Lost Girl review – 4×13: ‘Dark Horse’

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After one of its most confusing (and least successful) episodes of the season (series?) last week, Lost Girl rebounds with a decent season finale that thinks it shakes things up more than it actually does. Let’s bitch it out…

Lost Girl review – 4×12: ‘Origin’

Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried) remembers lost friends in 'Origin'

Two weeks after one of the most contentious episodes of the entire series, Lost Girl returns to pick up the pieces. Unfortunately instead of a respectful, emotional episode, we got this turd. Let’s bitch it out…

Lost Girl review – 4×11: ‘End Of A Line’

Bo (Anna Silk)

Zombies have risen, which requires a day trip to find out who’s controlling them. Meanwhile family is very much a topic of conversation, but looks like one couple may never get the chance to start their own. Major character death Continue reading

Lost Girl review – 4×10: ‘Waves’

Bo's (Anna Silk) memories from the train return in 'Waves'

Bo’s (Anna Silk) time aboard the interdimensional train between S3 and S4 is finally revealed and the truth is not so much unexpected as it is rushed and unsatisfying. Let’s bitch it out…

Lost Girl review – 4×09: ‘Destiny’s Child’

Bo (Anna Silk) must contest with the Wanderer's other children in 'Destiny's Child'

Bo (Anna Silk) is hot on the trail of the Wanderer, but – as evidenced by the events of ‘Destiny’s Child’ – there’s a lot at stake than simply discovering why Bo went Dark. Let’s bitch it out…

Lost Girl review – 4×08: ‘Groundhog Fae’

The holidays are a time for tight pants

I missed last week’s Lost Girl due to travel, so since the show’s taking this week off, it seems like a good time to make it up. Let’s dig into last week’s memorable time-loop episode, which is one of the most Continue reading

Lost Girl review – 4×07: ‘La Fae Époque’

Trick (Rick Howlands) assumes the mantle of the Ash in 'La Fae Époque'

Bo (Anna Silk) astral projects in Dyson’s (Kris Holden-Ried) memories after he is charged with murder and sentenced to death by the Una Mens. So what does Bo discover during her adventure in his nineteenth century lived experiences? Let’s bitch Continue reading

Lost Girl review – 4×06: ‘Of All The Gin Joints’

The Dhal is taken hostage (again)

A runaway Russian songbird may hold the key to Bo’s (Anna Silk) missing memories. The problem is that warring factions each want a piece of the opera singer, which means the Dark Succubus has her work cut out for her Continue reading

Lost Girl review – 4×05: ‘Let The Dark Times Roll’

Tamsin (Rachel Skarsten) and Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) in 'Let The Dark Times Roll'

Oh Bo (Anna Silk) – you didn’t really think that reversing your allegiance to the Dark would be easy, did you? Needless to say Dark Bo is here for the foreseeable future. Let’s bitch it out…

Lost Girl review – 4×04: ‘Turn To Stone’

Reunited and it feels so good. Bo (Anna Silk) and Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) in 'Turn To Stone'

What starts out as a seemingly routine episode of Lost Girl transforms into what may well be the most important, game-changing episode of the series to date. Has everything we know about the series changed? Let’s bitch it out…