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Lost Girl is a Canadian supernatural crime drama television series that premiered on Showcase on September 12, 2010. The series was created by Michelle Lovretta, and is produced by Prodigy Pictures, in association with Shaw Media. It follows the life of a succubus named Bo, played by Anna Silk, as she learns to control her abilities, help those in need, and discover the truth about her origins. Following good ratings and positive reviews, it was renewed for its second season two months after its premiere, and for its third season in December 2011.

The series premiered in Australia on July 14, 2011 on Sci Fi. It premiered in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2011 on Syfy. In the United States, Lost Girl premiered January 16, 2012 on Syfy.

Plot
Season 1
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Bo is a succubus who grew up in an adoptive human family, unaware of her non-human nature and of the Fae world. Her succubus powers only become apparent to her when she accidentally kills her first love by draining him of his life energy, an act which forces her to flee her home. Bo exchanges her previously normal life for one without family or friends, moving from place to place whenever she kills again.

In the first episode, Bo saves a human girl named Kenzi; the two quickly become friends and Kenzi decides they should team up to create a Fae/Human detective agency. Confronted by the Fae elders with having to choose a side ("Light" or "Dark"), Bo declares herself neutral, deciding to side with humans after Kenzi risked her life to find what had happened to Bo for her own sake where most of the Fae simply saw her as another factor on the board. Throughout the season, Bo learns more about the Fae world and herself while she searches for information about her origins. Along the way, Bo also develops romantic relationships with both Dyson, a wolf shifter police detective and Lauren, a human doctor.

Season 2
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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.

Main cast
Anna Silk as Bo — A succubus, she has the power to steal people's life-force through their mouths with a kiss, to bewitch people with a touch, and to feed from sexual energy. Though at first she could not feed without killing, she has since learned to control her powers. She can only seem to go a few days without feeding before the drive overcomes her. Absorbing power from other Fae can increase her strength. She is best friends with Kenzi and is romantically involved with both Lauren and Dyson. When Lauren's life was threatened and she was rendered near death, she displayed a strange, extremely powerful alternate persona, which drained the life from multiple individuals at a distance of several meters and declared that "there will be no more dark or light, only me". Near the end of the second season, it is revealed that Bo is Trick's granddaughter and is named after her grandmother, Isabeau.

Ksenia Solo as Kenzi — Bo's best friend and sidekick - declared as Bo's 'property' to allow her to participate in Fae society - despite being a normal human, who suggested Bo use her neutrality to her advantage to become a private investigator. A scam artist who displays kleptomanic tendencies, she can speak Russian fluently and possesses excellent street-smarts. Despite their differences, she and Bo quickly became close, Bo choosing humanity rather than Fae because Kenzi risked her life to find out what had happened to Bo during her 'trial' where the Fae seemed to consider Bo just another factor in their game. She frequently acts as the comic relief. Her family is apparently highly connected. She frequently assists and/or vexes Hale.

Kristen Holden-Ried as Dyson — A "wolf-shifter" and a detective in the human world. He is quite strong and possesses an acute sense of smell. He is several hundred years old and very knowledgeable about Fae politics. A member of the Light Fae, his true allegiance is to Trick rather than the Ash. He is in love with Bo and is best friends with Hale, his Fae detective partner. In the season one finale, he sacrificed his love for Bo to give her the strength to defeat her insane mother as part of a deal with the Norn, leaving him with the memory of their relationship but unable to feel his old passion for her. He has since made efforts to remain friends with Bo, which was initially awkward as Bo tried to win him back. After being reunited with his old love Ciara, they began a relationship, which is hampered by Dyson's reluctance to reveal his encounter with the Norn and the price he paid, but eventually ended when he admitted that sacrificing his love for Bo cost him the ability to ever love again as wolves mate for life. His love was eventually restored by the Norn after a coerced deal with Kenzi.

Zoie Palmer as Lauren — Owned by the Ash, she serves as a doctor and scientist for the Light Fae. She had an instant attraction to Bo during their first meeting and has since fallen in love with her. She has extensive knowledge of the different types of Fae and their abilities. In the first season, she taught Bo how to control her powers. It was later revealed that she has a human girlfriend named Nadia who is being kept in stasis because she contracted a disease that humans are normally immune to while on a humanitarian mission with Lauren. The Ash offered Lauren the help of the Fae curing Nadia, in exchange for her servitude, explaining why he "owns" her. With Bo's help, she discovers that she was tricked by the Ash: Nadia was cursed by a Fae to have the appearance of the disease in order to induce Lauren to accept servitude, so the Ash could use her medical expertise to help the Fae. When she discovers this, she goes to the new Ash and demands he release Nadia, discarding her allegiance when he refuses. After being imprisoned by the Ash, and with the progression of a string of Fae murders with which he requires her assistance, he arranges to free Nadia. Lauren renews her vow of servitude in payment, this time for life, not aware that it was Bo who actually removed the curse (Bo acting under the false impression that if she tells Lauren the curse will return, this time permanently). Lauren tries to make her relationship with Nadia work despite her love for Bo. Nadia grows clingy and as Lauren tries to find the cause and cure for Nadia's dangerous, erratic behavior, it is revealed that Nadia is possessed by the Garuda. Bo is forced to kill Nadia to save Lauren. Lauren in her grief becomes distant, but later seeks comfort in the arms of Bo. Despite her chance to be free of the Ash and all the Fae, Lauren stays behind to help Bo fight the Garuda. In the season two finale, Lauren comes up with the weapon to help Bo kill the Garuda. She also helps Bo harness her definitive power that helps defeat the Garuda. As Bo battles the Garuda, Lauren saves a gravely injured Kenzi with Hale's help. At the end of season two, despite encouragement from Dyson, Lauren once again relinquishes her chance for freedom to stay with Bo.

