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first_img Login/Register With: SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not watched “To Right the Wrongs of Many,” the series finale of “Orphan Black.”It started with two. When “Orphan Black” first premiered in 2013, there were two women at the center of the pilot episode’s inciting incident. Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany) sees her double meticulously take off her shoes, set down her bag, and step off the train platform to commit suicide. Sarah then takes over that woman’s life for a time before learning that one doppelganger is quaint, but in reality, she has almost a dozen, who are clones of her and her twin sister Helena (Maslany).Though the heart of the show was #CloneClub, and that included anyone who was on the side of the clones, helping them to get to the bottom of what was going on at the Dyad Institute and later helping to stop P.T. Westmorland (Stephen McHattie) the center was more often than not the two originals, carrying the thread from the pilot episode, even if the “who” evolved. So it is only fitting then that the series finale of “Orphan Black,” entitled “To Right the Wrongs of Many,” spent the first half focused solely on them: Sarah and Helena, “the only set of twins we ever had – fertile freaks” as Westmorland himself put it not-so-eloquently. READ MORE Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Twitterlast_img

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