And just like that, season two of The Handmaid’s Tale has come and gone. It was another harrowing ride over 13 episodes and through it all, June remained the beacon of hope for everyone in Gilead. Below, a list of the craziest, most shocking moments from season two, which aired its season finale on July 11. We are with you, June.
Season 2, episode 1 (“June”):
The opening minutes leading up to Fenway. In seamless fashion, viewers follow June from the van (from the season one finale) to a parking lot, where other Handmaids are let out, gagged, and herded like animals into what used to be Fenway Park. They’re lined up in front of several nooses. One of them - Ofrobert, formerly Alma - is so terrified she pees. When the lever is pulled, nothing happens. Aunt Lydia shows up and reminds the Handmaids of God’s love. Her voice is heard all around the ballpark as she says this is merely “a lesson” to them. The Handmaids are released from the nooses, June the narrator says, “Seriously? What the actual fuck?” The title card finally appears.
Aunt Lydia shows June what her next nine months could look like if she doesn’t follow the rules. The lights turn on to reveal a Handmaid named Ofwyatt, who is pregnant and chained to her bedposts. She’s there because she tried to kill her baby (and possibly herself) with drain cleaner.
Ofrobert’s hand meets a burner. As punishment for not stoning Janine, one by one, the Handmaids are taken to a stovetop, where their hands are cuffed to a burner. “You girls, so willful and full of apologies when it comes time to pay the Piper,” Aunt Lydia says. “It’s shameful for me as well, but only in suffering will we find grace.” Offred, who is sitting down while all of this is going on and is not stovetop bound because she’s pregnant, continues to eat her soup as Ofrobert’s bloodcurdling scream fills the room.
A hospital worker grills June in a flashback. June visits her daughter Hannah, who was sent by her school to the hospital for a fever. June is immediately questioned by a nurse/social worker type, who repeatedly calls her Mrs. Bankole even though June never took Luke’s last name. “She’s your biological child?” she asks June. This is followed by her making June admit that she has to “miss work” to take care of Hannah if she’s ever home sick and not at school. There’s more: June is forced to admit that yes, she gave Hannah Tylenol because she felt warm, but it wasn’t so that she could bypass the school’s fever policy. It’s too late. The nurse has already made her own conclusions. “I understand, Mrs. Bankole. We have busy lives. But children are so precious we have to make certain that they are in a safe home environment with fit parents. I just have a few more questions, Mrs. Bangole.” The most horrifying part of all this? Things have only gotten worse.
June slices into her ear to get rid of the tag. After finding her way to Nick in an abandoned building, June is instructed to shed her Handmaid clothes so she can continue with the next part of her escape. As her clothes are burning, she cuts the top of her ear open to remove the tag, just in case Gilead really was using them as GPS-like devices. The scene is not for everyone, especially if you’re scared of blood, but what June says next is chilling: “My name is June Osbourne. I am from Brookline, Massachusetts. I’m 34 years old. I stand 5’3” and bare feet. I weight 120 pounds. I have viable ovaries. I’m five weeks pregnant. I am free.”
Season 2, episode 2 (“Unwomen”):
“What will happen when I get out? I probably don’t have to worry about it, because there probably is no out.” June the narrator delivers these morbid words as she’s transported at night to her next destination. She quotes Aunt Lydia and tries to make light of the thought. “‘Gilead knows no bounds,’ Aunt Lydia said. ‘Gilead is within you. Like the spirit of the Lord.’ Or, the Commander’s cock. Or cancer.”
In a flashback, Emily is advised to change her phone home screen, which is a photo of her wife and their son. As her colleague, who is also gay, tells her, “It’s caution. An overabundance of caution. The new board of regents is concerned that you’re not maintaining a healthy learning environment.”
“Don’t waste it. She can’t even hold down water.” After Emily shares that someone found duck eggs and traded them for Tylenol, a fellow Unwoman suggests that she save them for another time instead of using it on the nearly lifeless body before them. This is how bad things are in the Colonies. “Maybe some mint tea could settle her stomach,” Emily offers.
June realizes a massacre happened at the Boston Globe offices. Not long after June sees a lone shoe in the abandoned office building, which turns out to be the Boston Globe offices, she makes her way to the basement, where printers used to run and where dozens of nooses are still hanging. She turns around to see a wall with hundreds of bullet holes.
