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Our punky protagonist begins season 2 searching for her missing daughter, Kira, who may hold the key to the other clones' infertility. But she'll also find herself on the run, teaming up with an unlikely ally and turning to a former lover (Nashville's Michiel Huisman) for help.
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The now-deceased police detective set Sarah's journey in motion when she stepped in front of a moving train to end her own life. Sarah then claimed Beth's identity — and Beth's boyfriend/monitor, Paul — in the hopes of draining her bank account, only to discover the vast clone conspiracy she never knew existed.
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A German with red hair and a nasty cough, Katja was on the receiving end of a sniper bullet courtesy of clone-killer Helena while in the back of Sarah's car. However, her briefcase full of files and blood samples helped the clones in their genetic investigation.
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The gun-toting, pill-popping suburban soccer mom stood and watched as her monitor Aynsley choked to death. Just one problem: That wasn't her monitor. Alison will struggle with that decision in season 2. On the bright side, she got Aynsley's part in the community-theater musical!
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The evolutionary developmental biology student fell in love with her female monitor, Delphine, and made the startling discovery that the clones were patented by their creators. But she needs their help to study her own genetic code and combat the same respiratory illness that afflicted Katja.
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Sarah's self-mutilating twin was raised in a Ukrainian convent and trained by the Proletheans to kill other clones. After stabbing their birth mom to death, Helena choked Sarah before stopping and saying they were incapable of killing each other. Not true! Sarah shot Helena, leaving her to die.
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Raised by Neolutionists, Rachel implied harm would come to Kira if Sarah didn't cooperate. Sarah's response: ''Up yours, proclone.'' Now Kira is missing. Is Rachel behind it? Either way, the war between Sarah and Rachel will rage in season 2, with casualties on both sides.
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Orphan Black's newest clone, a high school teacher and swim coach, will be introduced when Cosima comes across her video diaries. Jennifer also suffers from respiratory problems, and the footage, which shows her deteriorating condition, will be yet another clue in Cosima's battle to stay alive. Click to watch EW exclusive footage from Jennifer's video diaries.