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Feb 27, Well, "Lost Girl," you totally ripped my heart out with "Dark Horse." Heck, I'd even say you stomped all over it with Kenzi-style stilettos. Kenzi is extremely protective of Bo and does not take kindly to anyone she Her relationships with Dyson and Lauren are friendly but more guarded, due to the .. Quotes. "Learn to enjoy your shit already. You can frickin' control people by. Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural drama television series that premiered on Showcase on . While Kenzi, Hale, and Dyson, are all living their lives, Bo is nowhere to be .. So, hidden in amongst all the romance and cleavage and threesomes, the Lost Girl Bo and Kenzi relationship is my own little love poem to all the.

One of the dynamics I enjoy exploring most in Lost Girl is just that of female friendship. I get a little tired of the portrayals of shallow, catty, competitive girlfriends, the type who ditch one another when anything with a functioning penis walks in the room. I love that about them, and that platonic loyalty was very important for me to protect throughout the development process: Fans may have noticed that Kenzi clarified her hetero orientation at the end of ep — pretty much the only time someone has addressed their orientation directly on our show.

I was determined to protect their platonic-yet-epic BFF-ness, so I made sure it was written in as canon. Partly, this was to debunk the gay-panic cliche that bisexual people sexualize everyone, and are incapable of platonic friendship.

But there was another, simpler and more personal reason: I think friendship is the fifth element. So, hidden in amongst all the romance and cleavage and threesomes, the Lost Girl Bo and Kenzi relationship is my own little love poem to all the BFFs out there who do it right. In the fifth season, Bo told Lauren that she wanted them to be together again and Lauren accepted.

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She's seeking out the help of Kenzi, PI. I nearly choked when Kenzi calls Aoife the one who "made Ash that talks like Batman go boom," referring to Aoife's attack on the Light Fae at the end of Season 1. Back to the case at hand: Aoife thinks she had a daughter at some point and wants to hire Kenzi to help find the girl. What kind of crazy parallel universe is this taking place in?

Their conversation moves to a diner, and it's established that the last time Dyson saw Aoife was at Taft's lab of Fae horrors.

OK, so the whole Taft thing happened, but when Aoife shows Dyson and Kenzi a photo of Bo, there isn't an iota of recognition. Aoife then reveals a tattoo-like mark on her eyeball that proves there has been some Fae mind-wiping going down, and things are starting to make sense to me.

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Dyson mentions Tamsin, who's missing after their literal cliffhanger at the end of Season 3. Dyson reveals that he survived the car going over the cliff and into the water because he wolfed out, and he's trying to find Tamsin to figure out why she went all "Thelma and Louise. Aoife and Kenzi stay behind and Aoife offers to take care of the cheque, which is an interesting variation on the dine-n-dash -- using her Succubus powers on the waitress.

When Aoife is touching the unsuspecting server, Kenzi briefly sees Bo in Aoife's place. Kenzi heads over to see Trick at the Dal Riata, and in his room under the way station, he can tell that something is off with the universe. In their conversation, Trick says that the Una Mens have come to restore order because things in the Fae world have "gotten messy.

In some rather uncharacteristic words from Kenzi, she refers to Lauren as her only "human ally. Kenzi is asking Trick about Fae who have the power to remove memories, and he finds a Dr. Snook in his magical rolodex. He's a Fish Fae who works as an optometrist. Trick packs up some items.

Among them, we see the Tarot-style Wanderer card as it was in the Season 3 finale, with Bo at his side. I still have my ideas as to who Bo's papa is from my knowledge of mythological beings that have been referred to as "The Wanderer," but I'm not certain if we'll be learning any more about that any time soon.

Kenzi and Dyson head over to Dr Snook's office and force their way into Snook's examination room, where they see Snook removing the memory of a cheating husband from the mind of a designer-clad Real Housewife of Fae County. They ask Snook if he was the one responsible for removing Aoife's memories, and Snook tells them that Snook only takes away memories yes, Snook constantly and annoyingly refers to himself in the third personand doesn't restore them.

According to Snook, Kenzi and Dyson are also missing memories, and Snook isn't responsible. The mark in the eye is like a distinct signature that changes based on who is doing the erasing. Anyone else singing, "Memories As I suspected, this explains why they don't remember Bo!

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And the Fae responsible is someone far more skilled than Snook. Kenzi returns to Trick's and fills him in on the info from Snook. Trick tells Kenzi how they can get their memories back. There's a special compass that was lost off the coast of Madagascar, but someone has paid a lot of money to have it recovered -- Engelram, "The Collector.

Kenzi texts Dyson to try and score tickets to Engelram's soiree, and then tries to make a quick exit until Trick asks if she's forgetting something. Kenzi has fallen upon hard times and is trying to steal some knick-knacks from Trick to fence for cash. The photo of Bo comes out along with the items that Kenzi produces from her purse, and Trick has an uncontrollable shaking reaction to it.

He asks Kenzi to share everything she knows about her client. The Morrigan, has met her demise and our new Dark Fae leader is none other than Vex! Is there anything more delicious than his remark to a hapless seamstress: In another award-winning line from the episode, Vex refers to Dyson as "Marmaduke.

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Dyson demands Vex's tickets to Engelram's party and if Vex doesn't comply, Dyson is going to tell everyone that Evony is not really dead -- just imprisoned behind a wall in Vex's office. Dyson and Hale arrive at Engelram's ball, and revellers are dancing to music that brings snake charmers to mind. In a moment of exposition, Hale tells Dyson that every year at Engelram's ball, one lady is chosen to meet the "elusive Collector," who also happens to be a wish granter. At the loft, Kenzi is having a fashion emergency as she prepares for the ball, and actually calls Lauren, but doesn't get an answer.

Kenzi leaves a message for the Doc saying she wanted some advice on "colour blocking" and hopes that Lauren is safe. Sleazy, slimy Massimo the Druid shows up with a crossbow and Kenzi's secret weapon, the Spark Extract -- straight from the genitals of a Sprite -- that has been giving her the fake Fae powers. Kenzi had gone to Massimo and asked him to make her Fae but he tricked her.

She's also in his debt for previous sparkle juice orders, and he suggests that she can pay in other ways. I really hope that in a future episode that Kenzi makes him suffer.

Kenzi is fashionably late to the ball in the most va-va-va voom dress ever. Some other females have already attracted Engelram's attentions, but Kenzi thinks that she can still win. Kenzi grabs Hale and he's not the greatest dance partner, but Dyson comes to the rescue, leading to a sizzling, sexy dance threesome. Again, I have that icky Lannister feeling but I can't deny just how awesome Kenzi and Dyson look together.

I guess it takes three to tango in the world of the Fae! The dance garners the attention of Engelram and Kenzi heads off to The Collector's private chambers.

Engelram ends up being none other than much-hyped guest star George Takei, who is some type of Serpent Fae. Now that snake charmer-esque music really makes sense!

Back in the ballroom, Vex makes a grand entrance -- think Dr. He announces to the crowd that that the Una Mens are coming. Vex clears the room when he uses his Mesmer powers on an unsuspecting female.

Engelram makes his way toward Kenzi in his chambers and hisses that he is but a "humble gatherer of Fae memorabilia" to which Kenzi replies, "Slow your roll, Slytherin. Kenzi asks for the compass, and Engelram is surprised.