Lost Girl: Season 4 [Import USA Zone 1]
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Nachdem Bo (Anna Silk, „Beeing Erica – Alles auf Anfang“) in den Kreis ihrer Freunde zurückgekehrt ist, wirft das Schicksal lange Schatten über sie. Die Grenzen zwischen „Light“ und „Dark“ Fae verschwimmen und somit begibt sich Bo auf eine Entdeckungsreise, die außergewöhnliche und geheimnisvolle Ereignisse mit sich bringt. Bo und ihre Begleiter müssen jedoch erkennen, dass sie nur gemeinsam stark sind im Kampf gegen jegliche Gegner und Widrigkeiten. --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition DVD.
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***SPOILERS (sort of, tried not to give details)***
The 1st 3 seasons developed some interesting relationships & season 4 seems to just be tearing them apart, but for no reason.
A loved character has been killed.
Kenzi & Bo's friendship is on the rocks.
The Wanderer storyline isn't making a ton of sense, so far (at least to me).
We hardly see Vex (who I think is a great character).
Dyson has turned into a self - pitying, "neutered" wolf :(
Not sure what is up with Trick?!
Bo is just blindly following the Wanderer which goes against her independence (that she had been so proud of for the first 3 years).
I was hooked from the first episode when I saw it on Netflix. I have always been a fan of all things supernatural so this was an easy match for my taste. But, you also have to know a few things about it before you start watching it. If you are into the super dark, serious side of the underworld, then this may not be the show for you. It is definitely dark, but on the less serious side, with much of the dialogue dripping with sarcasm and sexual undertones. (If you have ANY qualms about open or same sex relationships, this is DEFINITELY not the show for you). But you will not find a more loyal clique of characters who will honestly do anything it takes for the people they care about. The actors definitely fit their individual parts and each one has their own endearing qualities. There are more than a few that you love to hate, but each still has their own place in your heart once you get to know them.
All in all, this is a great show, with a unique plot. It keeps you on your toes, for sure, and never gets old or boring like the writers are struggling to keep the story going. I would definitely recommend it.
Lost Girl is a guilty pleasure of mine. I went through the first three seasons with a certain popcorn-saturated glee. Then I got to season four and it seemed like the writers just started phoning it in.
I can understand the need to shake things up, but it was too much, too close together. Especially in the last two episodes, the plot became a scattershot mess. It was as if the writer went into the producer’s office and said, “I have an idea for an episode: Bo’s father turns out to be Darth Vader with a sled named Rosebud, made out of Soylent Green and he has actually been a ghost the whole time.” The producer should have said “No,” or at least “Go home and sleep it off, you’re drunk.”
Three characters die during the season. The first was very well done; the other two seemed like afterthoughts. It was doubly painful because Kenzie was my favorite character. Let me clarify, her death was not painful. It was painful to see her killed off in such an uncaring fashion. She walks to her sacrifice in slow motion with the battle raging around her and the sad music playing, but all I can think is “Oh come on.” They tried to tug the heartstrings of the audience without earning it first and ended up pulling my leg instead.
If you are going to have a dramatic event, you need to foreshadow it. Hale’s death was well done. They set up how the killer would be able to pull it off and why he did it. Rainer’s was only done to get rid of a character that had become inconvenient to the love triangle they had established. Kenzie’s was lazy writing.
If you have a gun that goes off in act three, you need to put it on the mantle in act one. If you’ve established that the gun is a pistol, don’t have it fire artillery shells.
I’m not too worried about never seeing my favorite Lost Girl actress again, because they have made it clear that hers was a comic book death. Also, I get the whole - speech at the gravestone - thing, but did they have to blatantly steal the lines from the Broadway musical “Wicked?”
The Wanderer was built up as this unspeakable evil, but when we meet him, Rainer looks like the cover of a romance novel and acts like a blue collar Mr. Darcy. He is also a good guy now and the unspeakable evil was somehow another person entirely. Evony is Massimo’s mother which comes out of the blue. Lauren can now magically turn fae into humans, when going the other way required a donor, a ton of equipment and invasive surgery. Bo’s marriage was not earned, her husband’s death was not earned, and neither was Kenzie’s.
To the writers of Lost Girl: I really want to like your show. Please stop ignoring your craft and write some better episodes.