April 24, 2014 by Drinks at The Dal
Lauren’s Light Fae pendant has always been an important symbol on Lost Girl for Lauren’s servitude to The Ash. However, she left the Fae and took off the pendant in Season 3 and has not worn it since. Season 4 introduced another significant necklace, a gift from Lauren to Bo. We discuss how Bo’s necklace serves as an interesting counterpoint to Lauren’s necklace as well as talk about a couple other meaningful necklaces on the show.
Lauren’s Light Fae Pendant
- Symbol of her indentured servitude
- Chooses to put it on but she is manipulated both times
- Bo pulls it off her (and then throws it back at her) in “Vexed”
- Lauren takes it off and throws it at Lachlan in “Can’t See the Fae-rest”
- Lauren re-swears herself to the Light in “Masks”
- Lauren takes it off when she leaves with Taft in “Adventures in Fae-bysitting”
- Bo finds the discarded necklace in “Hail, Hale”
- What has happened to the necklace, we wonder.
Bo’s Labrys Necklace
- Bo finds it in “Turn to Stone” (Sorry, it wasn’t an engagement ring, Annie) with the note “For giving me the freedom to love and I do”
- Interesting counterpoint to Lauren’s Light Fae pendant, which symbolized captivity
- Bo chooses to put on Lauren’s necklace, presumably as a symbolic gesture that she still loves her
- Compliment to Lauren telling Bo freely, “I’m yours”?
- Copies of the necklace are available for purchase with all proceeds benefiting the Because I Am a Girl initiative
- Labrys: double-headed axe symbolic of lesbianism and women’s strength and power within the Wiccan/goddess movement
Other Significant Necklaces
- Kenzi is wearing Bo’s symbol as a necklace in “The Ceremony”
- Bo has Kenzi’s engagement ring on a chain in “Dark Horse”
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