Arguably the most attractive clone (according to Felix and Sarah), Cosima is Clone Club’s resident scientist. Her interest in their origins is both personal and intellectual. Kris and Stephanie talk about all these things as well as how her character is revealed through her relationship with Delphine.
Cosima as the scientist
- Primary role – when she’s introduced, most of her scenes are in the lab and/or providing exposition to Sarah and Felix
- Affects her perspective – she seems excited and interested by the clone situation, whereas Sarah and Alison mostly just wish it would go away
- Provides a connection from our protagonists to Dyad and Dr. Leekie
Random (but relevant!) tidbits
- Cosima might be the most easily likable clone. She’s more easygoing than the others and has some great lines.
- Cosima’s sickness – When did she know she was sick? When she said to Sarah that “it’s a matter of life and death,” was she referring to herself?
- Cosima is “the hot one” or, as Felix phrased it, “arguably more attractive than the real Sarah.” Kris thinks it has a lot to do with The Smile. Stephanie points out that Cosima is very comfortable with herself. Another excellent point (that we somehow forgot to make in the actual podcast): smart is sexy.
- Stephanie wishes there was a more gradual (or more explicit) change in Cosima’s attitude toward Dyad.
Cosima and Delphine (science girlfriends!)
- This is Cosima’s primary independent storyline.
- Nerd flirting is effective (and Kris REALLY likes the term “nerd flirting”). Killer grades and a French accent seem to be the way to Cosima’s heart.
- Stephanie’s summation of events:
“Oh, I’ve got the upper hand. I am going to monitor the monitor! Wait, why am I naked and getting her ice cream?”
- When Cosima confronts Delphine about her deception/spying, she seems to be as angry with herself as she is with Delphine. The reasons/excuses she gave Sarah pretty much disappear when faced with the reality of the situation.
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