Man, just when I thought things were looking up for everyone, Orphan Black reminds me that no one is safe and nothing is okay. Take note, Game of Thrones: this is how that concept works without all that unnecessary misogyny.
Trigger warning for a mention of suicide and spoilers for this week after the jump!
I have that flu that’s been going around, so I was worried that watching the notoriously twist-happy Orphan Black would be a little difficult when my head was already hurting. Fortunately, compared to the previous seasons, the premiere of Orphan Black‘s Season 4 was extremely straightforward, making it a real pleasure to watch. Spoilers after the jump.
Was it just me, or was this episode of Orphan Black… a little bit predictable? For a show that’s been plotty and suspenseful from the very beginning of the very first episode, an episode like “Formalized, Complex, and Costly” was an unwelcome change of pace. Alison continues to be shunted away from the plot in favor of her new drug-dealing/politics business, and what we’re left with, unfortunately, also seems a bit boring. Spoilers after the jump.