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Lost Girl
Black background with slender sans-serif words "LOST GIRL" amid curving wisps of bluish-white fog resembling long hair, and the more solid curve of a female form laying on its side.
Genre Supernatural drama
Mystery
Crime
Created by Michelle Lovretta
Written by Michelle Lovretta, Peter Mohan, Jay Firestone, Jeremy Boxen, Emily Andras, Pamela Pinch, Alexandra Zarowny, Steve Cochran, Shelley Scarrow, Grant Rosenberg, Duana Taha, Harris Goldberg, Alan McCullough
Directed by John Fawcett
David Winning
Starring Anna Silk
Kris Holden-Ried
Ksenia Solo
Zoie Palmer
Rick Howland
K. C. Collins
Country of origin Canada
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 61 (List of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Jay Firestone
Michelle Lovretta
Peter Mohan
Location(s) Ontario, Canada
Running time 44 minutes
Production company(s) Prodigy Pictures in association with Shaw Media
Broadcast
Original channel Showcase
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original run September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) – present
External links
Website

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Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series that premiered on Showcase on September 12, 2010. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta[1] and is produced by Jay Firestone[2] and Prodigy Pictures Inc.,[3] in association with Shaw Media. It follows the life of a bisexual[4] Succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk, as she learns to control her supernatural abilities, help those in need, and discover the truth about her origins. Following good ratings and positive reviews it was renewed for a second season two months after its premiere,[5] a third season on December 9, 2011,[6] and a fourth season on February 28, 2013.[7]

In Australia, Lost Girl premiered on Sci Fi Australia on July 14, 2011.[8] In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), it premiered on Syfy on September 1, 2011.[9] In the United States, it premiered on Syfy on January 16, 2012.[10]

On August 25, 2014, it was announced that the fifth season of Lost Girl would be the series finale and it had been extended to sixteen episodes with a hiatus between two eight episode half seasons.[11]


Contents

Series Season Summary

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 13 September 12, 2010 (2010-09-12) December 12, 2010 (2010-12-12) April 24, 2012* (Canada)

October 23, 2012 (US)

February 25, 2013 (UK) November 23, 2011
2 22 September 4, 2011 (2011-09-04) April 1, 2012 (2012-04-01) November 13, 2012 September 9, 2013 (UK)[12] September 19, 2013 (2013-09-19) (Australia)[13]
3 13[14] January 6, 2013 (2013-01-06)[15] April 14, 2013 (2013-04-14)[16] November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19)[17] N/A N/A
4 13[18] November 10, 2013[19] February 16, 2014 N/A N/A N/A
5 16[20] December 7, 2014[21] 2015 N/A N/A N/A
* released without DVD region-encoding

Series overview

Season One

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
1 13 September 12, 2010 December 12, 2010
  • The week of October 10th, 2010 was a reairing of the first four episodes of the series.

Season Two

On November 12, 2010, Showcase announced a second season would begin production in spring 2011, and air in the Fall of 2011.

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
2 22 September 4, 2011 April 1. 2012
  • The week of October 9th, 2011 was a reairing of the first four episodes of the second season.
  • The week of October 16th, 2011, the series was on hiatus.
  • The week of October 23rd, 2011, a new episode was to air, but did not. This apparently was an error by Showcase.
  • The series was on winter hiatus from December 18, 2011 through January 22, 2012.
  • February 5th, 2012 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2012 Superbowl in the United States.
  • February 26th, 2012 the series was on hiatus due to the Academy Awards airing that night.
  • iTunes made an error and released the episode School's Out on February 7th, 2012 in HD format for season's pass holders of the series. This was six days ahead of the scheduled air date of February 12th, 2012.
  • On April 1st, 2012 there was a special show before the second season finale with a question and answer session.


On November 12, 2010, Showcase announced a second season will begin production in spring, and air in Fall 2011. A total of thirteen episodes were expected to be released. However it had been unofficially announced by Kris Holden-Reid that the second season would consist of a total run of 22 episodes, but no official confirmation of this from Showcase had occurred as of June 25, 2011. It was also announced by Anna Silk that the second season premiere would be on September 4th, 2011, but there was no official confirmation until July 7th, when Showcase officially announced that season two would consist of 22 episodes and would premiere on September 4th, 2011.

Season Three

On December 9, 2011, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a third season, set to begin production in Spring 2012 and air in the Fall of 2012. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[22] On July 12, 2012, Showcase announced that season three would begin in the Winter of 2013.[23] On November 16th, 2012 it was announced that the third season would premiere on January 6th, 2013 at 9 PM Eastern.

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
3 13 January 6, 2013 April 14, 2013
  • February 3rd, 2013 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2013 Superbowl in the United States.
  • February 24th, 2013 the series was on hiatus due to the Academy Awards airing that night.


Season Four

On February 28th, 2013, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fourth season, set to begin production in Spring 2013 and air late in 2013. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[24] On July 11th, 2013, the Showcase Blog revealed that the fourth season of Lost Girl would begin on November 10, 2013.[25]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
4 13 November 10, 2013 February 16, 2014
  • January 5th, 2014 the series was on hiatus.
  • February 2nd, 2014 was a repeat airing of the series as it fell on the same night as the 2014 Superbowl in the United States.


Season Five

On February 27th, 2014, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fifth season, set to begin production in Spring 2014 and air Fall 2014. Thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[26] On August 25th, 2014, it was announced that the fifth season would be the finale for Lost Girl and it had been extended to sixteen episodes to be shown in two eight episode halves with a hiatus between them. The final season would premiere on December 7th, 2014.[27]

Season Episodes Originally aired
Season premiere Season finale
5 16 December 7, 2014 2015

Series Specials

There have been three series special episodes produced for Lost Girl:

# Season # Number Title Original air date Summary
2 1 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show April 1st, 2012 Lost Girl Finale Pre-Show was a special show that aired before the season finale for the second season of the series. The purpose was to allow fans of the show to ask questions of the cast and show runners, the special was hosted by Steve Cochrane.
3 1 Lost Girl ConFAEdential January 6th, 2013 A primer to the third season of Lost Girl which was aired before the Third Season premiered. The main cast talk about their experiences and tease the third season. The special was hosted by Jay Firestone, the executive producer of the series.
4 1 Lost Girl: An Evening at the Clubhouse November 10th, 2013 A primer to the fourth season of Lost Girl which was aired before the Fourth Season premiered. The episode included cast-on-cast interviews, exclusive webisode footage and a special season four sneak peek.

Season 1: 2010

Episode 1: It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World

  • Directed By: Erik Canuel
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: 400,000[28]
  • Original Air Date: September 12, 2010


Bo has been living on the run from her strange appetites and what havoc they wreak. After leaving someone she kills out in the open, she is contacted by a group called The Fae. She discovers who and what she is, and is told to join one of two tribes.

Episode 2: Where There's a Will, There's a Fae

  • Directed By: Robert Lieberman
  • Written By: Peter Mohan
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: September 19, 2010


Bo is contacted by a Fae named Will O' The Wisp. He needs help in recovering his treasure which was stolen by a human being. Bo does so with the help of Kenzi and Dyson. As that happens, she is introduced to Trip at the local Fae bar, discovers a bit more information on The Fae, and gains a small amount of help from Lauren, the human doctor studying the Fae. She provides Bo with a drug to help her control her needs somewhat.

Episode 3: Oh Kappa, My Kappa

  • Directed By: Paul Fox
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: 185,000
  • Original Air Date: September 26, 2010
  • Note: When this episode appeared on the SyFy channel in the United States, the episode was retitled as Sorority.


Bo and Kenzi open a private investigation office. Their first job is to find a missing student at a local college. Kenzi goes undercover in the college by joining a sorority, Bo joins campus security to uncover what happened. Bo and Dyson's relationship goes on the rocks and another species of Fae is revealed.

Episode 4: Faetal Attraction

  • Directed By: Steve Dimarco
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: October 3, 2010


Bo tries to handle being rejected by Dyson with the help of Kenzi. Dyson tries the same with Hale's help as well. A Harpy and her husband meet Bo and the Harpy hires Bo to kill a human. She refuses and all hell breaks loose.

Episode 5: Dead Lucky

  • Directed By: John Fawcett
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: October 17, 2010


Bo is hired by a Dark Fae named Mayer to find out how a human managed to win a bet with him. The reward for finding out is having an Oracle reveal something of Bo's past to her. Bo solves the mystery by finding out that a Fae that can jump between human corpses, called a Hsien, managed the deed. In the end, the answers Bo seeks are not given, but she does learn one thing. Her mother is alive, and coming for Bo.

Episode 6: Food for Thought

  • Directed By: John Fawcett
  • Written By: Pamela Pinch
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: October 24, 2010


Bo and Kenzi follow Lauren as she tends to a sick Aswang, a type of Fae that is a carrion eater. Kenzi eats some soup that made the Aswang ill and becomes gravely ill as well. Bo and Lauren attempt to locate the source of the disease that is killing the pair before it is too late. Trick sells something precious to him for Kenzi's sake, and Dyson's relationship with Kenzi becomes stronger.

Episode 7: ArachnoFaebia

  • Directed By: John Fawcett
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: October 31, 2010


Kenzi is running a scam in which she is cleansing homes of evil spirits. She does so in a home where a murder/suicide took place. In the process of doing so, she is bitten by a Djieiene, an Under Fae creature that is similar to a giant spider. Over the course of the episode, Bo and Hale are also bitten and the paranoia created makes them try to kill each other. The only hope for them to be saved is Lauren and Dyson who are running out of time.

Episode 8: Vexed

  • Directed By: John Fawcett
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 7, 2010


Bo's freelance work earns her a lead on someone who might know something about her mother... but the trail ends at Lou Ann, a death row inmate who claims not to know anything at all. Desperate to prove otherwise, and increasingly convinced Lou Ann is innocent, Bo uses all her Fae connections to try and bust her out of jail. When she has to admit defeat, Bo's goal switches to one of personal vengeance: to find Vex, the Fae that framed Lou Ann, and make him pay.

