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Sweatpants & TV | GIF Roundup | Best Moments from Outlander, Season 3

By Emily Parker

The season 4 premiere of our favorite time-traveling romance is upon us! Outlander returns to STARZ on Sunday, November 4, and not a moment too soon. You’ve seen the trailer for the new season, right?

Doesn’t that look amazing?

We’re counting the minutes until Sunday when Jamie and Claire re-enter our lives for another few months of Outlander goodness, and we bet you are, too! Let’s take a look at a few of our favorite moments from last season…

The look on Jamie’s face when he sees Claire for the first time in over twenty years:

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Jamie and Claire finally feeling themselves once they’re on their way home to Scotland after the ordeal in Jamaica:

When Claire introduces Jamie to their daughter:

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When Jenny gets her drama on:

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When Jamie rescues Ian from The Bakra:

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When Jamie delivers the sexiest lines:

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When Jamie dumps Geneva in the mud:

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When Jamie thinks 50-ish Claire is just as beautiful as 30-ish Claire:

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Um, duh!

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That first kiss after 20 years apart…

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Marsali and her epic shade-throwing:

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We loved everything about Mr. Willoughby, to be honest, but him falling in love with Margaret was the cutest:

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Father Fogden was delightfully wacky:

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When Jamie gave Fergus his name (I’m not crying, YOU’RE crying):

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When Fergus describes his colorful experience:

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The first time Claire sees Fergus all grown up:

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When Claire approves of Roger:

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The look on Roger’s face when he surprises Brianna:

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This family hug:

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Every time Claire says this:

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Enjoy Season 4 of Outlander, and look for our recaps on Sweatpants & Coffee every Tuesday!

Emily Parker is a musician, writer, and avid reader who started Bucket List Book Reviews, the ‘1,001 Books to Read Before You Die’ project. For Sweatpants & Coffee, Emily hopes to inspire the reading of the classics by a whole new audience by only reviewing the really good stuff.

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