The Stigma of Progress – The Orphan Black Podcast 403

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The Stigma of Progress

The Stigma of Progress

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

This week I talk about “The Stigma of Progress”. Things moved along nicely this week. We were introduced to a few more characters and saw a few old ones come back. Including a putrified Dr. Leekie that Alison and Donnie dig up, all while Helena is dealing with the police in the house.

Kira is becoming more mysterious by the day. And we are seeing a bond forming between Rachel and her biological clone Charlotte. What will that turn into?

Sarah makes some progress into the maggot bot in her cheek but obviously not as much as she would like.

And of course everyone is asking who Adele is and if she’s really is Felix’s sister.

So many questions, so much fun.

 

I talk about this and so much more in this week’s podcast.

As always I finish the episode off with some great feedback from listeners.

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