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.
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.
In previously unreleased content from our discussion of “Here Comes the Night,” we chat about the ship name that Paul Amos gave Vex and Mark. We also have a few announcements about the podcast.
We have previously discussed the similarities and influences of Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Lost Girl, but Xena: Warrior Princess also played an important part in laying the foundation for female-led fantasy shows. We discuss the similarities between Lost Girl and Xena, including their redemption story arcs, strong female friendships, and importance to the LGBT community.
While Lost Girl has provided very refreshing portrayals of queer characters, it unfortunately has fallen into the same pattern as many sci-fi/fantasy shows in regards to its representation of non-white characters. We discuss how non-white characters have been portrayed on Lost Girl, including how Hale’s storyline has been treated as well as the show’s use of the human/Fae divide as a metaphor to talk about race.
Here’s a collection of links that might be of interest to Lost Girl fans that we stumbled upon this week. Interviews Anna Silk with Regard […]
Here’s a collection of links that might be of interest to Lost Girl fans that we stumbled upon this week. Interviews Paul Amos with Geek […]
Here’s a collection of links that might be of interest to Lost Girl fans that we stumbled upon this week. Articles Overview of Emmanuelle Vaugier’s […]
During the hiatus, we take a moment to review Season 4 thus far. We discuss some themes of the season, unanswered questions, and moments we missed in our initial discussions. We talk about the recurring theme of memory, where Trick’s papyrus seed might have gone, what was in the oozy box in “In Memoriam,” and more.
Bo and Tamsin find themselves stuck in a time loop during the celebration of Yule. They try to make the best of it and have some fun until they realize that some of the party goers are going missing. Meanwhile, Lauren and Dyson, with the surprising help of Vex, debate the consequences of telling Bo about a mysterious package she shipped herself, and Hale and Kenzi prepare to take their relationship to the next level.