Orphan Black is back with the new episode “The Stigmata of Progress” tonight. This show just gets crazier! Maggot bots, for real? That is some serious freakiness right there, and that kind of thing is exactly why you can’t turn your head for a moment in this series. That and a zillion great performances from Tatiana Maslany each week. How has she not won ALL of the awards, hello?! Last week, in “Transgressive Border Crossing,” Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) got Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy) and Kira (Skyler Wexler) out of Iceland right before Neolution showed up. She began looking into M.K. and learned from Art (Kevin Hanchard) that Beth had known her too. While snooping at the weird Neolution club with Felix (Jordan Gavaris), Sarah ran into a dude that was supposed to be meeting M.K. and stole his phone. She went to the laundromat and M.K. called, but would not come in. She wanted to know more of what M.K. knew about Neolution, but when Sarah saw her sitting in a car outside, M.K. took off. About that time the two Neolution cleaners came in. They threw Sarah to the ground, realized she was not M.K., but then checked inside her cheek. Whatever was in there, they realized she was Sarah and left. Sarah showed up at the safe house freaking out. She had Mrs. S look in her cheek, and they saw the same worm inside that M.K. had called a “maggot bot.” Sarah freaked out, and goodness knows I don’t blame her! Let’s see if Sarah finds out what exactly the freaking maggot bot is, and what Ferdinand is up to in the episode “The Stigmata of Progress” on tonight’s new Orphan Black on BBC America.
Here is the preview trailer for S4, Ep 3 –
In tonight’s episode, “The Stigmata of Progress,” as Sarah reels from the shocking discovery of Neolution’s biotech, she’s desperate to find answers. Always impulsive, she follows a lead into a harrowing encounter that requires the help of a reluctant new player. Eager to assist, Mrs. S strikes an alliance with an old nemesis. Rachel receives a visit from her keeper and takes a fraught step forward towards recovery. Meanwhile, Helena is mistaken for “Mrs. Hendrix” when she answers a visit from suspicious visitors.
Guest cast in tonight’s episode includes Skyler Wexler as Kira, Joel Thomas Hynes as Dizzy, Kirsten Alter as Det. Abbie Lindstein, Joe Pingue as Det. Troy Collier, Cynthia Gallant as Charlotte, and Rosemary Dunsmore as Susan Duncan.
Here are promo images from “The Stigmata of Progress” –
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