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Entangled Bank 

Art and Angela investigate Sarah's life. Alison has an affair with her best friend's husband. Paul ties up a loose end. Helena finds Sarah's weak spot.

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Cosima and Sarah quarrel over Cosima's obvious interest in neolution and Dr. Leekie's work. Leekie wants Delphine to find the names of the clones Cosina has been in contact with. Alison tells Sarah she and her husband are getting a divorce. She is also certain she knows the identity of her monitor and decides the time has come to get her own back. The police think the body they found in the gravel pit is Sarah and call on Mrs. S to deliver the bad news. As they gather more information, they are baffled by the conflicting evidence. They thought the Jane Doe from the gravel pit was Sarah but they now have evidence that Sarah jumped in front of a train weeks before Jane Doe died. They call on Felix who identified Sarah as the jumper. Written by garykmcd

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Action | Drama | Sci-Fi

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Felix tells Detective Art that his newest series of 'Sarah' paintings is called Twisted Sister. This is a nod to the heavy metal band, "Twisted Sister", a band whose music often explores themes of parent vs. child conflicts. See more »

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[Alison compliments Sarah by telling her she isn't messed up like the rest of them]
Sarah Manning: [Sarah smiles] I'm the biggest mess there is, Alison.
Alison Hendrix: No, no, no, no, because you say 'eff it'.
Alison Hendrix: [Alison sniffles] I tried to say 'eff it' today and I blew up my whole life. I just wanted to say 'eff this', 'eff you', and I effed it, I effed it all up.
[when Alison spills her drink]
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References Bonnie and Clyde (1967) See more »

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Written by Two Fingers
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A major event leaves one wondering whether the next episode will be the salvation or damnation of the series.
22 June 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If the character I think they just killed is really dead, then I have mixed feelings. They set up that storyline enough for me to be concerned, but not enough to have the impact I feel like they want. That's why I hope the character is not dead, because it would be very predictable, and I hope this show stays more unpredictable. That being said, if they save her life, that could be ridiculous and unrealistic as well. It should be the kind of show where characters can actually die. It really all depends on how they handle it in the next episode. It could be a great story move, or a lame trope, and I really can't know until the next episode. Other than that, this was a very solid episode. The police are on to the clones, and find their way to Felix, we find out that Cosima's girlfriend is indeed her watcher, Alison wrecks her life, and Sarah comes out to Mrs. S.A major event leaves one wondering whether the next episode will be the salvation or damnation of the series.


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