4. The beach scene
I adored everything about Claire and Brianna getting some time together on the beach. The moment with the whales speaks volumes of now. The two make comments about the near extinction of whales, just as we’re starting to see animals return to their original habitats because humans aren’t around.
Plus, we get more reminiscing of time together. Up to this point, Brianna has often noted that she felt closer to Frank. However, this scene reminds us that Claire was a good mom to her even when she was studying and at work. There are some positive memories of the past.
3. Roger’s character growth
We see Roger’s growth throughout Outlander Season 5, Episode 10. In the previous episode, he didn’t know if he could kill Bonnet. Now he says he wants to, and he has an argument for Jamie to make sure he is the one to do it.
However, he doesn’t quite go through with it when he gets the chance. He may have told Jamie that Bonnet was his, but really, Bonnet’s life should be up to Brianna after everything that happened. Roger knocked Bonnet out but didn’t kill him, showing this growth of acting when necessary but still being able to think first.