List of Lost Girl episodes
Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series that premiered on Showcase on September 12, 2010. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta and is produced by Jay Firestone and Prodigy Pictures Inc., with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund (Canada Media Fund) – a not-for-profit partnership between the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry – and in association with Shaw Media. It follows the life of a bisexual Succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk, as she learns to control her supernatural abilities, help those in need, and discover the truth about her origins. Following good ratings and positive reviews, it was renewed for a second season on November 12, 2010 (two months after its premiere); a third season on December 9, 2011; and a fourth season on February 28, 2013.
In Australia, Lost Girl premiered on Sci Fi Australia on July 14, 2011. In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), it premiered on Syfy on September 1, 2011. In the United States, it premiered on Syfy on January 16, 2012, after Syfy purchased the rights to the first 26 episodes from Prodigy Pictures on May 18, 2011.
The total episode running time is 44:00 minutes, including opening credits and fade to black closing credits roll.
Episodes broadcast by Syfy in the United States are edited from their original 44:00 minutes to allow more time for commercial advertisements. Starting with Season Three, 00:30 seconds that would have otherwise been cut from the episodes for Syfy (U.S.) were spared by substituting the original opening credits with credits superimposed over the first scene of each episode.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||DVD release date|
|Season premiere||Season finale||Region 1||Region 2||Region 4|
|1||13||September 12, 2010||December 12, 2010||April 24, 2012* (Canada)
October 23, 2012 (US)
|February 25, 2013 (UK)||November 23, 2011|
|2||22||September 4, 2011||April 1, 2012||November 13, 2012||September 9, 2013 (UK)||September 19, 2013(Australia)|
|3||13||January 6, 2013||April 14, 2013||November 19, 2013||March 3, 2014(UK)||December 5, 2013(Australia)|
|4||13||November 10, 2013||N/A||N/A||N/A|
* released without DVD region-encoding
Season 1 (2010)
On November 16, 2008, Prodigy Pictures issued a press release that they had been commissioned by Canwest (Canwest Global Communications Corp.) to produce a pilot for Lost Girl, a drama about a young woman with supernatural powers. On August 13, 2009, Canwest announced that the Showcase television channel, a subsidiary of the main company, had given the green-light for a 13-episode, one-hour supernatural drama series named Lost Girl. On April 6, 2010, Prodigy Pictures reported that "principal photography is underway for 13 one-hour episodes of the new original Canadian fantasy-noir series, Lost Girl."
The series premiered in Australia on SF (formerly Sci Fi) on July 14, 2011. In the United Kingdom (UK and Ireland), the series premiered on Syfy on September 1, 2011. In the United States, the series premiered on Syfy on January 16, 2012.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Viewers *|
|1||1||"It's a Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World"||Erik Canuel||Michelle Lovretta||September 12, 2010|
|Bo is a young woman who has been living on the run for years, trying to figure out why she kills people (both men and women) when she kisses them. After leaving someone she kills out in the open, she is contacted by a group called The Fae. She discovers who and what she is, and is told to join one of two tribes, either the Light or the Dark. She refuses and chooses the side of humanity instead.|
|2||2||"Where There's a Will, There's a Fae"||Robert Lieberman||Peter Mohan||September 19, 2010|
|Bo agrees to help a will-o'-the-wisp find the person who stole his treasure in exchange for information on her birth-parents. More is revealed of the world of the Fae, including some species of Fae and their society. Bo also gains two allies in her search for her truths.|
|3||3||"Oh Kappa, My Kappa"||Paul Fox||Michelle Lovretta||September 26, 2010|
Bo and Kenzi open their own private investigation office. Their first job is to find a missing student at a local college. Kenzi goes undercover at a student at the college and Bo joins campus security to uncover what happened. Meanwhile, Bo and Dyson's relationship goes on the rocks and another species of Fae is revealed.Note: This episode was listed as "Sorority" in America.
|4||4||"Faetal Attraction"||Steve DiMarco||Jeremy Boxen||October 3, 2010|
|Bo tries to handle being rejected by Dyson with the help of Kenzi. Dyson tries the same with Hale's help as well. A fury and her husband meet Bo and the fury tries to hire Bo to kill a human. She refuses and all hell breaks loose.|
|5||5||"Dead Lucky"||John Fawcett||Emily Andras||October 17, 2010|
|Bo is hired by a Dark Fae named Mayer to find out how a human managed to win a bet with him. The reward for finding out is having an Oracle reveal something of Bo's past to her. Bo solves the mystery by finding out that a Fae that can jump between human corpses, called a Hsien, managed the deed. In the end, the answers Bo seeks are not given, but she does learn one thing. Her mother is alive, and coming for Bo.|
|6||6||"Food for Thought"||John Fawcett||Pamela Pinch||October 24, 2010|
|Bo and Kenzi follow Lauren as she tends to a sick Aswang, a type of Fae that is a carrion eater. Kenzi eats some soup that made the Aswang ill and becomes gravely ill as well. Bo and Lauren attempt to locate the source of the disease, a Basilisk, that is killing the pair before it is too late. Trick sells something precious to him for Kenzi's sake, and Dyson's relationship with Kenzi becomes stronger. Bo also finds that with Lauren's help she has more control over her powers and can feed without killing humans any longer.|
|7||7||"ArachnoFaebia"||John Fawcett||Emily Andras||October 31, 2010|
|Kenzi is running a scam in which she is cleansing homes of evil spirits. She does so in a home where a murder/suicide took place. In the process of doing so, she is bitten by a Djieiene, an Under Fae creature that is similar to a giant spider. Over the course of the episode, Bo and Hale are also bitten and the paranoia created makes them try to kill each other. The only hope for them to be saved is Lauren and Dyson who are running out of time.|
|8||8||"Vexed"||John Fawcett||Michelle Lovretta||November 7, 2010|
Bo gets a possible lead on her mother from a vampire. That lead takes her to an inmate on death row named Lou Ann, but it seems to be a false lead. The vampire is then found murdered, and Bo concludes that there is another Fae involved. She uses her Dark Fae contacts to find that the murderer is a Fae named Vex who is a kind of Fae called a Mesmer. She attempts to get help from the Light Fae and is refused. Lauren is forced to betray Bo by The Ash, and her relationship with Bo is damaged severely. Bo then attempts to get answers from and revenge on Vex, but he is more powerful than Bo expected.Note: "Vexed" is the original pilot shown to Showcase to obtain the green-light for the series.
