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It gives an insightful look into what comes next, and these dual narratives are as compelling as ever.
As becomes rather clear in "Mary and Martha," the architect of Gilead may not be the power-hungry misogynist that his commander brethren are, but he's also not the hero he seemed...
There is no happily ever after for any of these characters. All they can hope for is an after.
This is where Handmaid's excels: Breaking your heart by way of hairline fractures.
Blessed be the fruit, things are finally picking up in Gilead.
While this episode's nightmare...struggles a bit with pacing after a promisingly complex start, its quieter moments, mostly involving Emily's transition into life in Little America in Canada, is as rich and thoughtful as this show's best moments.
This is the story line I'd been hoping for in season two - an inside look at how to bring down an autocracy from the inside out.