Steve Cochrane pens this week episode of Lost Girl, as the Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried) and the elemental Clio (Mia Kirshner) continue their search for Bo (Anna Silk). Though by episode’s end it looks like they’ve become enemies because of Clio’s allegiances…
There seems to be lots of trouble piling up for Bo this season!
Bo, meanwhile, after he leap from the Death Train, ends up at a nailed up, solitary house in the country, just as the Jenkins family show up. Ian (Lochlyn Munro), Kathy (Katherine Ashby) and their daughter Julia (Chloe Rose) travel to this house once a year, as they fear they have been cursed and haunted by a ghost.
Bo quickly figures out, she believes it’s a body jumper. But it seems the Jenkins may be a little more correct than Bo, as the truth is revealed, and the episode’s title comes into play. Not just for Bo and Lauren (Zoie Palmer), but also the forces at work on the Jenkins family.
At the greasy spoon, Lauren deals with Crystal’s (Ali Liebert) advances. And, in all honesty, I quite like their relationship, it’s fun to see Lauren happy, even if it’s temporary, as we learn by episode’s end. Though perhaps Crystal is doing what she’s doing under duress. (I certainly hope so, because I hope Crystal gets to stick around for a while!)
And oh dear, trouble is back in town as the Morrigan (Emmanuelle Vaugier) returns!!
The team is slowly coming back together, I’m willing to bet Lauren and Crystal are caught up in what no doubt will be directly tied in with the big bad of the season.
I’m eager to see Bo back at home, with Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) at her side. Still once that happens, you know there will be problems, not only from The Morrigan, but Vex (Paul Amos) as well… The Una Mens… and the big trouble coming down the road right at them.
I was quite happy to see Chloe Rose show up in this episode, as well as Ryan Tilley.
It seems Lost Girl has nicely established itself, and while it is still setting up the fourth season’s major arc it’s nice to have my friends back on the small screen. I’m looking forward to see where the creative team takes the series this year. I hope it pushes boundaries, takes chances, and makes us question the light and the dark fae, as well as challenge our favorite characters.
I love the surreal nature of the train, and everything associated with it. We know whoever is in charge of it is going to be incredibly angry that she got away.
The mythology continues to expand as pieces are still being returned to the board.
What do you hope to see happen this season?
Lost Girl airs Sunday nights on Showcase!