Dyson may have terrible taste in bros, but Bo is the kind of friend he's always needed.
As Season 2 progresses, it's becoming more and more apparent that the strength and originality of Kenzi's character is the best part of Lost Girl.
ANOTHER FAE, ANOTHER DAY
The verdict is in: Being a Fae is pretty terrible, not just because they're such a brutal species, but also because their elections are ridiculous.
WHEN THE ASH IS AWAY, THE EVIL FAE WILL PLAY
Season 2 got off to a better start than we expected, and with the Ash out of commission, all sorts of evil sprites are coming out of the woodwork.
TOO MANY TWISTS MAKE US SHOUT
The Season 1 finale suffered from too many surprises that muddied the impact of the resolutions we'd been waiting for most.
Suspicious murders at an upper-class country club full of sex addicts is fine plot fodder, but the most captivating part of "(Dis)Members Only" was Kenzi's old con artist nickname.
EYE FOR AN EYE, GUY FOR A GUY
Tensions brimmed in last night's episode: As Bo and her team attempted to save Dyson from an unjust fate, we learned just how much he's hiding.
BETTER THAN SEX-ED
After half-a-season's worth of learning about Succubusation one teensy bit at a time, we finally hit the mother lode this week when Bo met a fellow Succubus.
In "Fae Day," after a Banshee warned that death was imminent for a young Fae, Bo and Dyson attempted to ward off fate.
JUST FOR LAUGHS
Now that we've looked at how some of 2012's new shows are faring in the latest installment of the TV.com 4-Episode Test™, we've also decided to revisit the new comedies that debuted in the fall.
THE HUNT FOR BO'S MOM IS ON
Bo's efforts to seek out more information on her mother moved her one step forward and three steps back.
BO COULD USE SOME SPIDEY SENSE
"ArachnoFaebia" and its demon spider gave us some insight into the Ash's hierarchy.
THIS SOUP TASTES LIKE FEET
It's becoming more and more self-evident that Lost Girl doesn't recognize its own strengths.
Frost giants and Hsien are cool and all, but we were really looking forward to that demon cat.
BRAVE NEW WORLD
There's so much great stuff going on in science-fiction literature right now, it would be a crime for TV networks not to try to cash in.