9. Giving Fergus a stern talking to
Fergus was on a dark path at first in Outlander Season 6, but nobody really knew how dark. When Marsali went into labor, nobody could find Fergus. It’s Roger who finds Fergus drunk.
Roger isn’t in the mood to deal with things. Sure, he’s concerned, but he’s more concerned about Marsali and the baby. He does what he thinks is best and gives Fergus a stern talking to, reminding us that in some cases, a man from the 1970s is no different to a man from the 18th century.
8. Being able to sing again
This is a slight change to the books—or maybe an early one—but we get to hear Roger’s singing voice in Outlander Season 6. He’s singing while working at Amy’s cabin.
It’s a part of Roger that was lost with the hanging. Seeing him sing again shows us that he’s working through the trauma. He’s healing both physically and mentally.
7. Annoyed by the lack of loyalty
When news of the affair comes out, Roger is sure that Jamie didn’t do it. However, the fisherfolk believe he did. It’s not like they trusted Claire in the first place, and they’re not happy Jamie is a Catholic.
Roger learns that the fisherfolk won’t go to Claire with their ailments anymore. Later he finds out that the Continental Congress refuses to make Jamie a delegate. Roger is extremely loyal, annoyed by the people’s lack of loyalty. I love when we hear him voice his opinion, but he’s learning how to be a little more diplomatic at times.