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Bo: “Me? Oh yeah, just hanging out in my ex’s apartment finding weird shit. I’m fine.”

“Turn to Stone” 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.

Bo is back and apparently back to normal. There isn’t any mention of her forgetting who people are or anything. She has still apparently forgotten about the train, but that is it. Speaking of Bo’s return, we don’t get to see it! I don’t know about you, but I wanted to see the Kenzi and Bo reunion. I wanted to squeal with Kenzi and experience the joyous BFF reunion. It’s sad that the writers choose not to show this. It does not make sense as to why they decided to skip it. Although it does allow the writers to pick up on the angsty BFF moment where Kenzi and Bo fight, but more on that in a moment. Did anyone else want to see Kenzi and Bo’s reunion?

Tamsin looks like herself again. It is really weird that she is still childlike but looks like the Tamsin we all know and love. Hopefully Tamsin will grow up soon and be her normal, sarcastic self. The innocent act is getting a little annoying. There are good moments in this episode with Tamsin, but the best is when she wings out and is being kickass for about a moment. According to Massimo, Tamsin is in her last life because she has her wings. Honestly, I’m not up to date on my Valkyrie mythology, so the writers better fill in some gaps. It is nice to get a small tidbit in this episode. Is anyone else ready for Tamsin to be back to normal?

Here are quick thoughts on elsewhere in the episode. This is a great episode for Kenzi. She opens up about her fears about living in a world amongst fae. It’s a fantastic characterization moment. The fight with Bo was necessary because it seems like Bo didn’t really understand what everyone went through when she was gone, and Kenzi and Bo need to get used to working together again. Lauren is kidnapped and asked to figure out what is wrong with an elder. Basically this storyline shows Lauren being a badass, as well as a nice moment where she opens up about why she started running in the first place. Also, Bo’s blood is dark? How can blood speak like that? There have been clues that something inside Bo is dark: the whispering voices, the line outside of Bo and Kenzi’s place that keeps out malicious fae and Bo. What are your theories?

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