Wow, 3D printers have really come a long way.
Orphan Black," BBC America: Tatiana Maslany’s performance as several different women has justifiably earned a lot of praise for this taut, techno-grime thriller, but the most impressive aspect of what she’s accomplished? She made you forget she was doing it. By the third episode of "Orphan Black," you weren’t thinking about the brilliant directing and performing that made the clones’ interactions appear seamless, you were just dying for another one of Felix’s bon mots or another sly example of Allison’s soccer-mom obsessiveness. This series, made on the cheap in Canada, serves as an overwhelming rebuke to every crappy, expensive show made in the U.S. this year or any other: The frugal and smart "Orphan Black" combined relevant ideas about biotechnology and body-modification (that tail!), suspenseful storytelling and brilliant lead performances to create a stylish and enjoyable mystery that was the talk of social media for months.
Maureen Ryan, Best TV of 201: Weirdos, Oddballs, Veterans And Left-Field Gems (via cheekygeekymonkey)