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.
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!
I recently finished rewatching all of Orphan Black’s first two seasons with a friend, just in time for this trailer to drop. Orphan Black is one of those shows that’s intense as fuck, so I’ve been waiting eagerly to see what’s coming our way in the third season. Let’s take a look!