Kenzi comes back in town to tell Bo about a painting that could banish the Ancients, and they team up to infiltrate a museum where the painting is being stored. Meanwhile, Lauren is trying to figure out how she survived the car crash, and Dyson must deal with Alicia coming closer to the truth about him and her husband.
We share our first impressions and what made us happy in “Like Father, Like Daughter.” Our in depth discussion of the episode will be available this weekend.
With Nyx released and threatening to end the world, Bo needs to find Iris, and she reluctantly accepts her father’s assistance. Meanwhile, Tamsin is held captive by Zee and Hera, and she uses the opportunity to learn more about the Ancients’ weaknesses.
We share our first impressions and what made us happy in “44 Minutes to Save the World,” including Tamsin casting doubt, Bo being Bo, and Doccubus being together.
Bo is asked by a powerful Dark Fae bookie to figure out how a human cheated him out of some money. In exchange, he offers Bo a chance to meet with an Oracle who could reveal important information about Bo’s past. Bo and Dyson try to negotiate a friends with benefits relationship, and Kenzi struggles to feel like she belongs in the Fae world at Bo’s side.
When Bo is asked by another Fae to kill a human, she puts herself in the path of an angry Fury to save her intended victim. Bo also faces rejection for the first time after what happened between her and Dyson, who isn’t feeling very good in its wake either.
A mother comes to Bo for help when her daughter goes missing, sending Kenzi undercover at a college sorority. Meanwhile, Bo tries to figure out how to navigate her relationship with Dyson.
Bo is approached by another Fae to help him with a problem, and he offers information in regards to her mother in exchange for her assistance. Bo takes the case and must learn how to navigate this new world to which she now belongs.
At Dyson’s request, Bo goes undercover to help him investigate a series of strange suicides. Meanwhile, Bo and Lauren’s relationship hits a speed bump as they struggle to keep up with Bo’s sexual needs as a succubus.
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.