207 The Orphan Black Podcast – Knowledge Of Causes & Secret Motion Of Things
Knowledge Of Causes & Secret Motion Of Things
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In this seventh episode of the second season of The Orphan Black Podcast I talk about the episode entitled Knowledge Of Causes & Secret Motion Of Things. I start off with some news followed by my episode recap and then head into my episode discussion. In my discussion I talk about Alison’s blunder in telling Vic her secret about Ainsley’s death and the aftermath that follows. I also talk about what Mrs. S. and Sarah plan to do with Ethan Duncan and the missing computer files he still has. I discuss Cal and how his computer was traced and what it means to the clones. I touch on Cosima and Delphine and how the revelation of where the stem cells came from may have driven a wedge into their relationship. I discuss the happenings at the DYAD Institute and the introduction of Marion Bowles. Rachel discovering her father is alive and confronting Dr. Leekie about it and the revelation that his own company is out to get him. I talk in depth about Donnie stumbling on to the truth about Alison and how he handles it. And of course, I talk about that huge surprise ending that we didn’t see coming where Dr. Aldous Leekie meets his untimely demise. I finish the episode with some great listener feedback and some answers to my Double Take questions regarding the person spying on Cal, Victor’s trustworthiness and Donnie’s next move.
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