List of Orphan Black episodes
Orphan Black is a Canadian science fiction television series created by Graeme Manson and John Fawcett starring Tatiana Maslany as several clones. The rest of the starring cast includes Dylan Bruce, Jordan Gavaris, Kevin Hanchard, Michael Mando, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Évelyne Brochu, and Ari Millen.
The show's 10-episode first season premiered on March 30, 2013 on Space in Canada and on BBC America in the United States. Orphan Black's 10-episode second season premiered April 19, 2014. On July 9, 2014, Orphan Black was renewed for a 10-episode third season to premiere on April 18, 2015.
|Season premiere||Season finale|
|1||10||March 30, 2013||June 1, 2013|
|2||10||April 19, 2014||June 21, 2014|
|3||10||April 18, 2015||June 20, 2015|
Season 1 (2013)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|1||1||"Natural Selection"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||March 30, 2013||0.68|
|British punk con artist Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) sees an identical woman, Beth Childs, commit suicide by jumping in front of a train. Sarah retrieves Beth's bag, and finding that she is rich, decides to take her place, and clean out her bank account so she can collect her daughter Kira (Skyler Wexler) from her foster mother, Siobhan Sadler, whom Sarah calls Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy). Sarah asks her foster brother Felix Dawkins (Jordan Gavaris) to identify Beth's body as Sarah's to buy time for her scheme, and throw her drug-dealer boyfriend Victor Schmidt (Michael Mando) off her trail. Sarah withdraws $75,000 from Beth's account, but discovers to her dismay that Beth is a police detective suspended for shooting Maggie Chen. Beth's partner Arthur Bell (Kevin Hanchard) follows 'Beth,' and breaks into her car. Sarah is approached by Katja Obinger, another lookalike from Germany. Katja is killed by a sniper, but Sarah manages to escape.|
|2||2||"Instinct"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||April 6, 2013||N/A|
|Sarah is contacted by a woman who instructs her to dispose of Katja's body, and retrieve her briefcase. Art tells Sarah that he has the $75,000, and won't return it until she testifies at the inquest into Maggie Chen's shooting, and clears her name. It seems that Art placed a cellphone in the hand of the dead Maggie Chen to make it look like Beth had shot Maggie in self-defence, and he doesn't want this to get out. Sarah poses as Katja to get her briefcase from the hotel. Inside the briefcase, she finds evidence of more lookalikes, one of whom is Alison Hendrix, a soccer mom. Sarah gets Alison to set up a meeting where she meets yet another lookalike, evolutionary developmental biology student Cosima Niehaus, the woman she spoke with on the phone.|
|3||3||"Variation Under Nature"||David Frazee||Graeme Manson||April 13, 2013||0.40|
|Alison tells Sarah that they are clones. In the briefcase, Sarah and Felix find that three of the clones Katja had found were already dead. Sarah goes to the police station to ask Art for the money back, only to be reinstated as a police detective, and drafted to cover Katja's murder. Worried that her fingerprints might be identical to Katja's she deletes them from the record. Art and Sarah track down the killer who starts shooting at them. Sarah saves Art's life, and then gives chase, only to find that the killer is another clone, Ukrainian Helena. Sarah stabs Helena, but Helena escapes. Art returns the money to Sarah, who gives it back to Alison, who had provided it to Beth to help with her investigation into their situation.|
|4||4||"Effects of External Conditions"||Grant Harvey||Karen Walton||April 20, 2013||0.36|
|Sarah and Art continue looking for the killer, while Sarah tries to cover up that both killer and victim are her sister clones. The police believe that the killer is a fundamentalist Christian, while Cosima deduces that the group affiliated with Helena believe the clones are abominations and must be killed. Helena keeps a close eye on Sarah and the case, putting Sarah's cover in jeopardy. Mrs. S allows her to visit Kira, but because Sarah is busy working the case, Felix asks Alison to impersonate Sarah otherwise Mrs. S would never allow her to see Kira again. However, Alison is shocked to find that Kira knows she is not Sarah. Helena lures Sarah to Maggie Chen's apartment, where it is revealed that Maggie worked for the same group Helena works for; Beth actually killed Maggie to protect the clones. Sarah allows Helena to escape before Art arrives, and Sarah quits the police force. Helena collapses and gets picked up by a man wearing the same symbol as Helena and Maggie.|
