Tag Archives: clones

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E09

6 Aug

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I have been doing reviews on “Orphan Black” since it first premiered on BBC America. The clones have become like family to me. I know the show is all about Tatiana, and her excellent portrayal of multiple entities, but the different clones all feel real and separate to me. It’s crazy…right? On episode 09, Sarah and the gang must rescue Helena before she has her babies. Will the Clone Club succeed? Continue reading


Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E08

30 Jul


On last week’s episode of “Orphan Black” Rachel did the right thing and saved Kira. This week, the clones celebrate Felix’s art opening while Rachel makes plans to bring down Neolution. What is Mrs. S hiding? Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E07

23 Jul


As Cosima returns to her family, Rachel, that pesky little thorn in the clone club’s side, learns a dark secret that makes her question her place within Neolution. On this week’s episode of “Orphan Black” Rachel has the rug pulled from under her. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E06

16 Jul


I love shows with good science backstories. I might not understand it all, but I love when a story is created to mirror what is possible or already happening in the world. This is why I’ve been a diehard fan of “Orphan Black” and the clones, played superbly by Tatiana Maslany. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E05

10 Jul


On this episode of “Orphan Black“, we learn what Westmorland really wants from Cosima and Kira. Cosima meets the first experiment and we’re invited to a dinner party…Tuxedo required. Meet me after the jump. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E04

2 Jul


Tonight’s episode of “Orphan Black” revolves around mothers, natural or otherwise. While Kira struggles with her identity, Cosima learns about a failed experiment. Continue reading

Gilbert Speaks on “Orphan Black” S05 E03

26 Jun


On this week’s episode of “Orphan Black” Alison struggles with her place in life and her importance to the seestras. Continue reading