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By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried
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In this tenth episode of the second season of The Orphan Black Podcast I talk about the season finale entitled By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried. What a great ending to the season it was. I start off my show with some news followed by my episode recap and then dive into my episode discussion. In my discussion I talk about Sarah turning herself in to Dyad and the repercussions. I also talk about Cosima’s fate and what she does to help her incarcerated sister. I discuss in length the newly discovered Project Castor and how Paul, Marion and Mrs. S. are connected. I go over the scene with Ethan and what it means for Rachel, if she survives. I talk about the revelation of a new younger clone sister and weather or not her mother can be trusted. I also talk about the wonderful clone dance party scene. I go over Cosima getting her hands on Professor Duncan’s notes and of course, I discuss the big reveal, the fact that there are male clones and they all look like Mark. I round out the episode with some great listener feedback and some answers to my Double Take questions about what you thought of the season 2 finale and what you expect in season 3.
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