September 20, 2015 by Drinks at The Dal
Kenzi comes back in town to tell Bo about a painting that could banish the Ancients, and they team up to infiltrate a museum where the painting is being stored. Meanwhile, Lauren is trying to figure out how she survived the car crash, and Dyson must deal with Alicia coming closer to the truth about him and her husband.
Drink Special: Laser Beam
1 oz Southern Comfort
½ oz Amaretto
½ oz Sloe Gin
½ oz Vodka
Shake ingredients with ice. Pour over ice into a Collins glass and garnish
- Stephanie is still a little confused about the painting but fine. There’s a box. Everyone wants the box. And the museum caper had some fun stuff.
- Persephone flew into the picture again, seeming to be someone Bo can trust. But can she be trusted? Is that the last we’ve seen of Perps?
- That was a terrible plan, y’all. We’ll chalk it up to Bo and Kenzi being rusty.
- Why did Jack help Zee? Or did he change the song just to protect himself? Something is beginning. (Again!)
- Zee is afraid of Jack, which is very, very worrying.
- We get a glimpse of the Papaya Horse (Pyrippus!) painting.
- Great to see you, Kenzi! But please don’t use the phrase “tingle flower” ever again.
- While it was great to see Kenzi again, Stephanie wishes that they hadn’t brought her back just to send her away again.
- Annie thinks Bo sending Kenzi away was slightly out of character — wouldn’t she want her best friend around to help fight the threat of Hades/The Ancients? Stephanie and Kris point out that since Kenzi did just die for Bo that we can definitely see her being very protective.
- We got a nice Benzi moment, but there was so much stuff going on in this episode there wasn’t enough Benzi stuff. Even though technically Bo and Kenzi had teamed up on the mission, Kenzi had several scenes by herself.
- Kenzi, you gotta stick around and fix this mess between Bo and Tamsin.
- Interesting choice not to pick up where “44 Minutes to Save the World” left off — but why?
- “Applying the benign virus” that Jack suggested seemed to be what changed Lauren, so she wasn’t trying to make herself Fae.
- Lauren seems to be something in between human and Fae, and somewhat naive to trust Jack’s assessment that she is fine.
- Bo asking who checked her & Lauren saying it doesn’t matter – YES, IT DOES, LAUREN!
- Bo seems very concerned about Lauren, and so are we.
Dyson & Alicia
- Shut up, Mark.
- Kris may have called both Dyson and Mark “dumbasses” for being so careless with the red file folder of secrets.
- Okay, fine. Alicia deserved to know the truth and not be lied to anymore, but Mark is still annoying.
- Dyson claimed Alicia? We were not expecting that! What does this mean? It was interesting to see how far Dyson has come in his attitude toward humans since the beginning of the series.
- Are the writers heading for a Dyson/Alicia thing? It seemed like it, but Stephanie isn’t sure now that they’ve made clear that Kevin Brown is still alive inside of Hera.
- “He’s contained.” “So was Hannibal Lecter. Didn’t last.”
- HADES IS NOT THE DEVIL. (In mythology)
- The clubhouse has sheer curtains! Bo really is trying to make it homier.
- Wouldn’t Kenzi have introduced Hale’s grandfather as Hale’s grandfather from the get-go? That was a little strange.
- Stephanie can’t decide if she likes Bo’s “box step” line to Persephone or if it squicks her out. Probably both.
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