Thank fae—Lost Girl Season 3 is here! Be sure to check out all of our recaps, from Season 1 and Season 2 to the most recent episode of Season 3 aired in the U.S. on the SyFy Channel.
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Editor's Note: A mini recap of Megan Frampton's first thoughts on the episode was posted yesterday and can be found HERE. And now, on to Kiersten's full recap of Lost Girl 3.09, “Ceremony.”
We open on a lovely bedroom bathed in blue light so right away we know we’re in a dream world. The camera pans across the photos, an alarm clock that reads 3:01 AM, to the wood sleigh bed where Dyson sleeps…alone. His arm reaches out and he wakes when he only finds an empty pillow. Mildly alarmed, he sits up and looks toward what must be the bathroom. “Babe, are you okay?” he calls with concern. Bo pulls open the double doors and stands in the doorway. She’s wearing a stunning, white satin, foot-long nightgown. She tells him she couldn’t sleep. “Another bad dream?” he asks. Bo says she’s knows she hasn’t been herself lately. Dyson shakes his head and says it’s okay as he stands. “And you have been so patient,” Bo continues. (Yes we have! Okay, maybe not so much patient as biding our time with clenched teeth.)
Dyson smiles softly. “I’m a husband,” he says with a shrug (OH IF ONLY). “It’s my job.” Bo says she just wanted to be sure before she told him. He frowns. “Okay, now you’re starting to freak me out a little,” he says in THAT VOICE and steps closer. Bo takes his hand in hers. “For the last few days, I feel like I’ve been going crazy.” With concern, Dyson asks her what’s wrong. Bo continues, “The things that I have been thinking and seeing…” He kind of braces himself a little for whatever is next. Bo drops the act and gets a smug, satisfied, happy smile on her face as she holds up the stick. “I’m pregnant,” she chimes. Dyson looks at the stick, looks at Bo, smiles and starts to laugh. Bo laughs too and they embrace with Dyson lifting her off her feet. Filled with love and joy, they can’t hold one another tight enough.
[You can't leave it there!...]