Cleo: “Is this how your dates with Bo normally go? Digging up bones and trying to save human lives?”
Dyson: “I’d be lying if I said this didn’t have some semblance of nostalgia.”
“Lovers. Apart.” 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.
Dyson and Bo are reunited! Yay adorableness. It is a little unclear if Bo has her memory back completely. She still can’t remember Kenzi, and who knows what else she is still blanking on. However, in the car she lists off everyone, which should be a sign that her memory has returned. This is a guess, though. The cause or mastermind behind the memory loss has not yet been unexplained. Dyson and Bo both forget that they were on a train, and it seems to be in that case a selective memory loss. What are your theories behind all of this?
Lauren is still at the diner with Crystal. It’s riveting stuff, really. Clearly the writers have been showing Lauren because she is a central character that fans do care about. However, it has not been exciting, and the writers spend a lot of time at this diner. The best part of the episode is Lauren sharing some of the things she wished she could forget because it is a small glimpse into Lauren’s past. Everything else is just boring. At the end, Crystal betrays Lauren for money, or at least that’s what the assumption is. She’s probably been in on it for a while. The writers could have cut back on all the Crystal and Lauren time by a lot. Crystal’s betrayal was long coming. It feels like the writers wanted people to trust and like Crystal, and so there would be shock value when Crystal turned over Lauren. There wasn’t. It was obviously going to happen. Did you enjoy spending time with Crystal and Lauren?
Here are quick thoughts on elsewhere in the episode. Bo manages to find humans in danger from a fae. Go figure. Julia has her entertaining moments, but she comes off too much like a Kenzi rip off. Sometimes everything works fine, and other times it is clear that the writers are trying too hard to have Kenzi in an episode, but not have Kenzi in an episode. Speaking of Kenzi, it is a little annoying that she and Tamsin don’t make an appearance at all in the episode. The Morrigan does, however, and it is not all that exciting. She lost an eye, and she somehow gets someone to grow it back. That is basically all that happens with her. We could have done without her storyline. What are your thoughts on the episode?
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