May 7th, 2014
This week’s episode of Orphan Black took us on a rollercoaster of ups and downs, from Sarah’s huge family bombshell to Helena’s captivity with the Proletheans. With every moment jam packed with emotion, we put together a playlist inspired by Episode 203 – Mingling Its Own Nature With It.
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I Knew You Were Trouble, Taylor Swift
Angie may have put on her game face when posing as a new mom in the neighborhood, but Alison has spent enough time around monitors to know when something seems off.
Rehab, Amy Winehouse
Alison has already had one intervention, although that seemed to be aimed more towards sleeping with Aynsely’s husband than her abuse of alcohol and prescription meds. After falling off the stage during opening night of Blood Ties, she may not be able to hide her addiction any longer. Also, OUCH!
The One That Got Away, Katy Perry
Sure, Cal may have been one of Sarah’s marks, taking off with his unborn child and $10,000, but it seems like he was much more than that. Could he have been the One that Got Away?
Run Daddy Run, Pistol Annies
Cal gets a quick update on what Sarah has been doing since he last saw her, which includes fighting off men with guns who try to kidnap her daughter. Thankfully, Cal manages to keep himself and Kira safe while Sarah appeases Daniel and leaves with him.
Goodbye, The Spice Girls
After feeling betrayed by Sarah’s eight year lie that she didn’t know the identity of Kira’s father, Felix makes the decision to let his sister and niece go their own way. I also feel like Felix would appreciate a good Spice Girls track.
If I Die Young, The Band Perry
After finding video diaries shot by clone Jennifer, Delphine shares them with Cosima, in hopes of urging her girlfriend to cooperate with the Dyad and accept treatment. Instead, I think the tapes were more successful in making it very clear to Cosima that her condition is fatal.
Go Outside, Cults
A fitting video and song for Helena’s situation. She and Gracie both want Helena freed, though their reasoning is very different, but the rest of the Proletheans want to keep her locked away.Tweet