|9||9||"Fae Day"||Steve DiMarco||Jeremy Boxen||November 14, 2010|
|The Fae are celebrating their holiest day called La Shoshain. In the middle of the partying at Trick's bar, a Banshee calls out the impending death of one of the people there. Bo becomes involved with solving a long held family fight from one of the Noble Fae families and Kenzi becomes romantically involved with the brother marked for death. Bo calls for a Agallamh which forces the two brothers of the family to attempt to reconcile their differences. Through the story we also learn about Fae history and that Trick is a being known as the Blood King who set out the rules of the Fae in the past.|
|10||10||"The Mourning After"||Paul Fox||Michelle Lovretta||November 21, 2010|
|Bo is hired to investigate the suicide of a woman by her sister. In the process of doing so, she encounters a Dark Fae succubus named Saskia. Saskia displaces Kenzi in Bo's life, and the new pair attempt to solve the mystery. Trick in the meantime is threatened with the loss of his bar, The Dal Riata, when a business associate arrives to claim an item from him which seems to have vanished. Kenzi agrees to help Trick locate the missing item by summoning a Lightning Bird for him. Bo comes to battle an Albaster, who is the natural enemy of the succubi as her investigation continues with deadly results and Bo making a decision about Saskia's involvement in her life.|
|11||11||"Faetal Justice"||Robert Lieberman||Peter Mohan||November 28, 2010|
|Dyson wakes up outside of a club with a recently deceased Dark Fae redcap named Ba'al beside him and blood all over his body. He obtains sanctuary from Trick, and discovers that he has no memories of what happened to him, and asks for help from Bo to find out why. In the meantime, The Morrigan blames Dyson for the death of Ba'al, an associate of her favorite Vex and looks for revenge on Dyson for this. Both The Morrigan and The Ash attempt to convince Dyson to give himself up but without success. Bo in the meantime searches at a Dark Fae owned club which Vex runs trying to solve the mystery. She discovers that there is more to the place than is on the surface and discovers the truth of what happened.|
|12||12||"(Dis)Members Only"||Steve DiMarco||Jeremy Boxen||December 5, 2010|
|A friend from Kenzi's past asks for her help in finding out what happened to a missing relative. To do so, Bo and Dyson pose as a married couple to investigate a country club while Kenzi works as an employee there. They discover that a Dark Fae, called a Land Wight, is responsible for the many disappearances there. Dyson demands that Trick tells Bo what they know or he will. Dyson and Bo come to an understanding about their relationship. But Saskia returns and tries to kill Dyson, however Bo saves Dyson at the last moment.|
|13||13||"Blood Lines"||Robert Lieberman||Michelle Lovretta||December 12, 2010|
|In the first season finale, Dyson and Trick finally tell Bo what they know about her past and Saskia is revealed to be Bo's mother. Saskia, now known by her true name Aife, begins a plan to cause a war between the Light and Dark Fae. To do so she attacks the Light Fae Elders and kills many of them. Bo, upset with her friends not telling her the truth, turns her back on them one by one except for Kenzi who tries to help Bo find a way to stop her mother from completing her plans. Lauren is tending to the critically injured, and gives Bo a means to find an amulet that will protect her from her mother's powers. Bo promises to make amends with Lauren after it is over and they share a kiss before Bo leaves. Trick makes a sacrifice to help Bo, and Dyson loses what is most important to him to the Norn to give Bo a chance to overcome her mother.|
* Canada ratings results.
Season 2 (2011–2012)
On November 12, 2010, Showcase renewed Lost Girl for a second season, announcing "record-breaking ratings" and the "number one scripted series for Adults 25-54 across all specialty channels" in Canada. On July 7, 2011, Showcase announced that the Season Two premiere would be on September 4, 2011, and that an additional nine episodes had been ordered to make the season a total of 22 episodes.
