OT: Lost Girl (hello to kickassery, buffyisms. as well as preogressive outlook towards sexuality, gender and race)
I get all that you've said but if you're explaining away every aspect of her behaviour up until now as either coming from her connection to Trick, her connection to her mom and her own personality for cray then whats left from her Dad? Thats what i'm saying. There has to be a part of her (a darkness per say) that comes from her dad and not from herself/her nurture. To me there has to be a difference between the Dawning and the Darkness within her that makes her eyes glow. I'm saying that the darkness within her is speeding up the dawning. We only found out about the Dawning last episode and if your theory that it came about from her blood binding in 2x22 is correct then that still leaves a HUGE hole for a different explanation for the darkness. Her whole "i will rule the world" speech came in 2x08. She only reached that stage under extreme stress as a fear of loosing Lauren. That side of her seemed much more superior and mentally intelligent than when we saw her go all half animal in the sex club 2 episodes ago.
Just rewatched the scene with Tricka and Lauren. He said "Its too soon. Unless something triggered it". Smells like daddy genes/Darkness thats inside shit to me!
Just rewatched the scene with Tricka and Lauren. He said "Its too soon. Unless something triggered it".yes that's about Dawning. Its 200 years too soon.
Her whole "i will rule the world" speech came in 2x08. She only reached that stage under extreme stress as a fear of loosing Lauren. That side of her seemed much more superior and mentally intelligenHence its the similar to positive outcome that would come after. The blood-binding simply forced it again, since she got connected to additional "powersources". Its just another extreme representation of Bo's psyche,the darker parts of her nature and personality
There has to be a part of her (a darkness per say) that comes from her dad and not from herself/her nurture. Oh I have no doubts that whoher father was, had an influence on the whole "dawning's too early thing", but I think that ALSO connects to the whole blood-binding thing.
Anyway, today's ep was decent.
Despite what we thought - NOT a halucination, just a trippy storyline.
Kenzi does seem to be in emotionally bad place right now, so I have no idea on where this is going with her, though. We have not enough info so far(since she shuts off the moment the whole kitsune event talk comes on) to know where this is going psychologically and what she took from all those experiences and what she thinks about it all.
Also they just explained on why succubi population is scarce - succubi are more likely to fail the Dawning than anyone else.
Also Trick referenced Bo's "potential".
Lost Girl Episode 3.09 Ceremony Airing March 17th on Showcase Reality and fantasy converge as Bo confronts her ultimate challenge. Trick dreads the meaning of something he sees.
So the last line pretty much 100% convinces me that the positive outcome will be dark-Bo
That emotional scene with Bo and her mom was epic, they both were. I could feel Bo's pain and terror from rejection loud and clear it wasn't forced or anything. Just simple and to the point mama issues. Loved the fact that Kenzi's not k-okay after one episode. After being kidnapped and semi-tortured with the knowledge that this demon is getting close to her friends through her, she was understandably not ready to talk and it was the total opposite of the fake Elena/Bonnie grief that TVD tries and fails to dish out. We also see the clear differences between being fae and human and see that Kenzi is also starting to really recognize the toll her association with Bo is taking on not just her personal life like we saw in season 2 put her physical safety as well. Its also interesting that they're clearly drawing on the human lifespan issue with Lauren and Bo. It makes your theory that Kenz could turn fae by the end of the season all the more credible. Its interesting that Dyson and Trick are brushing off her realtionship with Lauren as this little human thing that will end in 40 or so years. LOL. Trick doesn't seem to be taking sides on the issue though. It's interesting but i really don't think that Kenzi's gonna rat out the whole norm story to Bo just yet. Don't know why....
Sidetrack. I was combing through some forums and picked up that a LOT of fans think that Trick could turn out to be a behind the scenes baddy that eventually locks heads with Bo. I think its a load of bull but the theory does have credibility. Considering that he is old as fuck and may have remnance of his patriarchal and ignorant traits left. He wasn't a very good king and didn't consider anyone's opinion except his own. He only REALLY wrote those laws to save his own neck from the excecution block, not for any "lasting peace". Granted, he may have learned from his mistakes and he clearly loves Kenzi but i think in general he tolerates the humans but doesn't really believe they're worthy of consideration in fae matters (remember his speech to Hale). Because lets face it, we have NO IDEA what Trick's agendas are in the show. Why is he helping Hale adjust to being Ash? Why is he still so prominent and respected in the fae world but doesn't want people to know he's the blood king? He could OPENLY rule but chooses TO APPEAR to not rule. He could be a carefully crafted character that recognizes the uses of each one of his chess pieces and manipulates them, even the humans, without them realizing that they're playing to his tune. Since the beginning of season 2 he's practically been running the light and he has this "everyone is expendable for the right reasons" thing going on. Remember, he created the light and dark divisions and the laws governing the choice, a tradition that Bo is spitting at every episode with her independence. I doubt it but maybe his love for Bo and the others is just him playing the part of a retired old king with an adorable granddaughter but he really has shady as fuck plans in his mind. Thoughts?
Sidetrack. I was combing through some forums and picked up that a LOT of fans think that Trick could turn out to be a behind the scenes baddy that eventually locks heads with Bo. I think its a load of bull but the theory does have credibility
As I said before, Trick is mostlikely the cause of the whole Dark and Light sides to begin with.
And depending on what is revealed on Bo's father's side about the past, Trick could certainly become her enemy. NOt necessarily a full on villain, but enemy for sure.
The fact that he pretty much controls the Ash now also lends itself to that theory.
ts also interesting that they're clearly drawing on the human lifespan issue with Lauren and Bo. It makes your theory that Kenz could turn fae by the end of the season all the more credible.As well as adding credibility to Bobo/Tamtam pairup possibility.
Dyson acts as if THERE WILL NEVER BE anything else standing in his way, and I am pretty sure that both Lauren and Dyson will end up wanting Bo to chose this very season. Cue Tamsin situation.
LOL I immediately thought of this when she did it. No lie
It seems the next ep is 100% about Bo and Tamsin being badass:
It must be horrible to be female and have 2 male names. Damn i would kill myself if my name was Lisbeth Olivia.