The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 Ep7 was total hypocrisy! Titled ‘Under His Eye,’ we saw this society for what it is. These are your highlights! Gilead wants everyone to be pious and blessed, but they are such hypocrites!
The Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 Ep7 shows us so much of the hypocrisy running rabid throughout Gilead. It’s no secret that the government of Gilead are hypocrites, but this season they keep showing us. Its unreal!
The biggest hypocrisy is the use of the Handmaids. Handmaids are now hanging people. They give life and they take it away. This is the worst. They hang Marthas they know, as well as other Handmaids. It’s just a crazy form of psychological torture that they put the Handmaids through.
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This whole episode straddles Boston and Washington. We get an inner look at Washington, which shows us all the hypocrisy. It’s not just the very high up Commander being gay, but the Commanders’ wives implying they want to sleep with the waiters at the ball.
Commander Winslow tells Fred that it’s better for Nicole to stay in Canada, so Gilead has leverage over them. Fred agrees and he basically tells Serena they need to wait, but honestly Fred definitely doesn’t care if Nicole comes back. He’s won Serena back and it was evident with the dance they do at the ball.
There are so many more hypocrisies in this episode! ‘Under his Eye’ does not show a pious Gilead, but one that is cruel, manipulative, and no different than any other evil government.
Let me know what you think of the Handmaid’s Tale Season 3 so far and what did you think about all of these hypocrisies?
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