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"Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion" is the second episode of the second season of Orphan Black that first aired on April 26, 2014. It is also the twelfth episode overall.

Synopsis

While Alison struggles with Aynsley's death and Cosima grapples with the worsening symptoms of her mysterious sickness, Sarah enlists Art's help to find Kira and is shocked when she learns where the trail leads.

Credits

Main Cast

Guest Starring

Cast

  • Millie Davis as Gemma Hendrix
  • Drew Davis as Oscar Hendrix
  • Terra Hazelton as Sarah Stubbs
  • Alex Karzis as Alexander
  • Anika Johnson as Pianist
  • Barbara Johnston as Kelsey
  • Kent Sheridan as Conrad
  • Carter Hayden as Paul
  • Natalie Linsinska as Aynsley Norris
  • Kristi Angus as Charity Simms
  • Priya Rao as Meera Kumar
  • Ryan Blakely as Reverend Mike
  • Earl Bubba McLean as Teddy
  • Rob de Leeuw as Barry
  • Darryl Flatman as Officer Carp
  • Allison Wilson-Forbes as Trauma Nurse
  • John Nelles as Dialogue Coach
  • Micah Barnes as Vocal Coach

Trivia

  • Even though "Endless Forms Most Beautiful" (two episodes prior) was set in December 2012, Aynsley's grave lists her year of death as 2014.

Music

All songs for the episodes have been verified by TuneFind(A reliable source)[1]

  • "Rita Mae Young" by The Record Company
  • "Previously on Orphan Black" by Trevor Yuile
  • "Theme from Orphan Black" by Two Fingers
  • "Kira's Cue" by Trevor Yuile

References

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