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‘Really bothered me’ Outlander fans point out ‘annoying’ Jamie Fraser plot hole

OUTLANDER fans ahve shared their frustration over a plot hole involving highlander Jamie Fraser. Fans of the Starz drama see Claire Fraser (played by Caitriona Balfe) travel back in time in the first ever episode to the 18th Century where she meets highlander Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan).

When Outlander fans set eyes on Jamie, they immediately recognise him as the highlander who was watching Claire at her hotel window when she was on honeymoon in Inverness with Frank Randall (Tobias Menzies). Frank went on to search for his wife after she travelled through the stones but fans have taken issue with one element of this storyline.Later on in season one, after declaring his new wife as missing, Frank is seenwalking into the police station with a wanted poster.He is intent on finding Claire and believes the highlander he saw watching his wife the night before she went missing is to blame.In the wanted poster, there is a drawning of Jamie, who would be easily identified by anyone who knew him.

However, after that scene, the wanted poster and sketch of Jamie are never seen again.Fans think it’s odd Claire wasn’t shown the poster when she returned to the future and was questioned about her disappearance.Claire would have instantly recognised her highlander husband and realised Frank had seen him before.It could have also prompted Claire to question if Jamie could time travel or if it was his ghost watching over her.Taking to Reddit, fans have debated the plot hole, with some even noting it was strange Brianna Fraser (Sophie Skelton) found missing posters for her mother but no wanted poster for Jamie.

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