Episode 9: Fae Day

  • Directed By: Steve Di’Marco
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 14, 2010


The Fae are celebrating their holiest day called La Shoshain. In the middle of the partying at Trick's bar, a Banshee calls out the impending death of one of the people there. Bo becomes involved with solving a long held family fight from one of the Noble Fae families and Kenzi becomes romantically involved with the brother marked for death. Bo calls for a Agallamh which forces the two brothers of the family to attempt to reconcile their differences. Through the story we also learn about Fae history and that Trick is a being known as the Blood King who set out the rules of the Fae in the past.

Episode 10: The Mourning After

  • Directed By: Paul Fox
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 21, 2010


Bo is hired to investigate the suicide of a woman by her sister. In the process of doing so, she encounters a Dark Fae succubus named Saskia. Saskia displaces Kenzi in Bo’s life, and the new pair attempt to solve the mystery. Trick in the meantime is threatened with the loss of the The Dal Riata, his bar, when a business associate arrives to claim an item from him which seems to have vanished. Kenzi agrees to help Trick locate the missing item by summoning a Lightning Bird for him. Bo comes to battle an Albaster, who is the natural enemy of the succubi as her investigation continues with deadly results and Bo making a decision about Saskia’s involvement in her life.

Episode 11: Faetal Justice

  • Directed By: Robert Lieberman
  • Written By: Peter Mohan
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 28, 2010


Dyson wakes up outside of a club with a recently deceased Dark Fae named Ba'al beside him and blood all over his body. He obtains Sanctuary from Trick, and discovers that he has no memories of what happened to him, and asks for help from Bo to find out why. In the meantime, The Morrigan blames Dyson for the death of Ba'al, an associate of her favorite Vex and looks for revenge on Dyson for this. Both The Morrigan and The Ash attempt to convince Dyson to give himself up but without success. Bo in the meantime searches at a Dark Fae owned club which Vex runs trying to solve the mystery. She discovers that there is more to the place than is on the surface and discovers the truth of what happened.

Episode 12: (Dis)Members Only

  • Directed By: Steve Dimarco
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 5th, 2010


A friend from Kenzi's past asks for her help in finding out what happened to a missing relative. To do so, Bo and Dyson pose as a married couple to investigate a country club while Kenzi works as an employee there. They discover that a Dark Fae, called a Land Wight, is responsible for the many disappearances there. Dyson demands that Trick tells Bo what they know or he will. Dyson and Bo come to an understanding about their relationship. But Saskia returns and tries to kill Dyson, however Bo saves Dyson at the last moment.

Episode 13: Blood Lines

  • Directed By: Rob Lieberman
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 12th, 2010


Dyson and Trick finally tell Bo what they know about her past and Saskia is revealed to be Bo's mother. Saskia, now known by her true name Aife, begins a plan to cause a war between the Light and Dark Fae. To do so she attacks the Light Fae Elders and kills many of them. Bo, upset with her friends not telling her the truth, turns her back on them one by one except for Kenzi who tries to help Bo find a way to stop her mother from completing her plans. In the end, Bo battles her mother, Trick makes a sacrifice to help Bo, and Dyson loses what is most important to him to a Norn to give Bo a chance to overcome her mother.

Season 2: 2011-2012

On November 12, 2010, Showcase announced a second season will begin production in spring, and air in Fall 2011. A total of thirteen episodes were expected to be released. However it had been unofficially announced by Kris Holden-Reid that the second season would consist of a total run of 22 episodes, but no official confirmation of this from Showcase had occurred as of June 25, 2011. It was also announced by Anna Silk that the second season premiere would be on September 4th, 2011, but there was no official confirmation until July 7th, when Showcase officially announced that season two would consist of 22 episodes and would premiere on September 4th, 2011.

Episode 1: Something Wicked This Fae Comes

  • Directed By: Robert Lieberman
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: 420,000[29]
  • Original Air Date: September 4, 2011


It is three weeks after Aife's attack on the Light Fae elders. The Ash is close to death. Trick with the help of Bo, Kenzi and Hale are trying to keep things under control as the Dark Fae try to take advantage of the situation. Dyson returns after being missing since seeing the Norn, but seems aloof to Bo and their relationship suffers. A cursed group of Fae disguised as a travelling circus arrive and using a traitor in the midst of the Light Fae, break the connection between The Ash and the land in order to claim it for themselves. By using a human rave as a source of power, they attempt to force the representation of the land to bond with their leader. Bo, with the help of Dyson, Hale and Kenzi, manage to stop their plans from succeeding. Afterwards, Dyson admits to Bo that the Norn took his love for her and that they cannot be together. At the end of the episode, a strange young Fae warns Bo that something old and evil is coming for her, but gives no specific information.

Episode 2: I Fought the Fae (And the Fae Won)

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: 358,000[30]
  • Original Air Date: September 11, 2011


A representative of the ruling Fae council, Blackthorn, arrives and declares that a new Ash must be elected as punishment for the old Ash's actions and the loss of the Elders. This involves candidates competing in a vote by the old families and then the finalists must participate in a Stag Hunt. That hunt being of a Light Fae prisoner, Sabine, that had been jailed for attempting to marry a Dark Fae. Bo becomes involved when Sabine goes to her for help in finding her love Hamish and seeing him as her last wish. Bo attempts to do so, but he refuses to do so. Bo then turns her attention to the politics and rituals of the Stag Hunt. In doing so she finds that Hale's background is more than he seems to be, discovers the candidates that wish to be the new Ash, and one that her powers seem not to work on, Lachian. The hunt takes place, Sabine is shot by Lachian and he is crowned the new Ash, and warns Bo that her life will change. Bo attempts to talk to Dyson again to mend their relationship, but fails and resigns herself to him never loving her again. Trick is confronted by Blackthorn who seems to know that Trick is the Blood King, but Trick manages to extract a promise from him not to interfere with local affairs or try to find Aife.

Episode 3: Scream a Little Dream

  • Directed By: George Mihalka
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: 332,000[31]
  • Original Air Date: September 18, 2011

Bo is contacted by a Fae who works as a doorman in an apartment building. The humans that live there are losing their minds and he asks for Bo's help to figure out why and stop it. Kenzi hires a Brownie to clean Bo's home and look after their needs, but she takes him for granted against Trick's warnings and things go from good to worse quickly. The new Ash comes between Lauren and Bo, severing their relationship and forbidding them from seeing each other again without his permission. Bo finds herself having nightmares that sap her strength, eventually discovering that her dreams and that of the ill humans are being fed upon by a Mare, a Dark Fae that feeds on the nightmares of others to survive. Bo eventually discovers that the doorman is a Dark Fae called a Sandman, taking advantage of the chaos among the Light Fae and squatting on part of their territory with the Mare, getting Bo involved in order to have the Mare feed on her. Attempting to kill the Mare, she has dreams of an older version of herself and of Dyson that try to keep her in her dreams, but she escapes with the help of a Baku, a Light Fae that can stop the effects of a Mare. Bo ends the threat, the Ash makes an attempt to have Bo work for him, but she refuses his offer, and the Brownie leaves to help the Baku.

Episode 4: Mirror, Mirror

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: September 25, 2011

Kenzi, while drunk, accidentally invokes the witch Baba Yaga in order to put a curse on Dyson for breaking Bo's heart. Dyson discovers that all women now hate him and becomes furious with Kenzi; he accuses her of meddling with things she doesn't understand, and being a stupid human. Kenzi tries to lift the curse by seeking out her aunt, a fortune teller, for help. They manage to summon Baba Yaga and Kenzi sacrifices herself for Bo, becoming trapped in Baba Yaga's realm. Bo agrees to work for the Ash in return for getting help to save Kenzi. Bo enlists the help of a Water nymph in the attempt, and nearly drowns, but is revived by Dyson. Kenzi manages to defeat Baba Yaga by shoving her into her own oven, and breaks Baba Yaga's mirror into pieces, giving them to Baba Yaga's captives, allowing them to escape as well. Kenzi promises to be more careful going forward and encourages Bo to keep fighting for Dyson and Lauren and for what makes her happy.

Episode 5: BrotherFae of the Wolves

  • Directed By: Clark Johnson
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: 345,000 [32]
  • Original Air Date: October 2, 2011

An old pack mate of Dyson, Cayden, arrives in town and asks for his help in tracking down a stolen Mongolian Death Worm. Dyson enlists the help of Bo and they discover that it will be sold in a Dark Fae auction. Cayden's arrival triggers memories of Dyson's past when he was part of a pack fighting for their King. This includes a long dead friend and his mate, Ciara, who he was attracted to, and the events that lead to Dyson's leaving the pack, including the moment when Dyson first met the Norn that took his love for Bo. Bo enters the auction and wins, but afterwards she and Dyson discover that the person running the auction was the partner of Cayden and are betrayed by him. Dyson and Cayden battle at the end of the episode, Cayden escapes and the worm is recovered along with Ciara who Dyson had been lead to believe had died. Lauren escapes the Ash and takes sanctuary in Bo's home when she is told that the Ash will be forcing all humans he owns to be locked in their quarters when not serving him. At the end of the episode, Lauren is with Bo, and Dyson is with Ciara.

Episode 6: It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away

  • Directed By: Gail Harvey
  • Written By: Steve Cochran
  • Canadian Viewers: 285,000 [33]
  • Original Air Date: October 30, 2011

The Morrigan hires Bo to locate an artist that has been painting murals of the Dark Fae, specifically her, Vex, and a vampire that Vex killed earlier in the series all over the town. In doing so, Bo becomes involved in what appears to be a power struggle between the Morrigan and Vex. Bo finds the artist and returns him to the Morrigan, but things do not add up and Bo discovers that one of the Morrigan's assistants was attempting to kill both the Morrigan and Vex, taking power for herself. In the end, the plot is stopped when the assistant is confronted and kills herself. The Ash arrives at Bo's home and after threatening Kenzi, commands Lauren to return to him and in doing so oversteps his bounds. When Bo returns, she and Lauren become intimate, and Kenzi is faced with a repeat of what happened when Dyson and Bo first slept together. As a reward for her assistance, the Morrigan gives Bo a means to free Lauren, but in doing so, Bo discovers that Lauren has a girlfriend. At the end of the episode, Lauren is seen talking to her girlfriend, who is encased in a pod-like capsule in a laboratory somewhere.

