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Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method
Critic Consensus: In "Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method," a fun introduction of new clone Krystal and an exciting Dyad escape plot begin the steady climactic buildup to the season's end.
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Critic reviews for Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method
This week was a progressive episode in terms of dealing with a lot of the trust issues that revolved around certain characters, while managing to push the story a little further with the semi translation of the book.
Yo, if you ever catch me in these streets forearm-shaking with someone, I need you to whisper "The Cake is a Lie" in my ear to break the trance. Apparently, I was in too deep.
Is it just me, or is Delphine a little more... cutthroat this season? It's not that I don't like it, she's just become very intense very fast. No one get in her way, she might just steamroll you right over.
This week's Orphan Black was especially notable for introducing a new Leda clone, Crystal, who hit it off with Felix in an entertaining meet-cute.
Orphan Black is finally worthy of the talent of Tatiana Maslany and there is no reason for this show to not start receiving a shower of critical accolades. The first two seasons were rocky and the story often fell short. That is no longer true.
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