Orphan Black Season 6 Spoilers: Certain Agony of the Battlefield (Episode 6) [Watch Video]
Dying to know what’s going to happen on the next episode of “Orphan Black” Season 3, Episode 6? I’ve got some spoilers to share. Read on.
In the upcoming Episode 6, now that they know the truth behind the Castor Clones, the question is, will Sarah realize that she is also infected with the same virus the male clones have? What’s also going to happen to Cosima who has a new love interested, a male clone from the Castor Clones?
In an article from Entertainment Weekly (EW) John Fawcett, the creator/co-showrunner of “Orphan Black” has revealed some details.
“I would say that… Mark loves Gracie, and I actually think that affection for her is genuine. I never want to feel like some fiendish plan by the military. I mean, take that for whatever you want. I think it’s better that you just watch the next episode rather than me wreck it for ya. I think the tease is really at the end of this episode, where we realize that the women that the Castors are sleeping with are contracting some kind of virus or some kind of STD-some kind of weird thing that we’ve never seen before.” Fawcett said to EW.
Fawcett also teased that the upcoming episode is going to be a big one, “Well, I certainly would like to see some answers in regards to those strong storylines that we left on – which is, what the hell is going on with Gracie? And the Castor clones – I really feel like the audience needs some answers. Episode 6 is a big one for us. It’s really important. It answers a lot of things in the show. It’s kind of a bit of a midseason climax for us to be honest.”
There fans, the upcoming episode 6 is going to be big! So watch out for it.
“Orphan Black” Season 3 airs on BBC America every Saturdays at 9pm.
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