Prime Minister and I Episode 9 Recap

The Handmaid’s Tale frequently makes subtle but pointed references to US culture and politics, from the campus free speech debate referenced through flashback in an earlier episode this season to this week’s “we believe the women” and “we all know the media doesn’t care much about the truth these days” lines, clear nods to the MeToo movement’s stance and Trump’s rhetoric respectively. It was sheer luck that brought the show poignancy this week however, it just so happening to air an episode about Gilead seeking diplomacy and a better relationship with Canada at a time when the real-world President of the United States is calling the Canadian prime minister “weak” and “very dishonest” and his trade advisor is claiming there is a “special place in hell” for Trudeau. Had a scripted TV show depicted in its second season a US president cosying up to a dictator who keeps a sizeable chunk of his population in labour camps and starting a trade war with its neighbour, we would have declared it fanciful and over-the-top, which is why the ongoing state of US politics justifies The Handmaid’s Tale ‘s existence and bolsters its importance more with each shocking turn. Unsurprisingly, the in-show Canada wasn’t swayed by Gilead’s vision for a society based around the intellectual suppression and ritualised rape of women, of which Fred Waterford was an emissary, and his trip ended fairly disastrously. Serena was along for the ride north doing her best Melania, finding herself spectating longingly as Canadian passers-by went about a regular life and, in one of the most thrilling scenes this season, having a semi-flirtatious encounter with an operative of the sidelined American government who offered her not just freedom but a chance to try and right her wrongs by telling her story. Serena’s redemption arc has been brewing for some time now, and the show is too smart to have her simply decide ‘ah, go on then’ and join the resistance, at least not yet. It was painful to watch as she not only turned the American’s offer down but later burned the matches he gave her as a reminder that the option’s always there. Too far down the rabbit hole, she destroyed her only hope of a better life that said, she kept the cigarette box he gave her, right? Back in Gilead, Offred somehow managed to find fresh agonies to go through, asking Rita to watch out for her child after she has been kicked out of the house post-birth. That June found some small joy in Rita’ acceptance shows just how bleak her situation has become.

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As Cha and Hae-Ri scramble to find Jerome, Prime Minister Hong finally makes his move, leaving things wide open for the final two episodes of this action thriller. In the aftermath of what happened before, Joo-Cheol sits before Min and grills him over his involvement. He tells him to write everything down before leaving the room. At the same time, we return to Cha receiving his mysterious phone call, told to turn around where Lilly sits in her car across the street.

It turns out the video has been sent from Jessica and she wants to see him. Hanging up, Lilly drives off leaving Cha to phone Hae-Ri and tell her what happened.

Valerie and Lucille in season 9 of ‘Call the Midwife. Recap the previous episode, and read recaps of the previous three seasons. is the same as Bonnie’s—he’s dating and has impregnated both of them. She asks for two last things as she fades: a minister, and for Valerie to wear her midwife uniform.

Happy National Dog Day! Is ‘Selling Sunset’ Fake? Chrissy Teigen Questions if Agents are Real. As everyone else tries to avoid her like the plague, she and Charles have a lovely little moment. We have come to a great moment in British history: the unbelievably brave and doughty coal miners who brought the government to a half by shutting down every mine in the country. Philip, who has a delightful little bitchy gossipy streak, obviously wants to tell Liz all the gossip about Heath being gay.

Camilla, however, is actually taking this call with Andrew Parker Bowles in the room , and I must admit my heart sunk for the lad.

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Hoon as the kingmaker — or the queen-maker. However, one thing we should also remember is that Gaeddong lived for this kind of high-risk adventure. Remember what she said in Episode 1? The higher the risk, the greater the reward.

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Warning: This post contains spoilers for season 3 of The Crown. The Crown wastes no time communicating the change in its main cast. Age is rarely kind to anyone. Nothing one can do about it. One just has to get on with it. Elizabeth dismisses it as idle gossip, but tucks it away in the back of her mind. While one royal couple appears to be getting on well, another is showing signs of trouble: Much to the chagrin of Princess Margaret Helena Bonham Carter , her husband Antony, Earl of Snowdon Ben Daniels , skips their lunch together to go take pictures of election day.

She asks for some help brushing up on the Early Modern Period. The queen goes for another visit, this time with a former PM. Even worse, Elizabeth still has to give her speech paying tribute to him at the exhibition of her collection. You can trust numbers.

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The King: Eternal Monarch has been a bit of a slow burn but boy has its second half of episodes stepped it up a gear. With lots of unraveling pieces still left to be put back together, some of the bigger mysteries of the series are starting to be answered now, including just who was inside the palace all those years ago. She finishes by offering up a sincere apology. When she leaves, Lee Gon immediately speaks to National Forensics, requesting they look into Gi-Hwan and see if the marks are the same on his body too.