|5||5||"Conditions of Existence"||TJ Scott||Alex Levine||April 27, 2013||0.32|
|After waking up from a supposed dream where she was experimented on, Sarah spits out an electrode from her mouth. The clones soon learn that they have monitors, people in their lives whose purpose it is to observe them. Sarah suspects Beth's boyfriend Paul Dierden (Dylan Bruce) of being her monitor, while Alison suspects her husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun). Meanwhile, Vic comes across a chance meeting with Alison, and discovers that Sarah faked her death. In response, Sarah pays Vic $20,000 to leave her alone. Sarah and Felix spy on Paul's work place, but unknown to them, Paul follows Sarah walking Kira home from school. Paul also discovers that "Beth's" scar is gone. After calling Sarah to meet him at their home, Paul holds Sarah at gunpoint and demands an explanation, prompting Sarah to tell him that Beth is dead. When Sarah asks Paul why he is monitoring her, Paul admits that he does not know.|
|6||6||"Variations Under Domestication"||John Fawcett||Will Pascoe||May 4, 2013||0.34|
|Alison purchases a nanny cam and finds that Donnie snuck out during the middle of the night. Paranoid, Alison ties him up, while also handling a house party featuring her neighborhood. Sarah impersonates Alison to question Donnie, who says he was covering up letters from a girl he dated when he and Alison were broken up. Paul follows Sarah and ultimately learns of their nature as clones. He also helps Sarah get rid of Vic when he continues to be a nuisance to her. Felix suspects Alison's neighbor, Aynsley Norris (Natalie Lisinska), of being the actual monitor. Meanwhile, Cosima is approached by Delphine Cormier (Evelyne Brochu), a fellow student. Cosima suspects Delphine of being her monitor, but goes with her to a lecture given by Dr. Aldous Leekie (Matt Frewer) of the Dyad Institute, a proponent of "neolution" (using technology to advance human evolution). Later, it is revealed that Delphine and Leekie are lovers.|
|7||7||"Parts Developed in an Unusual Manner"||Brett Sullivan||Tony Elliott||May 11, 2013||0.28|
|Paul is questioned by his handler, Olivier Duval (David Richmond-Peck) regarding Beth's behavior. Though Paul tries to cover up the fact that Sarah is posing as Beth, the neolutionists discover the truth after checking the test results from experimenting on her. The neolutionists also believe Sarah to be the killer of the other clones. Meanwhile, Helena is nursed back to health by her trainer Tomas (Daniel Kash), who orders her to kill Sarah. Although she appears reluctant to do so, she implores Sarah to reveal the names of other clones. Later, Sarah calls Helena to help free Paul who is imprisoned in Olivier's nightclub, called "Neolution." Paul and Sarah hide out in Felix's loft to avoid the neolutionists. The police continue to investigate Katja's body and are perplexed to find a DNA match between the body and the killer, and that Katja's fingerprints also match Beth's.|
|8||8||"Entangled Bank"||Ken Girotti||Karen Walton||May 18, 2013||0.36|
|Paul blackmails Olivier into telling Leekie that there was only one clone who attacked, Helena. Leekie tells Paul he has a new job for him, and then arranges for Olivier to be killed. Delphine tells Leekie that Cosima made a pass at her, and he pushes Delphine to find out how many clones Cosima has had contact with. Cosima and Delphine sleep together, and then Delphine spies on her, giving the names of the clones to Leekie, but neglecting to mention Kira. Art goes to the morgue to check 'Sarah's' body, and this leads him to Felix. They question Felix, and realize that he is the one who made an anonymous call to Art with information about Beth. Alison takes vengeance on Aynsley whom she suspects of being her monitor by having sex with her husband Chad (Eric Johnson). Aynsley finds out, and confronts Alison, and the two fight. Sarah introduces Alison to Mrs. S and tells her about the clones. While they are talking, Kira finds Helena at the front door, and follows her out into the street. Kira is very kind to Helena, but when she hears her mother call, Kira goes to find her, and gets hit by a car.|
