Dyson and Bo are a better fit. Dyson understood Bo's sexuality whereas Lauren did not.
You didn't watch season 1, did you?
I'm really concerned about what they are doing to Lauren. The writing is all over the place. She's incredibly smart and yet incredibly naive. And now she is in an impossible situation. The promos didn't help fixing that. I hope they help redeem her character in the finale because they've pretty much assassinated her this season. As for her relationship with Bo, I think it will take a long while but they'll eventually find their way back to each other.
Also, pleasepleaseplease don't turn Kenzi Fae!
A lot going on indeed, but it all made for an exciting action-packed hour! Tamsin has really grown on me this season, and I'm intrigued about where her story is going. Will she betray Bo or won't she? She likes Bo, but someone is really scaring her.
Massimo is an enigma. I knew Tim Rozon from Instant Star was guest starring so I rewatched the "Ceremony" episode, and he was the voice of who Bo recognized as her "father". However, I'm wondering if he is just a guy that kidnapped her as a baby and not necessarily her father.
Aife is alive! It seems like she's back to her old self (not murderous crazy) and concerned for Bo. I'm wondering if evil Isaac knows about Bo and her enormous power. Also, who kidnapped Trick? Humans or Fae?
Loved the Bo and Dyson moments in this episode and all thru this season. It looks like Dyson is who Isaac has his eye on now and wants to take his ability. With Tamsin down, I'm curious how Bo will launch her rescue! Bo and Dyson make a really good team when tackling the bad guys!
Liked that Hale confessed to Kenzi. Hale hasn't had a lot of screen time this season, and it's a pity. I'm wondering if Kenzi will return his affection. I wonder if this will prompt her to try and see if she can become Fae. I have mixed feelings about this. I like the fact that Kenzi is human and brings her street skills to the table as opposed to a magical ability. However, I can see how magical abilities will keep her in the Fae world and make her relationships easier.
I really liked this episode and can't wait for the finale. Also, note, that "Jerry" is Anna Silk's real life husband! How cute!
Lauren's "breakthrough" was poorly written. There was no setup, no background information, nothing. She drops a solution onto a slide and Eureka it works. I need to re-watch that.
Aiefe is still alive. Yay! When she and Bo were fighting, she fell off the staircase. When Bo went down there was no body, leaving it open as to whether or not she was dead. It is said on the Lost Girl wiki that and it's shown that someone had taken her critically wounded body, and that Aife is not dead yet. ( I need to re-watch that episode.) now guessing that it was someone from Isaac's team. I am just glad that the same actress is still playing the role.
Dyson and Bo are a better fit. Dyson understood Bo's sexuality whereas Lauren did not. Bo is omnisexual. She needs sex to feed. Lauren knew that Bo needs sex to heal, feed, and charge up. Lauren cannot provide the juice that Bo needs, yet she wants Bo all to herself. Dyson at least understood that. I liked Dyson and Bo, but I think Bo needs to be more like her mother and not have any exclusive relationship. I think Tamsin and Bo would be a fun relationship to explore. There is definitely attraction there. A really fun joke would be to have Erin Karpluk as a guest star as one of Bo's trysts.
Tamsin is homeless because she defied the Morrigan. If she could, I think that Tamsin would go neutral like Bo. She seems to hate being labelled as dark.
I also wondered how Morrigan could call the shots at a LIGHT fae party. That whole setup was wonky. I do like the Morrigan, but I think she was out of character there. She seems to work behind the scenes and not such an overt control bid.
Trick was sneaking away to fight another day. He was probably going to go find Bo's father himself. He made sure to take the parchment with what I assume is a picture of Bo's father. I hate how Trick is so secretive. I do not know how they knew of Trick's secret passage, but those guys that rounded him up were definitely intriguing. I do not think they were dark fae, but I could be wrong there. Humans seem out of the question. The only humans capable would be Isaac's team and I don't think Isaac knew of Trick and if he did, he did not care about him. Maybe we will find out in the finale. I like Trick, but he is way too secretive sometimes.
Another thing, both Trick and Hale just told Kenzi to run. Just run. They should know Kenzi by now and know that our girl needs some explanation. I do love Kenzi, but that girl needs to trust somebody. Hell, in Faebysitting, she and Bo were making fun of the horror movie stereotypes. In Hail, Hale, she WAS the horror movie stereotype.
I am just a big fan of the show and those answers are pure conjecture on my part.
I'm kind of mad with Lost Girl right now. I get that they want to have cliffhangers for the finale but I think they introduced way too many things with only 1 episode left. I think they wasted time leading up to the dawning which wasn't even that big of a deal in the end. They definitely could have spent more time on this human vs. fae thing IMO.
@R re: Lauren and Bo -- My issues with the relationship played out in the story, so they weren't unfounded. And, they had nothing to do with liking or not liking the two of them together.
The speculation at the end was about whether or not after their issues/problems they could find their way back to each other. Lauren wanted space, but it became much more than that. Have her actions precluded any future for the two of them? I don't know, but presented a possible way back to each other.
@R re: Dyson. We are saying the same thing. I'm not saying they won't get back together. He has accepted that, which has created a comfortable ease and banter between Dyson and Bo. Definitely doesn't mean they won't be reunited romantically at some point. Bo's still all about Lauren even though Lauren is currently emotionally and physically gone.
And I have to laugh when the writer says they've had issues with Lauren and Bo's relationship, but at the end she's all about them 'finding their way back to each other'. Haha.
I don't think you can write that Dyson knows they aren't getting back together...because you don't know that. Maybe he just knows it won't be happening right now. That is one thing that these reviews get wrong...you think you can predict what will happen with characters or what they will do, when you aren't the writer.
And how is Aife alive? And why was Trick running? And who were those guys who rounded him up? And how did they know where his secret fireplace thing let out?
I like that things are moving along. I kind-of sort-of like that Hale admitted his feelings for Kenzi. And I'm OK with unanswered questions. I just don't like answers (and plot complications) that don't make much sense.
It was a very eventful episode -- so eventful, in fact, that many of the events only marginally make sense.
Lauren starts work at Isaac's lab and immediately makes a remarkable scientific breakthrough. Huh? If science is this quick & easy, where's my flying car?
At the start of the Ash's big party, everybody is wondering what the heck the Morrigan is doing there, and by the end she's proposing motions and holding votes. Huh? The Morrigan can call and chair a parliament of LIGHT fae in the middle of a PARTY?
And they can declare humans TERRORISTS? Huh? Don't terrorists have to, you know, try to terrify you? (And was it me, or did the Morrigan admit to plotting the whole thing in order to highjack the Light?)
Why is Tamsin living out of a truck? What happened to her job as a cop? Did the Morrigan cut off her allowance when she refused to implicate Bo in coma guy's death?
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