At the beginning of the 8th episode, June (role played by the actress Elisabeth Moss) chops her hair by herself while watching in the mirror. New liberty and new her. With this new energy, she is feeling like a lady once more. June also in a support team which is organized by Moira (role played by the actress Samira Wiley). The topic of Waterford’s “Endorsement of Charges hearing” arise- June informs the tram she can’t wait to visit to give her testimony. Later on, June informs Moira that she conception she had have many things in usual with the team-she awe why the ladies are not enraged. It looks like June also wants the other sufferer to take out their familiar feelings in front of her, even though the pain and the trauma are complex.
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In the library, Emily gets annoyed by a lady who tries to have a talk with her, so Moira and June assist her. Emily did not inform them who the lady is at first. After a while, June asks that who is Iris Baker is (the lady who is in the library). Emily describes she already knows her by the name “Aunt Irene”, who was allocated to a district before the meeting with June at Gilead. June somewhere knows that Emily should face her and “utter all out” to get the feeling of relaxation but Emily lifts up that “we are not the same”.
Emily’s words come for the 1st time that a role has talked up since June meet with freedom, there is exasperation and identification that June is not like the same one that she was previously used to be but the question is why she would be?
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In the previous episode, Luke was impressively understanding and provisional. Luke talks to June and informs her that he informed the USA Government Official Mark about the things that where she met with Hannah in Gilead- she gets irritated that June goes out and leaves Luke and Moira in a similar room. Luke talks to Moira and says he feels like June is behaving odd and it feels like she is a stranger and he doesn’t know what to do.