When Bo is asked by another Fae to kill a human, she puts herself in the path of an angry Fury to save her intended victim. Bo also faces rejection for the first time after what happened between her and Dyson, who isn’t feeling very good in its wake either.
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.
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.
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.
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Kenzi is the ultimate snarky sidekick, always there for Bo with a witty remark or hug, and her relationship with Bo is often cited to be the core of Lost Girl. We discuss Kenzi’s humanity as her “superpower,” her relationships (and their importance) with others on the show, and the possibility of Kenzi becoming Fae.
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.
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.
Lost Girl has been applauded for its positive, inclusive portrayal of sexuality. Using show creator Michelle Lovretta’s rules about how sexuality should be portrayed as a guideline, we discuss how Lost Girl embraces a no slut-shaming attitude toward its characters. We talk about the strong no slut-shaming themes in “The Mourning After,” Bo participating in threesomes, both male and female characters being instigators, and more.