When Luke left the celebration, I have to ask if he was wondering what had they really accomplished? So, now Fred and SJ can head back to Gilead and take out their anger on June? Yes, Fred got kicked out of Canada, but how does that help the ex-pats family and friends in Gilead? I also have to wonder if he was thinking about his mother-in-law (Holly) at that moment. Since they arrived in Canada, the ex-pats have been sitting around, drinking coffee and posting photos of their loved ones where only they will see the photos. Holly would have been organizing protests, getting the ex-pats who had connections to use those connections to publicize what has and is happening to the rest of the world. I think Holly would have had a large group of protestors at the airport and been rocking that car, breaking the window glass on the car, blocking the steps to the plane . . . finding a way to get Fred and SJ put in a jail in Canada. I think that would have been an interesting story line: to see SJ in jail, telling her that June had the baby and having SJ's face rubbed in the fact she couldn't go through a ritual labor/delivery and that the baby wasn't hers. I think it would have broken SJ.
Maybe Luke will start organizing the ex-pats to take action to pressure the rest of the world to bring an end to Gilead so he can reunite with June and Hannah.