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There are actually vampires on the show. They are dark fae, and we meet at least one in the first season. I am also on the season 2 break and can't wait ;-)
One of Kenzis fake aliases is Tony Soprano ;-)
I've been watching this show from the start. It's great. "Bo" played by Anna Silk, was especially known for her Nicoderm commercial, which sort of went viral. In case anyone missed it, here's a link to the video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MeBIhm-x564
I love this show. I've been watching it while it's been airing in Canada, so to have it air here is amazing! It's an awesome show that really combines humor and drama in a way that most shows don't anymore. Kenzi is my absolute favorite aside from Bo and her witty lines just get better as the show goes on. I hope the ratings keep going up because season 2 has been amazing so far and it would be a shame if it didn't air in the U.S.
Love this show! I've seen all the episodes, up to the current break in season two.
This is one of the slowest episodes of the series, and they will pick up, once the groundwork is down for the world they've introduced us to.
Interesting characters (LOVE Trick!), beautiful cast, and lore that seeps out just enough to keep me tuning in.
@Diana - I originally thought that the show was about vampires, but was pleasantly surprised to find out it isn't. I'm excited to watch a series that seems to have it's own unique mythology and rules.
"another vampire show"? No vampires in sight and we're in the season 2 mid-season hiatus up here. :) I get the Buffy comparison-smart writing, kick-ass female lead, awesome characters, genuine relationships, cutting humour-but someone has got to squash the True Blood comparison. Here we have a central heroine (not a central victim) who is a strong, decisive action-taker who adapts, prepares and thrives within her supernatural powers. Yes, she is a sex-based creature but she is not at it's mercy and neither is the show.
Fell in love with this show during its Canadian run. Its so strangely witty and enjoyable and despite its many flaws and silly moments, remains highly enjoyable experience. Its like more shallow, less complex, less deep "Buffy"(thats not to say that anyone in the cast comes close to that show).
Its not some new best thing, but its certainly a best "guilty pleasure" show currently airing.
Also, hey, who knew, fairies could be badass.
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