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Fraser family dysfunction reaches a tipping point in "The Deep Heart's Core," but not without sinking to questionable depths in its ongoing depictions of sexual violence and trauma.
At the best of times, this episode shines in the dysfunctionality of its core family.
Probably the most exciting aspect of the hour was Roger stumbling onto the stones.
I was hoping this convo would end with Jamie offering to teach his daughter some self-defense moves, but sadly, this doesn't turn out to be a Karate Kid moment.
What a surprise! Things are not looking good.
But this family feud is also comeuppance for Jamie. And that's rare enough to feel important.
Great, now mom and dad are fighting! Is there no end to the heartbreak?!
For anyone watching the show, especially those of us who are survivors, it felt extremely cruel and unnecessary to revisit it in such a graphic and stomach-turning manner.
But this scene, no matter how much it's fine-tuned for 2019 viewers, will always be problematic.
It's just zero to slut shaming in an instant.
To make [Jamie] so tone deaf and ignorant when it comes to sexual assault is irresponsible, and it happens throughout the episode, starting at the very beginning.