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'Orphan Black' 2x03 preview: A new clone, Helena's purpose and Sarah on the run

"Orphan Black" just seems to get wilder and wilder with each episode – and with each new character introduced – and it looks like that's going to continue with next week's episode 203, "Mingling Its Own Nature With It." On Saturday, April 26, BBC America released a new sneak preview teasing what's next.

Orphan Black, Season 2, Episode 3, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Felix (Jordan Gavaris)
© Steve Wilkie for BBC AMERICA, used with permission

By the end of the latest episode, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) had taken Kira (Skyler Wexler) and run from Mrs. S (Maria Doyle Kennedy), and after picking up Felix (Jordan Gavaris), they were leaving town. Meanwhile, Alison had proven that Donnie (Kristian Bruun) is her monitor, but with Felix leaving town, she didn't really have anyone to turn to.

As for Cosima, she got an introduction to Dyad – and Rachel, who tasked her with figuring out what makes Sarah different (a.k.a., able to conceive). Oh, and according to the proclone, what makes the clones sick comes from the cloning procedure, not the original DNA. Plus, Henrik (Peter Outerbridge) had Mark (Ari Millen) kill Tomas (Daniel Kash).

In this next episode, after hitting the road with Felix and Kira, Sarah is forced to turn to someone from her past, an old flame, Cal Morrison (Michiel Huisman). However, when their brief respite is brutally shattered, she realizes that no matter how fun she runs, it will never be far enough.

Despite the description for the episode being all about Sarah, the "Mingling Its Own Nature With It" promo is pretty light on her. It begins by introducing the newest clone, Jennifer Fitzsimmons via her video diaries watched by Cosima. In the video, Jennifer says they found polyps on her lungs, and when Cosima asks Delphine (Evelyne Brochu) if she's okay, her girlfriend/monitor's reaction is enough of an answer. "You definitely can't trust Delphine," Alison warns Cosima over the phone. Is she right?

Meanwhile, Alison is handling the musical with pills and alcohol, you know, typical Alison. It probably doesn't help that they're dedicating the performance to Aynsley. Of all the clones, she's probably the one the most in need of a friend right now.

Elsewhere, Henrik tells Gracie, "Helena does have a purpose, and she is going to be part of our family now." We see Gracie watching Helena eat and Henrik carrying the crazy clone. What exactly is Henrik's plan for her?

Finally, in the final moments of the promo, we catch up with Sarah and Cal, and it looks like at least one of the sneak peeks previously released of these two is from this episode. Cal asks Sarah if she can stop running for a minute, and they kiss. But who exactly is Cal? Can he really be trusted? Could he be Kira's father?

"Orphan Black" season 2 airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on BBC America. What do you think of this episode 3 "Mingling Its Own Nature With It" preview?

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