Overview With the answer to a question I certainly wasn’t asking, as well as Art and Angie getting more aggressive in their investigation of the clones, again, more questions are given than answers. Review (with Spoilers) In the episode we discover the death of one of the clone sisters, who Kira’s father is, and watch…


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Overview

With the answer to a question I certainly wasn’t asking, as well as Art and Angie getting more aggressive in their investigation of the clones, again, more questions are given than answers.

Review (with Spoilers)

In the episode we discover the death of one of the clone sisters, who Kira’s father is, and watch as Daniel, Art, and Angie all get closer to their objectives. Some, of course, more easily than others, but we do have 7 episodes left. But, amongst all this and more, there remains a serious issue of trust as almost no one’s intentions are fully clear.

Topic 1: I Go Where Needed – Felix & Allison

Upon arrival to a certain person’s cabin, gone into detail below, Felix realizes his rendezvous with Sara and Kira have come to an end. And almost like a gay Mary Poppins, he decides it is time to whisk away from Sara and her drama and go to support his Allison. Who, by the way, is freaking out as she not only has discovered Donny is her monitor, but when Angie tries to come into her life, this freaks her out even more. And with a phone call to Cosima, who isn’t much for support, she seemingly is ready to go off the deep end.

Especially since it is the night of the play and Felix doesn’t arrive before curtains rise, so Allison finds only pills and booze to calm her. Unfortunately, though, the combination dulls her senses to the point where she falls off the stage. Though, I imagine, if that didn’t happen she would have ended up blabbing away all her secrets otherwise.

Topic 2: Various Investigations – Cosima, Art & Angie

Starting with Cosima, with her lab updated, Delphine introduces her to her first test subject, a clone sister named Jennifer Fitzsimmons who had lung polyps. For some period of time, Cosima watches her sister’s health deteriorate and then is introduced to her body. During dissection, it is discovered that the polyps, and sickness, may originate in the uterus and causes an autoimmune type of disease. Making it seem that certain clones are marked for a young death if their reproductive organs are perhaps inoperable. Perhaps making Rachel’s investment understandable for she maybe privately dealing with her own sickness.

But, as Cosima investigates the clone’s health, Angie and Art investigate their connections. Angie, for example, tries to look into Allison, against Art’s threats and wishes, and finds herself getting utterly nowhere. Art, however, finds the Prolethian ranch and takes pictures, but as of yet doesn’t approach them.

Topic 3: You Are the Father – Helena, Sara, and Art

Though all things considered, making a move may seem deadly. For one, Pastor Henry seems to have a strong grip on his followers, which includes daughter Gracie who seemingly isn’t the most sure of her daddy’s plans. What are said plans by the way? Well, it seems the pastor fancies himself to be the one to impregnate Helena. Though of course he does the right thing first and marries her in front of his parish. All the while, Helena is sort of out of her mind and just glad Tomas is dead, which Gracie tells her. I must admit, though, considering how Pastor Henry speaks of his people, it does make me wonder whether his sect of the Prolethians is small or large, for he makes them sound rather new. Creating the question of whether we may see the rest of the Prolethian group(s) anytime soon?

That weird cult aside, the big story comes from Sara introducing Cal, Kira’s likely father. Of which, honestly, I thought Vic was, but I guess I wasn’t paying proper attention. Anyway, Sara “just so happened” to bring Felix and Kira to Cal’s under the guise that she would find an empty cottage for them to hide out in. With this idea, though, came a few bumps along the way. The big one is Kira helping her Uncle Felix steal food, and then Felix nearly getting roughed up when Cal discovers them in his home. Thankfully, though, Sara’s face calms him, temporarily, but with all the drama in that house, and Felix feeling a little replaceable by Cal, he decides to go where he is needed and go see Allison.

Leaving us with Cal and Sara talking about their past, in which Cal seemingly fell in love with Sara and all she gave him in return was heartache, and a slightly smaller bank account. For, you see, Cal was one of her marks who she stole thousands of dollars from, and she could have taken more but guilt kept her from doing so. But now she is back, making Cal think she is trying to con him again, but seemingly her sincerity, and the idea of Kira being his daughter, brings out his soft side.

Good times don’t last though for Daniel has been doing some investigating of his own and despite Sara thinking she wasn’t leaving a trail, and even having Felix throw away his debit card, he found them. Though not before spotting the Prolethians setting the Bird Watchers house a flame. I digress though for what matters is that he finds Sara, Cal, and Kira and nearly gets all he came for. Luckily, though, Cal seems to know how to handle a gun, so Daniel has to deal with his consolation prize of getting Sara, as Kira is left with Cal. But, considering how the episode ends with Sara, possibly intentionally, getting them in a car accident with Daniel’s side being hit, perhaps Daniel will become a dead issue.


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