Wee Fergus will interrupt a kiss between Jamie and Claire in episode 10 of “Outlander” Season 2, the preview video reveals. The Frasers share a tender moment before a big day, and the young lad walks in on them to offer his services to help the Highlanders.

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A preview video of the next episode posted on ETOnline shows the Frasers anxious about the big Battle of Prestonpans the next day. Claire (Caitriona Balfe) tells her husband that sleep will not be an option for any of the Scottish warriors that night, and the two characters come close to share a kiss.

“Milady,” says Fergus, just before the Frasers can kiss. “Milord. I request permission to join you in the fight that is to come,” the young boy says. Claire points out that they need someone to keep the hospital fires burning. The young lad says that someone else can do such work and offers to steal the enemy general’s sword. “A general can’t fight without his sword,” the boy explains.

Fergus will not be seen in battle in the next episode of “Outlander” Season 2. Jamie (Sam Heughan) doesn’t doubt the boy’s capabilities, but wants the lad to look after the women. Fergus insists that it could be the same person who will keep the hospital fires burning. Jamie finally convinces him by saying that he would not trust the safety of his wife with anyone else.

Meanwhile, Balfe told Rolling Stone that the producers didn’t make any conscious decision to make a “feminist show.” She pointed out that the source material for the TV series has been written by an “accomplished” and “feisty” woman and the central character of the show is a “feisty woman too.”

Balfe said that half of the writers of the “Outlander” TV series are women and they try to get women directors whenever they can. Executive Producer Ronald D. Moore was apparently adamant that Claire is a “sexual woman” and that she will not shy away from it. However, Balfe pointed out that the sex scenes are there for a reason and the reason why fans get to see less of it in Season 2 is because they are telling a different story of the Frasers’ relationship.