Orphan Black Season 3 Recap: Insolvent Phantom of Tomorrow

By April Lara | 3 years ago
Orphan Black Season 3 Recap: Insolvent Phantom of Tomorrow

Things are turning out into a bloodbath in the penultimate episode of “Orphan Black” Season 3, Episode 9 “Insolvent Phantom of Tomorrow.” Read below for the full recap.

Helena proves to be the most entertaining clone especially in this episode. It was when she turned things into a bloodbath and massacred drug dealers. Also, her tandem with Donnie is really awesome. They blend well together.

Sarah was down for business in London and because of that, she got some answers. It led her to realize that the Ledas and their nosiness have pushed them to the depths of a very deadly territory. Mrs. S isn’t too determined to destroy the Castor genome. Sarah followed the clues and together with Topside they were able to track down Kendall Malone – the original genome. However, before she could start asking the questions, Mrs. S showed up and it turns out that Ms. Malone is Mrs. S’ mother! However, we don’t know if Mrs. S know the whole time. She is ready to kill her mother but she got all confused when she found out that Malone carries with her a male genetic line as a result of absorbing a twin when she was in utero. Malone revealed that she was tested by Professor Duncan when she was in jail.

Cosima told Delphine that Sarah, Felix and Mrs. S are all in London to track down the genome before the Castor gets to it. Delphine said that Shay could have given the book to Castor. She then went to visit Shay, threatened her. Luckily, Cosima called just in time to tell Delphine that the mole is Grace and she gave up the book to save Mark.

Now, it’s time for the season 3 finale of “Orphan Black!” Are you excited? What are your thoughts on this episode? Let us know by posting your comments below!

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.