June: Did anyone ever ask you to be a Godmother, in the time before?
Aunt Lydia: I will make allowances for girls in your condition, but not for insolence.
June: This baby is going to come into this house very soon, and in my experience, any man who would hurt a woman would hurt a child.
Aunt Lydia: What are you saying?
June: I'm saying... I'm saying this baby needs protection.
Aunt Lydia: I would never ever let anything happen to a baby.
June: Praise be. Aunt Lydia, thank you.


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The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 9: "Smart Power"
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The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 Episode 9 Quotes

Serena Joy: Offred, I've given it some thought, and you'll be leaving the house as soon as the baby is born.
June: No. Handmaid's stay until the baby is weaned.
Serena Joy: I think we've all had more than enough of one another, don't you?
June: [shakes her head no while saying] Yes, Mrs. Waterford.

This trip is for the baby. We're building his future. You're a crucial part of that. The Canadians think women here are oppressed, that they're voiceless. I need you to show them a strong Gilead wife. Look to find a virtuous woman for her price is far above rubies. Why don't you get cleaned up?

Fred