Lost Girl

Season 3 Episode 1

Caged Fae

26
Aired Monday 10:00 PM Jan 06, 2013 on Showcase
8.3
out of 10
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65 votes
12

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Episode Summary

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With the death of the last Ash, the new acting Ash uses Bo to prove himself worthy of becoming the next Ash. Going undercover means breaking Fae and human law and ending up in an inmate in a prison run by Amazon women. Can Bo and Lauren find out what is turning honorable warriors before it is too late for all of them?

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • ugh i want more

    3.0
    how do I see season 3 all of it and see seaon 4 cause I can only get season 1 and 2 on net fix

  • Utterly AMAZING! (No pun intended)

    10
    This episode blew my mind right out of the water! I mean, words cannot express the gratitude I felt with ever fiber of my being with joy from how brilliant this was to the essence of the core. The characters were astonishing to say the least and the riveting story and costumes made me think back to that episode where the Ash was being sneaky. Kenzi's quick wip jokes made everything in my world feel warm and safe because of how comedic it truly was. Bo's kind heart makes me feel like a superhero, as if I were right next to her side fighting old vampires & such. I highly suggest this episode, especially if you are a fan of R. Kelly.moreless
  • Lost girl

    10
    Good if I could actually watch it score 1
  • Not the best way to start the season

    7.0
    This was definitely not anywhere near the top of the list in good episodes of Lost Girl. It reminded me somewhat of the soft porn Hot Chicks In Chains type movies. The warden was most definitely a caricature of what you would expect in such a movie. While Lost Girl definitely titillates with the women this was just far too off base from the norm for the show. Now the primary plot line of the Amazons birthing new Amazons wasn't too bad but still, the girlie prison didn't cut it too well. I have really enjoyed the show when there is a good plot and involvement from the other primary characters so I am betting this episode is anomaly and good episodes will follow. And finally the ending makes you wonder what will become of the Bo/Kenzi/Lauren relationship.moreless
  • Interesting

    7.0
    I'm a little disappointed, I'm a Dyson fan, and I would of love to seen the sparkles fly again for them. I like the episode as a whole, not sure about the New Ash, that was a little confusing, how was he choosen, did I miss something from season 2 finale? I
Sarain Boylan

Sarain Boylan

Warden

Guest Star

Tommie-Amber Pirie

Tommie-Amber Pirie

Sylvie

Guest Star

Angela Besharah

Angela Besharah

Jobina

Guest Star

Richard Howland

Richard Howland

Fitzpatrick "Trick" McCorrigan

Recurring Role

K.C. Collins

K.C. Collins

William Haley François "Hale" Santiago

Recurring Role

Paul Amos

Paul Amos

Vex

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (1)

    • Kenzi: Your stupid ass plan means my best friend's tits deep in enemy territory with nobody to protect her except... Lauren.
      Hale: Dr. Lewis is smart and resourceful.
      Kenzi: Oh, yeah? When shit gets real, what is she gonna do? Science people to death?

  • NOTES (2)

    • This episode aired Thursday January 10 2012 in Australia and in Canada it aired on January 7th 2012.

    • Music: You Don't Own The Road (The Kills), Poptimist (Metro Electro), Dyin' Today (Sunparlour Players, Jack Walsh/Winnie Hayes (Pint of Blarney Traditional), The Crossing (Courtesy of APM Music, LLC), Jailbait (Stink Mitt), Traveller's Rest (Courtesy of APM Music, LLC)

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