|9||9||"Unconscious Selection"||TJ Scott||Alex Levine||May 25, 2013||0.25|
|Kira is taken to the hospital, where it appears that she has accelerated healing. Alison returns home to find that Aynsley is holding an intervention regarding her past behavior and addictions, where under Felix's encouragement, Alison turns the tables by scrutinizing Aynsley. Art finds CCTV footage of the train station where Beth committed suicide, and discovers that Sarah has been impersonating her. Cosima learns that Delphine leaked the names of the clones to Leekie, and confronts her. Delphine reveals that she knows about Kira's existence but decided not to tell Leekie, knowing her life could come in danger should he know (Kira is the only known biological child of a clone). Sarah meets with Leekie, who wants her to save Helena from the Proletheans, the extremists who indoctrinated her. Tomas punished Helena for defying orders, but she is later rescued by Sarah, and turns against Tomas. They later return to Mrs. S, who has reached her contacts in England, and meet with Amelia (Melanie Nicholls-King), Sarah's birth mother. Amelia reveals that she gave her away and fled after realizing she was a surrogate mother to Dyad scientists. Furthermore, Amelia gave birth to twins; Helena is Sarah's twin sister.|
|10||10||"Endless Forms Most Beautiful"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||June 1, 2013||0.38|
|As Amelia meets Helena, police arrive to arrest Sarah, while Helena escapes. Sarah is about to tell Art the whole story, but gets spirited away by Daniel Rosen (Matthew Bennett), a Dyad operative. Sarah is brought to Rachel Duncan, a clone who is high in the Dyad organization. She offers Sarah and Kira protection. Leekie also offers the same to Alison and Cosima, as Cosima begins to display symptoms of a respiratory illness that Katja had. Alison confronts Aynsley a final time, ending with Alison watching Aynsley accidentally choke to death on her own scarf. Amelia tells a woman who appears to be Sarah that Mrs. S. is not who she says she is, but this 'Sarah' turns out to be Helena who stabs Amelia, blaming her for turning her over to the Proletheans. When Sarah finds her body, she shoots Helena. Alison signs Leekie's document, while Sarah goes to meet Rachel, planning to sign as well. However on the way, Cosima and Delphine decipher a code inside the clone genome; "this organism and derivative genetic material is restricted intellectual property." Cosima warns Sarah, who leaves Dyad before signing. She returns to discover Mrs. S.'s home ransacked, and Kira and Mrs. S gone.|
Season 2 (2014)Edit
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|11||1||"Nature Under Constraint and Vexed"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||April 19, 2014||0.62|
|Sarah, believing that Rachel has Kira, asks Alison to get a gun for her, so she can get into Dyad. Sarah impersonates Cosima at a Dyad show, steals Leekie's passkey, and makes it to Rachel, only to find that Kira is not there. Alison is chosen as the lead in the community musical replacing the now dead Aynsley.|
|12||2||"Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion"||John Fawcett||Karen Walton & Graeme Manson||April 26, 2014||0.72|
|Sarah tracks Kira to a hotel room, where Sarah is abducted only to find that Mrs. S. made it look like Kira had been kidnapped in order to get away. Kira no longer trusts Mrs. S., and when Sarah and Kira make a break for it, they find that Mrs. S.'s compatriots planned to sell Kira to the Proletheans. Art is suspended from the police after a run-in with Daniel. Angela learns that Helena is in the hospital, but Helena is abducted by one of Henrik Johanssen's men before Angela can see her. Cosima and Delphine set up a new lab at the Dyad Institute. Alison and Felix set a trap for Donnie, proving that he is Alison's monitor after all. Johanssen's men kill Tomas, and they hint at plans to use Helena to create a baby.|
|13||3||"Mingling Its Own Nature With It"||TJ Scott||Alex Levine||May 3, 2014||0.45|
|Sarah brings Kira and Felix to the home of Cal Morrison, who is revealed to be Kira's father. Felix returns to the city to support Alison in her play. Alison drinks too much before the debut, and falls off the stage. Cosima and Delphine investigate the death of Jennifer Fitzsimmons, a clone who suffered from the same respiratory illness as Katja and Cosima. Daniel abducts Sarah, but Cal finds them, and crashes his truck into their car.|
