The Scandal of Altruism – The Orphan Black Podcast 406

May 26, 2016 | The Orphan Black Podcast | 0 comments


The Scandal of Altruism

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Welcome back everyone. I am so happy that you’ve joined me to discuss the Sixth episode of Orphan Black season 4.

This week I talk about “The Scandal of Altruism”. Wow, what a great episode. It almost felt like a season finale. So much so that I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us in the next four episodes.

There was so much to talk about it’s hard to decide where to start. Sarah got the bot removed from her cheek after finding out what it did. Cosima and Scott’s research is lost. Delphine’s fate is revealed (or is it?). Evie Cho lays down her cards and the plot to out Susan Duncan is revealed. A plot that goes all the way back to Beth Childs suicide.

And of course Kendal. Poor Kendal, that crass old betty. We will miss her. But what does her death mean for the Leda clones, and the Castor clones while we’re at it?

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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