In a flashback, Emily’s colleague at the school is hanged. This is the same colleague who warned her about her phone screen and who admitted that he himself took down all the photos of his partner as a precaution. This being The Handmaids Tale, it was too late.
In a flashback, Emily is separated from her wife and their son at the border in the name of “the law.” One of the most heartbreaking scenes of season two so far belongs to Emily and her Canadian wife Sylvia. When they present their marriage certificate to the first border patrol officer in hopes of catching a flight to Canada, he tells them, “[You were] smart to bring this. That will help for sure.” Again, it was too late. Gilead law had seemingly changed everything overnight, making their marriage illegal, or in the second border patrol officer’s words, “forbidden by the law.” When Emily asks, “What law?” He says, “The law.” In the same scene, Emily is also interrogated about how she conceived her son – was it her own egg or an implanted embryo? You don’t need guess very hard as to why this was asked.
Emily kills a Wife (Marisa Tomei). The Wife, who was recently punished and sent to the Colonies for committing “a sin of the flesh,” has a bad reaction to the radioactive shit in the Colonies (join the club). Emily gives her “expired” antibiotics, which turn out to be poison. “Every month you held a woman down while your husband raped her,” Emily says. “Some things can’t be forgiven. It’ll take a few more hours.” In the next scene, the Wife’s body is tied to a cross. The bell rings to signify that it’s time for another day of digging. Emily is the first to walk away.
June watches the Friends episode, “The One with Phoebe’s Uterus.” June finds an old Friends DVD and watches Monica describe the seven erogenous zones of a woman to Chandler. The scene is a classic for any longtime Friends fan. For June, it’s an eerie reminder of a time when women were free. Free to talk about sex. Free to tell a man how to please them. Free to star on one of NBC's most coveted Must See TV shows.
Season 2, episode 3 (“Baggage”):
June sees the Boston Logan Airport sign. She’s taken to another abandoned building, which is packed to the brim with stop signs, arrows, street names, and other billboards that have since been torn down by the Gilead regime.
In a flashback, June’s mom Holly (Cherry Jones) tells her she shouldn’t marry Luke. Technically, June first got together with her fiancé when he was married to someone else, but this isn’t why her mom disapproves. “June, you’re so young, you really want to take all that energy and passion and give it to a man?” Holly asks. “Luke is fine but come on, this country is going down the fucking tubes. It’s time to get out on the street and fight, not just play house.” Also of note: earlier in the scene, she asks June if she really likes her publishing job. “I sacrificed for you and it pisses me off that you’re settling.” Looking back, these concerns seem small compared to the realities of the Colonies, where Holly ended up (according to Atwood’s book and a video shown at the Red Center).
June finds a prayer rug at the home of a middle-class family. After the driver who was supposed to transport June to an airfield takes her into his own home, he and his wife (an Econowife) and their young son head to church with the rest of the neighborhood. While waiting for their return, an impatient June snoops around the apartment and at one point, suspicious that someone’s at the door, hides under the couple’s bed, only to find what appears to be an Islamic prayer rug and a copy of the Quran tucked underneath the bed frame. Under Gilead rule, of course, all other religions besides the Commanders’ specific branch of Christianity are deemed forbidden.
Erin speaks for the first time since escaping to Canada with Luke. Erin, a former Handmaid who now lives in Little America in Toronto with Luke and Moira, surprises everyone when she says, “Blessed be the Fruit Loops,” while munching on a bowl of the colorful cereal. “How long have you been holding onto that one?” asks Moira. “A while,” she says. Everybody laughs for what feels like the first time since the show began (in non-flashback clips).
June is caught. This isn’t so much shocking as it is terrifying. After the charter plane she boards is shot down, several Guardians make their way to June and pull her out as she tries to hold onto what’s left of the plane. Game over. Again.
Season 2, episode 4 (“Other Women”):
Serena Joy has a baby shower and one of the Wives tells her she’s “absolutely glowing.” The group also tells Serena she “deserves some joy” after her baby was “kidnapped.” When someone says it’s a shame she missed the baby’s first trimester and first kick, Offred, who’s sitting outside of the Wives circle, chimes in: “I felt the baby kick for the first time last night.” If you look closely, you can probably see steam coming out of Serena’s head.
