There’s a whole new club of clones heading to season three of BBC America’s Orphan Black: a cavalcade of male genetic identicals currently dubbed Project Castor. The militaristic counterpart to our beloved Leda clones (a.k.a. the Tatiana Maslany Club For Ridiculously Good And Convincing Acting, So What Exactly Is Your Deal, Emmy Voters?) have proven to be ominously shady and hyper violent at best in the few minutes we caught of them at the end of season two. And in this latest clip from the Beebs, we see just how reactive and dangerous Ari Millen’s Castor boys seem to be.
Which is to say: holy freakin’ cats do the male counterparts feel straight-up devious and maybe-even a little bit cuckoo for cocoa puffs. This is a brotherhood based on deception, danger, and seriously aggressive behavior. And it gives us a great glimpse into how they may or may not be working together. Are they trying to trap the Leda clones? What do they want from the girls and why must they go about it this way? And of course — because Mark — the biggest mystery of all: are they actually all working towards the same, ominous goal?
And what, pray tell, are we going to learn about our favorite Leda clan from these menacing and maniacal mens?
BBC America also released a series of images with equally mysterious phraseology on them, but it does prove one thing to be true: their bonds run deep — but is theirs a deeper connection than Alison, Helena, Cosima, and Sarah’s?
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