In the UK and Ireland, Season Two premiered on January 12, 2012. In Australia, Season Two premiered on February 23, 2012. In the United States, Season Two premiered on April 16, 2012; one week after the end of Season One.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Viewers *|
|14||1||"Something Wicked This Fae Comes"||Robert Lieberman||Michelle Lovretta||September 4, 2011||420,000|
|It is three weeks after Aife's attack. The Ash is close to death and Trick, with the help of Bo, Kenzi and Hale, is trying to keep things under control as the Dark Fae try to take advantage of the situation. Dyson returns after being missing since seeing the Norn, but his relationship with Bo suffers. A cursed group of Fae disguised as a travelling circus arrive and break the connection between The Ash and the land in order to claim it for themselves. A strange young Fae warns Bo that something old and evil is coming for her, but gives no specific information.|
|15||2||"I Fought the Fae (and the Fae Won)"||Steve DiMarco||Michelle Lovretta||September 11, 2011||358,000|
|A representative of the Fae council, the Blackthorn, declares that a new Ash must be elected. This involves candidates competing in a vote by the old families and then a Stag Hunt of a Light Fae prisoner named Sabine. Bo becomes involved when Sabine goes to her for help in finding her love and seeing him is her last wish. Bo then turns to the politics and rituals of the Stag Hunt. She discovers one of the candidates, Lachlan, is immune to her powers. Sabine is shot by Lachlan and he is crowned the new Ash. Bo attempts to mend her relationship with Dyson, but fails. Trick is confronted by the Blackthorn who seems to know that Trick is the Blood King.|
|16||3||"Scream a Little Dream"||George Mihalka||Jeremy Boxen||September 18, 2011||332,000|
|Bo is contacted by a Fae who works as a doorman in an apartment building, whose tenants are losing their minds. Kenzi hires a Brownie to clean Bo's home, but she takes him for granted against Trick's warnings. The new Ash comes between Lauren and Bo, forbidding them from seeing each other. Bo has nightmares that sap her strength, eventually discovering that her dreams and that of the humans are being fed on by a Mare. Bo discovers that the doorman is a Dark Fae called a Sandman, taking advantage of the chaos among the Light Fae and getting Bo involved in order to have the Mare feed on her. Bo refuses Lachlan's offer to work for him.|
|17||4||"Mirror, Mirror"||Steve DiMarco||Emily Andras||September 25, 2011||N/A|
|After a night of drinking an intoxicated Kenzi accidentally invokes the witch Baba Yaga to put a curse on Dyson and Bo. Kenzi tries to lift the curse by seeking out her aunt, a fortune teller, for help. Bo agrees to work for the Ash in return for getting help to save Kenzi. Bo enlists the help of a Water nymph and nearly drowns, but is revived by Dyson. Kenzi manages to defeat Baba Yaga by shoving her into her own oven, and breaks Baba Yaga's mirror into pieces, giving them to Baba Yaga's captives, allowing them all to escape. Kenzi promises to be more careful going forward and encourages Bo to keep fighting for Dyson and Lauren and for what makes her happy.|
|18||5||"BrotherFae of the Wolves"||Clark Johnson||Alexandra Zarowny||October 2, 2011||345,000|
|An old pack mate of Dyson, Cayden, arrives and asks for help in tracking down a stolen Mongolian death worm. Dyson, with Bo's help, discovers that it will be sold in an auction. Cayden's arrival triggers memories of Dyson's past including a long dead friend and his dead friend's mate, Ciara, and the events that lead to Dyson's leaving his pack. Bo wins the auction, but discovers the person running the auction was the partner of Cayden. Dyson and Cayden battle, but Cayden escapes and the worm is recovered along with Ciara, who was thought dead. Lauren escapes the Ash and takes sanctuary in Bo's home.|
|19||6||"It's Better to Burn Out Than Fae Away"||Gail Harvey||Steve Cochran||October 30, 2011||265,000|
|The Morrigan hires Bo to find an artist that has been painting murals of herself, Vex, and a vampire that Vex killed earlier in Season 1. Bo becomes involved in a power struggle between Vex and the Morrigan; she discovers that one of the Morrigan's assistants was attempting to kill them both. The Ash arrives at Bo's home and commands Lauren to return to him. When Bo returns, she and Lauren become intimate. The Morrigan gives Bo a means to free Lauren, but in doing so, Bo discovers that Lauren has a girlfriend. At the end of the episode, Lauren is seen talking to her girlfriend, who is encased in a pod-like capsule.|
|20||7||"Fae Gone Wild"||Lynne Stopkewich||Alexandra Zarowny||November 6, 2011||236,000|
|A group of strippers break out a cop killer from the police station. Bo investigates when a Fae identifies one of them as her daughter. Bo and Kenzi investigate a strip club and discover that all of the dancers there are Selkie, and are attempting to steal their pelts back from the owner of the club. Trick discovers that there is something happening with the Light and Dark Fae that is resulting in many deaths, but does not know why. Bo learns that Lauren's girlfriend Nadia has been in a coma for the past five years. Bo and Lauren discover what the Morrigan gave to Bo as the solution to save Nadia, but have no idea what it is.|
|21||8||"Death Didn't Become Him"||Steve DiMarco||Steve Cochrane||November 13, 2011||N/A|
|A friend of Trick's asks for his help when his deceased husband's body is stolen. Bo and Dyson investigate and discover that a Lich has taken the body and reanimated it. Bo and Lauren confront him, but he threatens to kill her unless she drains Lauren. Bo is shot by the Lich, who then prepares to eat Lauren. Bo comes back to life and takes the Chi from everyone save for Lauren. Bo speaks in a strange voice and declares that she can make everyone obey her, but then collapses and returns to normal. Before the Lich dies, he reveals Nadia has been cursed. Meanwhile, Hale and Kenzi deal with a teenage Fae who Hale has been placed in charge of looking after her on a night on the town.|
