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‘Orphan Black’ Season 2: Tatiana Maslany Is Back, And She Has A Gun

Wed, February 26, 2014 1:13pm EDT by Shaunna Murphy 1 Comment
Orphan Black Season 2 Trailer
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They’re baaaack! Tatiana Maslany and all 10,000 of her clones stole — and occasionally stopped — our hearts during Season 1 of ‘Orphan Black,’ and an epic new promo for the show’s second season reveals that Sarah Manning’s fight has only just begun.

When we last left the insane sci-fi universe of Orphan Black, a dangerous, brand new “ProClone” named Rachel Duncan (Tatiana Maslany) arrived on the scene to make life miserable for Sarah Manning (Tatiana Maslany), Alison Hendrix (Tatiana Maslany), and Cosima Niehaus (Tatiana Maslany). Footage from the show’s April 19 premiere has finally been revealed, and it looks like we’re in for a pretty epic, clone-on-clone gun fight! Check out the wacky new footage below.

‘Orphan Black’ Season 2 — Sarah Fights Rachel

Sorry Rachel, but I’m with Sarah on this one — “Up yours, ProClone!”

Apparently time doesn’t heal all wounds, because Sarah — or, realistically, Alison posing as Sarah — seems to be poised to murder the ice-cold science b–ch in this brand new clip from Season 2.

“Nobody lays hands on me!” a clearly flummoxed Rachel says. (Um, Rachel, she technically just did.) “Sarah” replies by putting a gun to her head, saying, “You don’t own us!”

Now, again — this could very likely be Sarah since she’s tough-as-nails, but since Alison is currently the only one who signed the contract and is therefore “owned” by the Neolutionists, it would make sense that she would have the biggest ax to grind with Rachel:

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Is that really Sarah fighting Rachel, or is Alison just taking advantage of her “acting lessons” from Felix? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

— Shaunna Murphy

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