Serena and Offred have a pre-birth ceremony with green and red string (which correspond to the color of their clothes). Similar to the birthing ritual seen on season one, a chant takes over the room, except this time, it’s Serena repeating, “Let the little children come to me,” a phrase from Matthew, Chapter 19, Verse 14. In response, the Wives chant back, “For such is the kingdom of heaven.”
June really broke a marriage when she first got together with Luke. In a flashback, Luke’s wife Annie confronts June after her yoga class and tells her to back off. “Give us the space to work on our marriage… we made vows before God. That means something. He’s a good man who wants to do the right thing, you have to let him do that.” In another flashback, June sees Annie at a coffee shop, not long after giving birth to Hannah.
Mayday’s gone silent. This, according to Ofrobert, who adds that Ofglen’s tongue has since been cut off for the whole not stoning Janine fiasco. “They’re done helping Handmaids,” she says. This could explain why Rita ended up giving the package of Handmaids letters back to Offred. Maybe Rita wasn’t actually afraid of getting caught by the Waterfords. Maybe no one contacted her about the letters at all during the whole time Offred was away.
The driver who housed June is hanged at the Wall. During a walk with Aunt Lydia, Offred is led to the Wall, where the body of the bread delivery truck driver is hanging. Instead of returning to their house on the last episode, the family was likely apprehended by Guardians and punished for taking in a Handmaid. As Aunt Lydia reveals to June, the wife will serve as a Handmaid and the son now lives with new parents. “Gilead has shown them mercy. They will have a chance at a better life.”
Serena spoons June at night and feels the baby bump. “All will be well… mama loves you,” Serena says to June’s stomach.
June begins to repeat phrases. This includes her saying “my fault” over and over again, and “We’ve been sent good weather.” Has she internalized her stress? Is she beginning to believe that everything is her fault, from breaking Luke’s marriage to the driver’s death?
Season 2, episode 5 (“Seeds”):
Offred sits in a tub of her own blood. The episode opens with her spotting but in a later scene, the bleeding has seemingly worsened. Afraid of getting discovered, she makes a pad of out toilet paper, gets dressed, drinks Lydia’s green stuff, and goes for a walk with Serena.
Nick gets married. And Offred is forced to watch (along with other Handmaids, Wives, and Commanders). The wedding ceremony is a group ceremony: a dozen or so Guardians are “honored” for their efforts and are rewarded with new brides. This is likely Commander Waterford doing damage control. Later, back at Nick’s apartment, Serena tells his new wife, Eden, that it’s her “duty to bear children,” adding that lust is not a sin if it’s between husband and wife. “It can bring you closer together, it should, anyway.”
Emily’s tooth falls out. The scene is brief but it serves as a horrifying reminder that everything is toxic and awful in the Colonies. This is what happens to everyone. If your teeth don’t fall out, your body will succumb to something else, like Kit, one of the older women who dies and is later buried in a mass grave.
Offred tries to kill herself, maybe. But Nick finds her in the mud, where she’s fallen. She wakes up at the hospital and uncovers her blankets to reveal that her baby is safe. “You’re tough, aren’t you,” she says to her baby. “I will not let you grow up in this place. I won’t do it. Do you hear me? They do not own you. And they do not own what you’ll become. I’m going to get you out of here. I’m going to get us out of here. I promise you. I promise.”
Season 2, episode 6 (“First Blood”):
Serena invites Offred’s Handmaid friends over for brunch at the house. “Were you surprised?” she asks Offred, before serving everyone a piece of what appears to be quiche. When Offred tries to make conversation by asking if anyone remembers that “great brunch” place (that existed before Gilead) that served “liberated omelet with eclectic potatoes,” Serena chimes in. “Magnolias… they had the most amazing banana nut pancakes. Who knows? Maybe we were there at the same time. Serendipity.” To cut the tension – and possibly take back the room – Offred announces that “someone’s awake” and asks if her Handmaid friends would like to feel the baby kick.
Someone shoots Serena (in a flashback). When Serena’s event at a university is met with protesters and scrapped for her safety, she is shot at and injured in her abdomen. The topic on hand was “A Woman’s Place,” with Serena telling the students, “The rate of birth has dropped 61 percent in the last 12 months.” In another flashback, at the hospital, Serena can be seen working on a speech with a frightened Fred and telling him to “be a man.” He eventually catches up to the shooter and kills the shooter’s wife to show him “what it was like to see my wife in pain.”