|22||9||"Original Skin"||Paul Fox||Emily Andras||November 20, 2011||285,000|
|Bo, Dyson, Kenzi, Hale, Trick, Ciara, and Lauren are drawn to the Dal. A Dark Fae hunter, who is tracking an escaped prisoner, traps all of them there. The prisoner contaminates the beer so he can move between bodies. The Nain Rouge appears to Bo when she is stuck in Limbo as a result. Bo is told that the Fae will come to an end and her destiny is to kill Trick. Bo returns from Limbo, and all of the people in the Dal switch bodies. The prisoner escapes in Lauren's body and attempts to kill the Ash. Dyson, in Kenzi's body, manages to stop him. Trick finds a way to return everyone back to their own bodies. Bo tells Trick that the Nain Rouge told her something terrible was coming and that she was called Isabeau in her vision.|
|23||10||"Raging Fae"||David Greene||Jeremy Boxen||November 27, 2011||223,000|
|Bo discovers an illegal fighting ring in which Fae battle Fae and one human that appears to be superpowered. Mel, the sister of the first person Bo killed, arrives in town seeking revenge. Bo's guilt eats away at her, affecting her investigation. Dyson takes the evidence of the underground fighting ring to the Ash, who refuses to do anything about it. It is revealed that the superpowered human's son is Fae and was accidentally drugging him. Bo talks to Mel to clear her conscience, but is forgiven via a cover story that Hale has told Mel. Bo reveals to Trick the vision from the Nain Rouge of her killing him.|
|24||11||"Can't See the Fae-Rest"||Gail Harvey||Shelley Scarrow||December 4, 2011||377,000|
|Dyson and Hale investigate a slew of human deaths, concluding that Fae must be involved. Bo and Kenzi go undercover with Ciara's help. A Fae called a Batibat, named Maganda, is discovered to be killing the men to collect items they own that were made from a tree that she was linked to. She is captured and the Fae trader that has been selling the items to the humans in the city is forced to return all of the items. Lauren is ordered by the Ash to discover why Light Fae are being killed. In return she asks for the Ash's help with Nadia, but he refuses her. When Lauren defies him, he imprisons her.|
|25||12||"Masks"||Lee Rose||Grant Rosenberg||December 11, 2011||N/A|
|Lauren learns that the old Ash cursed Nadia in order to have Lauren find a cure that he needed. The new Ash reveals which Shaman set the curse and Ash sends Bo to lift the curse, but states that Lauren can never know, as the act must be selfless in order to work. Bo saves the life of the Shaman and destroys the means for the Shaman to curse others. Meanwhile, Kenzi plans a surprise party and falls for an old childhood friend, Nate. At the party, Bo receives a bracelet from an unknown man. Believing the Ash cured Nadia, Lauren gratefully pledges her servitude to him once more.|
|26||13||"Barometz. Trick. Pressure."||Paolo Barzman||Steve Cochrane||December 18, 2011||308,000|
|Lauren and Nadia leave town to spend some time alone, with the Ash's permission. Having grown close, Nate asks Kenzi to leave town with him; Kenzi agrees. Trick intends to use the coming of the Blood Moon to see into the future. He sees his wife, who tells him that he made a mistake in ending the Great Fae War. Trick sees through the lie and faces the Evil One foretold by the Nain Rouge, the Garuda. Trick is attacked in the vision and is badly injured, along with Dyson and Hale. Bo confronts the Ash and discovers that the Ash has been testing her. The Ash then reveals to Bo that he is a Nāga and tells Bo about the Garuda. He asks Bo to be his "champion".|
|27||14||"Midnight Lamp"||David Winning||Jeremy Boxen||January 22, 2012||330,000|
|Kenzi has left town with Nate and the Ash asks Bo to locate a Djinn named Sadie (Lauren Holly) for him. Trick, Hale and Dyson have recovered from what happened in the previous episode, and Trick shares what he has learned. Dyson seeks out help from the Norn to help him love Ciara, but she refuses. Bo meets the unknown man from her party, Ryan, who is a Loki. With the help of Ryan, Dyson, and Hale, Bo manages to trick and capture Sadie. Bo sees The Ash and tells him she will not be his champion, but will work with him as a partner. Bo returns to Ryan and sleeps with him, after which he reveals that he is a Dark Fae.|
|28||15||"Table for Fae"||David Greene||Duana Taha||January 29, 2012||264,000|
|Ryan attempts to help Nate by striking a deal with the Morrigan, but it goes awry and Kenzi is forced to make a deal with the Morrigan to save Nate's life. Hale investigates a case in which backpackers are turning up years older and dying soon after. Trick suggests it is a Serket, and Bo discovers that there a medical clinic in the area where Dark Fae take youth from humans and give it to those that pay for it. Bo convinces the younger sister to rebel against the older and the scheme is ended. After hearing about Ryan's deal with the Morrigan, Bo intends to end things with him, but is persuaded not to.|
|29||16||"School's Out"||James Dunnison||Jay Firestone & Harris Goldberg||February 12, 2012||N/A|
|Bo continues to hide her relationship with Ryan, but feels conflicted over it. Dyson investigates a high school when a student collapses after speaking nonsense while reading an assignment. Dyson, Bo, and Kenzi go undercover as a counselor, teacher, and student, and discover that a Fae called an Akvan has kissed classmates and made them sick. The disease comes from the eggs of a Simurgh, which he unknowingly ingested. Lauren returns from her trip with Nadia but Nadia suspects that Lauren is keeping secrets from her. Bo again attempts to end things with Ryan but is convinced not to.|
