Orphan Black (2013– )
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With Paul missing, Sarah is forced to confront the conspiracy head on. But when Paul learns Sarah has kept essential information from him, the fragile trust between them threatens to shatter. Meanwhile, Cosima grows closer to Delphine and the dangerously fascinating Dr. Leekie.

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Paul now knows the truth about Beth, Sarah and the cloning. He has a meeting with his handler Olivier but keeps his knowledge of the information to himself. Cosima suspects that Delphine is her monitor and is confident she can control their relationship and any fallout that may occur. Helena is recovering from her wounds but tells Sarah she wants the names of the other clones. The police meanwhile have determined that the victim from the gravel pit and the killer in the bathroom have identical DNA. They assume it must be the same person or that the samples were tampered with. Sarah learns about some of her past from Mrs. S. Olivier receives orders to bring Beth in when medical tests reveal an impostor. Written by garykmcd

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11 May 2013 (USA)  »

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Sarah tells Felix that Cosima is blinded by science after meeting Delphine and Dr. Leekie. A reference to the Thomas Dolby song, "She's Blinded By Science." See more »

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Sarah Manning: [Sarah talks to Cosima over the computer about this being the new normal] Olivier called Paul in hours ago, and he's not picking up.
Cosima Niehaus: Well, that isn't out of the ordinary, is it?
Sarah Manning: How should I know? There's nothing normal about any of this, is there?
Cosima Niehaus: Sarah, this is the new normal, okay? So, Paul's a monitor. He reports to Olivier, his handler, right? As long as Paul is on our side, we can start to finally get some answers.
Sarah Manning: That's my point, Cosima. What if he's not on our side?
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Disparate story lines make for a mediocre episode
20 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This episode felt like the polar opposite of the last one. That one was full of long separate story lines meeting. This one, on the other hand, felt somewhat disjointed. The police investigate the deaths, the blond clone (I finally learned her name; Helena) is sent to kill Sarah, Cosima continues to investigate the professor, Paul gets interrogated about Beth, and Felix investigates a techno genetic enhancement bar. If that sounds to you like a whole lot of disconnected things, then you'd be right. There were also some moments that felt very silly compared to what we've been given so far. The techno bar, the tail, and Helena's performance in particular felt strange in a disappointing way. The one part of the episode I really liked was the scene with Mrs. S. Her monologue about what she did to protect Sarah felt very real and emotional. This episode sets a lot of things up, and turns out weaker, but it looks like the next one is going to be REALLY neat.


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