Even though episode two of the new season of Orphan Black still attempts to cover just as much ground as the premiere, ‘Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion’ is a tighter experience because there’s more depth to each clone’s situation and they’re becoming more and more intertwined. Should that trend continue, season 2 could rock quite the build.
We’ve known for a while that Kira, Sarah’s daughter, is special. Clones can’t reproduce, but for some reason Sarah can, so naturally her offspring is one of a kind and therefore highly valuable to the various interested parties.
Watching Sarah react to Kira’s disappearance has been gut-wrenching, but by ditching the missing Kira plot early on, we can get to the juicer parts of her curious situation. And it’s those juicier parts that are responsible for the large majority of the connective tissue between scenes, scenarios and characters in ‘Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion.’
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