What was intended to be a short break on our part has turned into a longer break than we intended. We haven’t been able to record for several weeks, and given the proximity of the winter holidays, we decided to formally extend our podcast hiatus until after the new year. Look for new episodes in January.
We discuss some of our favorite music moments in Seasons 4 and 5, having covered our favorites from the earlier seasons in a previous episode. We mention songs that mirror characters’ emotional states, songs that we just think are catchy, and one song with very curious lyrics.
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Bo pretends to go dark to earn her father’s trust, but what plans does he have for her? Dyson, Lauren, and Kenzi figure out Bo’s strategy, and Mark suggests they turn to Vex to go to Bo’s aid.
Lost Girl just aired its last episode. What does that mean for this podcast? We discuss our plans for Drinks at The Dal now that Lost Girl has come to an end.
We share our first impressions and what made us happy in “Rise,” including the return of an old (huge) friend and happy endings for a couple of couples.
Realizing that Tamsin has been taken captive by Jack, Bo tries to learn more about Jack’s plan to mount a better assault against him. At Vex’s suggestion, she goes in search of the midwife at her birth for the answers. Dyson enlists Mark to call a meeting of the Light Fae elders to address the situation with Jack, but Mark surprises him by inviting the Dark Fae elders as well.
We share our first impressions and what made us happy in “Let Them Burn,” including Kenzi’s ride, Vex’s fix, and Evony’s style.
With Bo comatose from a moth bite, Lauren, Dyson, and Tamsin try to find a cure as they fortify the clubhouse against Jack. Dyson also deals with his grief in the wake of Trick’s death.
We share our first impressions and what made us happy in “Follow the Yellow Trick Road,” including comedic acting, will reading, and sidekick returning.