|30||17||"The Girl Who Fae'd With Fire"||Brett Sullivan||Emily Andras||February 19, 2012||232,000|
|Hale asks Kenzi to be his pretend girlfriend at an upcoming event for the Noble Fae families. Kenzi agrees, but Nate becomes concerned that something is going on. Nadia confronts Bo about Lauren; Bo tells Nadia she has nothing to worry about. Hale's family rejects Kenzi and expresses disdain for anyone outside their family, especially humans. Bo discovers that the Fae families are being attacked by a Cherufe that the Noble Fae families have double-crossed. Bo stops the attack, and announces the coming of the Garuda to the families, but none of them are willing to help her. Meanwhile, Nadia's behavior grows increasingly violent and bizarre, worrying Lauren.|
|31||18||"Fae-nted Love"||Michael DeCarlo||Shelley Scarrow||March 4, 2012||N/A|
|An injured Bo feeds off of Ryan and accidentally turns him into her thrall by mixing their blood. Kenzi's friend Tryst returns and asks for help to find out why his grandmother has given everything she owns to a church. Bo and Kenzi investigate and discover the leader of the church is a Fae called an Addonc, who causes Bo to lose her memory. Bo, now not knowing she is a succubus, or who she is, meets Ryan and agrees to marry him. Kenzi and Trick find a cure and Bo regains her memories; Ryan and Bo finally end their relationship. Dyson leaves town after an interrogating a murder suspect. Bo confronts Trick about what he knows, wanting answers about her past.|
|32||19||"Truth and Consequences"||Lee Rose||Grant Rosenberg||March 11, 2012||N/A|
|The Ash tells Bo that one of the most powerful Fae, the Glaive, might be making an alliance with The Garuda and asks Bo to remove that threat. Hale brings Trick and The Ash together and they begin to share information. Kenzi meets with Trick and is told that Bo's love for Kenzi is a weakness. Kenzi tells Nate that they cannot be together any longer; she explains that her place is with Bo. Lauren tries to figure out what is wrong with Nadia, who attacks both her and Kenzi. Bo arrives and confronts Nadia, discovering that Nadia is possessed by The Garuda. When Nadia attacks Lauren, Bo is forced to kill Nadia.|
|33||20||"Lachlan's Gambit"||Steve DiMarco||Steve Cochrane||March 18, 2012||N/A|
|A gang of Berserkers, sent by The Garuda, attack Trick, but are repelled by Bo, Hale and Ciara. Dyson visits the Wolf Spirit and believes that by defeating the Garuda, his love will be restored. The Ash attempts to get Trick to write a new future with his blood, but is stopped by Dyson and Bo. The evening before the battle with the Garuda, Bo and Lauren spend the night together, as do Dyson and Ciara. The group faces off against the Garuda but lose badly, with Ciara being killed in battle. Distraught, Bo finally accepts her role as the Ash's champion.|
|34||21||"Into the Dark"||John Fawcett||Emily Andras||March 25, 2012||N/A|
|A wake is held for Ciara at the Dal Riata, Bo and her friends trying to cope. Bo confronts Trick who explains that he is Bo's grandfather, but doesn't know who Bo's father is. He also explains that Bo's blood has the power to enslave others; using that power may turn her to the dark side. The Nain Rouge appears and states that to defeat the Garuda, the Light and Dark Fae must be joined. Bo asks The Morrigan for Vex's help, but is refused. Kenzi physically threatens the Norn and is able to restore Dyson's love. After saving Vex from a gang called the Red Caps, Vex agrees to help Bo.|
|35||22||"Flesh and Blood"||Steve DiMarco||Alan McCullough||April 1, 2012||N/A|
|Trick gives Bo a vial of life essence to use in the event she feels herself slipping towards the dark side. He is kidnapped by the Garuda; it is revealed that Trick's wife tried to broker a peace during the Great Fae War, but was murdered. To save his own life, Trick wrote the Fae Laws. Lauren gives Bo the venom she has saved and Bo reveals her plan to enslave her friends with her blood in order to overpower the Garuda. The Garuda enters Trick's body; Bo uses the venom to kill the Garuda and Trick. Bo begins to slip into darkness, but uses the vial of life essence to revive Trick. Kenzi unbinds everyone from Bo to stop her from growing too strong. Despite the chance to be free from the Ash, Lauren decides to stay with Bo. Bo remains uncertain about the effects of the dark that is growing within her.|
* Canada ratings results.
Season 3 (2013)
In Australia, Season Three premiered on January 10, 2013. In the United States, Season Three premiered on January 14, 2013. In the UK and Ireland, Season Three premiered on April 23, 2013.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Viewers *|
|36||1||"Caged Fae"||Paolo Barzman||Emily Andras||January 6, 2013|
|It is three weeks after the defeat of The Garuda and Bo is out of control breaking many Fae laws and going on a rampage through the city. She is arrested by Dyson and sent to jail for her actions. However, this is a ruse to investigate the Fae prison that is run by Amazons and the warden running it with Lauren as backup as the prison doctor. Hale is revealed to be the new acting Ash. Vex attempts to convince Dyson to take him on in the place of Hale. Bo discovers that the warden is forcing other rare Fae to bear children against their will at a highly accelerated rate so she can sell them. Bo finds out that the warden is a man, and the Amazons attack him. Bo and Lauren decide to take a shot at having a relationship. They kiss as Kenzi and Dyson look on. At the end of the episode Bo attacks a man and takes his Chi, leaving him unconscious as she walks away with an evil smile.|
|37||2||"SubterrFaenean"||Steve DiMarco||Stephen Cochrane||January 13, 2013|
