After a shaky start the new season has started to pick up, though episodes possibly require more suspension of belief than it used to.
HAVING CAKE/EATING IT TOO
When life gives you the choice between one thing or another, you usually can't answer, "Both, please!" And "neither" usually isn't an option either. In "The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire," both Fae and humans had difficulty with the concept.
THE DISAPPOINTMENT IS OUT THERE
"The First Contact Job" gave us a zany concept and some funny scenes, but not much else. With Leverage, I've really come to expect more than that.
THIS IS WHY WE CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS
Every couple on the show suffered some sort of relationship trouble this week.
MO' RYAN, BO PROBLEMS
This Bo and Ryan thing ain't headed anywhere good.
A FORMULA WITH A TWIST
The Show has a winning formula, but "The Blue Line Job" pushed it further.
YOU GOTTA RUB ME THE RIGHT WAY
After a full half-season of patiently waiting, the plot is finally starting to pay off.
A MONSTER MOVE
After half-a-season's worth of slow burn, the plot has finally showed up to say hello!
GETTING BACK TO BASICS
This season has different window dressing, but the core of the show is still the same.
STORY WOES AS EVERYONE GROWS
In "Can't See the Fae-Rest," story took a backseat to character growth... but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
ANOTHER (MOSTLY) FILLER EPISODE
When your most recent boyfriend can't love you—and your first boyfriend died because of you—reverting to your old runaway ways starts to look like a pretty great idea.
In an episode that was all about taking a break and having fun, which was your favorite body-swapped pair?
ALL FILLER, VERY LITTLE KILLER
Lost Girl needs to cut it out with the filler episodes and get to the good stuff already... but with that said, the zombie grave robbers of "Death Didn't Become Him" were pretty cool.
"Fae Gone Wild" was mostly filler and strippers, with no real substance. There's probably a dirty joke in there somewhere.
PANTS ON FIRE(S)
"It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away," just about every character played Bo like a violin.