Episode 7: Fae Gone Wild

  • Directed By: Lynne Stopkewich
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: 236,000[34]
  • Original Air Date: November 6, 2011

A group of strippers enter the police station and break out a cop killer. Bo is asked to investigate when a Fae identifies one of them as her daughter. Dyson reappears and Bo finds herself at odds with him over the case they both are working on from different angles. The clues take Bo and Kenzi to investigate a strip club and Bo discovers that all of the dancers there are Fae and they are using their powers on the cliental there. Bo manages to get a job at the club tending bar and learns that the group, who are Selkie are attempting to gather what they need to steal their pelts from the owner of the club that is keeping all of them there under his control. With Bo's help, they manage that, and with Dyson's help bring the owner of the club to justice. Dyson is still with Ciara, and she is entwining her life with his. Trick discovers that there is something going on between the Light and Dark Fae that is resulting in the deaths of many of them, but does not know why it is happening. Bo learns that Lauren's girlfriend Nadia has been in a coma for the past five years because of Lauren's mistakes in the past and how they involved her with the Fae. Together they discover what the Morrigan gave to Bo as the solution to save Nadia, but have no idea what it is.

Episode 8: Death Didn't Become Him

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Steve Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 13, 2011

An old friend of Trick's asks for his help when his recently deceased husband's body is stolen from his grave. Bo and Dyson investigate and discover that a Lich has taken the body, reanimated it, and is controlling the man for the Lich's own purposes. Bo with the help of Lauren, confront him and Bo is forced by the Lich to make a choice, to die or to feed on Lauren so that he can experience what Bo feels when she does. Bo refuses and seems to die, but comes back to life, takes the Chi from everyone in the room save for Lauren, thus killing the Lich and all those he had kept under his power. Bo speaks in a strange voice and declares that she can make everyone obey her as she does so, but then collapses and returns to normal. Lauren saw what Bo did, but does not tell Bo exactly what she saw. Bo gives the Chi she took from the husband back to him, letting him return home for one last moment with his love before he dies once more. Hale and Kenzi have to deal with a precocious teenage Fae who complicates their lives while Hale has been placed in charge of looking after her on a night on the town. Before the Lich dies, he reveals that Nadia, Lauren's girlfriend, is not suffering from a disease, but that she has been cursed and they need to find the copy of the nail they now possess in order to remove the curse.

Episode 9: Original Skin

  • Directed By: Paul Fox
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: 285,000[35]
  • Original Air Date: November 20, 2011

Bo, Dyson, Kenzi, Hale, Trick, Ciara, and Lauren are all drawn to the Dal and a Dark Fae hunter traps all of them there explaining that he is hunting an escaped prisoner hiding there. It is soon revealed that thanks to that prisoner contaminating the beer, that all of them save Trick have drunk, he can move between bodies and he first takes over Bo's body. The Nain Rouge appears to Bo when she is forced into being stuck in Limbo as a result. Bo is told that the Fae will come to an end and her destiny which is to kill Trick. Bo does not believe her and forces her way back to the real world. Bo returns from Limbo, and as a result, all of the people in the Dal switch bodies. The prisoner escapes in Lauren's body and feeding on Lauren's deepest desires, attempts to kill the Ash. Dyson in Kenzi's body is the only one able to leave the Dal and manages to stop him. Trick eventually finds a solution and returns everyone back to their own bodies, the prisoner being taken away by the bounty hunter. Bo tells Trick at the end of the episode that the Nain Rouge told her something terrible was coming and that she was called Isabeau (where the last syllable is pronounced like "bo") by her. It is also revealed that the Ash may not in fact be who he seems to be.

Episode 10: Raging Fae

  • Directed By: David Greene
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: 223,000[36]
  • Original Air Date: November 27, 2011

Bo becomes aware of an underground illegal fighting ring in which Fae battle Fae and one human that appears to be superpowered. She manages to get involved with the ring in order to try to shut it down and find out how the human is winning fights against the Fae. Mel, the sister of the first person Bo killed, arrives in town on a mission to take her revenge on Bo. She meets with Kenzi and tells her of what happened at that time and how finding Bo has become her life. To try and turn her off Bo's trail, Kenzi involves Hale in trying to protect Bo, but doing so, she reveals the connections Bo has with Dyson and Hale when Bo is seen talking with Dyson in the police station. Bo tells Kenzi of what happened in the past, what happened when her parents told her the truth, and why she has to run now, and why she will be running all of her life. Bo enters the ring in order to give Dyson a chance to gather the evidence they need, but her guilt over her past gets in the way of her defending herself and she loses her match. After the fight, Bo's guilt over what happened tears her apart, and she starts to break off her relationships one by one. When Dyson takes the evidence of the underground fighting ring to the Ash for action, the Ash refuses to do anything about it and dismisses him. In the end, it is revealed that the source of the drug is coming from the son of the human fighter and with his help, Bo manages to save his father. Bo comes to realize that she was wrong to turn her friends away and gains them back, and comes to the decision that she must talk to Mel, but Hale covers for Bo and Bo is forgiven through the cover story that Hale has told Mel which is that Bo saw a murderer that actually killed her brother. When Bo confronts Hale about this, it is revealed that Trick asked him to do so and Bo reveals to Trick the vision from the Nain Rouge of her killing him.

Episode 11: Can't See the Fae-Rest

  • Directed By: Gail Harvey
  • Written By: Shelley Scarrow
  • Canadian Viewers: 337,000[37]
  • Original Air Date: December 4, 2011

A series of wealthy humans are being killed by crushing, and Dyson and Hale are called in to investigate. They come to the conclusion that Fae must be involved and ask Bo and Kenzi to go undercover in order to seek out the killer. They agree, and with Ciara's help, they are brought into the world of the rich and famous. Kenzi and Bo then become suspects when one of the humans are killed at the party they are attending. After interviewing the suspects, one person, named Lita, that was attending the party is singled out as the most likely suspect. Bo and Dyson go undercover as a couple and meet her and she is revealed to be a Snake Fae. But it turns out that while she is one, the men were killed by crushing and not by poison which is how Lita would normally kill someone. It turns out that another Fae called a Batibat, named Maganda is killing the men in order to collect items they own that were made from a tree that she was linked to. They capture her, and find the Fae trader that has been selling the items to the humans in the city. They force him to return all of the items to their rightful owner thus ending the killing spree. Bo comes to a resolution with Ciara over her relationship with Dyson, and also comes to call Ciara a friend, hoping to find a way for both of them to move forward with their lives. Afterwards, Ciara and Dyson talk about their relationship and she reveals to him that she loves him and he promises to make her happy. Lauren goes to the Ash with the news that many Light Fae are being killed and in return for helping him to discover why, she asks for the Ash's help with Nadia, but he refuses her. When she defies him, he imprisons her.

Episode 12: Masks

  • Directed By: Lee Rose
  • Written By: Grant Rosenberg
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 11, 2011

The Ash reveals to Lauren that the old Ash cursed Nadia in order to have Lauren find the cure the Fae needed at that time. He also reveals that he knows which Shaman set the curse, but refuses any of her requests to find him and she is returned to the lab to continue the research he wishes her to do. Kenzi plans a surprise birthday party for Bo, but the Ash calls Bo to a meeting and tells her where the Dark Fae Shaman they are seeking is located, and sends her away to lift the curse. Bo is transported to where the Shaman is and discovers him and a large block of wood with hundreds of cursing nails in it. He reveals that the former Ash paid him handsomely for the curse on Nadia, but will only remove the nail if Bo completes a quest for him. He sends Bo on a search for a healing mask that he requires to save his life, and if she returns with it, then he will give her the means to remove the nail. Kenzi, as she prepares for the party, meets an old boyfriend that is part of a band, and she finds herself falling in love with him again. Dyson reveals to Trick that Ciara is looking for a house for them to live in, but he tells Trick that he isn't sure what he wants, or who he wants. Bo asks a favour of Trick, and he gives her something valuable to trade for the mask the Shaman wants, and Dyson leaves with Bo to find the mask. They meet with the Fae that holds the mask, and after making the trade and completing a test, they leave with the mask. Bo then returns to the Dark Fae Shaman and saves his life and then she removes the nail, thus releasing Nadia from the curse. But she also destroys the means for the Shaman to curse others as well. When Bo returns to Lauren, she finds her and Nadia together and leaves them to return home. She walks into the surprise birthday party Kenzi has been planning and receives gifts from her friends, but also one that comes from someone that no one knows. In return for Nadia being freed from her curse, which Lauren thinks was the Ash's doing, Lauren returns herself to the Ash's control and pledges herself to him once more.

Episode 13: Barometz. Trick. Pressure.

