Bo is asked by a powerful Dark Fae bookie to figure out how a human cheated him out of some money. In exchange, he offers Bo a chance to meet with an Oracle who could reveal important information about Bo’s past. Bo and Dyson try to negotiate a friends with benefits relationship, and Kenzi struggles to feel like she belongs in the Fae world at Bo’s side.
We love it when friendship is important on TV shows, and we love that it is so important on Lost Girl. We discuss how friendship is central to the show’s premise as well as talk about some of the great friendships on Lost Girl.
When Kenzi falls ill due to a mysterious Fae-related disease, Bo and Lauren team up to find a cure, while Dyson and Trick try to take care of Kenzi.
Guest stars are an important but often overlooked element of successful TV episodes. We discuss some of our favorite guest stars that have appeared on Lost Girl over the seasons.
When her old acquaintance Cassie the Oracle goes missing, Bo explores the world of online dating to find her. Forgetting that it was Bo’s birthday, Tamsin buys her a last minute present that has a surprising effect on both Bo and Lauren. Trick gives Mark a chance to work in The Dal, and Vex leads him into some trouble.
Bo and Tamsin become bodyguards for a famous warrior who fears that his life is in danger, while Bo struggles with feeling disinterested in sex. Receiving death threats from Fae who want the serum she used on The Morrigan, Lauren turns to Dyson to learn how to better defend herself.
We thought it was only appropriate to talk about our favorite sex scenes in Lost Girl in our sixty-ninth episode. Stephanie tries not to be too analytical, while Annie is finally in her element, as we get a little more pervy than usual.
Continuing our series of in-depth discussions about some of our favorite episodes, we discuss “Vexed.” Even though it is the eighth episode of the first season, “Vexed” is actually the pilot episode of the series. We will talk about some of the inconsistencies in “Vexed,” which are common for pilot episodes, as well as our thoughts about the character development, production design, and direction.
We’re going back to the beginning this week for an in-depth discussion about the premiere episode of Lost Girl, “It’s a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World.” Lost Girl’s first episode provides a solid introduction to both the characters and the world of the series, and it seems to remain a fan favorite.
NOTE: We are not intending to discuss all of the Season 1-3 episodes, rather we’re going to feature some of our favorite episodes to discuss in detail.
The Fae World exists as a two-party system, the Dark and the Light. While the Dark Fae are often antagonists, as a group they are not consistently evil, just as the Light are not purely good. We discuss what we know about the Dark Fae, including their political structure and their philosophy toward humans, as well as some of the prominent Dark Fae characters, including Vex and The Morrigan.