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Stunning images can only mildly deflect the gruesome inequalities that The Handmaid's Tale continues to purport.
The twist came out of left field...there's only so much betrayal June (and the audience) can take.
There isn't a lot that happens in this episode, and that's okay for the most part. The revelations will work enough to push it forward, and this episode is especially breathtaking with its visuals.
Of course, this is Gilead, so everything's gotta go terribly wrong at some point. And that point arrives...
This week's trip to D.C. also reminded viewers how violent the take over was at the heart of the government, and how oppressed those who dwell there remain.
The show maintains the element of surprise.
Household directed by Dearbhla Walsh... is a highlight of a sluggish third season.
With mourning violin strings evoking sorrowful reverence for a bygone era, "Household" can make the viewer feel for an era that wasn't as dreary.
My sincerest hope is that the powers that be stop trying to be the shocking, timely The Handmaid's Tale and instead settle for being The Handmaid's Tale, which was already both of those things.
The Handmaid's Tale's insistence that we care about Serena Joy and her redemption-after episodes and episodes of back-and-forth motion-has become confounding.
Ultimately, "Household" is a neat/horrifying bit of world-building.