Most of the shows I watch tend to be very fast paced, so coming back to "Outlander" with its very deliberate pacing was an adjustment. That being said, once I settled in I again appreciate that the editing gives the show room to breathe. The audience lives with the characters in every scene. Fortunately that rarely ever happens, since the show stays more or less exclusively in the POV of the narrating character. Maybe I'm just forgetting, but during the first half of the season the only times I recall sequences without Claire were in scenes that lingered in a setting after Claire had left. Likewise, tonight's episode was entirely composed of scenes that Jaime was in the room for. It's one of the strengths of the show that makes it stand out, and lends it an literary quality that most shows can't capture. The only outright departures from the first person that I can recall have been the glimpses we've gotten of Frank Randall back in 1945. And I accept those because, personally, I find them endlessly fascinating. Tobias Menzies is grappling with the same task as Tatiana Maslany, and while his two characters don't pose the challenge that her several do, it's astonishing how effectively he portrays two completely different men that share the same face.