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'Orphan Black' season 2 episode 2 preview: Will Art help Sarah find Kira?

"Orphan Black" season 2 continues next week with episode 2, "Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion." On Saturday, April 19, BBC America released a new sneak preview teasing what's coming up next for the clones and those in their lives.

Orphan Black, Season 2, Episode 2, Donnie (Kristian Bruun) and Alison (Tatiana Maslany)
© Steve Wilkie for BBC AMERICA, used with permission

In the season 2 premiere, Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) was willing to go as far as she had to in order to find Kira (Skyler Wexler), and that included sneaking into Dyad pretending to be Cosima, only to find out from Rachel that they didn't have her daughter. She then went to Art (Kevin Hanchard), who was finally going to get the answers he wanted – though maybe he'd realize he didn't want them. Meanwhile, Helena turned out to be alive enough to make it to a hospital, as Mark (Ari Millen) of the new group of religious extremists watched, and finally, whoever had Kira took her photo.

In this next "Orphan Black" episode, Alison struggles with Aynsley's death, while Cosima struggles with the worsening symptoms of her mysterious illness. Sarah enlists Art's help to find Kira, but she's shocked when she learns where the trail leads.

The "Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion" promo begins with Sarah possibly on the phone with Kira, but it looks like that may only lead to a dead end, as Art comes out of an office and says they ("young girl matching Kira's description and some guy") are gone. Who grabs Sarah?

Meanwhile, Alison tells Felix (Jordan Gavaris) that she killed Aynsley. It looks like she's also going to be turning back to the alcohol in this episode. So much for any clean living.

As for Cosima, she gets a look at Dyad with Delphine (Evelyne Brochu) and Dr. Leekie (Matt Frewer), as well as where she could be working. "Do make yourself at home," Rachel tells her.

Then there's Helena, who somehow managed to survive being shot point blank in the chest. How is that possible?

"Orphan Black" season 2 airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on BBC America. What do you think of the episode 2 "Governed By Sound Reason and True Religion" promo?

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