Orphan Black (2013–2017)
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Sarah looks deeper into the secret life that Beth seems to have lead. Art refuses to return Beth's money until Sarah goes through with the hearing.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Sarah Manning / Katja Obinger / Alison Hendrix / Cosima Niehaus
... Paul Dierden
... Felix Dawkins
... Art Bell
... Vic
... Siobhan Sadler
... Angela DeAngelis
... Lieutenant Hardcastle
... Kira
... Dr. Anita Bower
Domenico Fiore ... Police Captain (as Dom Fiore)
... Desk Clerk
Dale Samms ... Hotel Security
... Internal Affairs Suit
Joanne Reece ... Beth's Lawyer


With a dead identical in her car and an assassin on her tail, Sarah just wants to dump the body and get out of town. But with Beth's cop partner Art holding the money she stole, Sarah is forced to continue her con and earn "Beth" a second chance on the force, only to find out that Beth's past is shadier than she thought. Now, her only hope of finding answers lies with another twin, Alison. But to win Alison's trust, Sarah is going to have to come clean about stealing Beth's life. Written by Temple Street Productions

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6 April 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


This episode marks the first appearance of Cosima Niehaus (Tatiana Maslany). See more »


While twins (and clones) have identical DNA, they do NOT have identical finger prints. However Cosima states that, their prints wont be identical, but they will be close enough to provide a match. Identical twins do have similar prints, similar enough to provide a high probability match. See more »


[first lines]
Cosima Niehaus: [Sarah pretends to be Beth on the phone and talks to the woman on the other end] Beth, where have you been?
Sarah Manning: Uh, where have I been? Um... Uh, long story.
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References Batman (1966) See more »


Main Title Theme
Written by Two Fingers
Performed by Two Fingers
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Continues the strong lead of the pilot, while deepening the world.
18 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

This was a strong follow-up to the pilot, if not quite as eventful. Early on in the episode there is a reveal from her police partner that deepens the drama in a very interesting way. The episode generally does a good job of deepening the intrigue and expanding the world. I'm very interested to see what happens between Sarah and Paul. The ending makes me wonder how complicated this is going to get. I can see that this is probably going to end up being a vessel for Tatiana Maslany to deliver a very wide and varied performance; there is endless potential when playing multiple characters. I have a feeling that the next episode is going to hook me. At first I did not like the Felix character, but he is growing on me. I really liked the reveal from the police partner and the way the episode unfolded as a whole, but it still suffers from the all too-common 'second episode syndrome'.

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