Day 8: Your favorite quote? — 10 Days of Lost Girl Season 5

This episode is part of our 10 Days of Lost Girl Season 5 series in which we answer questions about Season 5. To see all of the questions we are answering as well as get links to the episodes in which we answer those questions, visit our 10 Days of Lost Girl Season 5 guide.

10 Days of Lost Girl Season 5 - Day 8

Your favorite quote?

  • Annie: Lauren: “Oh boy, yes.” in “End of Faes”. The moment that made all the Doccubus hearts across the land go squeeeee!!!
  • Kris: From “Like Hell, Part 2,” Bo (to her father): “I don’t need to know you to know myself.”
  • Stephanie: From “Follow the Yellow Trick Road”: “You wanna buy a didgeridoo?”

Tell us yours in the comments below!

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4 Replies to “Day 8: Your favorite quote? — 10 Days of Lost Girl Season 5

  1. Trick (to Stacey): “You have a french fry in your hair.” Sweet Valkyrie High

    Thomasina (to herself): “I’m gonna die in the woods with a girl wearing gingham.”
    — Follow the Yellow Trick Road

  2. I want to start my class (I teach high school) one day by looking at my students and saying, “What’s up, Motherfaers.” – Tamsin, “Rise”

    Runner-up “You’ve really got the wrong girl.” – Lauren to the naked football player, “Clear Eyes, Fae Hearts”

  3. Freya to Bo in Like Hell: “Why, in the name of my Glorious After Life are you fingering my flower?”

    Kenzi: “Figures I would get the Fartie Pony” from “Let Them Burn”

    Lauren: “Hey, does sucking chi always give you such an appetite?”

  4. Lola had some hilarious lines but the first one I thought of was “want to buy a didgeridoo?” because her delivery and then the look on Bo’s face was priceless. Nice job ZP and AS! Also Dyson as Nosyd “Dyson, like the vacuum cleaner? No, no sir…”

    But when I thought about it more, I agree that Michelle Nolan’s straight-faced delivery of the line: “Then why in the name of my glorious after life were you fondling my flower?” was an excellent example of Lost Girl double entendre.

    Final contender: Lauren going “Picchu!” accompanied by a finger gun “shooting” because it’s Lauren being geeky and adorable all at once. 🙂

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