30 Days of Lost Girl Part 4

30 Days of Lost Girl: Part 4 — Episode 65

We reveal some of our Lost Girl “favorites,” including our favorite bad guys turned good, family members, and friendships. 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.

Bo and The Ash in It's a Fae Fae Fae Fae World

Hanging Plot Threads — Episode 57

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.

Bo as Dyson wolfed out in La Fae Epoque

4×07 “La Fae Époque” — Episode 33

When Dyson is set to be executed by The Una Mens for crimes he supposedly committed over 100 years ago, Bo enlists Lauren’s help to transport herself into Dyson’s memories to clear him of the charges. In Dyson’s memories, Bo’s subconscious comes out to play, revealing some of her fears and desires. Meanwhile, both Hale and Kenzi do what they can to help Dyson.

Kenzi with chainsaw in Into the Dark

Super Human Kenzi — Episode 22

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.

Tamsin in Subterrfaenean

Tamsin: The Maltese Valkyrie — Episode 20

The newest addition to the Lost Girl gang, Tamsin is brash, callous, and ambiguous in her loyalties much like the hardboiled detectives of noir crime dramas. We talk about how Tamsin compares to noir detectives like Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe, including how Tamsin acts as a foil to other characters and her burgeoning redemption story arc.

Dyson Wolfed Out in Subterrfaenean

Alpha Gamma Dyson — Episode 15

Dyson is often described as an “alpha male,” and while he certainly does act out that role often, his portrayal and his storyline includes some elements that differ from the stereotypical alpha male. We discuss his non-romantic relationships with women, whether he could be in a non-monogamous relationship with Bo, and more.