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A picture of actor David Berry, cast as Lord John Grey in Starz TV series "Outlander." Outlander/ Facebook

A new picture from “Outlander” season 3 has been released online in the form of a GIF. It shows Jamie (Sam Heughan) as a prisoner of Lord John Grey (David Berry), and teases an interesting aspect of the plot. The following article contains spoilers.

“They meet again... but Lord John Grey isn't the man he once was,” the post on the Twitter page of the series teases. The tables have turned in their second meeting, as Jamie is a prisoner.

Lord John Grey is a British officer and a diplomat. Fans will remember the character as a young man who met Jamie just before the Battle of Prestonpans. Next season, the British officer will be seen as the governor of Scottish prison Ardsmuir.

After Jamie survives the Battle of Culloden, even though he wished to die fighting, he will be taken to Ardsmuir. The Scottish warrior will once again be thrust into a leadership position there, and he will share a complicated relationship with Lord John Grey.

Lord John Grey develops a friendship with Jamie, but things start to take a different turn when this relationship turns into a one-sided attraction. This relationship will be different to the creepy Black Jack (Tobias Menzies) obsession of the Scottish warrior. Watching this relationship evolve should be interesting for the fans to watch.

The story of Jamie’s life as a prisoner is an important one, along with the introduction of Lord John Grey. The British officer is an important character and has his own spin-off book series by Diana Gabaldon. But the main story this year will begin after the reunion of the Scottish warrior with Claire (Caitriona Balfe). The plot this year is mostly based on the book “Voyager,” and as the name suggests, this will be about a new adventure on high seas.

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