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Variable And Full Of Perturbation
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In this eight episode of the second season of The Orphan Black Podcast I talk about the episode entitled Variable And Full Of Perturbation. I start off with some news followed by my episode recap and then head into my episode discussion. In my discussion I talk about Tony the new transgender clone we are introduced to in this episode and the message he’s to deliver to Beth Childs. I go over Alison and Donnie’s story arc and how revealing their secrets may bring them closer together. I discuss Sarah and Mrs. S’s plan to turn Ethan Duncan over to the DYAD in exchange for Kira’s safety and Ethan’s gift to Kira. I also talk about the Cosima and Delphene scenes and of course her seizure at the end. I finish the episode with some great listener feedback and some answers to my Double Take questions regarding the location of Paul, weather or not Tony will return and what the plans are for Leekie’s body..
I hope to hear from you as season 2 is winding down. Join in the conversation by sending me your thoughts and theories.
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Links mentioned on the podcast.
‘Orphan Black’ introduces transgender clone Tony Sawicki
Orphan Black: John Fawcett & Graeme Manson talk the idea behind new clone Tony
Orphan Black’s Creators on Their Newest Character, Being a “Feminist” Show, and More
You’ll Never Guess Who Came Up With the Idea for Orphan Black’s Transgender Clone
“Orphan Black” Season 2 DVD & Blu-Ray available July 15th. Preorder now.