  • Directed By: Paolo Barzman
  • Written By: Steve Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: 308,000[38]
  • Original Air Date: December 18, 2011

Lauren and Nadia leave on a trip, but before Lauren leaves, she tells Bo that the Ash saved Nadia and that she has given herself back to the Ash again as a result. Elsewhere, Kenzi and Nate's relationship continues to grow, and he asks her to leave town with him, and Kenzi agrees. Trick intends to use the coming of the Blood Moon, an event that happens once every twenty years, to see into the future, but needs a ring that a shifter Fae stole for him. Bo goes to see the shifter in order to collect the ring, but the shifter becomes a doppelgänger of Bo and attempts to double-cross her and Trick. Bo overcomes the shifter and takes the ring to Trick. Trick sees an old friend and has to answer four questions truthfully in order to obtain to obtain a drug he also needs and they reveal some of his secrets. She also forces Dyson to admit that he cannot ever truly love Ciara. Trick then passes into trance and divines the future. He sees his wife, who tells him that he made a mistake in ending the Great Fae War which was caused by a being that fed on the rage of all Fae and she demands he end the peace for the good of the Fae. Trick sees through this lie, and then faces the Evil One foretold by the Nain Rouge which is a being called a Garuda. He is attacked by it in the vision and is badly injured, also injuring Dyson and Hale who were guarding him in the real world. Bo goes to confront the Ash about what he has done to Lauren, and she discovers a series of his own severed heads that he keeps in his chambers. The Ash then attacks her and they battle each other. Bo eventually has the chance to kill him, but she refuses to do so and discovers that the Ash has been testing her. The Ash then reveals to Bo that he is a Nāga and he tells Bo about the Garuda, its threat, and asks her to battle the Garuda for the Fae, telling her that she is the only one who can possibly destroy it and save the world.

Episode 14: Midnight Lamp

  • Directed By: David Winning
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: 330,000[39]
  • Original Air Date: January 22, 2012

Kenzi has left town with Nate, and Bo is on her own as The Ash asks Bo to locate a Djinn named Sadie for him so that he can obtain more information on the Garuda. Trick, Hale and Dyson have recovered from what happened in the previous episode, and Trick shares what he has learned with them. He also shares the information with Bo, but she tells him that she has already learned the information from The Ash, which confuses Trick and worries him. Dyson tells Trick that he was made to admit that he cannot love Ciara, and he is having problems dealing with that truth. Dyson seeks out the Norn who tells him that since wolves mate for life, and he gave his love of Bo to her, he has no love to give and therefore cannot love Ciara or anyone else. Bo meets the mysterious man from the previous episode that gave her an odd bracelet which turns out to be someone named Ryan who provides various items to The Ash on occasion for a price. Bo attends a party where Sadie is attending and with the help of Ryan and one of his devices, manages to capture Sadie, but they both wind up trapped in the same trap with Sadie. It is revealed that the bracelet Bo was given is proof against Sadie's powers as they try to escape the trap. Ryan reveals that he is a Loki, one of a family that created the myth of Loki. They manage to contact Dyson and he locates the device in the outside world, and takes it to Trick who attempts to get them out of it, but cannot. Hale however can sing the tune of the trap and does so allowing Bo to communicate with them. As this happens, Sadie seemingly kills Ryan and then in order to stall for time, Bo convinces Sadie that she is her biggest fan, which begins to slowly kill Bo. She however places a kiss on Sadie marking her and making Bo her Mistress for a time. Ryan returns and soon after the three escape the trap. Ciara confronts Dyson over what is going on with him and their relationship. He reveals to her that the Norn took his love in exchange for Bo's life, he cannot love her. She cannot understand why he would not give up his wolf for her husband and leaves heartbroken. Bo sees The Ash and tells him that she will not be his champion, but will be his partner to which The Ash agrees. Bo delivers Ryan's payment to him and he tells her that he is impressed by her and what she stands for. After he tells her that he doesn't care about her past and he doesn't have any to worry about, he and Bo become intimate together. Afterwards, Ryan reveals that he is Dark Fae to Bo's shock, but after he tells her that with him there are no rules, she stays with him.

Episode 15: Table for Fae

  • Directed By: David Greene
  • Written By: Duana Taha
  • Canadian Viewers: 264,000[40]
  • Original Air Date: January 29th, 2012

Kenzi and Nate return from their trip and discover Bo in bed with Ryan. After this awkward moment passes, they all spend time together at a restaurant, but it doesn’t go well. Ryan attempts to do something good for Nate’s career by contacting The Morrigan, who recognizes Kenzi at their meeting. The Morrigan offers Nate a recording deal but Kenzi makes a deal with The Morrigan to save Nate’s life. The deal is that Kenzi will owe her a favor whenever she wants to collect it. Afterwards, Nate blames himself for not getting the deal and Kenzi feels guilty for destroying Nate’s dreams. Dyson arrests the son of a powerful man and as a result of doing so, he is suspended from the police force. Hale puts his job on the line for Dyson to have him reinstated again, but Dyson decides that he doesn’t need to explain or answer to anyone again including, it seems The Ash. Hale investigates a case in which backpackers are turning up years older than they once were, and dying soon after. Trick suggests it is a Serket, but suggests that Bo is the one to look into it and she does so. Bo discovers that there is a medical clinic in the area that backpackers go to make some money and a pair of Serkets take the youth from the young and give it to those that are willing to pay for it. Bo sneaks into the clinic but is ambushed by them. It turns out that the Serket and her sister are Dark Fae and the older sister forced the younger one to kill humans to make money. They take some life from Bo, but Ryan intervenes. In the end, Bo convinces the younger sister to rebel against the older and the scheme is ended. Kenzi tells Bo what she had to do to save Nate, and that Ryan is to blame. Bo goes to see Ryan and to tell him that they are over but he manages to persuade Bo to stay with him over her objections to his actions.

Episode 16: School's Out

  • Directed By: James Dunnison
  • Written By: Jay Firestone & Harris Goldberg
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: February 12th, 2012
  • Note: The episode appeared early on iTunes. It was available in HD format for season's pass subscribers on February 7th, 2012 in error.

Bo is still in a relationship with Ryan at the beginning of the episode and trying to hide that fact from Kenzi who believes that Bo dumped him. Dyson investigates a high school when a student collapses after speaking nonsense while reading an assignment to her class and her father believes that a drug dealer at the school is responsible. Dyson draws Bo and Kenzi into his investigation of the school, Bo as a teacher, Kenzi as a student, and Dyson as a student counsellor. However none of their investigations go well and another student becomes a victim. Kenzi becomes the target of one student's attentions, and is kissed by him which results in Kenzi becoming effected by what has claimed two other students in the school so far. It turns out that the student that had kissed Kenzi is a kind of Fae called a Akvan and he also kissed the other two girls. The source of the problem turns out to be caused by the student's father using the eggs of a Simurgh, which is a Fae animal, in egg sandwiches to make his son smarter. Lauren returns from her trip out of town with Nadia but has not told Nadia about what is going on with her and the Fae. Nadia suspects that Lauren is keeping secrets from her and begins to try to figure out what they might be. She also becomes very possessive of Lauren when near Bo. At the end of the episode, Bo tells Ryan that she doesn't want to see him anymore. But Ryan convinces her to remain with him by taking her to the school prom that she never went to when she was in high school in the past.

Episode 17: The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire

  • Directed By: Brett Sullivan
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: 232,000[41]
  • Original Air Date: February 19th, 2012

Hale asks Kenzi to pretend to be his girlfriend in order to impress his father at an upcoming event where the Noble Fae families will be attending. Kenzi agrees to do so, but Nate becomes concerned that something is going on and Kenzi isn't telling him about it. Lauren and Nadia visit Bo, and Nadia searches through Bo's home to find clues about what Bo's relationship with Lauren is. Bo confronts Nadia and tells her that she has nothing to worry about, but Nadia doesn't seem to believe Bo. Hale introduces Kenzi as his girlfriend to his family, but they reject Kenzi and express their hate of humans in general as they do so, as well as their racial views of anyone not of their own family. As this happens, a creature is attacking the Fae Noble families and killing the leaders of them one by one. Hale's sister tries to seduce Dyson, and Hale discovers them making love and tells Dyson that he doesn't know him anymore. Bo discovers that the Fae families are being attacked by a Cherufe which the Noble Fae families have double crossed, Hale's father being one of them that did so by not giving up his first born daughter to it. Nate confronts Kenzi at the event about what is going on, but they reconcile their relationship. Bo stops the attack, and announces the coming of the Garuda to the assembled families, but none of them want to help her. Bo tells them all that it is obvious to her that the Garuda is making them all more violent towards each other than they normally are and they need to band together to fight it, but they are too frightened to do so. In the end, she leaves with Hale and Kenzi, Hale rejecting his father, but gaining a small measure of support from him. As the episode ends, Lauren finds Nadia cutting herself with a knife, but Nadia has no memory of doing so. As they embrace, Nadia's face changes as if she is possessed by something or someone but Lauren does not see this.

Episode 18: Fae-nted Love

  • Directed By: Michael DeCarlo
  • Written By: Shelley Scarrow
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 4, 2012

Bo is still with Ryan as the episode begins. Bo feeds from Ryan after she is injured and then afterwards tries once more to leave him. However, Ryan sends her gifts, singing telegrams and other things to sway her which Kenzi takes notice of. Kenzi's friend Tryst returns and asks for help in trying to figure out why his grandmother has changed her will to give everything to a strange church. Bo and Kenzi investigate and discover the leader of the church is a Fae called an Addonc, who splashes Bo with water making her lose her memory completely. Bo, now not knowing she is a succubus, or who she is, meets Ryan and he tells her that they are madly in love with each other and asks her to marry him, and she agrees to do so. Ryan then pushes Bo into a marriage ceremony as Kenzi and Trick try to get a cure to her. They succeed in doing so, and Bo takes the cure and regains her memories. Trick also discovers why Ryan is infatuated with Bo and removes Bo's hold over him. Ryan and Bo finally end their relationship after the Addonc is stopped, each going on their own way, Ryan promising not to see Bo again. Dyson is called in by The Ash to investigate a Fae prisoner that is connected to the deaths of many Fae. Dyson interrogates him, but finds himself giving up as much informations about himself as he is getting in return. Dyson's life and reason for living are questioned and he cannot find a reason to live. His truth is given to him that Dyson cannot live without love, and he is told to kill himself. But Dyson overcomes him, and obtains an admission of his guilt for the deaths of the Fae. Afterwards, Dyson leaves town on a motorcycle for places unknown. Kenzi confronts Bo about lying to her about Ryan and they reconcile their relationship. Bo confronts Trick about what he knows and demands that when the battle with The Garuda is over, she wants real answers from him about her past and about Trick, who seems to know everything about her.

