"Orphan Black" season 2 continues next week with episode 4, "Governed As It Were By Chance," and on Saturday, May 3, BBC America released a new sneak preview teasing what's next. Like always, everything is crazy and we have more and more questions.
The latest episode saw Sarah take Felix and Kira to a seemingly random remote cabin, only for it to end up being Cal's – and he's Kira's father. Felix got a few things off his chest before saying goodbye and heading back to be there for Alison, but then things got complicated when Daniel tracked Sarah and Kira down. To save her daughter, Sarah gave herself up, and as she and Daniel were driving, a truck crashed into the passenger's side of their car.
Meanwhile, Alison continued to spiral, turning to booze and pills with Felix out of town and Cosima busy with her own problems, as opening night for her musical arrived. While Felix did make it back in time to see her performance, Alison ended up walking right off the stage. Meanwhile, Delphine introduced Cosima to a new clone, Jennifer, who was sick before Katja and died a few days ago, and when they examined her body, they maybe found a cause for the clones' infertility: growths on the uterine wall. Finally, Henrik bound himself to Helena in this weird ceremony before carrying her off bridal-style.
In this next "Orphan Black" episode, Sarah returns home to look for answers, which suggests that Daniel is at least injured enough for her to escape. With Cosima's help, Sarah looks into the origins of the clone experiment, and while "the hunt takes her right into the belly of the best…getting out again could cost her more than she knows."
The "Governed As It Were By Chance" promo offers a look at Helena and Sarah's storylines in this next episode. Gracie is still referring to the crazy mirror twin clone as "it," with her father still trying to convince her that she's family. "Go back to hell where you belong," Gracie tells the clone. It doesn’t look like she's going to change her mind about her anytime soon. But is Helena going to try to escape?
Meanwhile, Sarah discovers that Mrs. S has lied to her (again). "She's the key to all of this," she says, and we see that Project LEDA photo again, as well as an old newspaper clipping of what looks like the same two people. "Does that mean that Mrs. S knew the whole time?" Felix wonders. What else is she keeping from them? Is that home video from Sarah's childhood?
As for Mrs. S, she tells Benjamin, "I have to get to London and find somebody," but he informs her that "he came through a week ago," so she's not going anywhere. Maybe. When she goes investigating, someone grabs her from behind. Will we learn more about Mrs. S' past next week?
"Orphan Black" season 2 airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on BBC America. What do you think of this episode 4 "Governed As It Were by Chance" promo?