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Lost Girl: Season 2

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Bo is back, and she's ready for action! As always, her mortal bestie Kenzi is along for the ride, eager to add a human touch to Bo s supernatural existence. The new season gets off to a bang as the Succubus finds herself navigating a web of seduction between Dyson, Lauren, and a dark fae she just can't resist. As if Bo's hands weren't already full, There is a new Ash in town and he has his own agenda for Bo. Throw in some shocking revelations by Trick, a new boy toy for Kenzi, a Fae-devouring beast with fiery wings, and it's enough to make any girl head straight for the spa. But Bo's not just any girl. She's a Succubus to be reckoned with, and juggling the romantic entanglements of a modern woman while saving the Fae world from fire and brimstone is what she does best.

Additional Features

  • Uncut - featuring footage not seen on SYFY
  • 60 minutes of extras featuring cast interviews, Making of Lost Girl featurettes, and bloopers
  • Episodes may be watched in English subtitles for the hearing impaired

Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: Anna Silk, Ksenia Solo, Kris Holden-Ried, Richard Howland, Zoie Palmer
  • Directors: Steve DiMarco, Robert Lieberman, George Mihalka, Clark Johnson, Gail Harvey
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 8
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Funimation
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2012
  • Run Time: 968 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008YRL6LI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,291 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: Blu-ray
In season 2 we find Bo having to handle her abilities - particularly her healing - on her own, now that her lover Dyson can no longer feel love for her - or anyone else. This plot device allowed Bo to become her own person and grow as a woman and as a Fae whose destiny is still unknown. Meanwhile, as the cover art implies, it also allowed Bo to explore the other vortex of the love triangle; she fell deeply in love with human lover Lauren.

Ksenia Solo continues to be magnificent as Kenzi and even though Dyson's broodiness caused some intense eye-rolling, Kris Holden-Ried shined as Kenzi in the classic body switching episode. The Trick revelation late in the season is bound to forever strengthen his bond with Bo and Anna Silk and Zoie Palmer's chemistry continues to be unmatched. The Lost Girl cast is, without a doubt, the highlight of this show.

The season suffered a lot from a late back 9 order but was still enjoyable overall. With Bo struggling with the darkness within her, Kenzi having a lot on her plate as she deals with her "gift" from The Norn, Dyson having his love back and Lauren sacrificing her freedom to be with Bo, season 3 is definitely looking up.
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This Canadian television show about a supernatural world (the Fae) that exists in secrecy among humans is so different from the typical fantasy TV show that it grabbed my attention immediately. It incorporates mythologies and cultural folklores; however, they are the "Lost Girl" version of myths and legends. It has characters, action, and escapades that are enthralling and entertaining. The creator and producers have described the series as a supernatural crime drama with light comedy and it definitely lives up to their description.

The protagonist of Lost Girl is Bo (Anna Silk), a bisexual succubus that was adopted and raised by human parents. A succubus is a creature that must feed on the "chi" (the life force) of humans and Fae to survive; and when injured absorbs the chi and energy created during sexual encounters to heal. Being the modern version of the mythical succubus, Bo feeding or healing from either a male or female is irrelevant because it's all sexual healing to her. Bo accidentally killed her high school boyfriend by draining his chi during her first sexual encounter and it was after this incident that her parents told her she had been adopted. Thereafter, Bo fled from home and everything she had known, living a friendless existence, accumulating a history of chi-drained bodies; moving from city to city and creating a new identity each time.

Bo saves a human woman, Kenzi (Ksenia Solo), from a rapist by draining his chi and when she realizes what Bo did for her, the two become instant friends (with Kenzi as Bo's streets-smart sidekick). This kill brings the heretofore unknown Bo to the attention of the local Fae clans.
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First of all, let me say that I really liked season ONE of "Lost Girl". It's like Buffy the Vampire Slayer on steroids....and with WAY more condoms. The whole "succubus" idea is very sexy and clever, and Dyson is smokin' hot in an unusual way. Kenzi is the real star of the show as far as I'm concerned. What a doll. I was into season two until somewhere in the middle of the season, and then the episodes kept getting cheesier every week. For me, the series stopped being sensual, entertaining and kinda edgy, and just started being downright LAME. I don't know if I'm going to be able to give season three a chance when it comes to DVD, because season two was such a let-down for me.
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This was a fun time. Season 2 possess all of the strengths from season 1 and I still love this cast. However I honestly have tons of nitpicks with this season that made me drop its rating to four stars. One, some characters discussing their relationship with each other got really repetitiive, the season felt a little too long, one characters death was very stupid and the main villin didn't feel too scary. Still very good followup.

Update 11/15-Having rewatched the season recently, most of my nitpicks are still here, but I think it took longer for me to feel them this time. Definutly better the 2nd time around, but I'm not changing the rating.
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The first season seemed choppy & uneven but the second season is on surer ground. I kind of cared about season one's characters & storyline but season two is much more developed & interesting. Glad to see the series stuck to it & improved!
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VERY MINOR SPOILERS:

For some reason when I recite the title for my review I think of the theme song from the 70's sitcom "Maude"!

FYI, "The Garuda" is a flame spewing winged demon

With Dyson having made his proverbial deal with the devil and Lauren reunited with her old flame, Bo finds comfort in the arms of a Dark Fae and sometimes said Dark Fae +1!

What made season 1 great is repeated in season 2 with some added complexity, as Bo learns more about herself.
Not to say that there has been any noticeable reduction of minutes highlighting Ms. Silk's impressive cleavage. Also, Kenzi sans the leather, in a form fitting evening gown has the effect of equaling Bo in the redirection of blood flow equation!

I watched the entire series in 3-sittings and am happy to know that there will be a season 3. My highest recco for SyFy/Fantasy type programming.
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