OT: Lost Girl (hello to kickassery, buffyisms. as well as preogressive outlook towards sexuality, gender and race)

I am liking this explanation VERY much. Still wanna see her dad be a complex ass just like Trick but i can handle a brother for Bo. More family yaaay.

I don't think he is a brother (although a would laugh HARD if everyone assumes its a love interest and Bo ges "eww no he is my brother"). Most likely just an einherjar or something.

Trick being a psycho he is most likely tried to overthrow gods or something ("I am only on they should worship" he said this episode). I am leaning more and more towards him being Loki.

Notice how after Trick rewrote history Valkyries went from being Odin's servants to being mercenaries?

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After I cleared my mind up this makes quite a bit of sense if Rainer is not her father:

Rainer is modernized form of Ragnar - "God's Warrior"

Her father is Odin.

Rainer was his warrior who stood up against Trick and most likely would come back from being dead again and again, hence why Trick was not willing to let Tamsin take him to Valhalla.

So Odin essentially used his daughter in order to get Rainer out of jail as a fuck you to Trick.

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Still pissed that he called Tamsin a "lowlife" in present times.

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Yeah. Trick's history with Tamsin is NOT nice.

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Don't worry. If it does well, we will get more movies.

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Oh yes, I have. The "don't go scene" literally killed me and you are talking to a ghost.

I try to limit my exposure to that movie so I can see it fresh without spoiling. I do already know that there's supposedly a HUGE sequel hook set in motion in the movie already(possibly connected to the secret society from S3). Hopefully it gets million sequels as it should have never been cancelled. Its so infuriating that fucking CW stole 9 years of Veronica Mars on tv from us.

I have way too good eye for spoilers in trailers and trailer already spoils me certain death of certain cast member (you see certain character's corpse in a crimescene photo)

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New Promo Thing

This makes me worry a great deal.

100% someone Bo cares about will die.

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I LOVE how they are like "Oh well, let's kiss again"

And then of course hottest kiss on the whole show:

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So far it seems the spoilers posted few months back are accurate. If So, then one more TamTam flashback, Bo/Tamsin, Kenzi/Dyson and then Lauren's "big" storyline are coming.


Next Episode it seems Kenzi will figure out a "Terrifying" secret of Trick's, we(and Bo) will meet Wanderer and then after Bo learns something from him, she will(willingly) throw the Fae world in disarray(there are set reports of Bo angrily proclaiming something to Trick in the Dal that leaves him shocked)?

Then in 10th episode we will see the aftermath of Bo's announcement, Kenzi will infiltrate human corporation(connection to Taft/Lauren?) and we learn what happened from the moment at the end of S3 to the moment Bo woke up in S4 explaining her announcement.

In 11th, Bo is being attacked by fae, Kenzi gets visited by someone she knew and Bo has to re-evaluate Trick as king of all bullshit.

My Guess is that even if Trick is not Wanderer, he might take over Una Mens or something(considering his reaction to them previously) and we will learn something horrible about him. It seems less and less likely for Wanderer to be "THE" Badguy and more like a "necessary evil". I still have the feeling that "Trick" is the "original" Loki.

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