Nick says “I love you” to Offred. Newlywed Nick refuses to have sex with his wife Eden, who is, by the way, 15 years old. Offred warns him that if he doesn’t consummate the marriage, he will end up on The Wall. In response, he professes his love to Offred.
Ofglen blows up a building containing dozens of Commanders, including Waterford. At the opening ceremony for the Rachel and Leigh Center, a new, bigger Red Center, the Handmaids are lined up outside the building for a show-and-tell. In the middle of Waterford’s speech, Ofglen walks into the crowd of seated men, stares at her fellow Handmaids, almost as a way to tell them to run, and presses the detonator.
Season 2, episode 7 (“After”):
Fred is alive, but is pretty useless. Commander Waterford is shown recovering at a hospital, where it’s revealed that Commander Pryce (Nick’s under-the-table contact) was killed by the bombing. Commander Cushing (Greg Bryk) takes over Pryce’s duties and vows to find all those involved with the bombing. In a later scene, Cushing grills Offred at the Waterford home and hints that he knows she wasn’t “kidnapped.” Neighboring Marthas are killed under his command.
Moira had a baby for a couple in England before Gilead happened. In a flashback, Moira tells June that a nice couple from England has agreed to pay her $250,000 to use her egg (and presumably, the husband’s sperm) for a baby. The pregnancy happened shortly after the birth of June and Luke’s daughter, Hannah. Moira ended up having a boy, Gavin.
Moira was engaged to a doctor, Odette, before Gilead happened. Again, in a flashback, viewers learn that Moira struck up a romance with the doctor who monitored her pregnancy and facilitated the transfer of the baby to the couple from England. Moira and Odette (Rebecca Rittenhouse, who was most recently Anna in The Mindy Project) were also engaged. In present-day Little America, Moira reveals that Odette was rounded up and killed before the war. She confirms her worst nightmare at the US Consulate after going through binders that are literally full of photos of dead women who have yet to be identified. Moira later adds a photo of Odette to the growing memorial of Americans in Little America.
Janine and Emily are back as Handmaids. As Janine tells June at the market, Gilead faced a shortage of Handmaids following the bombing, so the Colonies stepped in. When June realizes Emily is also back, she introduces herself. “June. That’s my name. I never got a chance to tell you.” June then turns to another Handmaid and introduces her birth name, leading others to follow suit. It’s a beautiful, heartwarming scene that reminds everyone what they’re fighting for: Janine. June. Emily. Brianna. Alma. Dolores.
Serena helps June get rid of Commander Cushing with some help from Nick. And she’s just getting started. After Nick helps her forge documents to accuse Cushing of aiding terrorists, Serena drafts up new security orders to remove check points and have a lighter Guardian presence. She enlists June to edit the papers for her. “It’s about time things started getting back to normal around here, don’t you think?” Serena asks. For the first time, it’s suggested that Serena could very well be part of the resistance. In the episode’s closing scene, the two women sit in the Commander’s office, with Serena at his desk and June in a chair nearby. She clicks the pen, almost as an echo to Ofglen’s detonator, and gets to work.
Season 2, episode 8 (“Women’s Work”):
Serena gives June a flower and re-gifts her with the music box from season one. This happens after Fred returns home and the women are finished “covering” for him with writing and editing official Gilead documents. Perhaps it’s a reminder of June’s place as a Handmaid. Despite everything that’s happened between her and Serena in Fred’s absence, she is still a Handmaid, trapped in a box like this ballerina.
Janine sneaks in a Star Wars reference. When June says “Blessed be the fruit” during their walk to the supermarket, Janine returns with a chuckle: “May the force be with you.” She then updates everyone on her new Commander. “My posting’s great. It’s just the Ceremony. No blow jobs. Seriously, it’s like a blessing from God.” This leads Emily to remind everyone of their current situation: “Being raped is not a blessing… that bomb was a blessing.”
Serena “bends the law” to have a female doctor examine baby Angela, who is sick. After Fred refuses to grant a former doctor-turned Martha a one day pass to practice and examine the baby, Serena forges his signature anyway. When the doctor is changing into her scrubs, a male doctor is star struck. “I can’t tell you how excited I am to see you again. You probably don’t remember me, you actually trained my mentor. We met once at the 2012 ACOG meeting, a seminar on therapeutic hypothermia.” He hands over the stethoscope in one of the most powerful moments of the episode. Despite her expertise, she can’t help Angela.
