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June and the rest of the Handmaids shun Ofmatthew, and both are pushed to their limit at the hands of Aunt Lydia. Aunt Lydia reflects on her life and relationships before the rise of Gilead.
July 28, 2019
July 10, 2019
July 14, 2019
June and the rest of the Handmaids shun Ofmatthew, and both are pushed to their limit at the hands of Aunt Lydia. Aunt Lydia reflects on her life and relationships before the rise of Gilead.

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Jul 12, 2019 2:42PM EDT
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Lydia's story was kinda what I expected. She felt inadequate, then ashamed, and chose to put the blame on someone else, and eventually on the (women of the) world.

Lydia's story was kinda what I expected. She felt inadequate, then ashamed, and chose to put the blame on someone else, and eventually on the (women of the) world.

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Jul 19, 2019 4:56PM EDT
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Beyond satisfying. It struck me, straight to the bone, when June spoke about that feeling. That satisfaction in seeing people get what they deserve, getting to suffer like they have made so many without so much as a second thought. That stupid look on their faces, that wonder as to what they could have possibly done to deserve it as they are tasting their own medicine. The memory of the pain and betrayal in that Martha's eyes before she hung was more than just a reminder to be careful of who June drags into the crossfire, but a check that needed balancing. One cannot be redeemed who seeks not redemption.

Beyond satisfying. It struck me, straight to the bone, when June spoke about that feeling. That satisfaction in seeing people get what they deserve, getting to suffer like they have made so many without so much as a second thought. That stupid look on their faces, that wonder as to what they could have possibly done to deserve it as they are tasting their own medicine. The memory of the pain and betrayal in that Martha's eyes before she hung was more than just a reminder to be careful of who June drags into the crossfire, but a check that needed balancing. One cannot be redeemed who seeks not redemption.

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Jul 10, 2019 3:30PM EDT
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Yes, we get it, you want us to hate June now... But her selfishness is well known. This episode almost felt out of the ordinary, but also, unnecessary.

Yes, we get it, you want us to hate June now... But her selfishness is well known. This episode almost felt out of the ordinary, but also, unnecessary.

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Jul 10, 2019 3:19PM EDT
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OMG I didn't know what to expect from this episode but it was sooo intense!!! on one hand Lydia's background on the other June's growing hatred, all clashing, everybody loosing their grip!!! what's to come??

OMG I didn't know what to expect from this episode but it was sooo intense!!! on one hand Lydia's background on the other June's growing hatred, all clashing, everybody loosing their grip!!! what's to come??

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