Cory and Tim chat about another week of big premieres, Louis C.K.'s debt, and their wives' favorite shows.
Told almost entirely through flashbacks to Beth's life prior to her death, the Season 4 premiere was a successful, streamlined reboot of the Orphan Black fans fells in love with.
You have piqued our interest, Orphan Black!
We don't really know what is happening, but we're at least kind of intrigued by it all.
No longer will have to stay in on Saturday nights!
The list of LGBT-friendly shows keeps growing and growing.
Wonderland ain't all that wonderful.
What in the heck is going on in this super tease?
The Season 3 finale attempted to right some of the season's earlier wrongs by bringing everything full circle.
The male clones of BBC America's sci-fi drama are just as important as the fan favorites.
The lighter comedic tone of "Community of Dreadful Fear and Hate" felt out of place following last week's tragedy.
"Newer Elements of Our Defense" set up the next chapter of Season 3 as Sarah dug up some things that were probably better off left buried.
Similarities between the Leda clones and the Castor clones were revealed in "Formalized, Complex, and Costly."
Sarah and Alison both made bold decisions as "Transitory Sacrifices of Crisis" cracked open the book on the male clones.
"The Weight of This Combination" welcomed us back to Clone Club with plenty of confusion.