But in doing so, is beaten horribly with a belt by Fred. “I did it for the child, what greater responsibility is there in Gilead?” Serena asks Fred when confronted about forging his signature for the doctor. After Fred says it’s her responsibility to “obey your husband,” he reminds her he never consented to her writing official memos. “I asked you to be my conduit, not my voice.” He orders her to bend over a chair, beats her with his belt, and forces Offred to watch.
Janine is allowed to see Angela (formerly Charlotte) at the hospital. When everyone is informed that nothing can be done for the baby, Janine is allowed to hold her daughter one last time. She eventually takes off her mask and gloves and kisses the baby. Everyone - Aunt Lydia, Serena, the Puntmas - is crying. The next morning, Lydia wakes up to find Janine in her underwear playing with the baby, who is alive and beaming, to everyone’s surprise. She sings Dusty Springfield’s “I Only Want to Be With You” as she continues playing with the baby.
Season 2, episode 9 (“Smart Power”):
Serena sees freedom in all forms. Not long after arriving in Canada with Fred, Serena looks out the window of her car and is reminded of what freedom once looked like in her own country. There are people on cellphones, people making out, and people talking on the street. At the hotel, she’s presented with her day’s official schedule: there are no words on the piece of paper, just pictures. Even in another country, she has to follow the rules of her own.
A man who describes himself as a “member of the American government” offers Serena a way out - and she refuses. A free trip to Honolulu is something no one should ever pass up, especially someone who currently calls Gilead home. When a man named Mark approaches Serena with this plan at the hotel bar, she politely declines: “So far all you’ve offered me is treason and coconuts.” He purposely leaves his pack of cigarettes and matches behind, which she quickly pockets. Later, when she’s unpacking, she finds the matches, which are from Honolulu. She holds onto them for a brief moment before throwing them into the fireplace in her bedroom.
Nick finds Luke in a bar. On the same night Luke confronts the Waterfords outside their hotel with a small group of protestors, Nick tells Luke everything he needs to know - almost. More importantly, he gives Luke the pack of letters from current Handmaids, Marthas, Jezebels, and other women in Gilead. Nick informs Luke that not only is Offred OK, she’s also pregnant (and lies that the father of the baby is Fred).
June asks Aunt Lydia to be her baby’s godmother. Per Serena, June is to leave immediately after the baby’s birth instead of staying for the first few months. For her baby’s safety, June asks both Rita and Aunt Lydia (in separate conversations) to be her child’s godmothers. Both agree, with Lydia revealing that she was a godmother to her own sister’s child before the war. “He died when he was four days old… it wasn’t my fault,” she says with tears in her eyes.
Luke and Moira anonymously publish the letters, which go viral. The Waterfords’ trip is immediately cut short, with a proud Canadian telling them, “You are no longer welcome in Canada.” Upon their arrival to the tarmac, the Waterfords are greeted with a sea of protestors holding signs that quote from the letters. Moira is one of them, holding a sign that says, “MY NAME IS MOIRA.” At one point, she makes direct eye contact with Fred.
Season 2, episode 10 (“The Last Ceremony”):
Emily’s Commander has a heart attack and falls over after their Ceremony. What’s more stunning is when the Commander’s wife asks Emily to get help, Emily says she’s busy; “Chances are better if I lay on my back afterwards.” She then kicks the Commander’s still body and stomps on his penis.
Fred and Serena rape June to induce labor. In one of the hardest scenes to watch this season, Fred and Serena conduct a last-minute Ceremony to (1) punish June for fooling them earlier in the day with false labor, which set off a grand gathering of people in the house, (2) induce labor, and (3) get June out of the house ASAP, as it’s been on Serena’s agenda as of late.
Fred arranges for June to see Hannah for 10 minutes. The meeting happens in an abandoned mansion located far away from the Waterford estate. Nick drives June, and Hannah is accompanied by a Martha and their guard. Hannah, now Agnes, asks her mom why she didn’t “try harder” to look for her. She also tells her she has new parents now. When she sees June’s stomach, she says without missing a beat, “You’re having a baby. You don’t get to keep it.”
Nick gets captured. Not long after Hannah leaves, two other guards arrive to confront Nick. There’s a struggle, but they end up taking him, not knowing that June is still inside the house. She tries to run after them in the snow (BTW, it’s snowing hard in Gilead right now), but she’s too late. Will she give birth by herself? Will Fred send for her?