Rick Howland as Fitzpatrick "Trick" McCorrigan — He is the owner and bartender of the only Fae pub in town, The Dal Riata, which is neutral ground where Dark and Light Fae can go freely. Trick is very powerful; a Blood Sage, he has the ability to alter fate. Once known as the Blood King, he is on equal terms with the Fae elders, though few are aware of his true self. Compared to other Fae (who have contempt for humans), he is very tolerant and even fond of humans, even trading away his most prized possession to help save Kenzi's life. He is extremely reluctant to use his blood powers, as they always carry a price; for example, his decision to write a future where Bo defeated Aife resulted in Dyson sacrificing his love for Bo to give her the strength to win. It has since been revealed that he is Bo's maternal grandfather.

K.C. Collins as Hale — Dyson's colleague and another Fae undercover agent in the police force. He is a siren, able to render humans and even other Fae unconscious or fascinate them with his whistle. Hale is good friends with Kenzi. His family is relatively high-ranking in Fae society, but he disdains their social contacts in favour of making his own way, although Bo and Kenzi used his contacts when they needed to infiltrate a high-class Fae event. He helps save Kenzi by using his siren's whistle to cauterize her wound.

Recurring cast
Emmanuelle Vaugier as Evony Florette Marquis, the Morrígan — The leader of the local Dark Fae. She's a leanan sídhe and runs a talent agency in the human world, where she represents young musicians and artists while stealing their talent.

Clé Bennett as the Ash — The leader of the Light Fae prior to and during the first season. He hoped to bring Bo into the Light Fae, and uses Lauren to try to manipulate her. He is badly injured by an assassin sent by Bo's mother, and is in a coma at the end of the first season.
Vincent Walsh as the Ash — A Fae named Lachlan who wins the now-vacant position of the Ash; smug, sexy, dangerous, charismatic and a formidable force in his own right. Power-hungry, he is a stickler for rules (Although willing to bend them for his own gain).[10] He was later revealed to be a Naga, having lost his other heads to use his venom for various purposes. He was killed in the final confrontation.

Lina Roessler as Ciara — An old love of Dyson's. While she is initially treated frostily by Bo and Kenzi, Bo eventually comes to consider her a friend. She was in love with Dyson, but he was unable to reciprocate this affection due to him already giving his love to Bo and it being taken by the Norn. She was known as the fairy queen which was told at her funeral in the "Into the Dark" episode.

Athena Karkanis as Nadia — Lauren's human girlfriend. Bo is later forced to kill her when the Garuda takes over her body.
Aaron Ashmore as Nate - Kenzi's boyfriend. Kenzi and Nate used to be neighbors when they were children. They broke up when the Garuda threat was most imminent and could have endangered Nate.

Paul Amos as Vex - A Mesmer. He could control people's actions against their will. Theoretically, he was Dark Fae, but practically, he did not care much. He had a childish personality and his powers helped him fulfill it.

Kate Trotter as The Norn - Able to grant you your strongest desire in exchange for that which you hold dearest. She was called upon by Dyson when Bo was fighting her mother. Due to a subtle error on Dyson's part, the Norn was able to take Dyson's love for Bo instead of his wolf. She later returned Dyson's love to him with the help of Kenzi's effective chainsaw persuasion tactics.


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Anna Silk as the succubus, Bo


Zoie Palmer as human scientist and Light Fae thrall, Lauren.


Ksenia Solo as Bo's sidekick, Kenzi.


Kris Holden=Ried as Dyson.


Rick Howland as the Fae tavernkeeper, Trick.


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It's a Fae Fae Fae Fae World
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Meet Bo. She'sjust your average, gorgeous, butt-kicking, life-force-sucking bartender on the run. Her inhuman hunger for human energy has plagued her for the past ten years and is a secret she keeps close, but when she uses her power to stop a rape, her dark identity is exposed. The girl, a pickpocket named Kenzi, won't let Bo slip away without an explanation for the glowing blue light that escaped the man's body when she kissed him. Left with no other choice, Bo takes Kenzi under her wing in order to protect Kenzi and her own secret.

But Kenzi wasn't the only one to learn of Bo's...ability. Bo left the crime scene in a hurry, and the rapist's body, disfigured from his encounter with the paranormal, was discovered by a local detective named Dyson, who is also more than he seems. Just as Bo and Kenzi are about to jump town, Dyson rolls up in a gray van with his partner and smuggles Bo away to an unknown location. Kenzi frantically tries to track Bo, but she may be too late.

In a secret headquarters across town, a mysterious man called The Ash demands to know if she's allied with the Light or the Dark, and how she remained hidden for so long, but none of this means anything to Bo. The Ash doesn't believe her, nor does a woman called The Morrigan, who storms into the party unannounced with the threat of death on her lips.

After hours of interrogation, Bo is released for examination by a sympathetic doctor named Lauren, who tells her that she, Bo, is a member of a large group of paranormal beings called Fae. Lauren goes on to say that Bo will have to choose to belong to the Light or Dark Fae, and that they can teach her how to control her power. Bo distrusts this hierarchy, however, and uses her powers of seduction - another strange trait of the succubus - to lure Lauren away from the facility.

But the escape is foiled by The Ash and The Morrigan, leaders of the Light and Dark Fae, respectively, who demand that Bo undergo a test and declare her allegiance to one of their clans. Dyson, who believes Bo when she says that she doesn't know anything about Fae or succubi, tries to stop them, knowing that The Test - in which Bo will have to battle two Under Fae to the death - will most likely kill Bo. The clan heads are unmoved, however, and Bo must be tested. All Dyson can do is insist that Bo use her powers to take some of his strength. Because he is a different kind of Fae, she is able to use him without ending him, an experience that fills Bo with a thrill unlike any she's ever known.

