204 The Orphan Black Podcast – Governed As It Were By Chance

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in The Orphan Black Podcast | 0 comments

Governed As It Were By Chance

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In this fourth episode of the second season of The Orphan Black Podcast I talk about the episode entitled Governed As It Were By Chance. I start off with some news followed by my episode recap and then head into my episode discussion. In my discussion I talk Alison’s adventures in rehab and what it might mean for her. I discuss Sarah and Cal’s escape from Daniel and their journey to Toronto. I continue with Helena’s escape from Henrik’s farm. I also talk about Cosima’s research into the LEDA Project and what she uncovers about Rachel’s parents. I also talk about Mrs. S’s meeting with Carleton and what they could possibly be hiding from Sarah. And of course I cover Sarah’s big end scene with Daniel and her subsequent rescue. I finish the episode with some great listener feedback and some answers to my Double Take questions regarding Carleton’s knowledge, The outcome of Alison’s rehab stay and what exactly Daniel had planned for Sarah.

I hope to hear from you as season 2 progresses. Join in the conversation by sending me your thoughts and theories.

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