Orphan Black continues to be delightfully complex this week, as we get more into the Castor clones’ background, motivations, and lives. But don’t worry: the writers haven’t forgotten our Leda clones, and there was a ton of new plot to digest. Having said that, this episode really needed to come with trigger warnings for rape, torture, and possibly epilepsy. Spoilers after the jump!
Sooo. With Alison in rehab, Cosima dying, Sarah on the run, and Helena recaptured by the Proletheans, the stakes are higher than ever for our clones. And yet this episode of Orphan Black managed to combine high-flying plot with some real laughs. “Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things” was a sadly Helena-less episode that Alison more than made up for in clone fun and games. First rule of Clone Club: pretend to be your fellow clones for instant hilarity.
Spoilers after the jump.