|14||4||"Governed as It Were by Chance"||David Frazee||Russ Cochrane||May 10, 2014||0.48|
|Cal helps Sarah get away leaving Daniel for dead. Helena discovers that Johanssen has taken something from her, but manages to escape. Sarah leaves Kira with Cal, and goes back to Mrs. S's house, where she finds a news clipping of Susan and Ethan Duncan, Rachel's scientist parents. Alison wakes up to find herself in rehab. Donnie tells her she won't be allowed to see her kids unless she sees out the week there. Sarah sneaks into Rachel's apartment, only to have Daniel turn up, and torture her, until Helena swoops in, and kills Daniel. Henrik Johanssen begins in vitro fertilization of eggs taken from Helena.|
|15||5||"Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est"||Helen Shaver||Tony Elliott||May 17, 2014||0.51|
|Paul storms in on Felix, and gets his fingerprints on the gun Daniel used to kill a police officer. Paul gives Sarah till morning to produce Kira and Helena or they will frame Felix for murder. Helena tells Art about a Swan Man and Maggie Chen's locker, but then escapes to go shoot Rachel. Leekie agrees to administer a new stem cell treatment for Cosima's illness against Rachel's orders. Sarah talks Helena out of killing Rachel, and the two of them set off to find the Swan Man, Ethan Duncan, father of Rachel Duncan.|
|16||6||"To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings"||Brett Sullivan||Chris Roberts||May 24, 2014||0.54|
|Sarah finds a church where Ethan has been, and eventually, follows the trail to Ethan himself. When she knocks on the door, Mrs. S. answers, making it clear that she knew about the clones from the start. Ethan tells Sarah how Leekie killed his wife, and stole Rachel from him. Helena meanwhile makes a connection with a guy in a bar, but ends up getting in a fight, and arrested. Mark and Gracie show up inviting Helena to come back with them to the Johanssen ranch, and allow herself to be inseminated with her own fertilized eggs. Scott joins Cosima and Delphine at the Dyad Institute, noting that the stem cells don't come from a clone but rather a clone's daughter. Angela has recruited Vic to get dirt on Alison in rehab.|
|17||7||"Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things"||Ken Girotti||Aubrey Nealon||May 31, 2014||0.50|
|Vic agrees not to tell Angela that Alison stood by while Aynsley choked to death in exchange for a meeting with Sarah. Sarah shows up at the rehab facility to meet Vic, but Felix has drugged him, and he collapses. Mrs. S. and Paul arrange a meeting between Rachel and her father Ethan. Ethan tells Rachel that Leekie killed her mother, and so Rachel fires Leekie, and warns him not to get in his car or go home if he wants to live. Cosima finds out that they have been implanting her with Kira's stem cells, and she asks Sarah for another tooth which Kira gladly gives. Donnie sees Sarah and Alison side by side for the first time, and realizes that Alison was telling the truth about being probed. Donnie goes to confront Leekie, and accidentally shoots him.|
|18||8||"Variable and Full of Perturbation"||John Fawcett||Karen Walton||June 7, 2014||0.58|
|Art receives a call on Beth's old cell phone from Tony, a transgender clone who promises his dying friend, Sammy, that he will deliver a message to Beth. Sarah and Mrs. S agree to transport Ethan Duncan to the Dyad Institute, hoping that his synthetic therapy will cure Cosima of her illness. Before he leaves, Ethan gives Kira a sci-fi novel that houses all of his secrets in its margins. Rachel takes control of the Dyad after Leekie's demise. Felix houses Tony at his apartment and calls Sarah for help. Sarah arrives and reveals the truth behind Tony's origins, and Tony reveals Sammy's message, saying that Paul is "on it, like me a ghost." Alison tells Donnie a secret, and Donnie reveals that he killed Dr. Leekie, and the two begin work to cover up. Cosima reveals to Scott that she is the one who is dying. Ethan arrives at Dyad, and informs Rachel that each of the clones was made infertile by design. Sarah's ability to give birth to Kira was a mistake. Ethan meets Cosima, Delphine and Scott, but Cosima collapses going into convulsions.|
