The Handmaid's Tale Season 3 Episode 8: "Unfit" Quotes
I hurt her, and I enjoyed it. The wives and aunts too. Grieving over Ofandys dead child. And Lawrence, they all deserve to suffer. Its an acquired taste seeing others in pain. Like that smoky scotch, Luke got as a gift once. I grew to like that.June
Jim: Is there really enough here to trigger an emergency removal?
Lydia: The child is vulnerable to a corrupting influence. We are required by law to report moral weakness, Mr. Thorne.
Aunt Lydia: Tell your friends to cool it.
June: I'm sorry, Aunt Lydia. I don't know what you're talking about. You want to take my tongue out? Burn my arm? Better hope they don't need me on TV again for Nichole.
Aunt Lydia: Get on the bus, dear. I don't think we'll take you all home just yet.
Jim: Hard to believe teaching's your second career.
Jim: You're a natural.
Lydia: Well, family law was good practice. I mean, the system now is better because it's all been privatized, but then it was very frustrating. 'Cause you couldn't help as many children as you wanted to. You know?
Jim: I've never seen anyone so devoted. I've always admired you.
Lydia: I'm fond of you too.
Commander Lawrence: So. A boy or a girl? Mrs. Lawrence will want to know.
Commander Lawrence: Oh. Well. She... She doesn't have to know that when you tell her. Maybe you could spend some time with her tomorrow. Playing Cards or something. You're... You're good with her. You're good for her. Anyway.
June: You act like you care about your wife. I mean, I... I know you don't give a shit about the rest of us. But you do realize that this world that you built here is destroying her. And that with one phone call, you could have her out. But you're keeping her hostage. You're not protecting her. You're killing her.
Commander Lawrence: I'll bet that felt good.