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It's fun seeing Mrs. S's impressive array of espionage skills put into practice, and even more enjoyable seeing her and Sarah pull off a con together.
Orphan Black is like a beautiful onion: the layers and layers are continuous and always surprising.
Mrs. S and Sarah need to go undercover more often. I didn't realize how much we've been lacking any bonding time between them on Orphan Black for a while now.
This week we spent more time adding to the Neolution mythos, and enjoyed a good old fashioned con with S and Sarah.
Orphan Black very clearly wants to wrap its puzzle up neatly, attempting to weave and tie off an intricate knot of interconnected characters and dangerous ambition.
Sisterhood between the clones may be a constant refrain on Orphan Black, but tonight's episode took a step back to reexamine the bonds of the show's core family, and in particular the skills of Mrs. S.
Science has always been one of the core components of Orphan Black, but so has power... Now, with P.T. Westmoreland in the picture and Rachel by his side, we're seeing more of those inner workings than ever before.
"Let the Children and Childbearers Toil" was an immensely satisfying installment of the series' final season on multiple levels.
"Let the Children and the Childbearers Toil" deftly covers a lot of ground, yet the relationships are always at the core of the episode.