Brianna figured out her place in the past during Outlander Season 6. However, it was her moment as a concerned mom that stands out the most.
When Bree and Roger agreed that the past is their home, they needed to figure out what to do with their lives. How they could make the most of their time out of their time? As Roger figured out his place was as a minister, Bree realized she needed to bring inventions of the 20th century to the past.
Brianna had some excellent moments throughout the season. There is one that stands out the most. As she figured out her place as a woman, she also proved herself to be another concerned mom.
Bree’s standout moment in Outlander Season 6
It’s all about spotting the mole. Mothers have to deal with lice all the time. In today’s time, we’ll use shampoos to help deal with the infestation, but that wasn’t possible for Bree. She simply sighed and got on with dealing with the problem the only way she could: cutting Jemmy’s hair.
This led to her spotting a mole on his head. Naturally, she was concerned. This mole wasn’t there when he was born. Was it a dangerous mole?
It’s what comes after all this that makes it such as amazing moment. Roger is able to calm her nerves as he talks about it being benign, hereditary, and one that he has. Bree is the one who realizes what that means. And there’s this look of happy relief in her eyes.
Bree had believed Stephen Bonnet was Jemmy’s biological father. Something deep down told her that, but it wasn’t true. That was just her fear. With this, she realizes what it means. Roger is the biological father of her son, and she couldn’t be happier about that news.
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