Bo's first opponent is strong but slow, and Bo is able to fell him quickly. But her next opponent is a Fae of the mind, who weaves a dreamscape around Bo and convinces her that the world would be better off without her. Just as Bo is about to end her own life at his bidding, a voice - Kenzi's - breaks through the reverie and snaps Bo back to her senses. She quickly dispatches her pasty foe and declares allegiance to neither Light nor Dark - she will spend her days among humans. The Morrigan tries to persuade The Ash that they should kill her, but both are convinced by an outside Fae called Trick that if someone has been able to keep Bo a secret for this long, it must be for a reason, and they should get to the bottom of the subterfuge before killing the girl.

Bo is released, along with Kenzi, to live as normal a life as she can, but she's warned to stay where the clans can keep an eye on her. The newfound Fae is relieved to know that there are others like her in this world, and also aware that this knowledge itself is the beginning of a very long road.

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Where There's a Will, There's a Fae
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Just as Bo and Kenzi are settling in to their new, permanent home, they get a surprise visitor - a Will o' the Wisp who wants Bo's help getting his coveted collection of gems back from a thieving human. The Wisp - just call him Will - heard about Bo's triumphal win in her Fae test, and figures if anybody can catch this guy, it's Bo. Bo doesn't want to attract any attention from the Fae, so she's ready to turn him out, but Will snags her interest by offering info on her real parents - an offer Bo can't refuse. The only lead Will can offer is the human's backpack which contains, among other things, a gun.

Bo and Kenzi head to the police station to enlist Dyson's help in finding out who it's registered to. Dyson warns Bo against getting involved, telling her that she'd face dangers beyond her imagining, but she must know about her history. Dyson gives her the name of the gun's owner - Michael Connell - and eventually they track him down to a motel on the outskirts of town. Bo approaches him, hoping to covertly find the gems, but Connell is on to her and draws a gun. He wants Bo to lead him to Will - his father.
As Bo recovers from the shock that Connell is Will's half-Fae son, she and Connell are interrupted by a headless Fae assassin. With Kenzie's help, Bo manages to fell the murderer and get Connell to safety. Connell, who only wants to meet his father, says he'll return the jewels if Bo can set up a meeting. Will is floored by the news that he has a son, and apprehensively agrees to meet.

In the meantime, Bo needs to get a handle on her hunger, and tracks down Lauren, the human doctor working for the Light Fae. Bo convinces her to administer a treatment that will lessen Bo's desire, but Lauren warns Bo that, under this treatment, she'll lose her superhuman ability to heal. Bo signs on willingly.

Deep in the warehouse district, father meets son for the first time, but Connell changes the game when he announces his intention to tell the world the truth about Fae. His mother went crazy trying to get people to believe her about Connell's father, and now it's time for the son to clear his mother's name. Before anyone can try to talk him out of it, another headless assassin arrives, sent by Will before he knew the truth of Connell's origin. Kenzi gets the drop on him by finding his disembodied head and throwing it into one of Will's fairy fires, but not before Bo endures a deep slash on her neck.

Kenzi tries to help, but Bo knows there's only one way for her to heal. She has to see Dyson and feel his energy. But, since her normal healing powers are stunted by Lauren's remedy, a normal succubus kiss won't do. The only thing that can mend Bo's wound is a lover's embrace.
Just as Bo and Kenzi are settling in to their new, permanent home, they get a surprise visitor - a Will o' the Wisp who wants Bo's help getting his coveted collection of gems back from a thieving human. The Wisp - just call him Will - heard about Bo's triumphal win in her Fae test, and figures if anybody can catch this guy, it's Bo. Bo doesn't want to attract any attention from the Fae, so she's ready to turn him out, but Will snags her interest by offering info on her real parents - an offer Bo can't refuse. The only lead Will can offer is the human's backpack which contains, among other things, a gun.

Bo and Kenzi head to the police station to enlist Dyson's help in finding out who it's registered to. Dyson warns Bo against getting involved, telling her that she'd face dangers beyond her imagining, but she must know about her history. Dyson gives her the name of the gun's owner - Michael Connell - and eventually they track him down to a motel on the outskirts of town. Bo approaches him, hoping to covertly find the gems, but Connell is on to her and draws a gun. He wants Bo to lead him to Will - his father.
As Bo recovers from the shock that Connell is Will's half-Fae son, she and Connell are interrupted by a headless Fae assassin. With Kenzie's help, Bo manages to fell the murderer and get Connell to safety. Connell, who only wants to meet his father, says he'll return the jewels if Bo can set up a meeting. Will is floored by the news that he has a son, and apprehensively agrees to meet.

In the meantime, Bo needs to get a handle on her hunger, and tracks down Lauren, the human doctor working for the Light Fae. Bo convinces her to administer a treatment that will lessen Bo's desire, but Lauren warns Bo that, under this treatment, she'll lose her superhuman ability to heal. Bo signs on willingly.

Deep in the warehouse district, father meets son for the first time, but Connell changes the game when he announces his intention to tell the world the truth about Fae. His mother went crazy trying to get people to believe her about Connell's father, and now it's time for the son to clear his mother's name. Before anyone can try to talk him out of it, another headless assassin arrives, sent by Will before he knew the truth of Connell's origin. Kenzi gets the drop on him by finding his disembodied head and throwing it into one of Will's fairy fires, but not before Bo endures a deep slash on her neck.

Kenzi tries to help, but Bo knows there's only one way for her to heal. She has to see Dyson and feel his energy. But, since her normal healing powers are stunted by Lauren's remedy, a normal succubus kiss won't do. The only thing that can mend Bo's wound is a lover's embrace.
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Oh Kappa, My Kappa
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Apparently, Kenzi wasn't paying attention when Bo's adventure playing detective went haywire, 'cause she's been advertising Bo's "services" as a paranormal private eye all over town. Kenzi manages to make Bo see the sense of it - they have no other marketable skills between them - just in time for them to meet with their first client. A college student, Gina, has gone missing just before pledging for her sorority, a day she was super excited about, and her mother pleads with Bo to find her.