|Kenzi attends an art festival and witnesses a friend vanish. Kenzi asks Bo to help her and they discover a den of Alligator Fae led by a Fae named Atticus who appears to threaten to reveal the Fae to the human world. Dyson, with Hale's help, discovers that the Alligator Fae are threatened by a Pied Piper (Also referred to within the show as the Slender Man) who wants them killed to allow for his own political and economic gains. Bo's involvement leads to her bringing the Piper to Atticus and the two face off against each other. Lauren and Bo's relationship continues to grow. Bo experiences dreams of her attacking others. Trick contacts a Weaver to try and help Bo with her dreams. The Weaver does so and discovers an image of Bo in a monstrous form feeding. Dyson gets a new partner, Tamsin, who is Dark Fae. But the two are immediately at odds with each other and Tamsin accuses Bo of feeding on a Dark Fae and shows evidence to that effect.|
|38||3||"ConFaegion"||Paolo Barzman||James Thorpe||January 20, 2013|
|Bo recovers a Staff of Righteousness which had been stolen. Vex tries to make amends with the Morrigan but fails to do so. She plants a parasite on Vex which enters Bo, Dyson, and Tamsin changing their personalities and regressing them so their Fae powers no longer exist. Kenzi picks up the Staff to defend herself and cannot let go of it. The staff gives Kenzi Fae-like abilities, but Trick gives Kenzi a means to be free. Kenzi and Lauren come to odds over Bo, but manage to overcome this saving Bo and the others. Afterwards, Vex decides it is time to leave, and Hale confronts the Morrigan and warns her not to threaten the peace again.|
|39||4||"Fae-de To Black"||Ron Murphy||Alexandra Zarowny||January 27, 2013|
|Dyson asks Bo to go undercover as a therapist to investigate a rash of human suicides. Bo believes at first that a Suicide Fae working at the clinic is feeding on the victims, but after that Fae dies, Dyson goes undercover as a patient and falls victim to what is happening. It turns out that a Rakshasa in the form of a cat is responsible for the deaths. Bo being monogamous to Lauren is causing problems. Lauren is becoming weaker and Bo’s hunger is growing as she becomes unable to heal herself not having enough Chi to feed on until, after being injured severely, she is forced to feed from Dyson. Bo tells Lauren what happened, and Lauren tells Bo she can feed on others, but Bo cannot feed on Dyson. Kenzi tries to talk to the others about the rash she has and that it is getting worse, but no one listens and at the end of the episode she is pulled screaming by a force into darkness.|
|40||5||"Faes Wide Shut"||George Mihalka||Jeremy Boxen||February 10, 2013|
|Bo and Lauren attempt to find a way to satisfy Bo's needs which means looking for sexual partners at the Dal Riata. Kenzi's personality seems to change, becoming cold in how she deals with others and not acting like her normal self and she drives wedges between her friends lying to make them doubt each other. Dyson and Tamsin investigate a Fae murder and discover that Bo may be responsible as she was with that Fae previously. Bo investigates why humans are turning into puddles of goo after visiting an adult club that is owned by a Bacchus, They discover that a Manta, a huge octopus-like underFae is causing the deaths in connection with the Bacchus. Bo loses control, but Lauren manages to bring her back with some difficulty. Dyson decides to take the investigation of Bo further as the evidence seems to be pointing to her killing Fae and Lauren covering for Bo. Bo realizes that Kenzi isn't who she appears to be and demands to know where the real Kenzi is.|
|41||6||"The Kenzi Scale"||David Greene||Sandra Chwialkowska||February 17, 2013|
|The false Kenzi convinces the others to imprison Bo in the Dal Riata. It turns out that the real Kenzi is being held prisoner by a Kitsune who has taken over her life. She did so because the liquid that spilled on Kenzi when she attacked the Norn gave Kenzi the Kitsune’s powers. The Kitsune abducted Kenzi in order to recover her power and then made herself into a copy of Kenzi. Tamsin however uncovers the fake Kenzi and helps Bo to escape and then rescue the real Kenzi. The Kitsune attacks Dyson and he kills her which allows Lauren to also confirm the deception. Tamsin is told by the Morrigan to wake the Dark Fae who is in a coma so he can identify Bo as his attacker. Tamsin wakes the Fae who identifies Bo as his attacker but she does not give The Morrigan this information. Lauren discovers that something is changing Bo’s body and replacing it cell by cell. Trick reveals that Bo is facing The Dawning, which is the evolution of Fae. If Bo fails this test she will become an UnderFae instead.|
|42||7||"There's Bo Place Like Home"||Gail Harvey||Brendon Yorke||March 3, 2013|
|Trick trains Bo to face her first challenge but she fails. A Lode Star tells Bo that she must return home to her human parents and settle her past with them. Bo finds her father has passed away and her mother is suffering from dementia. Bo discovers that an UnderFae, called Lady Polly by the locals, is killing off those in her home town that had released it in the past as they return for a cherry festival. Bo collects the remainder of her high school friends together to trap the UnderFae with the help of Kenzi in a well ending the threat. Bo speaks with her mother, apologizes to her, forgives her and manages to come to terms with her past at last. Bo passes the first test and discovers there is much more to come and she confronts Kenzi asking her why she went to see The Norn.|
|43||8||"Fae-ge Against The Machine"||George Mihalka||Alexandra Zarowny||March 10, 2013|
