In these bits of conversation left over from our episode about The Dark Fae, we discuss some minor Dark Fae characters as well as another example of Light Fae exploiting humans similarly to how Dark Fae often have. We also discuss Bo’s position as the unaligned succubus in the Light/Dark system a bit more and the concept of Light and Dark territories as well as clans.
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.
When is The Morrigan going to call in that favor from Kenzi? What happened to Lou Ann Heidegger? Is the first Ash still on life support? We discuss the hanging plot threads on Lost Girl that people are anxious to be resolved, many of which — not surprisingly — are leftover from Season 4.
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.
Lost Girl showrunner Emily Andras was kind enough to join us for a chat. We ask her about how the writing process works on Lost Girl, if the writers are still planning to hold Kenzi to that favor she owes The Morrigan from “Table for Fae,” who came up with the brilliant idea for that car wash promo, and whether she has a bet going with the other writers to get Ksenia Solo to make out with as many of her fellow cast members as possible.
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.