Meanwhile, Koo finds herself face to face with Tae-Eul in the hallway. Eun-Sup meanwhile manages to help catch another assailant at the hospital, where Lee Gon and his men stand waiting at the doorway.

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Here we recap and discuss episodes 9 of The King 2 Hearts. Caution, spoilers below. This episode leads off with Bong Gu meeting with Jae Ha. As they sit down to eat, Jae Ha brags about how Hang Ah made the dish the his mom taught her, which prompts Bong Gu to ask rather informally if he likes her. Suddenly, happy-go-lucky Jae Ha is replaced by a king who very much does not like the how Bong Gu is addressing his future queen.

Jae Shin finally notices and is embarrassed about what happened and so yells at him to get out. Shi Kyung is so flustered and confused that the only thing he can do is reveal his gift: a talking parrot that he claims fixed its leg by exercising. He continues to dig himself deeper in trouble by trying to show her it can sing. I love this couple.

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Everyone has gathered at Nampara for a celebratory feast. Instead, Ned gets thrown in prison on charges of high treason. Score one for team Dwight. Meanwhile, George has fully recovered his senses and is back to his old tricks — namely, plotting to destroy Ross and getting more deeply involved in the slave trade. His new best friend Ralph Hansen introduces him to his partner and mysterious man with the falcon.

Ross gives a rousing anti-slavery speech in Parliament. The Warleggans, Hansen, and Merceron hatch a plan to plant evidence that indicates Ross and Ned support Catholic emancipation, a serious crime. But he does their work for them by publicly joking about assassinating the king while Kitty begs him to shut up. Listen to your wife, for once, Ned! As per usual, Ross has left Demelza at home in Cornwall to run the mine.

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We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The tense episode shows June begin to lose her mind when she is forced to stay in the same spot for over a month. Driven almost to the point of madness by the waiting, at one point, June attempted to suffocate Ofmatthew with a pillow but when her heart monitor goes off, she abandoned the attempt. June was then joined by her fellow handmaids including Janine Madeline Brewer to pray for Ofmatthew in the hospital room.

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On top of his reputation of being an honest man of the utmost integrity, he’s also a widower as his wife died in a car accident 7 years ago and raises his three children alone. But what the public doesn’t know is that despite his perfect image, Yul is actually a struggling father devoid of even the most basic of parenting skills. Nam Da-jung is a year-old tabloid reporter. She has been working for her paper for three years, and is in charge of covering romance scandals.

She is actually a very clumsy woman, constantly making mistakes and embarrassing herself. She once dreamed of becoming a novelist like Jane Austen ; however, in a society where one cannot make money out of “arts and culture,” becoming an author is a distant dream for her. In the end, she ends up using her writing and editing skills, as well as her photographer’s eye to become a reporter for Scandal News.

Because of her Alzheimer’s -afflicted father’s extended stay in a nursing home, she has to work tirelessly to support him.

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A burglar has broken into Sungkyunkwan and for some strange reason, all evidence points to Yoon-hee, which means that our heroes have to play detective and find the real culprit. But first, we need to get the angst out of the way. God help me.

After their date, Hoon decides he needs to keep Jae Hee safe and get her far away He has to do the heart surgery on the Prime Minister No matter how much I want to like Doctor Stranger, episodes 9 and 10 have made.

The episode begins with a back tie benefit dinner and President Kirkman talking to the Ambassador of Bultan, hoping to get him to persuade the Prime Minister of his country to secure the release of Matthew Jennings Gage Munroe. Matthew was arrested on a charge of graffiti. She wants him to invite Frost to lunch to give her time to sneak into her house and find the evidence she needs.

He asks why him, and she says because he has the best interests of the President in mind. Early the next day, the President and his staff talk about the death of the ambassador and how it will effect negotiations trying to get Matthew home. Even though he died of a heart attack, everyone agrees it smells of foul play. Ritter teams up with Chuck Russink Jake Epstein to investigate the ambassador.

Working together, they discover the ambassador had a lavish lifestyle and owned a ranch but seemed to have financial issues. In the press room, Seth Wright Kal Penn is handling the questions about Matthew when one of the reporters receives an alert that says Matthew has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. Kirkman talks to the Prime Minister of Bultan to try to make a deal to get the kid out, and the Prime Minister wants an agreement signed giving Bultan control of the Pulu islands.

Seeing no other option, Kirkman agrees to the deal.

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