Episode 19: Truth and Consequences

  • Directed By: Lee Rose
  • Written By: Grant Rosenberg
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 11, 2012

The Ash informs Bo that one of the most powerful Fae, The Glade, might be making an alliance with The Garuda and he asks Bo to remove that threat, dead or alive. Bo attends a speech by The Glade and discovers her to be a powerful charismatic telepathic Fae that Bo initially admires. However, Trick places doubt in Bo's mind. Bo meets with The Glade, and tries to find out where she stands, but The Glade senses that Bo is hiding something. The Glade attempts to imprison Bo, but she escapes and captures The Glade, bringing her to The Ash. Trick asks Hale to help gather information by spying on The Ash to find out what he knows. Hale visits The Ash and is asked by him to spy on Trick as well. Hale brings Trick and The Ash together and they begin to share information between them. Kenzi and Nate's relationship grows, Nate asking Kenzi to take it to the next level, meaning for them to become a real couple. Kenzi meets with Trick and he tells her that the coming fight with The Garuda is not her fight and she should live her own life. Trick tells Kenzi that Bo's love for Kenzi is a weakness and she must leave with Nate to remove that weakness as a threat to the coming fight. Kenzi tells Bo that as a result of all of the threats that they face, she cannot continue to lie to Nate or have him come to harm because of Bo's life. Bo tells Kenzi that she does not want her to remain with her and tells her to leave with Nate because she can't allow anything to happen to Kenzi when The Garuda comes. Kenzi tells Nate that they cannot be together any longer in order to protect him. She tells him that she doesn't love him in order to send him away, crushing Nate's heart and he leaves. Kenzi tells Bo what she did and that where she belongs is with Bo, and Bo tells her that she needs Kenzi more than ever. Lauren tries to figure out why Nadia is sick and discovers that the cure may well be the one she created for the Fae, but Nadia will not take the cure. Lauren is then attacked by Nadia and then attacks Kenzi as well. When Nadia returns to Lauren she says she no memory of what she has done but demands that Lauren tell her everything that she has been hiding from her, and Lauren does so. Bo arrives and confronts Nadia, discovering that Nadia is possessed by The Garuda. When Nadia attacks Lauren, Bo is forced to kill Nadia.

Episode 20: Lachlan's Gambit

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Steve Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 18, 2012

Trick tells Bo about some odd events that are happening to animals in the city and that they are hiding because The Garuda is coming soon, but Trick has no idea where The Garuda is. Trick is attacked by a gang of Berserkers, sent by The Garuda, but they are repelled by Bo, Hale and Ciara. Trick figures out there is a mole in their midst and learns through the mole where The Garuda might be. Dyson returns from being away and explains that the Wolf spirit told him that he will kill The Garuda, but in truth it didn't explain exactly what he must do except in a riddle. Dyson tells Bo he must do this in order to have his love for her returned to him. The Ash calls Trick to a meeting where he tells Trick that his blood could stop what is happening and demands that he use it to write a new future, but Bo and Dyson manage to stop him from doing so. Ciara comes to Dyson and asks for one more night with him before the battle begins and he agrees, during which he learns from Ciara some truths about himself that he wasn't aware of. Bo returns to Lauren in the aftermath of killing Nadia and finds that Lauren is very cold as a result of what Bo did. Bo and Lauren talk finally, Lauren asking Bo if she can spend the night with her, Lauren telling Bo that she wants to leave the Fae forever, and Bo tells Lauren that she will support her. Trick meets with Hale and tells him that no matter the cost, he must bring Bo back to him alive after the coming battle is over. Bo, Dyson, Hale, Kenzi and Ciara go to confront The Garuda, but find themselves captured instead. The Garuda then taunts them all before striking Ciara down. Dyson sacrifices himself to allow the others to escape, falling to The Garuda's Beserkers. While this happens, The Garuda attacks The Ash and kills him while Trick watches, but Trick manages to force him away when The Garuda attempts to kill Trick. When Bo and Hale arrive, they learn that although The Ash is dead, his venom was taken by Lauren and they have a slim advantage now. Kenzi does not escape with Hale and Bo, and Bo searches for Kenzi. She finds that Kenzi went back to save Dyson. Dyson is alive, but close to death and Bo finally accepts that she is the one to face The Garuda for the lives of her friends and everyone else.

Episode 21: Into the Dark

  • Directed By: John Fawcett
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 25, 2012

A wake is held for Ciara at the Dal Riata, Bo and her friends trying to cope with what's happened, Dyson devastated and on the verge of giving up. Bo confronts Trick with the knowledge she believes that he is her father, however Trick tells Bo that he isn't her father, but rather her grandfather and that Aoife was his daughter. He also tells her he doesn't know who Bo's father is. Trick explains that Bo's blood has the power to enslave others, like her mother did, and that using that power may turn her to the dark side. Bo asks that Trick call the Nain Rouge to get some answers, but he cannot. Bo cries out in anger and the Nain Rouge appears. The Nain Rouge tells Bo that Dyson misunderstood what the Wolf Spirit told him and the way to defeat the Garuda is to join the Light and Dark Fae into a single force. Bo and Lauren attend the funeral of Lachlan, and find The Morrigan there. Bo asks for Vex's help, but is told that Vex will remain in the dungeons forever because he took control of The Morrigan's body and humiliated her. Bo is told in order to have what she wants, she has to steal an item from The Ash for her. Kenzi confronts Dyson and makes him understand that he cannot give up for everyone's sake, and Bo's in particular. Dyson sees The Norn with Kenzi at his side, demanding his love to be returned, but is rejected. Kenzi takes things into her own hands and attacks The Norn's sacred tree and begins to cut it down, which forces The Norn to agree to Kenzi's demands. Kenzi is tricked and Dyson's love is seemingly destroyed. Kenzi then brings something to Dyson, which he consumes, which she claims is Dyson's love. Bo locates the item and brings it to The Morrigan, when Vex is brought to her, he explains he humiliated The Morrigan to be safe from a group of Red Caps, who then attack Bo and take Vex away with them. Bo confronts the Red Caps, and they demand the item that Bo stole for The Morrigan to release Vex. Bo finds The Morrigan and uses her powers to control her long enough to steal the item back. Bo gives the item to the Red Caps, but The Morrigan stops the transaction and moves to kill everyone there. Vex helps Bo to overcome her, and Vex agrees to help Bo in the coming battle. Bo gathers her friends and tells them she has a plan, and asks her friends to stand with her and they all agree to do so. At the end of the episode, a dark force is seen watching Trick in his lair, but takes no action against him.

Episode 22: Flesh and Blood

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Alan McCullough
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: April 1. 2012

Bo meets with Trick and he tells her of his concerns about her plan. He gives her a vial of life essence to protect herself that was given to him by Bo's grandmother, to be used in the event she feels herself slipping towards the dark side. A dark force enters and transports Trick away, Bo unable to stop it. Trick is taken to The Garuda and is shown his past which reveals that Trick was losing the war between the Fae and that Trick's wife went to try and broker a peace between Trick and the attacking armies. However, she was killed by a traitor in Trick's midst who sent an order in his name to have her and the opposing leader killed. This turned both the Light and Dark Fae against him and to save his life, Trick wrote the Fae Laws. Lauren gives Bo the remaining venom she has saved, enough for one dose only, and tells Bo that she is what they need, a leader, and Bo takes that to heart in her plan against The Garuda. Bo tells her friends that her solution to The Garuda's power is for her to enslave her friends with her blood in order to remove all strife between them. Lauren injects Bo's blood into everyone, but Vex manages to avoid being injected by diverting everyone's attention. Bo tells Kenzi that if anything goes wrong, she must release her hold on the others, even if that means killing her and Kenzi promises that she will do so if need be. Kenzi attempts to decipher Trick's notes and eventually figures out the location of The Garuda, and Hale's sister Val arrives to join the group in their fight. They confront The Garuda, who is holding Trick in an insane asylum. The group splits up to search for Trick and in the course of doing so, Vex is injured which causes both he and Lauren to be left behind as the others continue. Kenzi is severely injured in another confrontation, Hale and Val unable to stop it from happening and taking the three of them out of the fight as well. Dyson and Bo arrive as Trick is about to rewrite the Laws under the sway of The Garuda's powers. Dyson attacks but is severely injured. Bo then confronts it and the two battle. Vex's trickery is revealed and he is injected which adds to Bo's powers. Hale manages to use his powers to stop Kenzi bleeding to death. Kenzi demands to be taken to Bo and the others go to join her. The Garuda then enters Trick's body and attempts to use his body to rewrite the laws, but Vex delays this using his powers. Bo uses the venom on Trick's body and kills The Garuda, but in doing so, also kills Trick. Bo begins to slip away into darkness and insanity, but she gives the life essence to Trick which saves him instead of herself. She then continues to turn dark, but Kenzi performs the ceremony to unbind everyone from Bo and stops it from continuing. In the aftermath, something is effecting Kenzi causing her arm to glow with power, Trick is unsure of himself, Lauren is considering leaving since there is no Ash thanks to a comment by Dyson, and Bo seems to still be under the effects of the dark that is growing within her.

Season 3: 2013

On December 9, 2011, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a third season, set to begin production in Spring 2012 and air in the Fall of 2012. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[42] On July 12, 2012, Showcase announced that season three would begin in the Winter of 2013.[43] On November 16th, 2012 it was announced that the third season would premiere on January 6th, 2013 at 9 PM Eastern.

