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This was actually a thrilling episode that was ruined in the end because Outlander can't behave itself.
This show has a lot of positive representations of men and masculinity, but it's also a show that understands how power imbalances, especially when it comes to gender, can manifest in a myriad of abuses.
I can get on board with all the obstacles Brianna and Roger toss into their own way.
Outlander delivers another strong installment to Season 4 with "Wilmington," that isn't afraid to make waves with its characters or its storylines.
I've watched "Wilmington" twice now, and I'm still reeling from that last scene.
If my life was this chaotic I would lock myself in the nearest woodshed and not come out.
If you were hesitant to call Roger The Worst before, are you on board now?
Again, this moment could've been the one when Outlander's TV series finally decided to stake out its own territory.
You know how Outlander continually deconstructs romance tropes from the feminist gaze? Well, "Wilmington" basically shrugged off that awesome precedent when Bree and Roger got hitched.
The series has done thoughtful character work with Jamie in the wake of his own experiences with rape, but it has still been inconsistent in its tone and scope when it comes to some of its darker storytelling.