Orphan Black finishes up its second season this weekend with a revealing finale that opens a lot of doors for the show. But before we look ahead, let's look back to consider our clones' journeys over the course of the second season.
Tatiana Maslany has continued to amaze this year, effortlessly sliding in and out of her various roles, and the show itself has made some efforts to clear up its mythology. We've met some new clones—one who is sadly deceased; another who is trans (and reveals a weak spot in Malsany's acting ability — or maybe it's just the horrible wig that makes Tony the weakest of the clones, though we admittedy haven't seen much of him yet.)
Sarah is arguably the clone with the most stable storyline, despite the fact that she isn't able to stay still. The Sarah we have grown to know over the course of the first season, for the most part, is the Sarah we get. What does change Sarah's story are the people she enlists as allies. Early on in the season she takes Kira to Cal, Kira's father, who proves to be both incredibly forgiving of her and incredibly loyal. (Also, you know, pretty attractive.) She also teams up with Mrs. S, her foster mother. Though it's still unclear what exactly Siobhan Salder's endgame is, she appears to act in Kira's best interest.