And so it ends... Tatiana impresses yet again, playing a younger Sarah with a slightly thicker accent. Oh, Art, why handcuff Enger in plain sight? Poor Dr. Coady...bringing a gun to a Helena fight. Well, that wrapped up fast. But I guess they had to leave room for the grand farewells... It takes a certain kind of chutzpah for an actor to gaze at her own face and say "She's so beautiful"... Clone baby shower! It's amazing, they all have different voices. Is it me, or has Art slimmed down and buffed up over the years? Is it me, or has Donny...not? Nice that they finally admitted the title of the show doesn't really mean anything... Helena kinda reminds me of what Pia Zadora's husband said when he found out she was pregnant. "Oh, good, now she'll have somebody her own age to play with." Fun little music video after the credits... What an amazing show. In a way, I feel sorry for Tatiana Maslany...that was one of the great performances of, well, ever, and she now risks having the rest of her career overshadowed by it. She was able to portray the different clones, and even the different clones impersonating each other, so distinctly that not only was I never confused, I sometimes even forgot it was all the same actor. Plus the show quickly developed a wonderful ensemble cast, even just counting Tatiana as one actor. And the show itself will stay in my mind as one of the great ones. Its first season or two were simply phenomenal, and while it started to creak a little in the middle from the weight of too much mythology piling on, it eventually streamlined enough to give us a good final run. I'm going to miss this show. But I'm glad it was able to go out on its own terms, before it had started to drag on too long. And I certainly look forward to what Tatiana Maslany, and creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett, do next. So long, Orphan Black. It was a blast knowing you!