History Yet To Be Written – The Orphan Black Podcast 310

Posted by on July 20, 2015 in The Orphan Black Podcast | 1 comment

History Yet To Be Written

History Yet To Be Written

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Welcome back everyone. I am so happy that you’ve joined me to discuss Orphan Black.

What a great season finale. And who could have predicted that ending. There were so many things I didn’t see coming.

This week I dive into all the little bits and pieces of of this episode during my discussion and you get to hear a ton of great feedback.

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Links mentioned in the show.

The Warrant Is All – The Killjoys Podcast

Orphan Black Season 3 DVD and Blu-Ray AmazonAmazon Canada and iTunes

Thank you video from Tatiana for Emmy nomination

Orphan Black Season 3 Bloopers

11 Highlights from Comic-Con

Orphan Black Spoof videos

Orphan Black creators talk season 4

Neolutionist worm to reappear in season 4

Tatiana Maslany in Son Lux’s new video “You Don’t Know Me”

Dinner Party secrets

Links mentioned in the Feedback Section

Castor – Leda Family Tree

Stuff I Learned Yesterday Podcast

Walking Dead Talkthrough Podcast

Lydia Fairchild Chimera Article



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1 Comment

  1. As any good Clone Clubber would do, I’ve read most everything on Tumblr, especially after the Orphan Black finale. Here is the most brilliant analysis I’ve found regarding the whole “who shot Delphine” question. Check it out, and props to the author, whoever he/she is:


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