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'Orphan Black' Recap: Alison's Suburban Madness, Sarah's Wild Night and Cosima's Risky Decision

How does Orphan Black deal with the heartbreak of "The Scandal of Altruism"? With the very emotional, possibly even more heartbreaking "The Antisocialism of Sex.
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'Orphan Black' Recap: Why Did Beth Kill Herself?

Orphan Black knows how to pack a lot into a gut-wrenching hour without overloading you with too much.
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'Orphan Black' Recap: Cosima's Investigation: What is Brightborn is Really Doing?

Brightborn (and what's really going on there) becomes the focus of the clones' investigation in Orphan Black's "Human Raw Material" -- and not just Clone Club's.
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'Orphan Black' Season 4 Teasers: Kristian Bruun on Donnie's Upcoming Hijinks with the Clones and More

Though Alison and Donnie have been, for the most part, separate from the rest of the sisters on Orphan Black, that is changing in season 4, especially in recent episodes.
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'Orphan Black' Recap: Donnie and Felix's Undercover Work Leads to Another Piece of the Puzzle

Sometimes you have to work with people you don't like, especially if there's a maggot bot in your cheek that has you terrified to even brush your teeth.
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'Orphan Black' Interview: Kristian Bruun on Why Donnie and Helena Get Along, Being Involved in Clone Club and More

Donnie has gone from Alison's monitor/husband who had no idea what was really going on to the guy who killed Dr.
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'Orphan Black' Recap: Sarah Searches for Answers About the Maggot Bots

Now that Sarah knows she has one of those maggot bots in her cheek, she's understandably freaked out in Orphan Black's "The Stigmata of Progress.
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'Orphan Black' Recap: Sarah Returns Home and Makes a Horrifying Discovery

The family getaway/hideout in Iceland can only last so long, and Orphan Black's "Transgressive Border Crossing" sees Sarah bring her family home and begin going after Neolution.
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