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Watch: Tatiana Maslany Gets the Giggles in ‘Orphan Black’ Season 3 Bloopers

The “Orphan Black” cast and creators gathered at Comic-Con in San Diego to give fans a peek at what goes on behind the scenes.

In the blooper reel, Tatiana Maslany giggles into a megaphone with her mouth full at the dinner table, even with a scorpion crawling all over her.

The panel also dished out three highly stylized parodies about Alison and Donnie — one of the show’s most captivating relationship dynamics. Fans were also treated to a highlight reel that looked back on the third season.

In addition to Maslany, stars Jordan Gavaris, Ari Millen, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Kristian Bruun and Dylan Bruce — as well as co-creators Graeme Manson and John Fawcett — attended the panel, moderated by “Parks and Recreation” star Retta.

Fans hoping to come away with intel on Delphine’s (Evelyne Brochu) fate following her finale shooting were left empty-handed, with co-creator Graeme Manson cryptically teasing, “Nobody’s safe… but she’s ‘Orphan Black’ dead.”

Co-creator John Fawcett added, “It’s a mystery, guys. There’s a reason why it’s a mystery.”

The BBC America thriller will return for a fourth season in 2016.

Watch the blooper reel here:

Plus three Alison and Donnie parody clips:

Take a look back at season 3:

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