006 The Orphan Black Podcast – Variations Under Domestication

Jan 19, 2014 | The Orphan Black Podcast | 0 comments

Variations Under Domestication


In this sixth episode of The Orphan Black Podcast I talk about the episode entitled Variations Under Domestication. I start off with some news about award season and how Tatiana Maslany didn’t win her Golden Globe followed by the announcement that Orphan Black led the Canadian Screen Awards with 14 nominations. I also talk about Orphan Black writer Will Pascoe being up for an Edgar Allan Poe award for best television episode teleplay for this particular episode.

In my episode discussion I talk about Alison’s spiral and how she handles her husband and the ramifications of her actions when her neighbours show up for their monthly potluck. I discuss the building relationship between Cosima and Delphine and their attending a talk by Dr. Leekie about his Neoluitionism. I touch on the tension between Sarah and Paul and how he is slowly learning more and more about what’s going on. And I touch on how the luckless Vic is always in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Links mentioned on the podcast.

Michelle Forbes added to the cast of Orphan Black

Michelle Forbes to Guest on Orphan Black

Reflection on Season 1 and a peek at Season 2

Tatiana Maslany on the fast track to success

Tatiana Maslany doesn’t mind loosing the Golden Globe

Season 2: What to expect from the characters


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