Clone Club Catch-Up: Competing Technology

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Last week’s Orphan Black was pretty crazy.  We only focused on Sarah, Cosima, Beth, and Krystal this time around.  Krystal plays comic relief with Fe and Art– “she thinks Vidal Sassoon’s after her!”

Cosima has to admit it– she’s running out of time.  She and Scott have come so close, and she reminisces on her work … work she couldn’t have done without Delphine.  Scott really shined this episode, if you ask me.  He’s always been sweet, but “we would’ve cracked it,” delivered with a smile really did me in.

Sarah, in order to save Cosima, makes the decision to give Kendall’s DNA to Susan Duncan in exchange for getting the bot out of her face.  The catch?  Ducan only gets Leda, not Castor.  Susan arrives at Fe’s to witness the extraction while Sarah and Cosima go to BrightBorn for a different extraction.  There’s a little drama as the bot ruptures while Evie is removing it, but all goes well.  Sarah returns to Fe’s bot-free.  Cosima remains at BrightBorn to hand over the research, but wanting to know what happened to Delphine.  That’s where things go wrong.  Kendall is kidnapped, Sarah destroys her DNA sample, and Cosima is detained.

Evie Cho is pulling the strings.  Susan’s obsession with her clones overshadowed the technology BrightBorn boasts, so Evie’s getting rid of the original.  Kendall burns up in a blaze, and adding insult to injury, Evie tells her Delphine was shot dead.  Beth was once under Evie’s influence too– she tried to kill Susan, before she learned Susan created her.

BrightBorn wipes Cosima and Scott’s research with a bug from their hard drive on which they collected it.  With no original and no research, what is the Clone Club to do?

I can’t WAIT to find out tonight.  Thoughts?!

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