June confronts Serena in the latest episode of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’
Last week on The Handmaid’s Tale, June Osborne (Elisabeth Moss) reunited with Moira Strand (Samira Wiley) and Luke Bankole, bringing joy to the show’s fans (O-T Fagbenle). June’s happiness was fleeting, and season 4 episode 7, “Home,” depicts her struggles adjusting to normalcy in Canada.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 episode 7.]
In ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ June is unrestricted.
“My name is June Osborne, and I’d like to introduce myself. June tells Mark Tuello (Sam Jaeger) at the start of the episode, “I am a citizen of the United States, and I seek asylum in the country of Canada.”
June is taken to a posh hotel by Mark and other US government officials for security reasons. Moira returns home to look after June’s daughter Nichole, while Luke stays behind to spend time with his newly rescued wife.
Luke orders room service, naively anticipating a fairytale reunion, and frets over the placement of the dishes on the table, wanting everything to be perfect. June sees Luke setting the table after a shower and instead of joining him, climbs into bed and sleeps for 17 hours.
Luke apologizes for not being able to save her or their daughter, Hannah, when she wakes up (Jordana Blake). June tells Luke about seeing Hannah at a lake house in the second season of The Handmaid’s Tale to spare him some pain.
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She reassures Luke that Hannah remembers them and knows that they love her. Viewers, of course, know that this is a lie, and June knows it too. As soon as she tells Luke about the meeting at the lake house, her mind flashes back to just weeks before… This story is a short summary. Hope you enjoyed.