All season long, Lost Girl has been doing a really good job of building up suspense. The Garuda has been a threat for several months now, so last night I was just about dying to see what would happen. If I hadn't been so excited, maybe I'd be less disappo more
The Garuda versus Bo and her blood united team was the mission in the season 2 finale of Lost Girl , " Flesh and Blood ." The Garuda didn't stand a chance, though the battle was not without some close calls.
While I never expected any of the core team more
We're almost to the end of the season! I'm enjoying the suspense, though I do hope there ends up being a good reason why the Garuda hasn't just come out and killed everyone before they could come up with a plan to defeat him. I also hope Lost Girl springs more
After the failed attempt to bring down the Garuda, the team mourned the loss of Ciara and positioned themselves to win the next battle on Lost Girl 's " Into the Dark ." The much awaited "talk" between Bo and Trick finally happened. Yes, Bo and Trick are more
We're getting close to the end of the season, and since the plot is speeding up I figure I should throw out a spoiler warning before we go too far: If you haven't been watching and intend to, maybe save this review until you're caught up. That said... I h more
The war is on! The Garuda made his move and it came at a horrible cost for the Fae in " Lachlan's Gambit ."
It's still not clear how The Garuda was able to see through Nadia, but the how doesn't really matter. The Garuda had an advantage of information more
With a war brewing between the Fae and the Garuda, in " Truth and Consequences " sacrifices were made. Heartbreaking decisions, but ultimately our beloved characters made the right choices. In order to win the Fae-Garuda war, the players realized that wor more
Helloooooo, Mr. Garuda! After months of waiting, we finally meet the big bad villain we've been hearing so much about! Well, kinda. We met him via possessed human, which is a pretty clever way to introduce a villain without having to actually introduce hi more