Episode 1: Caged Fae

  • Directed By: Paolo Barzman
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 6, 2013

It is three weeks after the defeat of The Garuda and Bo is out of control breaking many Fae laws and going on a rampage through the city. She is arrested by Dyson and sent to jail for her actions. However, this is a ruse to investigate the Fae prison that is run by Amazons and the Fae warden running it with Lauren as backup as the prison doctor. Hale, in the meantime, is revealed to be the new acting Ash. Vex appears with information about what is going on and attempts to convince Dyson to take him on in the place of Hale, but Dyson refuses. Bo breaks into the warden's office looking for evidence and discovers that the Amazon warden is forcing other rare Fae to bear children against their will at a highly accelerated rate so she can sell them. Helping a prisoner Bo befriended to give birth, Lauren loses her cover and Bo's deception is revealed to the warden and her guards as they arrive to claim the child. The warden then reveals her plan to force Bo to give birth to a new succubus. However, the warden is revealed as being male, being the one causing the accelerated births, and the Amazons turn on him freeing Bo and Lauren. Bo then asks Lauren to be with her, the two to be a couple, as Dyson and Kenzi arrive to help them. At the and of the episode, Hale shuts down the prison and those prisoners that were not violent are released. Bo talks to Trick about her father being most certainly Dark Fae but Trick tells her that she is not a monster. As she leaves the Dal Riata, Bo attacks a man and takes his Chi, leaving him unconscious as she walks away with an evil smile on her lips.

Episode 2: SubterrFaenean

  • Directed By: Steve Dimarco
  • Written By: Stephen Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 13, 2013

Vex and Kenzi attend an art festival underground and witness Kenzi's friend Aussie vanish in the middle of a show as an actor is killed. Kenzi asks Bo to help her and they discover a den of Alligator Fae led by a Fae named Atticus who, it appears, threatens to reveal the Fae to the human world. Through Hale's being the Ash, Dyson discovers that the Alligator Fae are being threatened by a Pied Piper who wants them killed to allow for his own political and economic gains in having a subway built through their home. The Alligator Fae have been framed for the disappearance of humans and Fae so that this will happen. However, Bo's involvement leads to her bringing the Piper to Atticus and the two face off, Bo leaving the two of them trapped underground in battle with each other. Lauren and Bo's relationship continues to grow, the two becoming more and more intimate. Bo experiences dreams of her attacking others and taking their Chi which lead to Trick contacting a Weaver to try and help Bo with her dreams. The Weaver does so and discovers an image of Bo in a monstrous form feeding on someone. Dyson meets his new partner, Tamsin, who is Dark Fae, and is partnered with Dyson as an experiment between the Light and Dark Fae. But the two are immediately at odds with each other. Tamsin also accuses Bo of feeding on a Dark Fae and shows evidence to that effect.

Episode 3: ConFaegion

  • Directed By: Paolo Barzman
  • Written By: James Thorpe
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 20, 2013


Bo recovers a Staff of Righteousness which had been stolen. Vex tries to make amends with the Morrigan but fails to do so. She plants a parasite on Vex which enters Bo, Dyson, and Tamsin changing their personalities and regressing them so their Fae powers no longer exist. Kenzi picks up the Staff to defend herself and cannot let go of it. The staff gives Kenzi Fae-like abilities, but Trick gives Kenzi a means to be free. Kenzi and Lauren come to odds over Bo, but manage to overcome this saving Bo and the others. Afterwards, Vex decides it is time to leave, and Hale confronts the Morrigan and warns her not to threaten the peace again.

Episode 4: Fae-de To Black

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 27th, 2013

Dyson asks Bo to go undercover as a therapist to investigate a rash of human suicides. Bo believes at first that a Suicide Fae working at the clinic is feeding on the victims, but after that Fae dies, Dyson goes undercover as a patient and falls victim to what is happening. It turns out that a Rakshasa in the form of a cat is responsible for the deaths. Bo being monogamous to Lauren is causing problems. Lauren is becoming weaker and Bo’s hunger is growing as she becomes unable to heal herself not having enough Chi to feed on until, after being injured severely, she is forced to feed from Dyson. Bo tells Lauren what happened, and Lauren tells Bo she can feed on others, but Bo cannot feed on Dyson. Kenzi tries to talk to the others about the rash she has and that it is getting worse, but no one listens and at the end of the episode she is pulled screaming by a force into darkness.

Episode 5: Faes Wide Shut

  • Directed By: George Mihalka
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: February 10, 2013

Bo and Lauren attempt to find a way to satisfy Bo's needs which means looking for sexual partners at the Dal Riata. Kenzi's personality seems to change, becoming cold in how she deals with others and not acting like her normal self and she drives wedges between her friends lying to make them doubt each other. Dyson and Tamsin investigate a Fae murder and discover that Bo may be responsible as she was with that Fae previously. Bo investigates why humans are turning into puddles of goo after visiting an adult club that is owned by a Bacchus, They discover that a Manta, a huge octopus-like underFae is causing the deaths in connection with the Bacchus. Bo loses control, but Lauren manages to bring her back with some difficulty. Dyson decides to take the investigation of Bo further as the evidence seems to be pointing to her killing Fae and Lauren covering for Bo. Bo realizes that Kenzi isn't who she appears to be and demands to know where the real Kenzi is.

Episode 6: The Kenzi Scale

  • Directed By: David Greene
  • Written By: Sandra Chwialkowska
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: February 17, 2013

The false Kenzi convinces the others to imprison Bo in the Dal Riata. It turns out that the real Kenzi is being held prisoner by a Kitsune who has taken over her life. She did so because the liquid that spilled on Kenzi when she attacked the Norn gave Kenzi the Kitsune’s powers thus making her a copy of Kenzi. Tamsin however uncovers the fake Kenzi and helps Bo to escape and then rescue Kenzi. The Kitsune attacks Dyson and he kills her which allows Lauren to also confirm the deception. Tamsin is told by the Morrigan to wake the Dark Fae who is in a coma to identify Bo as his attacker. Tamsin does wake the Fae who identifies Bo, but does not give The Morrigan this information. Lauren discovers that something is changing Bo’s body and replacing it cell by cell. Trick reveals that Bo is facing The Dawning, which is the evolution of Fae. If Bo fails this test she will become an underFae instead.

Episode 7: There's Bo Place Like Home

  • Directed By: Gail Harvey
  • Written By: Brendon Yorke
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 3, 2013

Trick trains Bo to face her first challenge but she fails. A Lode Star tells Bo that she must return home to her human parents and settle her past with them. Bo finds her father has passed away and her mother is suffering from dementia. Bo discovers that an UnderFae, called Lady Polly by the locals, is killing off those in her home town that had released it in the past as they return for a cherry festival. Bo collects the remainder of her high school friends together to trap the UnderFae with the help of Kenzi in a well ending the threat. Bo speaks with her mother, apologizes to her, forgives her and manages to come to terms with her past at last. Bo passes the first test and discovers there is much more to come and she confronts Kenzi asking her why she went to see The Norn.

Episode 8: Fae-ge Against The Machine

  • Directed By: George Mihalka
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 10, 2013

Bo accidentally activates a game that is part of her tests for The Dawning. Bo and Tamsin are forced into helping a Spriggan to find a missing Fae. As Bo is involved in that search, Trick is forced to play the game for Bo. Each choice Trick makes affects Bo at some point in her search. Bo and Tamsin go to Brazenwood, a place where outlaw Fae live and find the missing Fae who is a Squonk and free her. Lauren wins an award for her work and wants Bo to go with her, instead going out with a fellow scientist when Bo cannot do so. Bo passes her test and receives an invitation to attend The Dawning and Tamsin has a disturbing revelation about Bo.

Episode 9: The Ceremony

  • Directed By: Lee Rose
  • Written By: James Thorpe
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 17, 2013

Bo’s Dawning arrives and she enters the Temple alongside Dyson with Lauren’s blessing. They enter a mirror of the world they know in search of a key to escape it. Dyson reveals that he does love Bo but will not interfere with her and Lauren’s happiness, content to wait for her. As the trial continues the world twists further and further, roles changing and altering from what Bo knows. Dyson realizes that he is the key to escape and forces Bo to kill him. They return to the real world and Bo changes as she did in Season Two when Lauren’s life was threatened pulling the Chi from everyone around her and uses it to revive Dyson. Bo passes the Dawning, but a new threat is hinted at still to come.

Episode 10: Delinquents

  • Directed By: Gail Harvey
  • Written By: Michelle Lovretta
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 24, 2013

Bo, Kenzi and Dyson go undercover in a troubled youth camp to investigate a series of deaths and discover that a Tikbalang is killing them and stop it. However, it had a human mate who attacks Lauren in revenge, but Bo saves her. Tamsin is contacted by a bounty hunter friend who informs her that someone Tamsin is working for wants her to bring Bo to him. Tamsin does not want to and resists until her friend is killed. Tamsin plants doubt in Lauren about Bo and as a result of this and the attack on her, Lauren and Bo part ways in their relationship. As all of this unfolds, Tamsin prepares to capture Bo and take her to the one that wants Bo.

Episode 11: Adventures In Fae-bysitting

  • Directed By: Lee Rose
  • Written By: Sandra Chwialkowska
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: March 31, 2013

Bo and Kenzi are approached by a babysitter who claims that something has happened to her employer. Dyson is approached by a Fae who has lost contact with her twin sister and believes something has happened. Bo discovers that the babysitter is Fae and a coven of witches have taken control of her. Bo manages to stop them with some mysterious help, and then, at the behest of the babysitter, kills her so she cannot be used again. Tamsin and Dyson go back over the kills that had been assumed to be Bo’s and find that someone is killing mass numbers of Fae, but do not know who is responsible. Lauren is offered a job, but after her past is investigated, it appears that she is a fugitive from the law. She decides to make a break with the Fae and leaves, severing her connections with them completely.

Episode 12: Hail, Hale

  • Directed By: Steve Dimarco
  • Written By: Stephen Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: April 7, 2013

Hale’s inauguration arrives but Dyson is kidnapped by a group of humans. This allows The Morrigan to discredit Hale because evidence indicates that Lauren is involved in the attack and she is missing. Through this The Morrigan forces a vote which declares that all humans held by the Fae, or connected to the Fae, are terrorists. As a result, Kenzi is arrested and sentenced to death. Lauren is deceived by Isaac who has a plan which has meant he has been hunting Fae and experimenting on them for years. Lauren is imprisoned along with Dyson and it is revealed that Aife is also being held. Trick is kidnapped by unknown persons, while Tamsin is shot as she and Bo try to locate Lauren.