|19||9||"Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done"||TJ Scott||Alex Levine||June 14, 2014||0.61|
|Kira agrees to give up her bone marrow to save Cosima. Rachel, yearning for a child of her own, tricks Delphine into luring Sarah away from Kira, and then walks into the hospital in the guise of Sarah, and abducts Kira. Vic returns to Alison's house trying to blackmail her or discover new dirt, but a newly assertive Donnie chases both Vic and Angela away. Alison and Donnie bury Leekie's body in their garage. Helena and Gracie Johanssen are implanted with Helena's eggs fertilized with Henrik's sperm, but Mark and Gracie run away while Helena wreaks revenge on Henrik, and burns the farm down.|
|20||10||"By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||June 21, 2014||0.54|
|Sarah surrenders to Dyad hoping to secure Kira's safety, but is imprisoned. Ethan is also a prisoner, but kills himself, rather than reveal the code key. Kira steals a cell phone from a nurse, and calls Cal who goes to Mrs. S's. Cal has made contact with Marion, a Dyad exec, who agrees to help rescue Sarah and Kira. Meanwhile, Cosima and Scott set up a trap, allowing Sarah to wound Rachel, and make her way to Kira's room. Marion meets Sarah there, and explains they are free to go, but asks Sarah to come meet her the next day. Sarah introduces Helena to Cosima and Alison, but when Helena leaves, she is abducted, and taken prisoner by the military. Kira shows Cosima the book Ethan gave her with the code key. Sarah visits Marion's home, and meets Charlotte, a fellow clone who is Kira's age. Marion explains that there was a male clone project, Castor, and shows her one: a dead ringer for the former Prolethean Mark.|
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||U.S. viewers|
|21||1||"The Weight of This Combination"||David Frazee||Graeme Manson||April 18, 2015||0.535|
|Helena is imprisoned and sees a Castor clone, Miller, who is instructed by Dr Virginia Coady. Delphine shows Sarah a video of two Castor clones, Rudy and Seth, attempting to abduct a Leda clone, Krystal Goderitch. Seth escaped but Rudy was imprisoned by Dyad. He knows about Sarah's family and tells Sarah to count her sisters, prompting her to discover that Helena is missing. Alison tells Marci Coates (Amanda Brugel) that she will run against her for school trustee and Donnie gets deliberately fired from his job. Mrs S tells Sarah that she gave up Helena to Paul to get Kira back. Delphine tells Cosima that she is taking over Rachel's duties and is ending their romantic relationship. Rachel has surgery to remove her eye and the extent of her brain impairment is unknown. Ferdinand (James Frain), a "cleaner" from Topside, comes to Dyad, and Sarah impersonates Rachel to him in exchange for Delphine helping to find Helena. Ferdinand meets with Delphine and Sarah (as Rachel) and they go to question Sarah (impersonated by Alison). Sarah (as Rachel) finds out that previously Topside killed 6 Finnish clones in 24 hours, referred to as "Helsinki". Rachel and Ferdinand were planning to similarly kill Sarah, Cosima and Alison, with Alison's assassination already underway. Sarah unsuccessfully attempts to warn Alison then attempts to strangle Ferdinand. Delphine interrupts and Sarah tells her that Helsinki is underway and the assassin about to kill Alison receives a message from Ferdinand aborting the assassination. Seth kills a security guard at Dyad and releases Rudy.|
|22||2||"Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis"||John Fawcett||Aubrey Nealon||April 25, 2015||0.420|
|23||3||"Formalized, Complex, and Costly"||John Fawcett||Chris Roberts||May 2, 2015||0.443|
|24||4||"Newer Elements of Our Defence"||Chris Grismer||Russ Cochrane||May 9, 2015||0.406|
|25||5||"Scarred by Many Past Frustrations"||David Frazee||Alex Levine||May 16, 2015||0.460|
|26||6||"Certain Agony of the Battlefield"||Helen Shaver||Aubrey Nealon||May 23, 2015||0.393|
|27||7||"Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate"||Ken Girotti||Sherry White||May 30, 2015||0.372|
|28||8||"Ruthless in Purpose, and Insidious in Method"||Aaron Morton||Graeme Manson & Chris Roberts||June 6, 2015||0.522|
|29||9||"Insolvent Phantom of Tomorrow"||Vincenzo Natali||Russ Cochrane||June 13, 2015||0.401|
|30||10||"History Yet to Be Written"||John Fawcett||Graeme Manson||June 20, 2015||N/A|
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