We reveal some of our Lost Girl “favorites,” including our favorite bad guys turned good, family members, and friendships. This episode is a compilation of several short episodes we produced as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answered a bunch of questions about Lost Girl.
We talk about things that happened on the show that we really wish hadn’t as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answer a bunch of questions about Lost Girl. Tell us what you wish hadn’t happened in the comments!
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.
In this outtake from our mid-season 4 review, we discuss the messy state of Lauren’s desk drawers in “Turn to Stone” as well as some possibilities as to why Lauren hasn’t upgraded to Blu-ray technology yet. Kris also demonstrates a surefire way to win an argument with Annie.
A woman appears saying that Bo told her to find her, but Bo has no memory of meeting her. In exchange for helping her free herself from her captor, the woman promises to use her abilities to help Bo remember the time she has forgotten. Meanwhile, Lauren and The Morrigan get chatty as Lauren settles into her new relationship with the Dark, and Hale and Kenzi might finally be connecting.
Many fans have praised the selection of popular music used on Lost Girl, and in this episode Stephanie, Annie, and Kris talk about their favorite song moments on the show. We also asked on Twitter which song picks were listeners’ favorites, and we discuss some of those as well.
Lauren’s journey in season three revealed some unknown pieces of her past, but the season also showcased what fans have come to love about the character, namely her intellect, her vulnerability, and her integrity. We discuss Lauren’s servitude to the Light Fae, her ever more complicated backstory, and more.
Bo has many facets to her personality that make her an interesting, compelling character, including her protectiveness, her resistance to rules and binaries, and her nerdiness. We discuss these characteristics and more, and we delve into Dark Bo/Super Bo’s powers as well as her evolving relationship with her human friends.
In part two of our conversation about sexuality on Lost Girl, we discuss monogamy and the show’s portrayals of open relationships, objectification, and sexual orientation. Hear our thoughts on the lack of gay or bisexual male characters on the series, Bo calling Lauren “Lawrence,” and Bo and Lauren as star-crossed lovers.