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.
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.
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 type of Fae 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 Fae, singular or species, in the comments!
We’re planning an upcoming episode about hanging plotlines, and we need your feedback! What are some loose threads that you want the show to explain? We also discuss one hanging plotline that might have been resolved? Maybe.
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.
Bo has many facets to her personality that make her an interesting, compelling character, including her protectiveness, her resistance to rules and binaries, and her nerdiness. We discuss these characteristics and more, and we delve into Dark Bo/Super Bo’s powers as well as her evolving relationship with her human friends.