Catch A Sneak Peek of Orphan Black 105 “Conditions of Existence” [Possible Spoilers]

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Before last week’s Orphan Black episode “Effects of External Conditions” we got a trailer and a short video interview with star Tatiana Maslany.  This week TV|Line has an exclusive sneak peek video from this Saturday’s episode “Conditions of Existence” that hints at Paul’s possible involvement in the grand conspiracy.

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Clip Synopsis:

Here, it’s an impromptu meeting of “Clone Club,” as Sarah reveals her dalliance with Beth’s boyfriend Paul.  And the tension’s heating up as Cosima alerts Sarah to impending danger as the pressure rises…

“But if my blind subject were to suddenly become self-aware, it’d either be a Eureka moment or… I would terminate. So, be careful, okay?”


These clones have balls and there’s an awful lot of talk about them, or rather Paul’s, in this clip.  Maybe that’s why I found myself shifting in my chair while I watched it.


Orphan Black airs on BBC America Saturday nights at 9/8c right after Doctor Who and just before The Nerdist.

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Tom Gardiner