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"Orphan Black" is a mystery series about several women that look exactly alike, who lead extremely different lives. Sarah was a street wise woman who is running away from her past of bad decisions. One night she witnesses the suicide of a stranger, only to discover that the dead woman looks exactly like her. The mystery deepens when a killer is on the loose and Sarah assume the identity of a police officer to try to track down this offender, before he strikes again. Sarah's motivation is mostly about the investigation, but also the thoughts of her daughter Kira who is living with a foster family.
Each time a clue surfaces there are only more questions on how the greater mystery connects with certain people and places. The journey to the truth has a lot of strange characters along the way. Abusive boyfriends, loving partners and a lot of mysterious memories that don't fit in any particular order. Sarah works hard to find the killer while always on her guard against being exposed as a fraud. Truth and lies are often tangled together in a web woven by fates that are unknown to Sarah and the other characters involved.
Cities are not particularly mentioned adding to the suspense of the plot. Crazy things are sure to happen at anytime to Sarah and the other doubles that are among the normal populace. It is a ride into a reality, yet unseen by a normal person in everyday life. Sarah, the ever street wise chameleon, is faced with dangers that could end her life at any given time at the hands of the killer at large who's indentity is still a mystery.
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Paul discovers the truth of Coady's plans for Castor and he ends up having to make a dangerous play.
Helena and her sestra are reunited at the Castor camp when Sarah is captured. As Sarah suffers testing, Paul appears to chide her; but his allegiances are beginning to strain. While the Leda family worries about Sarah's absence, Gracie 'breaks Amish' under the care of Mrs. S and an unwilling Felix. Cosima falls hard for an internet date, Shay.
Leda and Castor try to find the original clone DNA. Mark and Gracie are after new leads.
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Sarah has made a lot of dumb decisions over the course of this show, but if this episode was good for anything, it was Sarah finally, FINALLY being a good parent. Here's what happened this week, by clone: Helena Things get worse for Helena before they get better, as the clandestine military group holding her submits her to a "stress test," which is basically just waterboarding. Fortunately, Dr. Virginia Coady comes in and stops that, having just found out that Helena is pregnant.
Welcome back, Clone Club! It's finally time for season three, so hopefully you caught that wild "previously on" montage because there's a lot going on. Like, a lot. We open with Helena, as she dreams up her ideal scenario: sitting in Allison's backyard, having her baby shower with all of her sestra's present (and Cosima in traditional Ukranian garb). That's all a dream, of course, as we know that Mrs. S sold Helena out to get Sarah and Kira out of Dyad.
Are you ready for a binge-watch? If you already blew through all of Netflix's "Daredevil" and need something else to watch, now is your chance to get caught up on the amazing "Orphan Black" (assuming you haven't watched it already). The first season of the hit BBC America sci-fi drama will be available to stream for free on Amazon this Friday starting at 12:01 AM, even if you don't have Prime. However, it will only be available for 24 hours, so make sure you start early and binge like a pro.
Good news, Clone Club: "Orphan Black" is getting another season! The BBC America genre drama has officially been renewed after a nail-biter of a week following the season two finale. The ratings for the show remained on the weaker side during the second season, though it did end up with about 1.3 million viewers for the season two finale. However, other metrics were strong for the show. Though the ratings weren't huge, they were still double what the show brought in during its first season.
Overall, the list of nominations for this year's Emmy Awards is encouraging. Gone are most of the crappy network sitcoms (except for one) that gummed up the works and blocked the likes of "Louie" from getting nominated. However, no matter what, there will always be at least one big snub. This year, that snub is Tatiana Maslany of "Orphan Black." And it's a big one. Whatever you think of the BBC America genre show's convoluted sci-fi plot, there's no denying that Maslany is a huge talent.
Welcome back, Clone Clubbers! Romance was in the air this week on "Orphan Black," as a handsome, bearded man from Sarah's past showed up, and we saw what we're pretty sure was a wedding. Yikes. So, here's what's happening to all the clones: Sarah Sarah, Felix and Kira continue their life on the run by camping out in the stolen pick-up truck, peeing in fields, stepping in cow dung and using Kira to shoplift from convenience stores. Sarah is obviously still not mother of the year, but hey, at least she told Kira that they only steal from people when they absolutely have to.
"Orphan Black" is back, baby! The storylines are only getting more complicated as we go along, so here's a recap of what happened to each clone during the season two premiere: Alison Oh, Alison. You are the best thing to happen to this show. Never change. Alison is in a musical at the local community theater, and while her sort-of murder of Ainsley hasn't solved her monitor issue, it has given her the lead role! So that's something. Alison is visited soon by a very high and assless-chapped Felix, who has a special request: He and Sarah need a gun so that Sarah can confront Rachel and get Kira back.