In order for Bo and Kenzi to begin the search, they'll need to go undercover on Gina's campus, Bo as a security guard and Kenzi as - gag - a pledge at Kappa House, the sorority that Gina was hoping to join. Bo enlists Dyson's help with their covers - help that, after their passionate session of "healing," Dyson is only too happy to give - and she goes to work for an overzealous security guard named Wayne.

Bo learns that the dean of the college has kept the girl's disappearance hush-hush, and that there's a whole list of girls who have gone missing. Also, while combing the school grounds, Bo finds Gina's necklace near a deep, dark sinkhole, a discovery that leads her to find that the college has a system of underground tunnels. Kenzi has been less successful: Other than the discovery that the Kappa girls keep their basement off-limits, all she's found is that she's allergic to the color pink.

The next day, Bo meets with Dyson at the Fae tavern, where her mention of Kappa House rings a bell. He asks her to keep in touch as she sets out on a night investigation of the tunnels, and gives her a deep kiss. This doesn't escape the notice of Trick, who tells Dyson to step away and keep his objectivity.

Bo, alone in the woods, finds all the entrances to the tunnels locked shut, and when she doubles back on her path, she runs smack into Wayne, who tases her and drags her to an underground lair. Wayne has thrown Gina there, too - fresh meat for Wayne's captive Fae, called a kappa. When Bo questions Wayne's motives for kidnapping her, Gina and all the other students on the list she found, Wayne reveals that the glowing green pool in which the kappa lives contains an element that keeps Wayne young and vital. Bo tries to get away, but Wayne has chained her wrists to a rock.

Though Dyson heeds Trick, he starts to worry when he hasn't heard from Bo. He and Kenzi team up and trace her path, and Dyson, using his Fae powers, senses another scent - Wayne's - with Bo's. He transforms into a white wolf, races through the woods, finds Wayne, and makes short work of him. He then leads Kenzi to the kappa's lair and lops off the monster's head just before it sucks the vital energy right out of Bo.

Back at home, Bo tries to make sense of it all - not just the strange case, but also her romance with Dyson, an entirely new experience for someone who hasn't had a lover live through the first night in...ever. At Kenzi's urging, Bo heads down to the tavern to tell Dyson how she feels, but when she arrives, she sees Dyson kissing another woman. He was trying to put some distance between them, but his clumsy tactic has done more than he hoped. As Bo walks away, Dyson casts a glance at Trick, uncertain if he can live with what he's done.

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Faetal Attraction
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Ever since Bo found Dyson with another woman, she's been inconsolable. Little does she know that, across town at the police station, Dyson's handling heartbreak his own way, and his frustration at having to let go of Bo for the sake of the Light Fae is taking its toll. His violent outbursts at work have landed him in the psychiatrist's office, but he refuses to admit, even to himself, that he wants to be with Bo.

Kenzi drags Bo out of her funk and into a bar for some rebound action and sure enough, a tall-dark-and-handsome Fae named Samir tells Bo that his wife wants the three of them to...get to know each other. And since his wife, Olivia, is a Fury, she gets whatever she wants. Bo initially refuses, being gun shy, but when Dyson walks in, she decides to show him what's up. Bo escorts Samir and Olivia back to her place. Kenzi dons her earplugs.

The next day, Bo gets a surprise visit from Olivia, but it's not about love - it's about revenge. Apparently, Samir has been sneaking around with a human, a girl named Jenny, and Olivia has a stack of love letters from the girl. Olivia tries to hire Bo to kill Jenny - Olivia would do it herself, if not for the rules the Light Fae have laid down about killing humans - but Bo refuses.

Olivia, left without recourse, goes to do the job herself, and Bo and Kenzi rush to Jenny's house to prevent a murder. When they get there, Olivia already has the girl in her grips. Bo manages to kick the Fae off the girl, but Olivia turns her Fury power on Bo. As she peers into Bo's eyes, Olivia's eyes burn red, infecting Bo's mind with rage and madness. Bo manages to grab a barrier that flips the beam back into Olivia's eyes, and Oliva, herself, goes mad. She runs from the place in a fit of insanity as Kenzi and Bo usher Jenny to their house.

Bo goes to Samir's house to get the real story, but she's too late - Olivia staggers out, her hands bloody, and Bo finds Samir with his head lopped off. She goes to tell Jenny, and when the girl breaks down, Bo gives her a touch of good energy to soothe the pain. But it may be too much - Jenny develops a full-on crush for Bo.

Dyson finds out about the beheading, but Bo tells him and The Ash that she only stopped Olivia from killing Jenny. At that moment, Olivia spurts out that it was Jenny, not she, who killed her husband. Bo rushes home to find a note from Kenzi saying if Bo wants her back, she'll have to come to a meeting point to get her. On the bed beside the note: Samir's head.

At the outskirts of town, Bo finds Kenzi bound to a chair and Jenny holding a detonator to a homemade bomb big enough to blow the whole building to bits. Samir isn't the only lover Jenny has killed - there's a closet full of skulls from people who have gotten tangled up with her. Bo speaks sweetly to Jenny and starts approaching, but just before she's close enough to touch Jenny, Olivia's sisters - also Furies - arrive, seeking vengeance for their sister's madness and death. Bo fights them off and grabs Kenzi, and the two flee the scene as Jenny reaches for the detonator and blasts the building, with herself and the Furies, sky-high. Dyson rolls up just in time to see the blaze, and Bo describes the gory scene.

Later at the bar, Bo thanks Dyson for covering for her for The Ash, and Dyson thanks her for wrapping up a serial killer case that had been open for far too long. Bo decides to move past the awkward phase and invite Dyson into a "friends-with-benefits" set-up, which he can't help but accept. And later that week, he's finally open up to his therapist about what's eating at him: His desire to be with Bo.

