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Things with Sarah continued to grow worse in this week's continuation of the Neolutionist storyline (that has us all freaking out about the potential existence of bugs in our jaws).
Do you hate the dentist? Then this is not the Orphan Black episode for you.
So that was perhaps not the best episode of Orphan Black to watch during dinner.
Orphan Black is executing some truly nasty, rotting, squirmy antics this season, and it is delightful.
This episode harks back to one of the main themes of this show: how secret entities are attempting to play God with modifying evolutionary practices.
It doesn't include any huge developments, but there are enough details simmering below the surface to make clear that much is still to be revealed.
This week felt like Orphan Black was back on track.
Orphan Black is getting super gross. We've had eye trauma, mouth robot maggots and now decomposing bodies with sound effects. And I love every minute of it.
It's always heartwarming that these clone-sestras will stop at nothing to help one another. Even exhuming corpses from beneath layers of concrete isn't off the table.