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Orphan Black - Season 3 Episode 10: History Yet to Be Written
An orphan gets caught up in a deadly conspiracy after learning that she is a clone. Just as Sarah and her clone sisters were beginning to piece together the complex conspiracy behind the shadowy Dyad Institute, the discovery of Project Castor – a top-secret military project producing highly-trained male clones – throws their lives back into turmoil.
After last week's anticlimactic episode, the Orphan Black finale delved right back into the whole Leda versus Castor debate, pitting the two sides of the genetic coin against each other in a bid to test the original... and find a cure.
The glaring loose ends that couldn't be tied were mercifully put to pasture with a touch of Machiavellian flair, leaving most of the familial dysfunction that has bubbled over the past few weeks to be peacefully resolved.
"History Yet to Be Written" brought everyone together again to highlight the highly unconventional family that has formed over three seasons, and it was heartwarming to see everyone-including Art!-in the same room again.
For all the mind-bending action, deepening conspiracies, and technological feats, Orphan Black is still at its heart about two things: the fights for families and for control. Both these themes do get some straightforward attention.
It was nice to see Sarah succeed for once, and seeing her reunite with her sisters and then her daughter was as gratifying as expected. But it's just not that thrilling to see a not-terribly-complex plan simply work well.