Season 2, episode 11 (“Holly”):
Is that… Oprah? After finding the keys to a car that actually works, Offred turns on the engine and begins planning her escape. She fumbles with the radio until she hears a woman’s voice (a familiar-sounding voice) that says she’s broadcasting from “the Great White North.” The voice continues, “[T]he American government in Anchorage today received promises of economic aid from India and China. In the United Kingdom, additional sanctions on Gilead were announced, as well as plans to raise the cap on American refugees relocating from Canada. Now a tune to remind everyone who’s listening, American patriot or Gilead traitor, we are still here. Stars and stripes forever, baby.” As she signs off, Bruce Springsteen’s “Hungry Heart” plays.
Offred almost shoots Fred. Serena and Fred show up to the abandoned house - which turns out to be where Hannah (Agnes) was living with her new family - to look for Offred, who finds a rifle and waits for the perfect opportunity to shoot Fred. At one point, Serena calls Fred “stupid” and reminds him she now has “nothing.” She pushes him away, they leave. Offred keeps the gun.
Offred delivers her own baby. Her name is Holly, after June’s mother, who shows up in several flashbacks. Offred gives birth after firing the rifle several times outside, likely as a call for Fred and Serena to come get her. She tells her new daughter, “Your name is Holly. You have a big sister. Her name is Hannah. And one day, you’re gonna meet her.”
Season 2, episode 12 (“Postpartum”):
Nick is back. Somehow, Nick is back at the Waterford house. “There was an overzealous misunderstanding with other Guardians,” Fred says, before making Nick hang a portrait of Fred, Serena, and the baby. In a later scene, Nick joins Fred and Aunt Lydia, who make Offred see the baby to “prime the pump.” Offred, who’s since been living at the Red Center, immediately lactates. With some urging from Lydia, the Waterfords agree to let Offred back in - for the sake of the baby.
There’s a new Commander. Played by Bradley Whitford, Emily’s new Commander is Joseph, whose Wife spends most of her days in her room. What’s more shocking is that this Commander is the one who came up with the Colonies. “He came up with the whole thing,” the Wife tells Emily.
Serena tries to nurse the baby. Despite not having any milk, Serena tries to calm June’s baby, who’s been renamed Nicole by the Waterfords, by offering a boob.
Eden runs away with Isaac, the Guardian she’s in love with, and they are punished. And their punishment is a whole event at what used to be a public pool, with Commanders, Wives, Guardians, Handmaids, and Marthas watching from the bleachers. When Eden and Isaac are asked to “renounce your sins and plead for His mercy,” she starts reciting one of the most famous passages from 1 Corinthians 13:4-8a, which begins with, “Love is patient, love is kind.” Eden and Isaac are pushed into the pool below with the weighted metal balls that are chained to them. Upon their fall, other weights of people previously punished are revealed.
Season 2, episode 13 (“The Word”):
Eden kept a Bible and even wrote notes. As June points out to Serena, Eden was simply trying to understand God. This immediately makes her think of baby Nicole/Holly. “How are you going to keep her safe?” she asks Serena.
June finally says “I love you” to Nick. After a season’s worth of declarations from Nick, June finally returns the gesture while the two are alone with their daughter for the first time. “Look what we made,” she says to Nick, who’s holding the baby. “Holly. This is your daddy.”
Serena’s left pinky is chopped off. After Serena rallies a group of Wives to demand a change in Gilead rule before the Council, Serena is apprehended by Guardians and has her finger chopped off as punishment. What really sets Fred and the Council of men off is Serena’s reveal of Eden’s Bible. Even several Wives leave when she begins to read John 1:1 (“In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God…”).
Emily stabs Aunt Lydia. Literally in the back. Related: Emily’s new Commander wants no part in a Ceremony but is willing to lie about it. He told Lydia everything “went splendidly” despite the fact that he told Emily to go back to her room when the bell called everyone to participate.
June’s baby and Emily escape. With the help of a network of Marthas, June and baby Holly are whisked away to a tunnel underneath a train track. She sees Emily’s Commander saying goodbye to her – instead of punishing her for stabbing Lydia, he helps her escape. “God bless,” he says, repeating the words the last Martha says to June. When a truck comes by to pick everyone up, June hands Emily her baby. “Call her Nicole,” she says, using Serena’s preferred name for the baby. June turns around and heads back to find Hannah, presumably.
You Might Also Like