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Who knew algae could be so interesting? (Monty, that's who.)
In which we (finally) get some quality Monty time.
We’re running low on humans, show.
Where’s Ripley when you need her?
Just because you finally see sunshine doesn't mean that things are looking sunny.
Octavia truly becomes the Commander, and we get our first major death of the season (yay!).
Six years and seven days later ...
Netflix’s original series asks the question: What truly makes us human?
Stock up on the Tabasco sauce.
Travel to the edge of the Final Frontier.
The Reaping is here.
This episode is brought to you by Trainspotting. Choose life!
Never underestimate the nice girl.
It’s one “HOLY SHIZZ” moment after another.
Can’t you hear them knocking?
Forgotten how brutal The 100 writers can be? This episode will remind you.
Have we not learned our lesson about trusting dudes with giant dragon back tattoos?
In which a bunch of teens become the Doctor’s deputies.
Salvation lies within.
Blame it on the rain, yeah yeeeeah.
Let Bellamy speak, show!
Freddie Stroma looks good in everything, even a moustache from the 1890s.
This episode is brought to you by the letter F for
Boldly go where no Star Trek series had gone before.
It’s a damn good thing this episode didn’t end a few moments earlier.
This week, Clarke does her best Santa impression by making a list, and checking it twice.
Mo’ people, mo’ problems.
Season Four is off to a roaring start with nuclear levels of action and intensity.
Talk about a heart-pumping finale.
“Isn’t this the part where it’s time to go?”
Well THAT was stressful.
John Murphy for Chancellor.
The past always comes back to haunt these kids, doesn’t it.
The gang’s all here.
And THIS is how The 100 got its groove back.
This episode is brought to you by the letters B-R-U-T-A-L.
Fist pumps for (almost) everyone!
In which we get a lesson in history and, as always, death.
Finally, the plots being to align.
Arkadia is still effed up, but at least this episode was better than the last one.
One step forward, way too many steps back.
This is only the third episode, right?
Forgiveness doesn’t come easy ... or at all.
This science fiction show about a band of misfit mercenaries will remind you of shows you've seen before—no, not that one—but this kind of nostalgia can be a good thing.
In the immortal words of Octavia, "WE'RE BACK, BITCHES!"
This sci-fi show is an exploration of the human condition -- telepathy not required (for the viewer, anyway).
Trust no one who tells you that The X-Files isn't the greatest sci-fi TV show of all time.
A dystopia with Christian Bale can't possibly be that bad of a life, can it?
Look no further than this new ABC Family procedural for a little light science fiction fun.
Smarty Pants Maria R. reveals her favourite moments from Season 3 of Orphan Black.
"We! Are! Family! I got all my sestras with me!"
Clone Club takes a family trip to London!
Who had wearing an eyepatch or stroking a cat in Villain Bingo?
Welcome to Planet Alison.
And that is how you drop a mic.
Sarah moves in, Cosima moves on, and everybody at Mrs. S.'s is moving and grooving.
Sarah and Art hit the road, Alison and Donnie hit the campaign trail, and Cosima and Felix clean up a different kind of hit.
Where are these mangoes?
Wouldn't it be nice if Clone Club was back in session? BECAUSE IT IS!
NEED. SEASON 3. NOWWWWWW.
The penultimate episode of the season has someone feeling sad, someone breaking bad, and someone becoming a dad.
"HOLY TILDA SWINTON", indeed.
CLONE SWAP RETURNS, Felix solves many problems, and someone says the phrase "gruesomely fecund jelly." Yep
This episode has some incredibly sweet moments. Those don't last long.
In the Game of Clones, you win or you mess up everyone else's life to get what you want. (Unless what you want are kissing and shirtless GIFs, because you can find those here without any blackmail.)
This week's theme may be blasts from the pasts, but it's the future of the creepy cultists that provides the biggest OMG moment.
It's the Nashville crossover we've all been clamouring for! (Wait, what?)
After a long absence, a fan favourite returns: THE CLONE PHONES!
Orphan Black is finally back! 'NUFF SAID. (No, really. There isn't much that can be said without SPOILER SPOILER SPOILERS.)
In which Mandy W. implores you to check out Orphan Black without giving you any details about it.