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.
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.
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 name our favorite episode from Season 3 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 Season 3 episode in the comments!
Trying to take their minds off of the tense situation with Bo, Kenzi convinces Lauren and Dyson to help her take on a case for a client whose legs were amputated as she went for a swim. Meanwhile, Bo and Rainer commit an act that is bound to have serious repercussions.
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.
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.