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Lost Girl season 2←Lost Girl season 1 Lost Girl season 3→
Air weekdate:Sunday Cast:Anna Silk, Zoie Palmer, Kristen Holden-Ried, Ksenia Solo, Kyle Schmid, Rob Archer, Clé Bennett, Mia Kirshner, Athena Karkanis, Inga Cadranel, Tim Rozon, Ciara, Vincent Walsh, Paul Amos, Alisha Anneleise O.H., Rachel Skarsten, Kristi Angus, K.C. Collins, Rick Howland Genre:Crime, Drama, Fantasy, Horror Channel:Showcase (CA) Status:Ended
With the world of Fae in chaos following Bo's explosive reunion with her mother, Bo must learn to "play the game" and navigate the inner workings of the Fae World in order to protect those who have helped to protect her. Bo finds her resolve to stay free challenged, and is forced to question her own morals and beliefs. While Bo grows stronger and learns more about who she really is, relationships will be tested and passions will ignite, but answers will not come easily.
Lost Girl season 2 episodes list:
A nomadic Fae sideshow comes to town looking to take advantage of the chaos that the bombing of the Light Fae headquarters has wrought. Unbeknownst to the general Light Fae populace, The Ash is in a coma, and his bond with the land is weakening, which makes this the perfect time for the travelling circus freaks to steal the most precious thing the Light Fae possess.
The hunt for the new Ash is on. Literally. A traditional Stag Hunt is held, whereby the candidate who successfully tracks and kills the Stag becomes the next Ash. Bo barely takes a passing interest in this ceremony until a surprise visitor with a vested interest in the hunt appears in her front room.
As Bo struggles to accept the new terms of her and Dyson's relationship, she investigates an apartment building full of residents who appear to have lost their minds.Kenzi's choice to employ a Brownie to help around the house threatens to backfire on her.
In a move of sisterly solidarity, Kenzi drunkenly invokes the Russian hag Baba Yaga to curse Dyson for his behavior towards Bo. In the sober light of day, however, Kenzi and Bo seek to remove the curse.
Bo and Dyson team up to track down a stolen Mongolian Death Worm on behalf of Dyson's old wolf pack mate. When things get complicated, Dyson finds himself reliving his medieval days – tormented by the hard choices he once had to make, and fighting in the present not to repeat past mistakes.
The Morrigan enlists Bo's help to find a tortured graffiti artist under her employ. The young painter has killed a Dark Fae, and his urban murals are exposing Fae secrets all over town – with The Morrigan on the hook for his actions. In exchange for her help with the case, The Morrigan offers Bo information on breaking The Ash's hold on the Lauren.
Bo is happy for the distraction provided by an assembly of strippers that helps break an accused cop-killer out of the police station. While Bo goes undercover at a strip joint to follow the trail of one of the apparent accomplices, Dyson and Hale simultaneously track the murderer. Both investigations meet in the middle at The Hand of Glory – a disembodied hand with remarkable powers. Coming off The Morrigan's shocking revelation about Lauren, Bo and the doctor have a difficult conversation.
Trick’s dear friend seeks his assistance when his ballet dancer husband goes missing – or rather, his ballet dancer husband’s corpse. Bo and Dyson track the dead ballet dancer to a bizarre figure, enlisting Lauren for her scientific expertise along the way.
A night out at the Dal goes awry when an insane trickster spikes the beer with a substance that transfers Bo out of her body – resulting in a ripple effect that finds our regulars inhabiting the skin of their friends, lovers and rivals. Suppressed – and not so suppressed – feelings bubble to the surface, and the brief stays in one another’s bodies gives each surprising insights into the other.
Bo joins the brutal world of underground fighting to help a human competitor juiced up on Fae "steroids" that are sending him on blackout rages – and putting his son in harm's way. Meanwhile, the sister of the first boy she ever killed shows up and confronts Bo over her deadly past.
When rich young humans start turning up dead, Bo agrees to go undercover to help Dyson find the Fae responsible. As she makes her way through the "Gossip Girl" world, Bo learns a deadly kind of class warfare is afoot.
Bo enlists Dyson’s help to find an artifact she believes will release Nadia from her coma -- even though it might mean having to say goodbye to Lauren.
When Trick takes matters into his own hands to foresee the future, he runs the risk of revealing too much to the wrong Fae. Meanwhile, a furious Bo confronts The Ash about a betrayal… and is stunned by his response.
While Bo continues to ponder The Ash’s shocking proposal, she agrees to his interim request – to kidnap a Genie. The assignment becomes complicated and dangerous, and Bo finds herself involved with the most unlikely partner.
What Bo uncovers while investigating the mysterious disappearance of human backpackers threatens her own fine physique. Meanwhile, the new man in Bo’s life sets events in motion that force Kenzi to make a desperate choice.
Bo goes undercover as a high school teacher to investigate a mysterious case-Kenzi soon regrets agreeing to help her. Lauren makes a much anticipated return home from vacation.
Things heat up when Bo tangles with Fae politics in an attempt to save some very important people. Meanwhile, Kenzi risks more than she intended when she does a favour for Hale.
Kenzi and Trick must race to save Bo from the fallout of a steamy night gone awry before it binds the Succubus for a millennium. In its wake, Bo poses very uncomfortable questions to Trick about her origins.
Bo confronts a very powerful Fae, uncertain whether she can trust The Ash’s counsel. The coming War takes its first casualties – literally and figuratively – which challenges Bo’s and Kenzi’s commitments to the cause and the ones they love.
The Ash takes drastic action against the threat bearing down on him, which in turn convinces Bo to make a potentially life-threatening decision. When those close to her suffer devastating injuries, Bo can no longer ignore her destiny.
In the wake of emotional losses, Trick reveals his deepest secret to Bo. Bo realizes there is no turning back and she must go to any extreme, which includes aligning herself with a sworn enemy, to take on a battle that could decide the fate of the Fae.
Concerned that Bo’s plan is too risky, Trick offers Bo one more weapon for her own, and everyone else’s, safety. Bo must lead her friends into battle ahead of schedule when her hand is forced by their enemy. A revelation from Dyson provides Bo with ammunition, but another’s deceit threatens the mission. Prophecies come true… but at what cost?
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