoy being married, as it were, in the meantime.
Back in Jamie’s cabin, Claire has some turtle soup prepared by Willoughby, which turns out to be spiked with an adult beverage. Claire, burning with fever, has Jamie help her inject herself with modern penicillin. Then, possessed of another kind of fever, the two start to make love. Mr. Willoughby knocks at the door, asking if Claire has enjoyed the turtle soup. Jamie politely and firmly tells him to go away. Smiling, as he understands what is happening, Willoughby complies.