Episode 13: Those Who Wander

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: 269,000[44]
  • Original Air Date: April 14, 2013

Kenzi is held by the Morrigan but she escapes and goes to find the Druid to become Fae. Isaac plans to use stem cells from Dyson to make him Fae. Lauren agrees to do this and he becomes Fae, but Dyson kills him and Lauren vanishes. While this occurs, Bo is imprisoned and finds Aife who gives hints about Bo's father before taking a killing blow meant for Bo and Bo is forced to leave her behind as she escapes. Hale rescues Trick and he leaves with Stella for Scotland as Vex takes out the Morrigan for Hale. Tamsin and Bo battle when the Rune Glass does not work, but Tamsin sides with Bo. Tamsin rescues Dyson but they run off the road in Tamsin’s truck when the Wanderer appears and is revealed to be Bo’s father. He then spirits Bo away to places unknown.

Season 4: 2013-2014

According to an article at Blastr dated January 14th, 2013, the fourth season was already in production on that date. The article did not indicate the number of episodes ordered or any other further details.[45] It was assumed that the season would consist of 13 episodes. On February 28th, 2013, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fourth season, set to begin production in Spring 2013 and air late in 2013. Only thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[46] On July 11th, 2013, the Showcase Blog revealed that the fourth season of Lost Girl would begin on November 10, 2013.[47]

Episode 1: In Memoriam

  • Directed By: Paolo Barzman
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 10, 2013

Reality and the memories of both Fae and humans have been altered so that no one remembers Bo ever existing and reality itself seems to have reverted to the 1930s. The reality change also seems to have placed Kenzi in Bo’s place, at least in actions and relationships. Aife hires Kenzi to prove Bo did exist and discovers along with Dyson the memory and reality tampering. Both Tamsin and Lauren are missing, their location and condition both unknown. Kenzi also has made a deal with Massimo to have Fae powers, but Massimo has tricked her and she is not actually Fae. Vex attempts to keep reality as it is, for the power he now has as The Morrigan, but Hale and Dyson oppose him. Kenzi and Dyson find the cause of the reality change and they fix everyone’s memories, but at the moment they do Aife confronts Trick and as the episode ends, she has regained her memories and attacks Trick, meaning to kill him. At the end of the episode, a hint of what the Una Mens are is given and Lauren is seen for an instant as she remembers Bo. As well for an instant Bo is seen somewhere opening her eyes which are completely bright blue.

Episode 2: Sleeping Beauty School

  • Directed By: Steve Dimarco
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 17, 2013

Trick has survived Aife’s attack and deduces through items that Kenzi retained after the previous episode, that Bo is no longer on the same physical plane as everyone else is. Bo is seen travelling on a old train through an impenetrable darkness, destination unknown, her memories unclear and unfocused, but they appear to be slowly returning as she remembers Kenzi’s name. Dyson finds a young girl while searching for Tamsin and it appears to be Tamsin reborn, but she seems to have no memories of her past life. Dyson asks Kenzi to look after her in hope that over time Tamsin’s memories will return. Kenzi discovers the Wanderer card through Tamsin touching it, though the card bursts into flame and is damaged. Kenzi loses all of the compound that Massimo made for her when Tamsin flushes all of it down the toilet and is forced to go to him for more and Tamsin is left unprotected. The Una Mens have set up their home in what was the Ash’s compound. Vex is interrogated by the Una Mens and in order to survive, he makes a deal to give them Bo, who they are looking for. In an attempt to find Bo, Dyson and Hale see a Fae named Selene and eventually are directed to a Fae named Eddy who can traverse dimensions and take them to Bo. Dyson frees him from Selene’s hold, but discovers later that in fact Eddie is a female Fae who he has met before named Cleo. She isin fact an Elemental who helps Dyson to board a Death Train which appears to be the same kind of train that Bo was seen on earlier. Lauren is working in a diner and is making a mess of things, but has become involved with one of the waitresses that work there. While working she saves the life of a Fae in front of another waitress who films it. However, the waitress removes the video as she is attracted to Lauren. Lauren contacts Dyson and wants to return, but Dyson tells her that she is still wanted and needs to remain hidden. Hale decides to tell Kenzi how he feels and Kenzi returns Hale’s affections, but are interrupted by Tamsin aging and are not able to express their feelings to each other. Bo manages to escape the Train she was on, jumping off it into the void, destination unknown and fate uncertain.

Episode 3: Lovers. Apart.

  • Directed By: Andy Mikita
  • Written By: Stephen Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: November 24, 2013

Dyson and Cleo arrive on the Death Train, but there is no sign of Bo and they go in pursuit of her. Bo has been transported to an old house in the woods where a family finds her, but Bo’s memories are confused. She finds that the family is frightened of a ghost which has killed members of their family over generations and the father imprisons their daughter to protect her. Bo helps the daughter and discovers that a body jumper is responsible for the deaths. Bo confronts it as Dyson and Cleo find her. Bo then learns that the body jumper was an Elemental who was in love but was never married to her love before they were both killed. Bo and Dyson complete a ceremony for them and the curse is lifted from the family. Afterwards, Cleo takes Bo hostage, intending to take her to Vex for a reward, but Bo overcomes her and leaves with Dyson. The Morrigan returns and makes contact with Massimo to regrow an eye she is missing. While doing so, there is a hint that Massimo is human and had been involved with The Morrigan in the past. The Morrigan also learns that Massimo and Tamsin removed Bo as a threat which emboldens her to action. Lauren and Crystal continue their relationship, Lauren spending time with Crystal in her home, sharing secrets in a drunken stupor until they spend the night together in bed. Someone then calls the diner looking for Lauren and she runs. While hitchhiking, Lauren is then picked up by Crystal and is then kidnapped as Bo and Dyson drive past, unaware that Lauren is there.

Episode 4: Turn to Stone

  • Directed By: Paolo Barzman
  • Written By: Michael Grassi
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 1, 2013

Bo has returned, but is in hiding at the urging of Dyson who warns her that she is a target of the Una Mens. In spite of his warning, Bo visits the Dal Riata with Kenzi and when they return home find that all of their things have been stolen. Tamsin has aged and has returned to her previous self, but her memories are still unclear save that she knows she is Dark Fae. Lauren and Crystal are imprisoned together, by whom is not known, but they are aware of who Lauren is. Lauren reveals that she killed 11 people when she and her brother blew up a pipeline, Lauren hiding and running ever since. Lauren discovers that they are being held for unknown reasons but who is not revealed. Kenzi reveals to Bo her involvement with Massimo which draws Bo to meeting Massimo and in order to repay the debt Kenzi owes must obtain a herb from Lauren’s apartment. While there, Bo discovers the file with Lauren’s real name and background but they find themselves trapped there by a energy barrier. After Kenzi escapes and returns to free Bo, Kenzi breaks down and tell Bo about everything that is going on with her life, including all of the things she has been hiding from Bo. Bo is shocked by this saying that she believed that Kenzi was the only one who never lied to her. Massimo diverts Bo and Kenzi away from his real plan which was to get close to Tasmin and take all of her hair but fails to do so when Bo intervenes. It is revealed that Tamsin has been reborn into her last life. Massimo kills himself when he attempts to retrieve some of Tamsin’s hair which Bo threw into a furnace. Dyson makes a promise to Kenzi to show her a way to be part of the Fae. Bo goes to confront the Una Mens after they sent a gargoyle to attack her. In doing so, Bo is told that her blood has chosen which side she is. Bo claims that she is unaligned, but the Una Mens tell Bo that she is Dark Fae.

Episode 5: Let the Dark Times Roll

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Jeremy Boxen
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 8, 2013

Bo is told she must fall in line with the Dark Fae or the Una Mens will kill her. As well they tell Bo that they will find Lauren and Kenzi and they will die as well being enemies of the Fae. Bo goes to confront Vex, assuming he is responsible, but finds The Morrigan back in control of the Dark Fae. The Morrigan reunites Bo and Lauren at a Dark Fae party, but then enlists them to find Vex and bring him to her. At the same party, Bruce appears and meets up with Kenzi and Tamsin who free Bruce from being under punishment from The Morrigan when Tamsin goes up against another Fae in a dance-off to the death and wins. Vex is found by Bo and tells her about how all of the Mesmers were killed including his own family, intending to cut off his own hand to be able to escape the Una Mens’ punishment. Bo cannot stop Vex from doing so, but learns from him that he is not the cause of her being Dark Fae. Lauren reveals that she has joined the Dark because of the Light Fae not helping her. Bo is unable prove that she did not sign an agreement to be Dark Fae and is forced to align herself to the Dark Fae. It is revealed that Bo signed a document with someone named Rainer as her co-signer who it appears is The Wanderer from all indications. Trick is summoned to the Una Mens who ask about his past and judge him, also revealing some of the Blood King’s past and how the Una Mens came to be. In the end they choose Trick to be the new Acting Ash.

Episode 6: Of All the Gin Joints

  • Directed By: Mairzee Almas
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 15, 2013

Bo and Kenzi are at the Dal Raita when a female Fae named Ianka rushes in claiming that Bo told her to find her. Ianka sings for Bo and she has a glimpse of her lost memories, but in order to gain more Bo must give Ianka her freedom from the Fae that is holding her and gains that Fae’s permission for Ianka to sing for an audience, rather than that Fae alone. Ianka sings an aria which reveals more of what happened to Bo, but is interrupted when Ianka is held by an attacker who demands she be given to him. It appears he is in love with Ianka, but this turns out to be a lie and in fact he wishes Ianka to sing a death note to kill a species of Fae his kind is at war with. Ianka does sing but kills him instead before dying as well. Hale and Kenzi finally express to each other how they feel about each other and share a moment, but it appears that Hale was injured when Ianka sung her death note. Lauren prepares to leave the Light but The Morrigan meets with her at her apartment and they have a conversation about what Lauren is willing to do and the agreement she wants with the Dark Fae among other subjects. Lauren eventually is given access to the Dark Fae medical laboratories. Lauren also takes a sample of The Morrigan’s DNA for unknown purposes. Dyson returns to tell Bo that Lauren has switched to the Dark Fae and Bo tells Dyson that she has been forced to join the Dark as well. Trick warns Bo and Dyson that they cannot be together as Light and Dark are forbidden to do so. Bo and Dyson are then found together by the Una Mens who proclaim that Dyson has broken the laws and move to attack him as the episode ends.

