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This episode opens with Nathan (Lucas Bryant) surrounded by an angry mob of troubled citizens. Audrey (Emily Rose) and Dwight (Adam Copeland) do their best to calm Tony, Kira’s boyfriend and assure the others they will seek justice and the truth. Once in private, Nathan informs them that Kira is actually alive, but trapped by a large rock in a dark place full of aether. They all agree they cannot divulge her whereabouts, since it would just lead to a search party and the discovery of the aether. Audrey suggestsRead More
HAVEN -- "New World Order" Episode 514 -- Pictured: (l-r) Lucas Bryant as Nathan Wuornos, Emily Rose as Audrey Parker, Eric Balfour as Duke Crocker -- (Photo by: Mike Tompkins/Haven 5 Productions/Syfy)
We open the Haven double header premier with Duke having released countless troubles on the unsuspecting residents. We see the aether tears hit people randomly and some of their new troubles are immediately ignited, with tragic results. Audrey (Emily Rose), Nathan (Lucas Bryant) and Charlotte (Laura Mennell) are with a now unconscious Duke (Eric Balfour). Audrey sends Nathan to help at the station while she and her mother take Duke to the hospital, supposedly to gather Charlotte’s research and help Duke. When Nathan gets to the station, he has aRead More
In the season 3 finale of “Orphan Black” titled, “History Yet to Be Written,” Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Clone Club race to find answers, Alison gets good news regarding her campaign, Delphine (Evelyn Brochu) discovers new information and Helena has a reunion. Rachel wakes up in the most decadent home ever to be displayed on television, but doesn’t know how she got there. She wheels over to a table where she finds a mirror. She tears off the bandage covering her left eye, revealing her newly implanted one and proceedsRead More

Posted On June 9, 2015By Alexandra ColatostiIn Television, TV Recaps

TV RECAP: ‘Orphan Black’ Introduces A New Clone

In this week’s episode of “Orphan Black” titled, “Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method,” we are finally introduced to the blond, bubbly clone, Krystal Goderitch who we caught a glimpse of a few episodes back when she was engaging in a strange threesome with Castor clones Rudy and Seth (both played by Ari Millen). Krystal details this encounter while giving a seemingly unsuspecting Delphine (Evelyn Brochu) a manicure, and is completely oblivious to the fact that she is a clone. Later, Delphine meets with Dr. Nealon (Tom McCamus) to discuss Krystal, Rachel’sRead More
This week’s episode of “Orphan Black,” titled “Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate” focuses on the family. After narrowly escaping the base camp, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Helena have found refuge in a Mexican bar. Helena vows to get revenge on Siobhan just as she shows up at the bar. Siobhan explains why she gave Helena to Dr. Coady; in order to keep Sarah and Kira safe, but Helena refuses to forgive Mrs. S. While Alison practices her campaign speech, while Donnie (Kristian Bruun) performs a monitor check up onRead More
In this week’s episode of “Orphan Black” titled “Scarred by Many Past Frustrations,” Helena and Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) are finally reunited. In prison, albeit, but reunited they are. Helena is less than thrilled with Sarah for landing her in imprisonment, but Sarah tries to reason with her “seestrah.” Sarah explains that Mrs. S is the one who made the deal to seal Helena’s fate in imprisonment to save Kira, but Helena won’t have any of it. Art notices Sarah is missing, and is visited by Gracie (Zoe de Grand’Maison), whoRead More
In this week’s episode of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” we get a break from all of the drama in King’s Landing and focus on the gritty stuff happening outside the royal core. First things first: Grey Worm (Jacob Anderson) is ALIVE. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of Ser Barristan Selmy (Ian McElhinney). Like Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), I’m freaking upset that he died in an alleyway killed by rebels and not in some epic, sacrificial blaze of glory that he deserved. Alas, that’s what this show is all about—dreams turnedRead More
Last week’s shocker left Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) watching as Gracie’s (Zoé de Grand’Maison) mother shot Mark (Ari Millen) in a field. Sarah grabs a loose gun and heads into the field, where she finds Mark wounded on the ground. As two of Bonnie’s men search for Mark, Sarah takes him to an abandoned home where she examines his wounds. Mark asks that Sarah remove the bullet from his leg, and she agrees, as long as he gives her some answers. Meanwhile, Helena gets creative and lands herself in the infirmary, where sheRead More
Since I missed recapping “Game of Thrones” last week (dammit, Lindsey, you were doing so well), I suppose a recap within this recap is called for. So super quick, blah blah blah nothing really happened in the first half of episode three besides Tommen becoming a man (and thank the heavens they aged him up in the show because oh my gosh I swear this child was like eight years old last year.) It’s not until the halfway point of this episode that shiz starts to go down. Sansa’s engagedRead More
Just like last week, this episode of “Orphan Black” starts with blood—this time, in the form of Seth’s dead body, which Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Felix (Jordan Gavaris) are trying to dispose of. They’re interrupted by Art (Kevin Hanchard), who discovers Seth’s body in the bath tub. Art and Sarah track down Helena’s midwife, who informs them that Helena and Gracie (Zoé De Grand Maison) were impregnated by Henrik. Sarah and Art grow closer as he vows to help her find Helena. Mark (Ari Millen), on edge since burning off his cloneRead More