Bree and Roger needed to take their children through the stones to save their daughter Mandy. Is she going to live? What happened in Outlander Season 7, Episode 3?
Caution: This post contains spoilers for Outlander Season 7, Episode 3.
The birth of a child is supposed to be happy and exciting. Sadly, many parents experience the heartache and loss when a child is gone too soon. Many others experience the fear when they find out that a child is suffering from a serious health problem.
Bree and Roger learned quickly that their daughter, Mandy, was seriously ill. Claire realized that her newborn granddaughter had a problem with her heart. She would need surgery, and it was something Claire couldn’t do. She knew someone who could, though.
Who was that person? We can assume that it was Joe Abernathy. After all, Bree and Roger head through the stones with Jemmy and Mandy, taking them to their own time for the surgery Mandy would need.
Did Mandy survive in Outlander?
All that happened at the end of the second episode. In Episode 3, we pick up after a big time jump in the 1980s. Jemmy and Mandy are a few years older. This is something that happened in the books, too.
Yes, Mandy is okay now. She got the surgery that she needed after Bree and Roger went through the stones. We still don’t really know who performed the surgery or the story that the couple told when they had zero medical records for any of them—or any sort of record at all for Jemmy—but that really isn’t too much of a concern.
All we needed to know was that Mandy’s heart would be fixed. The family of four are now figuring things out in the 20th century with their only connection to Claire and Jamie through the letters they found at Lallybroch.
It looks like they’ve found their home, though. They’re getting Lallybroch back into the rightful hands.