'Orphan Black' bloopers and all the videos from their Comic-Con panel

While the "Orphan Black" panel at Comic-Con was light on Season 4 details, there was no shortage of videos in the presentation.

During the panel, fans were treated to a highlight reel, bloopers and a series of Donnie and Alison videos reimagining the pair (and the rest of Clone Club) in a sitcom, a slasher film and a telenovela. 

Tatiana Maslany discussed Krystal (the newest clone introduced this season), her love of Comic-Con and a scene from the recently concluded third season that left her "so messed up" (hint: It involved broccoli and a lot of sugar) during the panel that also included actors Jordan Gavaris, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Dylan Bruce, Kristian Bruun, Ari Millen and co-creators John Fawcett and Graeme Manson.

Also, the clone Maslany would miss the most if she were to go? Alison. 

While Alison received a lot of love during the panel, another clone that received a lot of attention was Helena, who went from prisoner to suburban secret weapon during the past season. 

"Who wouldn’t want to see Helena pregnant in a pink frock?" asked Fawcett when discussing the decision to kick off the third season with Helena's baby shower hallucination. Also among Fawcett's favorite moments this season was Helena eating her talking scorpion, Pupok. 

The co-creators also shared that they think about Helena's backstory. A lot. 

Helena's dietary habits are sometimes a bit of an obstacle for Maslany, as you can see in the blooper video with the takes of the Clone Club dinner party from the season finale. 

Gavaris shared how that dinner scene took two full days to film. "We were shackled," he said. "There were chains." 

The panelists also discussed the two major deaths this season: Paul and Delphine. 

Bruce revealed that he had known since last year's Comic-Con that his character's days were numbered, and he reveled in "going out like a boss." 

While Paul's death is apparently absolute, both Fawcett and co-creator Manson were more vague about the ultimate fate of Delphine. 

"She's 'Orphan Black' dead," Manson said. 

"It's a part of the mystery" of the series, Fawcett added. 

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