Sleepy Hollow’s Orlando Jones Totally Wants A Role On Orphan Black

And a million fans cried out "Please, yes!"
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Remember the time when Suits’ Patrick J. Adams tweeted about his love for Orphan Black so much that he landed a guest spot on the show? Now, our favorite police captain and Tumblr wizard – Sleepy Hollow’s Orlando Jones – is trying to get in on the action. And we heartily approve.

Jones, a self-confessed fangirl, tweeted about how much he (like all of us) is missing Orphan Black. After the show’s official account responded to him, so did the folks at Temple Street, the production company who make Clone Club possible:

TEMPLE STREET. This is important. Please make this happen. Jones has already appeared in The Cloneversation, the chat show that aired before OB season two. He is so, so excellent to fans, and super-active on Twitter and Tumblr. And imagine the amazing fusion of the Sleepyheads and the Clone Club?

I think I’d like to see Jones as Art’s new, no-nonsense partner, who finds out about the clones in a weird run-in with Helena and some hard-boiled eggs. Let’s do this.

(via The Nerdist)

Previously in Sleepy Hollow

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