The clones are back in the episode “Transgressive Border Crossing” on an all-new Orphan Black tonight. In the season premiere, “The Collapse of Nature,” the writers took us back almost to the beginning where we met Beth (Tatiana Maslany), already in a drug-induced haze, trying to understand her disconnect from Paul, and trying to figure out what the deal was with her and her clone sisters. It was nice seeing they found a way to get Dylan Bruce back as Paul, if only for a bit. We suddenly really love flashbacks, but not seeing Paul’s devastating relationship with Beth. We learned that Beth had been meeting with another clone that we hadn’t yet met, M.K. and that the shooting she was under investigation for was literally an accident. Right after Art (Kevin Hanchard) helped her plan a story, she realized that a detective at the precinct earlier was the same person she saw working with Neolutionists to remove an implant from a young man. That man is the same detective Beth had to give her statement about the shooting! In current times, Sarah received a call from a stranger, M.K., who warned her that baddies were on their way to her location in Iceland and that she needed to get out now. Let’s see if Sarah gets out in time and what else we learn from Beth’s last days in the episode “Transgressive Border Crossing” on Orphan Black tonight on BBC America.
Here is the preview trailer for S4, Ep2 –
In tonight’s episode, “Transgressive Border Crossing,” after evading a Neolution attack in Iceland, Sarah returns home to track down an elusive new ally. She follows breadcrumbs and uncovers the next facet of Neolution’s agenda – implanting dangerous technological devices in humans. However, those she left behind are wary about her return, not wanting to relinquish their semblance of normalcy. As Cosima struggles with Delphine’s disappearance, Alison and Donnie (Kristian Bruun) host a pregnant and ever-hungry Helena. Meanwhile Felix (Jordan Gavaris), feeling like an outsider, embarks on his own journey of self-discovery.
Guest stars in tonight’s episode include Josh Vokey as Scott, Skyler Wexler as Kira, Alison Steadman as Kendall Malone, Joel Thomas Hynes as Dizzy, Gord Rand as Det. Duko, Ian Matthews as Frank, Miranda Edwards as Roxie, Julian Richings as Benjamin Kertland, Allie McDonald as Trina, and Sarain Boylan as Astrid.
Here are promo images from tonight’s episode –
Orphan Black airs tonight, April 21, at 9:00pm CT/10:00pm ET on BBC America.
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