Warning: This article contains a discussion about sexual abuse. Reader judgment is recommended.
After a season full of grief, trauma and changes in life, Brianne (Sophie Skelton) gets the necessary closing on Sunday Outlander . Bone (Ed Speller) is waiting for execution in the Wilmington prison, Bree – urged by a sympathetic letter from Jamie, inviting her to forgive Bonnet "for your soul," convinces her fiancé, Lord John Gray (David Berry), to escort her with a rapist . "Forgiveness will not change what has happened," says Bree pregnant. "But it can change what it will be.
Skelton tells BAZAAR.com the subsequent confrontation between Bry and Bonn ̵
Skelton said in December that she had done extensive research to prepare for the scene in which Bry was raped and after her: I was watching many interviews with women who have been raped, I have watched many of the lawsuits they have faced with their rapist, she said. "I read a lot of interviews, and one that really stayed with me was this girl who said she feels so, as if she wanted to peel skin from her body, that she no longer belonged to her own skin, and she wanted to something I always kept in my head when I was playing Bree. "
Even though the episode offers some comfort for Brian's grief, she fails to clarify the conclusion of her story, will they find Jamie and Claire Roger? Will one of them return in time to the birth of his child? With only one episode left in the season, time has elapsed for the extended storylines of Season 4.