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‘Orphan Black’ and ‘In the Flesh’ continue to amaze and frighten on BBC America

On the next episode of BBC America’s “Orphan Black,” airing on May 31, 2014, secrets are revealed and difficult decisions are made, according to Buddy TV. In addition, The Hollywood Reporter notes that actress Michelle Forbes appears as Dr. Leekie (Matt Frewer) and Rachel’s (Tatiana Maslany) boss, Marian Bowles.

Tatiana Maslany is seen as Alison (L) and Sarah (R), two clones she portrays on the hit BBC America series 'Orphan Black.'
© Steve Wilkie for BBC AMERICA

In the episode entitled, “Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things,” Alison (Maslany) admits while in rehab that she had a role in Aynsley’s gruesome death. Also, Cosima (Maslany) discovers the truth about her treatment and is unhappy with Delphine (Evelyne Brochu) over it.

Not only that, Felix (Jordan Gavaris) and Sarah (Maslany) show up at rehab to help Alison with all she has been going through. If that was not enough, Rachel is reunited with her father, which in turn effects a number of different people. According to THR, the meeting is quite traumatic for Rachel, since her father has been resurrected for the encounter.

“Orphan Black” airs on Saturday night at 9/8c on BBC America.

On the same network, the partially dead are getting into trouble and facing all kinds of injustice on “In the Flesh.” According to the BBC America website, Kieren (Luke Newberry) does not want to hurt his fellow undead friend Amy (Emily Bevan), but is attracted to her cult leader boyfriend, Simon (Emmett Scanlan), with whom he shared a fleeting kiss.

Simon, however, decides to prove how much he likes Kieren by having lunch with his family. Unfortunately, Amy spies the two being affectionate as they head off for the feast and is devastated by Kieren’s betrayal. During the get together, Kieren's sister, Jem (Harriet Cains), “provokes” him “into a confession which sends shockwaves round the family, and astounds Simon,” according to BBC America.

“In the Flesh” airs tonight at 11/10c on BBC America.

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