What a trip, man.
The babies are coming, the babies are coming!
Everyone is happy, just for a minute.
Rachel is fucking metal and don’t you ever forget it again.
Krystal’s going to accidentally destroy DYAD all by herself, isn’t she?
Kiss the girls you wanna kiss.
Cosima, you are the leading lesbian on this show! Stop stomping around in the dark looking for monsters!
Orphan Black takes us back to the very beginning and introduces us to Alison all over again.
A very horrible death and a surprise visit from an angel.
It wasn’t a death dream! Our favorite beautiful bisexual genetic science mastermind is alive!
Cosima scores with Canada’s favorite lesbian dating app, and Helena and Sarah break each other’s hearts.
Alison and Donnie sell drugs like ice creams, Sarah and Art track down Mark, Cosima does a brain extraction, and Helena is flawless.
Helena and Pupok go on a mango hunt, Alison becomes a pill pusher, Cosima gets sassy with science, and Sarah almost loses Kira again.
Delphine ramps the misandry up to eleven, and also breaks Cosima’s poor heart.
CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY! CLONE DANCE PARTY!
Then this show throws out the most shocking twist of all: Donnie is actually a competent human being! Oh no you guys… do I actually like Donnie now? Is this real life?
They’re not gonna kill off Cosima, right? I swear to Jeebus, if they Chaiken Cosima I’m gonna be so pissed.
Welcome to a deluxe two-in-one review of the sixth and seventh episodes of season two of Orphan Black! These would have been up sooner, but things like A-Camp, A-Plague, and A-Pain of Returning to the Hetero World have sidelined me. So what did I miss? ALL THE THINGS, apparently.
Sarah explains to Helena that Felix is her brother, and she’s her sister, so Felix is one of the seestras, okay? Fair enough.
Felix describes Cosima and Delphine as “locked in a transgressive lesbian geek spiral bound to end in tears.” Little does he know he just described every lesbian relationship ever in the history of womankind.
While Sarah seems extremely comfortable roughing it up and peeing in the woods, Felix equates camping with being homeless in the country. Obviously he’s never been to A-Camp.