If your husband/clueless monitor accidentally murdered the director of the scientific organization that helped clone you and your infinite amount of sisters, what would you do?

Luckily if you're Orphan Black's bottle-hiding soccer mom, Alison, (Tatiana Maslany) you'd know exactly what to do. (And you'd probably have enough time to scrapbook about it at the end of the day!)

At the end of last Saturday's episode, members of the Clone Club were blown away (literally) when Donnie (Kristian Bruun) angrily confronted Dr. Leekie (Matt Frewer) about his in-the-dark monitor duties, when all of the sudden, he shot him. We repeat: Donnie. Shot. Dr. Leekie.

And now, due to the fact we're utterly obsessed with this series, we've snagged you and exclusive sneak peek at Alison's hilariously perfect reaction after learning of her husband's deadly deeds.

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Orphan Black

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So what are Donnie's first words now that his wife knows the truth? "I'm pretty sure he crapped himself." That's really beautiful, Donnie. But because she's the obsessively clean suburbanite that we've come to know and love, Alison's first reaction to seeing Dr. Leekie's body is not utter shock or surprise—it's horror due to the fact that there is blood in the trunk. Oh Alison, please never ever change.

The scene only gets better and better when Alison discovers exactly what Donnie did with the murder weapon. (Something tells us we've got another glue-gun torture scene in our near future…)

Honestly, you had better stop reading and get to clicking because our first look video above will bring you so much joy, you'll think that you've gone sharesies on one of Alison's hidden happy pills.

Orphan Black airs Saturdays at 9 p.m. on BBC America.

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