Luke. Hi. This is so weird. And I'm sorry. I'm sorry about that. But there are some things that I need to tell you that I couldn't before. I can't imagine what you thought when you met Nichole. But you were probably thinking a lot less about her journey across the border and more about her journey into the world. It's not easy to tell you this, cause I am ashamed. I had to build a life here. Of a sort. And you should too. You deserve a life, a full life, Luke. You deserve love. And you'll always have mine, but I understand if you maybe need more than that. I need you to know that Nichole, she was born out of love. Her real name's Holly. And her... Her father is a driver named Nick. You met him. He helped me to survive. I need to believe that you can forgive me. I'm not the woman you remember. She's part of me. But I'm doing what I need to, to survive. You should, too. No, you... You have to. You have to for Hannah. It's all for her, Luke. This is all for her. I promise you, I am trying to get to her. I love you.


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The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Episode 5: "Unknown Caller"
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The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Episode 5 Quotes

June: Blessed day, Commander.
Commander Lawrence: The answer is no. You want something. I can tell.
June: I just need to know if my husband is safe.
Commander Lawrence: I don't know. Does he use a seat belt? Does he watch his blood pressure? That's the silent killer, you know.
June: They know where he is now. They know he has my daughter.
Commander Lawrence: And isn't that what you wanted?
June: Do you think they would try to hurt him?
Commander Lawrence: They?
June: Do you think he's in danger?
Commander Lawrence: We're all in danger.

Fred: I thought this is what you wanted. Our daughter's safe. In Canada.
Serena: I'm grateful.
Fred: But? Help me understand. What is it that you want?
Serena: I want to be with her, but that's impossible. I just want this to be over.