June support group - The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 8
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June gives a verbal statement in court that details the abuse Fred and Serena put her through when she was her handmaid.

The Waterfords' lawyer cross-examines June and tries to make her out to a willing participant.

June and Fred come to blows in the courtroom.

As the Waterfords exit the court room, they learn they have supporters in Canada.

June finally tells Luke the truth about what happened the last time she saw Hannah.

June forces Emily to confront her past by hearing what a former aunt has to say.

Aunt Irene comes to the support group and tries to apologize for her actions, but Emily refuses her apology.

Emily later goes to talk to Aunt Irene and finds that she has hanged herself. 

Emily feels happy over Aunt Irene's death and the rest of the other former handmaids talk about what they'd like to do to their former commanders.

In Gilead, Aunt Lydia loses her cool and tases another aunt and a handmaid.

Commander Lawrence talks with her and informs her that her behavior is unacceptable.

He lets her know Janine is alive and in their custody.

Aunt Lydia goes to talk to Janine, who begs her not to be put back into service.

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The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 Episode 8 Quotes

Moira: Anger is a valid emotion. It’s necessary, important even to heal, but we can’t live there.
June: Why not?
Moira: June.
June: Why does healing have to be the only goal? Why can't we be as furious as we feel. Don’t we have that right?

Luke, I need to tell you something. I need to tell you something about the last time I saw Hannah.