Kiersten Krum is at the annual Romance Writers of America conference. This means two things: One, you get me giving you this week’s highlights reel and, two, we can get handsy with Dyson while she’s away. (We may also get handsy with Ryan. Let’s see where the episode takes us.)
Kenzi’s back! With new boyfriend, Nate, in tow. And Bo is continuing to make use of Ryan’s many talents, which at this point include inventing things, looking great at all times and witty banter.
22-year-old guy dies of a heart attack looking like an old man. While this immediately makes me think, “Buffy did it,” I hold out judgment to see the creative way Lost Girl tackles this one.
Dyson in a jacket always = nom. I may need to invest in more motorcycle jackets for my husband. Unfortunately, he’s extra wolfy today and especially aggressive at the station with citizens. He also has no interest in helping Hale look into the young/old guy’s death. I would venture to say he isn’t taking the breakup well.
Trick, however, is helpful (and awesome) as always. He suggests it may be a serket, but that the behavior is out of character. Anyone else notice we’ve had a lot of “but they aren’t usually like that” fae lately? Is this leading up to something epic? Symptoms of a bigger problem? Speculate.
Loved the idea of the double date, but also mentally cringed. As delightful as Ryan can be when trying to get in Bo’s pants, he isn’t exactly a fan of the non-fancy or the non-fae. I want to love Ryan, but it can only happen if he keeps his mouth shut. And he just won’t. Even when he says nice things upon leaving, I can’t trust him. Damn loki fae.
Anyone else want to hug Kenzi during that dinner? A girl who loves food, not getting order her own dishes and then being tormented with the gross “surprise” plates Ryan picked out.
Ryan’s agent friend? The Morrigan, who would love to give Kenzi’s boyfriend what he desires most – and use him, of course.
Ready for the Bo/Kenzi awesome team to be back in action. With Ryan as her helper, Bo manages to get captured by the serket sisters who are stealing life from young backpackers and selling it to others for big money. Evil Sister makes Doesn’t-Want-to-be-Evil Sister start using Bo as a donor. Not cool.
Oh, Kenz! In the name of saving Nate, she agrees to owe The Morrigan a favor. The things we do for love.
Ryan does come to Bo’s rescue and I want to like him, and then he does more dickish things, like, you know, want to let others kill the humans in the back and in general not back Bo’s play.
Very happy Kenzi didn’t keep the deal with The Morrigan a secret from Bo, but so surprised that Bo would stick with him after his behavior at the medical spa. But he keeps her head spinning about Light versus Dark fae and then somehow Bo ends up the meat in a Dark fae sandwich.
New Fae Folk:
Serket: Dark fae typically thrives on giving life and restoring youthfulness. (As we learned tonight, there are always exceptions.)
Quotes of the Night:
Ryan: Think about it. Humans at lunch instead of humans for lunch.
Bo: It sounds like some fae has a taste for young vagabonds.
Kenzi: It tastes like something crawled in the food and died.
Kenzi: There has got to be something you will take in his place. Perfume? Tequila? My cousin just obtained a truckload of Spanx at a very, very good price.
While Chelsea Mueller runs Vampire Book Club, she won’t turn down a sexy werewolf, demon or faerie. Her appreciation of Alexander Skarsgard is well documented. Bother her on Twitter - @ChelseaVBC — she likes it.