Orphan Black (2013–2017)
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Scarred by Many Past Frustrations 

Sarah and Helena suffer a strained reunion; the Leda family worries about Sarah's absence.


David Frazee


Graeme Manson (created by), John Fawcett (created by) | 13 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Tatiana Maslany ... Sarah Manning / Cosima Niehaus / Helena
Jordan Gavaris ... Felix Dawkins
Dylan Bruce ... Paul Dierden
Kevin Hanchard ... Detective Art Bell
Ari Millen ... Mark Rollins / Rudy / Miller / Parsons
Kristian Bruun ... Donnie Hendrix (credit only)
Maria Doyle Kennedy ... Siobhan Sadler
Ksenia Solo ... Shay Davydov
Zoé De Grand Maison ... Gracie Johanssen (as Zoé de Grand'Maison)
Kyra Harper ... Dr. Virginia Coady
Carlos Gonzalez-Vio ... Dr. Silva
Natalie Krill ... Patty
Diana Salvatore Diana Salvatore ... Bobby
Andrew Martin Priestman Andrew Martin Priestman ... Ander
Sabrina Persaud ... EMT


Mark has captured Sarah and taken her to the Castor compound, where she is housed in a cell adjacent to Helena's. However, it's not quite the reunion that Sarah was hoping in that Helena will not forgive Sarah for turning her in, she unaware that it was actually Mrs. S who made the arrangement. Although Helena will not open up, Sarah knows that Helena knows the detailed workings of the compound and thus probably knows a way out. Beyond Helena, Sarah has to decide who she can trust, the list of people who includes Paul. Meanwhile, Cosima goes on her date with Shay, the two who met on an Internet dating site. There seems to be a connection between the two. Cosima, however, is unaware that there are more people on their date than meets the eye. And now that she has miscarried, Gracie has been shunned by her mother and excommunicated. Because of Sarah, Gracie turns to Art for help, he in turn who believes that Mrs. S and Felix are better equipped to look after her. Felix in particular is ... Written by Huggo

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16 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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[first lines]
Helena: [sees the scorpion] Pupok.
scorpion: [referring to Parsons] You killed their lab rat. What did you expect, cheesecake?
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References Rosemary's Baby (1968) See more »


Departure (Reflection)/A Blessing
Composed by Max Richter
Performed by Max Richter
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Finally getting intense, but still not as interesting.

We're already half way through the season, and it feels like almost nothing has happened yet (at least compared to last season's speed). This episode finally regained the intensity of the previous season, with a nail-biting escape sequence, but the intrigue of new information is gone. It just feels like nothing is having any impact in the long run. The show is still enjoyable, but it doesn't feel meaningful in the same way anymore. Hopefully it will take an upswing in the second half. There does appear to be some form of strange twist at the end of the episode, so hopefully that will send things moving towards revelations.

In my previous review, I said that Gracie was fifteen. This was a guess, as no-one had said her age on the show and I couldn't find it on the wiki. In this episode, it is revealed that she is eighteen. I still stand by the context in which I cited her age, but it was a mistake.

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