Lauren: “Because Dyson, if I say green, you’ll say purple just to get my goat.”
Dyson: “I don’t want your goat. I can get any goat I want. I am a good goat catcher.”
“Groundhog Fae” is tonight’s episode of “Lost Girl.” Warning: this article does contain spoilers. To review what happened last time, click here. Check out the slideshow for more quotes from the episode. “Lost Girl” airs Monday nights at 9 on Syfy.
First off, this episode just feels strange. It doesn’t feel like “Lost Girl,” at least not in the beginning. Did anyone else feel this way? Any who, everyone is stuck in a time loop, well everyone except Bo, Tamsin and Hale. The real question is, were Dyson, Lauren, and Vex stuck in this loop as well? There isn’t any sense of repeating in their storyline. Everything seems to progress as if time was normal. There are not any moments of repeating or anything. The reasoning behind this is unclear. Honestly the only option I can come up with is that the box somehow shielded them from Krampus, but this is a guess with no real proof. It’s a little annoying that it is hard to decide where their narrative falls in this time looped structure. Do you think Dyson, Lauren and Vex were in a time loop or no?
Tamsin has returned! Rejoice! There are moments where she seems like the snarky Tamsin that we all fell in love with, and then there are moments where she goes into recently reborn Tamsin. It’s unclear as to what her personality is now. What is clear is that Tamsin remembers her old life because she tells Bo about her meeting and deal with the Wanderer. The most telling part of Tamsin’s story is that she says that the Wanderer was obsessed with finding his perfect mate and would create her if necessary. Perhaps that is what he wants, to be with Bo. Of course, it’s really creepy because he might be her father and all. What is your theory?
Here are quick thoughts on elsewhere in the episode. A mysterious box appears for Bo, and Dyson and Lauren disagree about whether or not Bo should know about it. Their narrative really isn’t that entertaining. Briefly there are humorous moments due to the fact that they are drunk, but those moments don’t happen often enough. It would have been better to cut back on their scenes a bit. A couple characters finally are forced to speak the truth. Trick shares that he is scared, and Bo states the numerous things that scare her. These a nice character moments for them because it gives viewers a glimpse as to what Trick and Bo are struggling with internally. What did you think of the episode?
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