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The Antisocialism of Sex
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Welcome back everyone. I am so happy that you’ve joined me to discuss the seventh episode of Orphan Black season 4.
This week I talk about “The Antisocialism of Sex “. I found this episode to be much slower than last week. It was however a much more character driven story which I think we needed. We saw most of Clone Club hit their ultimate lows which means there’s nowhere else to go but up for the rest of the season.
The scariest part of the show is what Cosima was willing to do to herself for the progress of science and the cure for the Ledas. Luckily the revelation that Delphine may still be alive saved her making a grave mistake.
And Sarah what a way to spiral out of control. We got a glimpse of what her life must have been like before we met her in season 1. Not pretty. Good thing she has her brother Felix to watch out for her because Beth wasn’t much help.
After what happened with Donnie and Alison I think that next episode will be very Hendrix centred. What tomfoolery happens with them I just can’t wait to see.
I discuss all of this and so much more in this week’s episode of the podcast. As always I finish the episode off with some great feedback from listeners.
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Links mentioned in the show.
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Ted Talks shared by Bryan
2015 Ted talk – We Can Now Edit Our DNA. But Let’s Do it Wisely
2016 Ted talk – Gene editing can now change an entire species — forever.
Gattaca opening scenes provided by Fred
Tatiana Maslany on shooting in the Arctic and Making a Boston Marathon Bombing Movie.
Tatiana is a strong Emmy Contender
Does Rachel’s eye hold the key to neolution?
Orphan Black takes time to process the consequences
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