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Kenzi is doing her best to earn a little cash via the P.I. business, but when Bo doesn't show up, the client gets offended that she's been pawned off on "the assistant." Kenzi wants to ream Bo for leaving her in the lurch, but when she hears Bo's excuse - she was abducted and taken to a secret meeting with a member of the Dark Fae - Kenzi relents.

Bo tells Kenzi about her night - after meeting with Dyson for some "healing," she was scooped off the street and hustled to a dim sum shop where Mayer, a Fae who feeds off of human luck, lured her into helping him by offering her a meeting with his niece, Cassie, an oracle who can tell her about her origin. Mayer is a bookie in the human world, and after draining all of the luck from one of his regular clients, the man still managed to win big. This snafu leaves Mayer two hundred grand short on his payout to The Morrigan, head of the Dark Fae, which is why he needs Bo: she can enter light or dark territories and find out who fixed his client up with such powers.

Kenzi and Bo soon discover that the client, Roger, has been dead for two days, meaning that someone possessed his body in order to bring Mayer down. Dyson brings Bo to such a Fae, a Hsien, or Body Jumper, named Eddie who tells them that a Dark Hsien named Lucas is in town, and could've been involved. Bo delivers the news to Mayer, who suspects that his rival, Jesper, might be in the driver's seat. Mayer sends them to a backroom poker joint run by Jesper. Kenzi and Bo suit up and head out, but while they investigate what turns out to be a dead end, Lucas has found and killed Eddie.

Bo and Dyson rush to the scene of the crime, and narrowly manage to get the body-snatching Lucas on his knees. He finally tells them that he's working for Mayer's nephew, Seymour, who was fed up with being treated like a dog. Mayer takes the news with relative grace - he'll hide his nephew somewhere safe so the Dark Fae can't get him.

Kenzi, who had had it in for Dyson because of how he treated Bo, makes peace with him when she sees how often he's willing to let Bo drain his energy for healing purposes. As for Bo, she gets her time with the Oracle, who tells her that her mother is alive, and coming for her.

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Lauren and Bo have been spending a lot of time together so that Bo can learn to control her feeding urges, but Lauren has to work hard to tamp down her romantic feelings for Bo. She invites Bo and Kenzi to come on a house call with her, but Kenzi's ravenous appetite keeps her in the kitchen and out of the sick room.

They visit a woman named Halima, a Fae who eats the corpses of humans. She's bleeding from her eyes and internally, and no one has any idea what's causing it. Halima doubts it was related to her food, although the foot soup she made did give her indigestion. Lauren and Bo go to collect Kenzi moments too late - she's eaten the soup, and before long, she falls ill. Bo will stop at nothing to save her.

The foot came from a man who had a shady relationship to a company called Behren Chemicals. Lauren disguises herself as a visiting consultant while Bo uses her natural and supernatural powers of seduction to get a job as an assistant to one of Behren's officers, and the two look for anything amiss at the company. Lauren discovers something odd in Sector 6, so she and Bo devise a plan: Lauren will create a diversion while Bo uses the keys she pilfered from her new boss to gain access to the Sector.

Dyson spends as much time at Kenzi's bedside at Light Fae headquarters as he can, but when the mission to crack Behren Chemicals calls him away, Kenzi takes the opportunity to escape from the watchful eyes of those who hold humans in such high disdain. Dyson finds out and tracks her scent - to a graveyard. He does his best to comfort her and assure her that Bo and Lauren will find a cure but, with Halima dead, he's not too convinced of that, himself.

Bo reaches Sector 6, but is stymied by the man guarding the door. She tries to woo him with her humanoid wiles, but the guard doesn't bat for her team. Left with no recourse, she must use her succubus powers on him. She rejoices when she's able to feed and stop herself before she kills him. Lauren arrives, and the two enter Sector 6. They expect rows and rows of files, but discover a sterile room with a large, glowing tank in the middle, housing an Under Fae called a basilisk. Bo stabs the creature and snags a tissue sample, but the creature is too dangerous for them to leave in the hands of Behren, so they shut down the tank's life support and dash from the facility before they're found out.

Lauren creates an antitoxin from the tissue sample and administers it to Kenzi, who has been resting up at Trick's place. As soon as Kenzi makes a recovery, Lauren says her goodbyes. Lauren and Bo are too familiar for Dyson's comfort, but in order to protect Bo and the Light Fae, he can't let his feelings show.
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A string of murder-suicides have gone down in one neighborhood, and while Dyson and Hale investigate, who should they run into but Bo and Kenzi - the latter picking up some extra cash by posing as a medium who can cleanse the dark spirits from the houses. Kenzi picks up a secret passenger: A spider sneaks into her purse and wastes no time sinking its fangs into her.

Later at the pub, Hale and Kenzi watch Bo try to negotiate between Dyson and Lauren as both vie for her attention. Kenzi bows out of the party due to a splitting headache, and by the time Bo gets home, Kenzi is hearing voices and thinking everybody's out to get her. The spider that caused these symptoms has escaped the confines of the purse, and it soon finds Bo and releases the same venom into her. The two roommates are flooded with feelings of paranoia and violence, but have no idea why. They go to see Lauren for some medical relief, but the only advice she can offer is to take some aspirin and head to bed.

Dyson and Hale find unusual spider webs at all of the crime scenes and take the evidence to Lauren, though begrudgingly - her humanity and close relationship to The Ash make her suspect, in their book. She discovers that the webs belong to an Under Fae called a Djieiene, a spider whose venom produces mania and violence in its victims. Dyson realizes Bo and Kenzi have the bite, and sends Hale, with his powers of soothing and seduction, to rescue them.