|Bo accidentally activates a game that is part of her tests for The Dawning. Bo and Tamsin are forced into helping a Spriggan to find a missing Fae. As Bo is involved in that search, Trick is forced to play the game for Bo. Each choice Trick makes affects Bo at some point in her search. Bo and Tamsin go to Brazenwood, a place where outlaw Fae live and find the missing Fae who is a Squonk and free her. Lauren wins an award for her work and wants Bo to go with her, instead going out with a fellow scientist when Bo cannot do so. Bo passes her test and receives an invitation to attend The Dawning and Tamsin kisses Bo and has a disturbing revelation about Bo.|
|44||9||"Ceremony"||Lee Rose||James Thorpe||March 17, 2013|
|Bo’s Dawning arrives and she enters the Temple alongside Dyson with Lauren’s blessing. They enter a mirror of the world they know in search of a key to escape it. Dyson reveals that he does love Bo but will not interfere with her and Lauren’s happiness, content to wait for her. As the trial continues the world twists further and further, roles changing and altering from what Bo knows. Dyson realizes that he is the key to escape and forces Bo to kill him. They return to the real world and Bo changes as she did in Season Two when Lauren’s life was threatened pulling the Chi from everyone around her and uses it to revive Dyson. Bo passes the Dawning, but a new threat is hinted at still to come.|
|45||10||"Delinquents"||Gail Harvey||Michelle Lovretta||March 24, 2013|
|Bo, Kenzi and Dyson go undercover in a troubled youth camp to investigate a series of deaths and discover that a Tikbalang is killing them and stop it. However, it had a human mate who attacks Lauren in revenge, but Bo saves her. Tamsin is contacted by a bounty hunter friend, Acacia (Linda Hamilton), who informs her that someone Tamsin is working for wants her to bring Bo to him. Tamsin does not want to and resists until her friend is killed. Tamsin plants doubt in Lauren about Bo and as a result of this and the attack on her, Lauren tells Bo that they need a break in their relationship. Bo understands this and walks away sadly. As all of this unfolds, Tamsin prepares to capture Bo and take her to the one that wants Bo.|
|46||11||"Adventures In Fae-bysitting"||Lee Rose||Sandra Chwialkowska||March 31, 2013|
|Bo is approached by a babysitter who claims that something happened to her employer. Dyson is approached by a Fae who lost contact with her twin sister and believes something happened. Bo discovers the babysitter is a duppy, and a coven of witches have taken control of her. Bo stops them with some mysterious help, and then, at the behest of the babysitter, kills her so she cannot be used again. Tamsin and Dyson go over the kills that were assumed to be Bo’s and find someone is killing mass numbers of Fae, but do not know who. Lauren is offered a job, but after her past is investigated, it appears that she is a fugitive from the law. She decides to make a break with the Fae and leaves, severing her connections with them completely.|
|47||12||"Hail, Hale"||Steve DiMarco||Stephen Cochrane||April 7, 2013|
|Hale’s inauguration arrives but Dyson is kidnapped by a group of humans. This allows The Morrigan to discredit Hale because the label on a vial of poison has Lauren's name on it, implicating Lauren in the attack, and she is missing. Through this The Morrigan forces a vote against Hale's leadership and declares that all humans held by the Fae, or connected with the Fae, are terrorists. As a result, Kenzi is arrested and sentenced to death. Lauren realizes she has been deceived by Dr. Taft who has harbored a plan against the Fae for 40 years, which reveals that he is the one who has been hunting Fae and experimenting on them. Lauren is imprisoned in a cell next to Dyson and they discover that Aife is also being held prisoner, but she has become mentally unbalanced. Trick is kidnapped by unknown persons, while Tamsin is shot as she and Bo find the compound where they traced calls from Lauren's cellphone to.|
|48||13||"Those Who Wander"||Ron Murphy||Emily Andras||April 14, 2013||269,000|
|Kenzi is held by the Morrigan but escapes with Bruce, the henchman, and goes in search of the Druid to become Fae so that she can help Bo. Dr. Isaac Taft is going to use Dyson’s stem cells to turn himself into Wolf Fae and Lauren agrees to perform the transplant if he lets Bo go, unharmed. Bo is put in a cell with Tamsin where she sees Aife who gives hints about Bo's father. Bo and Tamsin subdue Taft's guards and free the imprisoned Faes. Lauren is seen thrusting a large syringe into Dyson with Taft lying on an operating table nearby. Lauren is not seen again. Aife jumps in front of Bo to protect her and is stabbed by Taft. Bo is forced to leave her behind with the Cabbit that Lauren had been locked in a cell with. Taft runs into the woods, Dyson catches up with him and tells him Lauren had not injected his stem cells into him but had instead made him a human/cabbit hybrid; revealing Lauren had sabotaged Taft by covertly injecting him with stem cells from the Cabbit Fae. Dyson shapeshifts into wolf, kills and eats Taft. Hale rescues Trick and he leaves with Stella for Scotland as Vex takes out the Morrigan for Hale. Bo and Tamsin battle when the spell of the potion in the Rune Glass doesn't work as Tamsin expected, but Tamsin ends by siding with Bo. Bo leaves for the Dal and Tamsin goes to get Dyson and when she tries to drive her truck into the Wanderer when he appears in the middle of the road, they are each engulfed by smoke before the truck flies over the edge. Bo is at the tavern, the Wanderer card falls from above, explosions happen, she is slowly consumed by smoke, and the Wanderer – possibly her father – spirits her away to a place unknown. The card now has two figures on it: the Wanderer and Bo.|
* Canada ratings results.
Season 4 (2013)
In the United States, Syfy announced on the same date the renewal for a fourth season to begin in 2014. The January 13, 2014, Syfy premiere of Season Four was announced on November 22, 2013, with the show's Monday broadcast schedule changed from 10 p.m. to 8 p.m.
