Brianna Randall truly is her mother's daughter.

While we've still got a ways to go before we get any new footage from Outlander season three, that doesn't mean there aren't still new treats to enjoy, like this exclusive deleted scene from the season two finale, which you can find on the season two blu-ray when it's released tomorrow, November 1.

In the clip, Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Brianna (Sophie Skelton) decide to spend an extra day in Scotland, and Roger (Richard Rankin) has a couple of ideas as to how to spend their extra day. But if he thinks that he's taking Brianna to a tourist trap like Loch Ness, he's clearly lost his mind.

Instead, they decide to "find some history," while Claire has other ideas that have more to do with "Brianna's father."

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Of course, we all remember how those days of Scottish gallivanting ended up going. Brianna and Roger ran into Geillis Duncan before she was Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek) and discovered the existence of time travel, while Claire ended up spilling the beans on the true, unbelievable identity of her daughter's actual father, and then discovered that he was still alive two hundred years ago.

Needless to say, it was a very eventful trip.


And just in case this deleted scene and the release of the blu-ray isn't enough to quench your thirst during this Droughtlander, we have a little treat for you.

E! News is giving away a copy of the script for the first episode of season two, signed by the cast and executive producers including Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Graham McTavish, Gary Lewis, Maril Davis, Ronald D. Moore, and author Diana Gabaldon.

All you have to do to win is visit the E! News twitter account and hit retweet on the correct tweet, and you're entered to win! Make sure you're following both @enews and @eonlinetv so you don't miss a single detail.

Outlander returns for season three in 2017.

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