‘Outlander’ Review: A Female Character Stays Afloat in a Sea of Masculine Energy in Episode 10

‘Outlander’ Review: A Female Character Stays Afloat in a Sea of Masculine Energy in Episode 10
Given all of the enemies and high-stakes storylines facing the Frasers so far this season on “Outlander,” it was impossible to draw out the return of Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) any more than the show already has. And so the series skipped ahead to a storyline out of Diana Gabaldon’s next book, “A Breath of Snow and Ashes,” on Sunday night’s “Mercy Shall Follow Me,” when the protagonist family put their whiskey dreams of catching the pirate in motion.

Following Jamie (Sam Heughan) and Claire’s (Caitriona Balfe) run-in with the powder-faced Philip Wylie (Chris Donald) a few episodes back, Wylie had arranged the promised meet-and-greet to secure Bonnet as a “business partner” in Jamie’s whiskey venture. The plan was to get Bonnet inside and then kill him, as Jamie revealed to Roger (Richard Rankin) last week. Except now that Jamie and Roger have finally bonded over Jamie’s near-death experience,
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