[Bridgerton] – Season 1, Episode 4: An Affair of Honor

[Bridgerton] – Season 1, Episode 4: An Affair of Honor

*SPOILERS AHOY*
The Good Doctors charge into episode 4, ‘An Affair of Honor.’ They continue their discussion on diversity and the treatment of race in Bridgerton, continue to be disappointed in Anthony’s choices, and break down the dramatic climax of Daphne and Simon’s developing feelings.

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Show Notes:

Dr. Kristen’s TED-talk style video on radical inclusion
Critiques of race on the show
Race-baiting, queer-baiting, colorism, featurism in Bridgerton
Women of Color talking about race in Bridgerton
Cast member talks about casting
Bridgerton star claps back at critics of show’s diversity
Bridgerton and Race: Does Historical Accuracy Matter?
A Double Hot Take on Bridgerton, Race, and Romance
The Debate Over Bridgerton and Race

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