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.
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.
At Dyson’s request, Bo goes undercover to help him investigate a series of strange suicides. Meanwhile, Bo and Lauren’s relationship hits a speed bump as they struggle to keep up with Bo’s sexual needs as a succubus.
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.
Lost Girl characters on Orphan Black? Xena on Lost Girl? We talk about characters from other television shows that we’d love to see on Lost Girl and shows we think Lost Girl characters could be fun additions to.
We name our favorite main character as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answer a bunch of questions about Lost Girl. Tell us your favorite main character in the comments!
We reveal some of our Lost Girl “favorites,” including our favorite season, female and male characters, and favorite episodes from Seasons 1 through 4. 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 which male character is our favorite as part of our 30 Days of Lost Girl series in which we answer a bunch of questions about Lost Girl. Tell us your favorite male character in the comments!
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.
Colors are an important part of visual storytelling. Not only do they provide visual appeal, they are used to enhance the mood or to indicate the shifting emotions of a scene, and colors can also be used to distinguish one storyline from another. We discuss how colors were used in Season 4 of Lost Girl to shape characters’ storylines as well as highlight the season’s theme of memory.