But Hale isn't prepared for the fever these ladies are under. No sooner does he enter the house but Bo knocks him out cold. She can't keep her succubus powers at bay and begins sucking the life out of Hale, but the healing it produces in her snaps her awake and she stops herself before she finishes him off. Coming to her senses, she calls Dyson as she realizes the house is under quarantine, and Dyson realizes that Lauren and The Ash are responsible for this possibly deadly decision. Dyson tells her to break the thrall that Kenzi - and now Hale - are under by killing the spider, but the creature proves indestructible. Turns out the wee beast implants its heart in a much larger host - in this case, an Under Fae collector aligned with the Dark Fae - and only destroying the heart can end the spell.

Lauren wastes no time finding the collector and the implanted heart. In an impromptu and half-magical surgery, she removes the spider's hear from the man's innards and destroys it just in time to save Bo from being murdered by Kenzi. The quarantine is called off and Bo is wildly grateful for Lauren's efforts, making Dyson crazy with jealousy and distrust.
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Bo's been mixing it up with some unsavory characters in the search for her mother, including a vampire named Siegfried. In exchange for some medical bags of blood, Siegfried leads Bo to a woman named LuAnn currently on Death Row for the murder of her stepchildren.

But when Bo and Kenzi meet with LuAnn, she's not a killer, but a mournful figure who's keeping her lips sealed. Bo thinks the woman's silence may have something to do with the fact that she's Fae, a point Bo realizes right off. Bo and Kenzi return home in a funk that only gets worse when they learn that Siegfried has been murdered.

Bo gets the autopsy report from Dyson, and since his jealousy over Bo's flirtation with Lauren has strained their goodwill, it's a tough-won prize. Bo learns that although Siegfried died in a gruesome manner, it was clearly not a suicide, and there were no struggle marks. Thinking back to the sadness in LuAnn's face, Bo realizes that there must be someone controlling Fae, making them do horrible things that they don't want to do. Bo is determined to find this person and make them pay.

But her search earns her some enemies. Someone sends a Fae assassin, called a Morag, to kill Bo. At the end of her wits, she goes to Trick for advice, who, seeing it would be pointless to try to deter Bo, gives her a weapon, called a siricon, that transforms from a simple handle to an impressive blade that protects the bearer from another's powers. It seems Bo has an ally in Trick, even though his motives remain unclear.

The Fae responsible for both Siegfried's death and the murder of LuAnn's children is a man named Vex, a favorite of the Dark Fae elders. The Ash knows that it's only a matter of time until Bo finds him and kills him, which will mean Bo's death at the hands of the Dark Fae. The Ash still has much to learn about Bo and her origins, and directs Lauren to distract Bo while Vex is ushered out of town. Bo won't listen to reason, so Lauren seduces Bo in order to keep her safe.

When Bo discovers the truth of Lauren's actions, it stokes her rage higher. She learns Vex's name from Lauren and goes on the hunt. Lauren, beside herself with grief, seeks out Dyson and tells him where she thinks Bo and Vex are. Though Vex is more powerful than Bo, her siricon allows her to master him. He tries to buy time by telling her that he has information on her mother, and she presses the siricon blade to his neck to get him to tell what he knows. Dyson arrives and Vex uses the distraction to get away.

Dyson tries to make it clear to Bo: he stopped her from killing Vex because he didn't want the Dark Fae army to end her life, but her rage at losing information on her origins only spells betrayal, and the link between her and Dyson may be permanently broken.

And across town, LuAnn's body rustles back to life - execution by lethal injection never could've killed a Fae like her - and Trick is there to gather what information he can from her.
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It's La Shoshain, the holiest of Fae holidays, when all Fae, Light and Dark, put aside their animosities and celebrate together to commemorate the legendary Blood King. No violence may be used today, and Fae of warring clans not only lay down their arms, but may lay down together. Bo has even set aside her differences with the Fae world to drink in good company. Trick's bar is bustling with jubilation when the harp player stops suddenly and lets out an unearthly wail.

Trick explains to the bewildered Bo and Kenzi that the woman was a banshee, and her cry foretells the death of a member of the Five Families. The only way to find out which member it is, is to force the information from the banshee. Dyson accompanies Bo, always seeming as though he's keeping a secret, and they learn that the doomed man's name is Sean Cavanaugh. Kenzi has accidentally cozied up to Sean, unwitting of his fate, and her loyalty kicks in to demand that he make and complete a bucket list. First up: Reconciliation with his brother.

Bo is the only Fae not aligned with Light or Dark, and she is the only one who can seek out Sean's brother. But when they find Liam, a member of the Dark Fae, he tells Bo that the betrayal worked the other way around, which is why Liam took a hit out on Sean.

Bo, Kenzi and Dyson interview Sean at the house, where he spills the whole story: Liam stole $30,000 from a firm represented by the family, and Sean couldn't stand the dishonesty and reported him. Just then, they must fight off a goblin attack (goblins are not beholden to the laws of La Shoshain) and hurry to get Sean and Liam in the same room.

The meeting is volatile, but when Bo invokes Agallamh, the whole room falls silent. Agallamh is a rule that demands all parties discuss rather than fight, but unbeknownst to Bo, the invoker of Agallamh forfeits her life if peace is not attained. She seek's Trick's help and sets up the meeting, but it looks as if neither brother is willing to admit fault.

Just then, Kenzi realizes that their father, whom she met when Sean went to say goodbye, has a gambling problem and may be the one who stole the money. Bo stalls for time while Kenzi brings him to the Agallamh , and gets him to admit he did it to cover up his addiction and save the family name. Kenzi thinks she may have saved Sean's life, but as the reconciled brothers walk away, a human, burned by Liam's evil financial finagling, shoots at Liam, and Sean leaps in front of the bullet. Peace has been achieved, but a banshee's wail is never wrong.

