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[Watch-Online] The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 9 Full Series
[Watch-Online] The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 9 Full Series. The wait is over and let's make it happen anyway all the fans as we are ready to watch for this episode, The Handmaid's Tale season 2 episode 9: Smart Power. The plot line looks great, The Waterfords embark on a diplomatic trip abroad. Serena faces the temptation of life outside Gilead. Luke and Moira grapple with survivor’s guilt. Offred seeks support from allies.
"Women's Work" reminder here, Offred helps Serena to complete Fred's work while he is too ill from his bomb injuries to do so himself. Serena tells Offred that Janine's child is sick, and Offred arranges for Janine to see the baby. Serena unsuccessfully petitions Fred to allow the sick child to be seen by a Martha who prior to the Gilead revolution was one of the nation's top neonatologists. Upon his refusal, Serena forges her husband's signature in order to facilitate this. When Fred discovers this, he beats Serena with his belt as Offred is forced to watch.
Meanwhile, Eden is working hard to please Nick, but after rearranging his garret and uncovering the bundle of handmaids' letters he is keeping safe for Offred, he becomes aggressive towards her, demanding that she never touch his belongings. The episode ends with Janine singing to and bouncing her child as she gurgles happily; Janine is in a state of undress, paying tribute to the theory that skin-to-skin maternal contact can solve a variety of infant maladies.
Let's watch for it finally fans, The Handmaid's Tale season 2 episode 9: Smart Power. On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season has an approval rating of 94% based on 68 reviews, with an average rating of 8.4/10.
The site's critical consensus reads, "Beautifully shot but dishearteningly relevant, The Handmaid's Tale centers its sophomore season tightly around its compelling cast of characters, making room for broader social commentary through more intimate lenses." On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 86 out of 100 based on 28 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".