There are only two new episodes left of "Orphan Black" season 2, and on Saturday, June 7, BBC America released a new sneak preview of next week's episode 9, "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done." Will Cosima survive? What will Alison and Donnie do with Dr. Leekie's body? What's going on with Helena? Answers to those questions and more are teased in this promo.
The latest episode, "Variable and Full of Perturbation," saw a new clone, a trans clone named Tony, introduced, and he definitely bonded with Felix. However, by episode's end, he was on his way out of town and away from all the madness of clone world. (Maybe.) Meanwhile, Alison and Donnie shared their killer secrets, and she found out that her husband was stupid enough to use her gun – and to return it to her locker – and did not do a very good job with post-kill cleanup. Finally, just as Cosima revealed that she's 324B21 to Scott and met Ethan Duncan, she coughed up more blood and began seizing.
In this next episode, Cosima takes a turn for the worse, which forces Sarah to take desperate action, with tragic consequences for those she loves. Meanwhile, the Proletheans set their ultimate plan in action and Alison and Donnie tangle with the law.
The "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done" promo offers a look at what's coming up for Alison, Cosima, Helena and the Proletheans. Yes, we get to see how Helena is doing after Mark and Gracie picked her up from the police station after the crazy clone got into a bar fight, but the promo offers more of a look at what's coming up for Mark and Gracie than it does regarding Helena. Mark's finally going to stand up for Gracie, but what will the consequences of that decision be?
Meanwhile, get ready to see more Vic and Alison. When he asks about her garage, she and Donnie have very different answers. That could be because of the body they currently have stashed away in their freezer. What's it going to take to get rid of Vic this time? Alison does have a craft room handy…
Finally, Delphine gives the others an update on Cosima and explains that "the disease is spreading too rapidly, but if we can reboot her immune system–" The only problem is that they need Kira's bone marrow. Will Cosima die? "She might," Sarah tells Kira when she asks just that question about her aunt. Save Cosima!
"Orphan Black" season 2 airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on BBC America. What do you think of the episode 9 "Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done" preview?