Dyson and Trick discuss the ordeal, and the former asks the latter if he would have used his own blood to save Bo, had it come to that. Trick is silent until Dyson toasts to him, the Blood King, evoking a grumble and curse from the secret regent.
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When a sweetgirl named Allison meets a great guy after speed dating one night, she invites him home, but upon waking up alone, she's filled with shame. After scrawling words like, "whore, slut, dirty" on the wall, she draws a bath, steps into it, and holds a hairdryer under the water.

It seems a clear-cut suicide, but Allison's sister, Collette, can't believe that could be true. Bo and Kenzi take on the case, but since Dyson's hands are tied by his cover job and Lauren's still too awkward to be any help, the two girls are on their own. That is, until they are knocked off the trail by a very angry Succubus named Saskia, who demands to know why Bo is hunting on her turf.

Bo explains her position, trying to make working for a living sound as cool as possible to a woman who has everything handed to her, and eventually Saskia not only backs off, but also agrees to take Bo under her wing and teach her the advanced techniques of Succubus powers. She also offers to help with the suicide case, but this is too much for Kenzi. With someone else crowding her BFF, Kenzi decides to give the two super-lovers some space, and heads to Trick's bar.

Turns out Kenzi's timing is perfect: Trick needs help talking to a type of Fae called a Lightening Bird that will only show herself to human women. One of her eggs will help Trick find a magical coin that's been lost, and is due to a friend of his the next day. Kenzi does her part and secures the egg, but in the process, she hears a hint of Trick's true identity as the Blood King. She won't lord it over him, but she makes it clear that she knows Trick has a pretty good secret to keep. And good news regarding the coin: Trick's "friend" stole it, and when the egg points out the truth, the coin remains Trick's indefinitely.

And when Saskia and Bo show up for their meeting with Collette, they find the woman dead, with the same scrawled-out words her sister had written on the walls around her. Saskia sees in them the mark of an Albaster, a Fae that feeds on human sexual shame and the Succubus's deadly enemy. They revisit the bar, but finding no leads, return to their respective homes to think it over. Bo, however, finds that she has a visitor: The manager from the speed dating events that Allison frequented. As he approaches and his eyes glow a deadly blue, Bo realizes that this man, Bertram, is the Albaster. He killed Collette to keep her from digging any deeper, and now he's going to kill Bo - or would have, if Saskia hadn't shown up just then.

Saskia incapacitates the Albaster, then the two Succubi tie him to a chair and get the truth out of him. Bo is about to call Dyson for help, but Saskia sucks the man's energy right out of him. Bo is terrified that Saskia would be so violent, but she insists that she was only trying to keep Bo safe. This move has killed the friendship, at least for now, and Bo runs back to the reliable confidences of Kenzi. Bo is grateful for her steady friend, but knows she's lost something precious and powerful in Saskia, and feels a great ache without the mentorship and confidence that Saskia could have provided.
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A bloody, half-dressed Dyson stumbles into the Dal Riata and calls for sanctuary, which Trick readily gives, but since three witnesses saw Dyson threaten a Dark Fae named Ba'al in a bar owned by the nefarious Vex, and the bite marks on Ba'al match those of a wolf like Dyson, keeping the sanctuary safe from both The Morrigan and The Ash will be a battle.

Bo rushes to help, certain of Dyson's innocence, but since Dyson can't remember anything from the evening, she and Kenzi have no choice but to head to Vex's club. The bartender, Silas, adds to the burden of proof by stating that Dyson and Ba'al had a longstanding beef. Kenzi befriends the third witness, a human named Portia, and, taking pity on the girl, lets her crash on the couch for the night. But when Kenzi sees nasty scars on the girl's back, and Portia has no memory of how they got there, Kenzi realizes that whoever messed with Dyson's memory is messing with others, as well.

Bo learns that Dyson received a call just before leaving work on the night in question, and Hale is able to trace it to an art dealer who, under Bo's succubus powers, reveals that he was a regular at the club's underground S&M dungeon, and had called the cops to report the murder of one of the girls who worked there. Relaying this information to Hale, the two learn that the girl in question was Light Fae.

Dyson's friends soon realize that Portia was part of the S&M dungeon, probably without her awareness or consent. When Bo sees a bracelet on the girl's wrist, taken from Silas, she recognizes the writing of the Lycanthrope clan to which Dyson belongs. It appears they have another wolf-shifter on their hands, but why would Silas set Dyson up?

They return to the club and discover Portia, semi-conscious and waiting in one of the playrooms. When she insists that Silas will always make sure she's safe, Kenzi and Bo understand why Silas arranged this complicated scheme to kill Ba'al: For love. He couldn't stand to see Portia die like the other toys Vex and his crew manipulated, so he took the murderer out of the equation, using Fae cocktails to manipulate memories.

Dyson's lycan instincts force him out of the Dal and on the hunt. Unbeknownst to Bo, Dyson tracks down Vex at the club and demands the name of Ba'al's kiler, but the Dark crew overpower him, and commence torture in order to siphon off information about Bo and her origins. Just as The Morrigan is about to finish Dyson off for withholding his secrets, Bo and Kenzi burst in.

They get the drop on The Morrigan and her crew, and let them know all the juicy details about Ba'al's real killer, but it's Bo's mention of the Light Fae girl killed in the dungeon that stuns the Dark Fae leader into submission. Bo has already informed Hale about the murder of the Light Fae. If The Morrigan hurts Dyson or his allies, Hale will go public with the murder, and war between Light and Dark will certainly arrive.

Once they're back at the Dal, Dyson can't thank Bo enough, and the two realize that they mean much more to each other than either was willing to admit. Trick, glad to have his chief ally and good friend safe, turns a blind eye to their affection.
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Bo and Dyson, currently in a smooth patch, were going to take a weekend away from the hustle and bustle, but when Kenzi's friend, Neville, comes to them for help finding his missing cousin, Thumper, they can't turn their backs on him.