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Viewers *|
|49||1||"In Memoriam"||Paolo Barzman||Emily Andras||November 10, 2013|
|A case of stolen memory hits close to home in the Season 4 opener. At the same time, the new Morrigan intends on putting some past events permanently out of mind. Kenzi and Dyson are at the clubhouse and the two of them flirt and then kiss. When Kenzi and Dyson take on Aife (who they do not remember)'s case of her stolen memory, they soon learn that they too have had their memories stolen. They attend a dark fae ball to gain a compass that will regain their memories, and Kenzi dances a tango with both Hale and Dyson in order to attract a powerful fae's attention. She gains the compass and the gang's memories are restored, leaving them with full knowledge of Bo and her disappearence. Meanwhile, Bo wakes up on a strange train, unaware of where she is.|
|50||2||"Sleeping Beauty School"||Steve DiMarco||Alexandra Zarowny||November 17, 2013|
|After remembering Bo, Dyson revisits the crash site and finds a small girl who is Tamsin reincarnated. She has no memories of what happened, but Dyson and Trick leave her under Kenzi's watch in case she remembers something useful. Meanwhile, Dyson and Hale track down an elemental fae who may be able to find Bo. Tamsin however, finds the tarot card in a box of Trick's things that turns out to be a train ticket to the train Bo is on. Dyson takes the ticket and attempts to board the train, which is a death train, with the help of the elemental. During this, Hale confesses his feelings to Kenzi, who admits she feels the same way and the two passionately kiss. The scene ends with Bo finally escaping the train, unaware that Dyson is trying to find her.|
|51||3||"Lovers. Apart."||Andy Mikita||Steve Cochrane||November 24, 2013|
|After jumping off the train Bo finds herself back on earth where she discovers a house in the woods. At first, it seems like the father is abusive and Bo tried to help the daughter escape, but it becomes quickly apparent that the family is being haunted by a “body jumper” fae. Bo is too late to figure it out and the daughter is possessed. Soon, Dyson and the elemental come to help and in a combined effort they bring peace to the unrestful soul. In exchange for Bo’s help, the body jumper tells her of the elemental fae’s treachery and she and Dyson are ready when her betrayal surfaces. At the same time, as things start heating up between Lauren and her fellow waitress, she discovers that she is no longer safe and needs to leave town right away. Everything seems to go smoothly until a final plot twist where the waitress betrays Lauren by bringing her attacker to her.|
|52||4||"Turn to Stone"||Paolo Barzman||Michael Grassi||December 1, 2013|
|The episode jumps forward a few days after Bo's return. Kenzi is thrilled to have her friend back and make plans to go out celebrating. Tamsin, who is still a teenager and living with them, stays behind to watch TV. While Bo and Kenzi are gone, the clubhouse is robbed and all of their things are taken. Kenzi reveals to Bo that Massimo is the one who stole their things as she is in debt to him for the spark cream. Massimo agrees to return the stolen possessions if the girls go to Lauren's apartment and bring him back an herb from her fae plant wall garden. This turns out to be a diversion, giving Massimo the chance to kidnap a newly-adult Tamsin. Bo and Kenzi are locked in the apartment temporarily by fae magic, and Kenzi admits to Bo that she kissed Dyson. Bo is angry at first, but later forgives her. Kenzi also reveals that she is in love with Hale. The episode jumps to Bo giving the herb to Massimo, who turns out to be human. He kidnapped Tamsin for a lock of her hair that he supposedly needs for his mother. Bo takes the hair and destroys it, and Massimo appears to kill himself by walking into the firepit. Meanwhile, Lauren and Crystal the waitress are locked in a basement somewhere. Lauren reveals that she is a terrorist after a plot to bomb pipes with her brother left eleven people dead. The episode ends with Bo and the Una Mens in a makeshift meeting. The Una Mens tell Bo she is no longer a danger to them as she is not the unaligned succubus. Her blood has chosen a side. Bo asks which, and the Una Mens reply "You are Dark Fae."|
|53||5||"Let the Dark Times Roll"||Ron Murphy||Jeremy Boxen||December 8, 2013|
|54||6||"Of All the Gin Joints"||December 15, 2013|
|55||7||"La Fae Époque"||December 22, 2013|
|56||8||"Groundhog Fae"||December 29, 2013|
|58||10||Julien Christian Lutz||Michael Grassi|
As part of the show's promotion, a series of motion comics, Lost Girl: The Interactive Motion Comic, was released on the official Lost Girl website. The first of these appeared on August 20, 2010. The plan was to release one chapter per month, for a total of six, during the Fall 2010 television season. Around the time of the release of No. 5, the individual chapters were made available for downloading as well as being watchable on the Lost Girl website. File formats included M4V, MP4 and WMV files. It used elements of traditional print comic books with animation and audio effects. Called a motion comic by the producers, it provided a story-telling medium which was hoped would provide information about Bo and other characters from the show, and give additional insight into the supernatural world of Lost Girl.
|No.||Title||Written by||Directed by||Original air date|
|1||"Chapter 1: Feed"||Navid Khavari||August 20, 2010|
|Bo struggles for survival and to discover her place in the world, while a mysterious force tracks her.|
|2||"Chapter 2: Leftovers"||Navid Khavari||September 29, 2010|
|Detectives Dyson and Hale investigate the remains of a grisly murder and an even stranger set of suspects.|
|3||"Chapter 3: Futakuchi-onna"||Navid Khavari||October 21, 2010|
|Bo reminisces on her first discovery of her ability, and chooses how to use it.|
|4||"Chapter 4: Dead Leads"||Navid Khavari||November 20, 2010|
|Dyson and Hale continue their investigation, putting themselves in jeopardy.|
|5||"Chapter 5: Inhuman"||Navid Khavari||January 14, 2011|
|Bo encounters an old foe under dangerous circumstances and is forced to make a difficult decision.|
|6||"Chapter 6: Reset"||Navid Khavari||February 4, 2011|
|Dyson and Hale search for answers and get more than they bargained for.|
A series of four webisodes were created as a promotional lead-in to the premiere of Season Four on Showcase, with the first installment released on October 13, 2013.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"UPYURS6"||Paul Day||Alexandra Zarowny||October 13, 2013|
|Alongside Bruce, Kenzi seeks out the Druid Mossimo, when their travel is interrupted by an internet troll who denies passage across a bridge.|
|2||"Red Tape"||Paul Day||Michael Grassi||October 20, 2013|
|Vex runs into a few problems while trying to arrange a party.|
|3||"Getting to Know You: The Una Mens"||Steve Cochrane||Steve Cochrane||October 27, 2013|
|An old timey video introducing The Una Mens: a powerful group of Fae elders created after the disappearance of The Blood King who use lethal means to enforce the Blood Laws.|
|4||"Prophecy"||Paul Day||Sam Ruano||November 3, 2013|
|In The Dal Riata, Hale bets Trick that a Divination Plank is no better than a Magic 8-Ball, unwittingly becomes possessed, and delivers an ominous prophecy.|
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