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.
We love on K.C. Collins this week and share our appreciation for Hale and the actor who plays him. We talk about our favorite Hale moments, what we love about Hale, and sing the praises of our favorite siren.
While she was torn between two lovers in season one, Bo’s love life became even more complicated with the introduction of Nadia and Ciara, the love interests of her love interests, in season two. Both characters were brought on for essentially the same purpose — to make Bo’s love interests even more out of reach — but they received very different treatment in their storylines. We discuss their characterizations, their relationships with Bo, and their deaths.
Dyson is often described as an “alpha male,” and while he certainly does act out that role often, his portrayal and his storyline includes some elements that differ from the stereotypical alpha male. We discuss his non-romantic relationships with women, whether he could be in a non-monogamous relationship with Bo, and more.
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.