History YMMV / LostGirl

28th Feb '16 2:22:43 PM WarriorsGate
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* {{Narm}}: The show's cheap special effects and low-budget cinematography occasionally conspire to suck the otherwise-excellent drama out. It's especially bad when two characters are in what is ostensibly a mortal fight to the death, yet it consists of them standing stock-still and mugging at each other while little digital sparks fly from their raised hands.
25th Feb '16 9:50:59 PM creader
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* AnguishedDeclarationOfLove: The bathtub scene in 3x12 with Tamsin talking to Bo could arguably count as this.



* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Shows signs of this, especially in "The Kenzi Scale."



* ShipTease: Kenzi and Hale, [[spoiler:until the ship was canonized in season 4]].
** Kenzi and Dyson. Though the pairing is not officially canon, the two of them have had a few interactions that can absolutely not be classified as platonic.



** IronWoobie: Since they all keep going. Bo says Lauren is the strongest person she's ever met. Dyson, meanwhile, calls Kenzie the strongest person.
* XMeetsY: For the UrbanFantasy and the plentiful {{Fanservice}}, the show has been described as "Series/{{Supernatural}}'s DistaffCounterpart".

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** IronWoobie: Since they all keep going. Bo says Lauren is the strongest person she's ever met. Dyson, meanwhile, calls Kenzie the strongest person. \n* XMeetsY: For the UrbanFantasy and the plentiful {{Fanservice}}, the show has been described as "Series/{{Supernatural}}'s DistaffCounterpart".
13th Feb '16 2:40:31 PM doornik1142
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* GeniusBonus: At first glance Tamsin being a Dark Fae seems out of step with traditional Norse mythology. Valkyries are usually thought of as the (rough) Norse equivalent to [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Judeo-Christian angels]]. But actually, their depiction in Norse mythology was not always so positive. Many of the older myths describe them as violent war spirits. And they didn't just carry off the souls of the valiant dead, they helped ''make'' them dead.
* IJustWantToHaveFriends: Shows signs of this, especially in "The Kenzi Scale."
13th Oct '15 3:26:35 AM Plactus
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* MoralEventHorizon: If Jack/Hades raping Tamsin while impersonating Bo didn't put him over, murdering Trick and Aife in the next episode did.
26th Dec '14 3:08:39 PM ajbit26
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26th Dec '14 3:08:38 PM ajbit26
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** Hale's rejection of Kenzi in "Fae'd to Black" is portrayed as a KickTheDog moment. But he had to reason to think anything was actually wrong with her (nor did anyone else), and last time she barged in him during a meeting (ignoring his attempts to tell her to stop) to talk about fashion. It's hardly surprising that he shut her out at the end.

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** Hale's rejection of Kenzi in "Fae'd to Black" is portrayed as a KickTheDog moment. But he had to no reason to think anything was actually wrong with her (nor did anyone else), and last time she barged in him during a meeting (ignoring his attempts to tell her to stop) to talk about fashion. It's hardly surprising that he shut her out at the end.
6th Oct '14 6:54:29 PM AFallenPieceOfPaper
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** Dyson/Kenzi is popular as well.

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** Dyson/Kenzi is popular as well. well, having been subtly hinted at from season 1 and heavily teased in season 4 [[spoiler:despite Kenzi's [[BetaCouple official relationship]] with Hale as of 4x06]].



* ShipTease: Kenzi and Hale, until the ship was canonized.
** Kenzi and Dyson. It's not solidly canon yet, but the ship is strong with this pairing. It became very obvious in season three that the powers that be are well aware of it. It became even more obvious in Season 4.

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* ShipTease: Kenzi and Hale, until [[spoiler:until the ship was canonized.
canonized in season 4]].
** Kenzi and Dyson. It's Though the pairing is not solidly canon yet, but officially canon, the ship is strong with this pairing. It became very obvious in season three two of them have had a few interactions that the powers that can absolutely not be are well aware of it. It became even more obvious in Season 4.classified as platonic.
9th Aug '14 6:45:15 PM Shadowwing09
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** They tried, and she refused. She took great pleasure in everyone's frustration and misery, and was uncaring at best about the possibility of the Fae being wiped out. Maybe not a villain, but definitely an unrepentant JerkAss.
28th Jun '14 3:06:56 PM BHDFGBHGF
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28th Jun '14 2:33:03 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* DesignatedProtagonistSyndrome: Bo is sadly a rather plain main character mixed in with a large group of colorful supportive characters.
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