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.
This week, a sadly Alison-less episode redeemed itself by being wildly dramatic enough to make up for the lack of rehab shenanigans. So dramatic, in fact, that we have to warn for rape and body mutilation (and spoilers!) after the jump.