He also implied that she could get pregnant and have her own biological child, since the Americans had solved the infertility problem (wonder if they shared their information with Mexico? We never did find out if the chocolate-for-Handmaids deal went ahead). There are times when I watch or read the latest godawful crap Trump is saying or doing and think to myself, 'If Canada decides to build a wall to keep him out of our country, I'd help build the damn thing myself, even though I live hundreds of miles from the border.'" (ordinary tourists and dual citizens would still be welcome - no government lackeys, though; it's a safe bet that while Justin Trudeau is PM, Trump will never be invited for an official state visit, nor will he be invited to address Parliament, as there would be massive security concerns and a super-massive protest). DNA also proves that Serena is not the mother. Since neither June nor Nick are in Canada and won't be for the foreseeable future, the only hope of establishing Holly/Nicole's parentage is if Luke managed to save anything that might still have a trace of June's DNA on it (he did manage to salvage a couple of things from the site where they were taken, such as Hannah's stuffed toy). We know from Jezebel's that Fred raped Moira at least once (he knew her as "Ruby"). Emily was part of Mayday before she was caught with the Martha, and she knew Nick was an Eye. My point is that there is a distinct difference in attitude between the diplomatic visit and the confrontation Moira and Emily had with the PM. The latter was NOT a PM who would tolerate a subordinate being in charge of kicking the Waterfords out and stating, "We believe the women." We're having a federal election in October, so I'm very focused on Federal politics right now and what the various parties' attitudes are on various topics (FYI to non-Canadian posters here: We have FOUR major federal parties, and two fringe parties that will pick up votes from the top three major parties). I can't tell if the Canadian storyline in the show was meant to scream out that there must have been an election between these two episodes and the Reformacons won, but it does. It's like a neon billboard as far as I'm concerned. If that's what the writers intended, they should damn well say so. If not, it shows that they're just making stuff up and don't care about how the nuances of federal politics here would make a difference in how Canada deals with Gilead, Fred and Serena, the refugees, how much help they're given, and whether or not they would be extradited back to Gilead. I realize that this show isn't supposed to be a documentary on Canadian federal politics and 99.9% of American viewers don't know the difference and don't care. But I've asked this on the YT pages: If I made a show that included U.S. political content and it mattered to the story, wouldn't they prefer that I actually made an effort to research it to make it make sense? Some American viewers are confused by this, so I've been explaining my theory - that there's been an off-screen election, a different party won and changed its attitude and policies, and the writers were too lazy to make that clear. I assume you mean three seasons. Even the writers can't do basic math, with their "it's been five years" bullshit. It's been at least 6 years, edging on 7 since June's capture. Just count the pregnancies, periods of breastfeeding, add in the 6 months or so of June's initial indoctrination at the Red Centre, plus the fact that the Waterfords are NOT her first assignment. In the novel each assignment lasts 3 years (evidently it's 2 in the show, longer if a pregnancy is achieved). So even the show's own writers can't count.