Episode 7: La Fae Époque

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Michael Grassi
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 22, 2013

Dyson is accused of murdering Fae and humans in the far distant past and will be executed for his crimes by the Una Mens. Hale tries to defend Dyson against the charges but the Una Mens refuse to listen. Kenzi is also there and she is taken by the Una Mens to be killed alongside Dyson. Cassie the oracle returns and helps Bo to enter Dyson’s past where she finds herself in Dyson’s body as he lives that part of his life in 1800s Paris. While doing so, Bo encounters Trick in the past and learns of a pair of shoes, described as “hellshoes” or Helskór which when worn by the right person will bring the end of days. Dyson has an accomplice wear the shoes and she goes on a killing spree which Dyson was blamed for. She was then killed and Dyson was framed for the crime, but was rescued by Trick who was seeking a second to accompany him to the new world. In order to save Kenzi, Dyson offers to give the Una Mens the Helskór but Bo returns from Dyson’s memories and takes possession of the shoes before the Una Mens can do so. Bo then proves the Una Mens were guilty of murder, not Dyson and offers them one of the shoes in order to free both Dyson and Kenzi. In the end, Bo is reunited with all of her friends and comes to the decision that they must find the other missing shoe and then confront The Wanderer.

Episode 8: Groundhog Fae

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Emily Andras & Sam Ruano
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: December 29, 2013

Bo and her friends have gathered for Yule, but something odd happens and Bo finds herself repeating the same moments over and over again. Eventually she finds that Tamsin and Hale are also stuck in the loop and this was caused by Krampus, a Fae that feeds on regret, that has trapped them all and is forcing them to repeat the evening over and over again. Tamsin confesses her regret to Bo that she was the one that found Bo for the The Wanderer, but Bo forgives her. Tamsin also suggests that The Wanderer is looking for his perfect mate and that he may have had a hand in Bo’s birth to make that happen. Hale confesses his regret to Kenzi that he wanted to make their first intimate moment together perfect and Kenzi tells him that it would never be perfect and it doesn’t matter to her. Bo is trapped by Krampus and she confesses all of her true fears, all of the things that she is scared of, including that she is frightened of what The Wanderer may force her to become and in doing so frees herself and everyone else from Krampus finally. Lauren discovers a case addressed to Bo in Bo’s handwriting in the Dark Fae storeroom and has opened it, revealing the contents to Dyson, but they cannot agree to give the case to Bo and they put their arguments to Vex to settle the question. The question is not answered, but Lauren reattaches Vex’s hand. Kenzi gives Bo the case and when Bo opens it, she finds it is a container of the black smoke that had been used before by The Wanderer to bring her to him.

Episode 9: Destiny's Child

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Steve Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 12, 2014

Bo opens the container of black smoke and a being named Huginn emerges who claims he can bring Bo back to the Death Train. Bo makes a deal and leaves with him to find his ex-wife and brother to seek revenge on them, but this turns out to be a lie and Bo is forced to escape to Hell. While there, Bo is forced to play a game of riddles with Leviathan in order to win her freedom, but is told that someone she loves will die soon. Bo returns to face Huginn and his brother and with the help of Dyson and Lauren, forces them to take her back to the Death Train. Trick goes to seek help to recover what he believes are important memories and in doing so reveals that he is responsible for many deaths over his life and that he also was responsible for writing Rainer, also known as The Wanderer, out of history and in doing so, created everything that is happening in the current time. Kenzi demands answers from Trick but when he refuses, she searches Trick’s lair with Tamsin and finds Trick’s book of blood and uses some of Trick’s blood to be able to read it. Tamsin has a vision of her past where it is revealed that Trick used Tamsin in order to remove Rainer from history, making him wander outside of time for eternity. Bo returns to the Death Train and confronts a man there who appears to be The Wanderer, the two fighting a short time before Bo seems to fall to his control. Bo then returns to her friends, and with Rainer at her side, claims that he is not her enemy or her father, but rather is her destiny.

Episode 10: Waves

  • Directed By: Julien Christian Lutz
  • Written By: Michael Grassi
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 19, 2014

Bo has isolated herself from all of her friends and is with Rainer. Bo has a series of flashbacks of when she arrived on the Death Train and what happened while she was there. When Rainer and Bo met, they were at odds with one another. Rainer explained he was cursed because he attempted to end the divisions between Light and Dark Fae, but could not remember the circumstances. Bo found herself attracted to him and becomes intimate with him to the point where she agreed to help Rainer escape his curse, including setting all of the clues that Bo found to return to him. Kenzi in the meantime enlists Lauren and Dyson’s help to investigate a company when a Fae loses her legs there to unknown forces and hires them to solve the mystery. They discover that the company is run by a merman who appears to be threatened by his sister. In fact, the Fae that lost her legs is another of the merman’s sisters and they have found a means to walk on land that they did not share with the other sister. When Kenzi and Dyson are threatened, Lauren saves them. Bo and Rainer confront the Una Mens and state they intend to oppose them. The Una Mens in response intend to kill all of Bo’s family and friends, leaving her and Rainer to be killed last. Rainer and Bo combine their abilities and battle the Una Mens managing to kill them all. Trick approaches Bo this occurs asking her not to kill the Una Mens because all of their powers will be placed in the seed that Trick had possessed, but has since been stolen from him. The seed is then seen elsewhere in the possession of persons unknown.

Episode 11: End of a Line

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Steve Cochrane
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: January 26, 2014

Bo is attacked by a zombie and with Dyson, Tamsin and Acadia, goes to find who was responsible for the attack. They discover that Massimo did not die having survived due to possessing the Twig of Zamora. Kenzi is visited by her mother and cousin who Hale contacted. Her mother attempts to reconcile with Kenzi, and then when Hale proposes to Kenzi, they ruin the moment for Kenzi and Hale. In spite of this, Kenzi decides to accept Hale’s proposal. Before Kenzi can do so, Massimo attacks Kenzi and Hale, delivering a fatal blow to Hale. Kenzi offers her life to save Hale, but Bo refuses because doing so would kill Kenzi. Bo attempts to explain to Dyson about Rainer, but fails to do so and their relationship falls apart. In the aftermath, Tasmin makes a move on Dyson. Vex visits Trick and it is revealed that Vex was responsible for the seed that Trick possessed being stolen. Rainer, as his curse has been lifted, is being rewritten into history and when Tamsin sees an image of him, tells Bo that Rainer was not the one that hired her to find Bo.

Episode 12: Origin

  • Directed By: Steve DiMarco
  • Written By: Alexandra Zarowny
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: February 9, 2014

Hale is buried, his friends grieving for him. Kenzi is unconsolable and demands that Massimo die. Massimo is confronted and claims that Rainer will die in seven days according to prophecy which staves off his death as Bo and the others look for answers, but Kenzi sees this as another breaking of a promise to her. Kenzi asks Vex to help her kill Massimo but Vex turns the tables on Kenzi and releases Massimo because of a Blood Oath that Vex swore. A knight appears, swearing allegiance to Bo, calling her their Queen and when Rainer appears, calls him King. Bo and Rainer along with Tamsin become aware of the prophecy that is approaching. Bo and Rainer must join forces for Rainer to live. Lauren tries to show Bo what she believes is the truth about Rainer, but Bo rejects her and in doing so, Lauren and Bo end their relationship which seemingly drives Lauren into The Morrigan’s arms. Lauren then turns The Morrigan human by using a sample she took of The Morrigan earlier. Bo, Rainer and the knight attempt to stop the prophecy and in trying to do so discover that they must marry. They do so, but it is revealed the knight had lied and in doing so The Priapus is released. Kenzi confronts Bo and demands that Bo release her claim and Bo does so, Kenzi leaving soon afterwards. Massimo captures Lauren and then eats the Origin Seed, but the effects of doing so are not revealed.

Episode 13: Dark Horse

  • Directed By: Ron Murphy
  • Written By: Emily Andras
  • Canadian Viewers: Not Released
  • Original Air Date: February 16, 2014

Massimo holds Lauren hostage and decides that the only way to make The Morrigan happy is to bring her Bo’s head. Massimo attacks Bo and kills Rainer in the attempt. Kenzi and Dyson find the Morrigan and she reveals that Massimo is, in fact, her son. Bo discovers that she is being transformed by her father into The Dark Queen and when she arrives at the portal where her father will appear she begins to change, but Dyson saves her. Bo asks Dyson to stop the coming armies of her father while she rescues Lauren from Massimo, Trick and Tamsin helping him to slow the tide. Bo tricks Massimo into taking the Chi from The Morrigan and then kills him, freeing Lauren. Kenzi figures out the prophecy to close the portal and to do so, she must sacrifice herself and does so. Tamsin claims Kenzi’s soul and takes it to Valhalla with Rainer’s. Afterwards, Tamsin warns Dyson not to allow Bo to find the second Hel shoe and Bo visits Kenzi’s grave and promises, somehow, to bring Kenzi back.

Season 5: 2014-2015

On February 27th, 2014, Showcase announced that the show had been renewed for a fifth season, set to begin production in Spring 2014 and air Fall 2014. Thirteen episodes were green lit at the time of the announcement.[48] On August 25, 2014, it was announced that the fifth season of Lost Girl would be the series finale and it had been extended to sixteen episodes with a hiatus between two eight episode half seasons.[49]

Episode 1: Like Hell, Part I

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