The web’s response GIFS for The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 finale are on level
The Handmaid’s Tale‘s fourth season came to a very satisfying (albeit brutal) end on Wednesday, June 16, 2021, that finally gave viewers what they’ve been ready 4 lengthy seasons: some rattling revenge. After watching ladies be raped, tortured, and killed for 4 entire years, our hero June lastly received to have the final, and violent, phrase.
But first, let’s make amends for how The Handmaid’s Tale‘s fourth season ended. Spoilers abound, simply FYI.
Season 4 noticed June lastly make it to Canada after struggling for 5 years in Gilead the place she was held captive, raped, and brutalized. Unfortunately, all that freedom solely introduced her some PTSD and a severed relationship along with her husband Luke.
Struggling to seek out any sense of pleasure in Canada, as a result of you understand, of the 5 years of servitude and sexual abuse, June learns that The Waterfords are in Canadian custody and about to face trial for his or her many abuses. To help, June offers a heartbreaking and transferring testimony, detailing being raped for years by Fred.
Then, to June’s horror, she learns that the Canadian authorities has granted immunity to The Waterfords in change for his or her intel about Gilead. Fred is shortly going to go away Canadian jail as a free man. June is, naturally, infuriated and informed by principally everybody, together with her husband, to only “move on,” like that’s a factor she will do. Then, June, being the badass that she is, organizes an settlement with the Canadian intelligence and her contacts again in Gilead over Fred’s destiny.
With the assistance of Commander Lawrence and June’s lover Nick, Gilead frees 22 ladies in change for Fred’s life. But sending Fred again to Gilead to face trial isn’t sufficient for June, who has demonstrated to us all through Season 4 that she is 1000% out for blood.
So, June and Nick by some means pull off a caper that entails sending Fred out into “no man’s land” the place he’s confronted within the woods by June and a small military of different ladies refugees from Gilead, who assault Fred, mauling him to dying.
Near the top of the episode, nonetheless lined in Fred’s blood, June cradles her daughter Nichole and seemingly says goodbye to her husband as she plots her subsequent chapter, no matter which may be? A revenge tour of Gilead? Becoming the angel of dying? It’s anybody’s guess.
The last shot of the collection is Fred’s headless physique hanging from a wall, subsequent to the inscription, “Nolite te Bastardes Carborundorum,” aka “don’t let the bastards grind you down.”
“Don’t let the bastards grind you down.” I’m actually so glad I saved up with The Handmaid’s Tale, or I’d by no means have watched such a passable season finale. Praised be. pic.twitter.com/AhbTe2R6Hc
— Faeeja is a Meme (@mistghost1398) June 16, 2021
Regardless… after 4 lengthy years of being subjected to feminine torture as leisure (why can we watch this? Seriously, I’m asking for myself), the web lastly received the catharsis it was eager for, and rattling, it seems that it’s attainable to be each elated and traumatized without delay.
— Crossbow (@Liquorags) June 17, 2021
Just watched the season finale of The Handmaid’s Tale. I’m tremendous. pic.twitter.com/R0mqbdYZPE
— Alexis Monteith 🇯🇲🇮🇹 (@AlexisMonteith) June 16, 2021
my response watching the final 10 minutes of The Handmaid’s Tale season 4 finale pic.twitter.com/VG2pqeoUO2
— sierra 💘☮️ (@_SierraMoses_) June 17, 2021
the season finale of the handmaid’s story was the perfect factor ever, it gave me a lot JOY watching THAT scene i used to be screaming and clapping pic.twitter.com/ZvD06C0oKs
— Nessa (@Almasphantom) June 16, 2021
— Jermaine Anthony (@jermainej5) June 16, 2021
Thank you for that very satisfying season finale, The Handmaid’s Tale. pic.twitter.com/34fkgAisPN
— HobbitWomanz (@HWomanz) June 16, 2021
— Alicia (@Alicia_Strunk) June 16, 2021
The present has already been renewed for Season 5. I can’t even think about what OMFG moments they’ve left in retailer for us.