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This was the type of Orphan Black episode that fans have longed for since the second season, and it absolutely ups the game heading into the fourth season's final stretch.
[This episode] was one of the most pivotal and important ones in the series.
This episode, like many others, makes a case for the human cost of all the experimentation, regardless of good or bad intent. That it achieves such a visceral effect is yet another example of how good Orphan Black is.
With the shocking twist at the end of Orphan Black Season 4 Episode 6, we're catapulted into the final four installments of the season with absolutely no idea where it can go from here.
Hold on while I sob. Still holding out hope that because we never saw her body that she's making a comeback soon.
Forget the Castor-Leda binary. Susan Duncan and Kendall Malone are the yin and yang of Orphan Black. This epiphany struck me about halfway through "The Scandal of Altruism," a gorgeous monstrosity of an episode.
We're now six episodes in, and especially after this game-changer of an hour, I really think this is the best Orphan Black has been since season 1.
Clone Club loses nearly everything, there are a ton of revelations, and somehow there are still four more episodes of the season to go. Which is good, because a lot of this doesn't really hold together.