Neville works at Queensdale Country Club, a site known to hire illegal immigrants. Thumper disappeared from work one day, so Kenzi goes undercover as a waitress, while Bo and Dyson pose as a married couple in order to gain membership.

Hale discovers that the club has had many employees disappear over the years, all of them illegal, and all of them with three disciplinary strikes against them. He also learns that each club member saw a huge bump in their personal finances immediately after joining. Bo and Dyson plan to head to a members-only party to dig up some dirt, but Saskia drops by before they leave, attempting to get Bo to come party with her. Bo brushes the dark succubus off, but not before Saskia has had a good look at Dyson.

Turns out the party is less wine and dine, more swing and swap. Dyson is immediately uncomfortable with other men fondling and ogling Bo, and hastily excuses them from the event. At home, Bo rails at him for blowing a chance to find out more about the case, but Dyson protests that he cares too much about Bo to see her with anyone else. Bo is still mad about his methods, but cheered by his reasoning. Dyson's new intimacy with Bo pushes Dyson to give Trick an ultimatum: He has one day to tell Bo about her origins, or Dyson will do it himself.

The next day, Bo and Dyson poke around the grounds and find a stinking cesspool - and in it, a hat belonging to a club member who recently went missing. They take a sample to Hale for analysis, and he finds DNA not only of the missing member and Neville's cousin, but also trace amounts of Fae: A Land White, a creature that lives in harmony with a piece of land, but must eat some of its inhabitants in order to stay healthy. It brings great prosperity to all who eat the food that grows there, but should the Land White die, any affected will plummet in their fortunes.

Bo shares this news with Kenzi, who's now certain that she will be the next human sacrifice, and the two go searching for the White, who is able to take the shape of a human. Bo bumps into the groundskeeper and is sure it's him, but he tells her he has been trying to warn employees for months. Kenzi has rushed to the kitchen to warn people to stop eating the food, but the real White is the chef, and she wraps her tendrils around Kenzi in preparation for a good meal. Just then, Bo and the groundskeeper charge in, armed with herbicide. The groundskeeper has suitable mob behind him, and they take down the White as Bo and Kenzi flee.

Since it appears to be a simple case of human-on-Fae violence, the Dark won't suspect Bo's hand in the matter. Dyson asks Trick if he's told Bo the critical information, but he dodges the subject, so Dyson calls Bo and tells her to meet him at the station for an important talk. But when Bo arrives, she finds her love locked in a sexual embrace with Saskia, drained of nearly every drop of his chi. She knocks Saskia away and warns her never to come back, then curves over Dyson and attempts to reverse the succubus process and breathe life back into him. She's able to revive him, but Saskia has done much harm.
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After Dyson regains some of his strength following Saskia's assault, he realizes he can't go another minute without coming clean to Bo. He tells her that Saskia, whose real name is Aoife, is her mother, and that he's known for a long time, but kept the secret in service to Trick. Bo storms to the Dal Riata, where Trick abashedly tells Bo the full story: Long ago, when Fae war was constant, Trick was king and longed for peace. As a Blood Sage, Trick has the power to create future events by writing them out in his own blood, and this he did to ensure peace between the Light and the Dark.

But Aoife broke the peace, and when she asked Trick to shelter her, he refused, knowing his sanctuary would plunge the world into war again. He turned Aoife over to the Dark, whose king used her as a plaything for years. Trick has never forgiven himself, and neither has Aoife. She has been plotting against him ever since, and it seems now is her time to strike: A Light Fae elder was just found dead, a spark that could start a war.

Trick and Dyson try to convince Bo to flee town, but having just located her mother after a grueling search, she knows she must stay and find answers. She goes to Lauren for help on how to defend herself, and when she returns home, there's Aoife, playing Good Mommy and baking cookies. Bo begins asking questions and helps herself to the baked goods, but Aoife baked a drug into them. Bo passes out and wakes up at Aoife's mansion, surrounded by her chi slaves. She hears Aoife's side of the story and has sympathy for her, but when Aoife tells of her plans to take down the hierarchy of Light and Dark through force and assassination, Bo wants no part of it, and has to fight her way out of Aoife's lair. She injures herself escaping the man slaves, but gets away and heals up in Dyson's arms.

Dyson begs forgiveness for keeping secrets, but Bo can only promise him that, after she fights this battle on her own, they can talk. Since Dyson sees the futility of trying to change Bo's mind, he seeks outside help: A Fae Ancient called The Norn, who can grant almost any wish, but asks a very dear price in return.

Kenzi and Bo find Lauren, who is struggling to treat the Ash and the Fae elders who were wounded in an attack perpetrated by one of Aoife's thralls. All she can do is tell them to use the distraction of carnage to crack into the Light's vault of artifacts, find an amulet that keeps the wearer's chi bound to their body, and use it to fight Aoife. Bo ditches Kenzi in order to keep her safe, but Kenzi can't sit still. She rushes to Trick and demands that he use his blood to protect Bo.

Bo has found Aoife and demands that she call off her rampage, but Aoife won't listen and the two attack each other. At that moment, Dyson strikes a deal with The Norn to send his energy to Bo, and with this force, she is able to overpower Aoife. Yet, dangling from a balcony with only Bo's hand to hold onto, Aoife still won't relent her quest for power - until Trick makes a sacrifice and writes the future in his blood. Aoife makes a miraculous transformation. She begs Bo's forgiveness, pleads with her to ask Trick for the rest of the answers, then drops to the ground. But when Bo goes to see where she fell, there's no trace of her mother - only a small pool of blood.

And The Norn has taken more than was offered - Dyson was willing to give his very essence, his wolf nature, in exchange for helping Bo, but The Norn took something even dearer: His love for Bo. Now, Dyson has lost the connection that he held most dear, and will never feel the same for Bo again.
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