Lost Girl: (Dis)Members Only
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Lost Girl: (Dis)Members Only Review:
Enter Meow Meow!
By Tyler Olson
The client this week was a friend from Kenzi's past, who just happened to be working at the Country Club where employees would go missing. Most importantly, we learnt that Kenzi used to go by Meow Meow, and this kitty doesn't let her friends go without help. For some reason, I have a sneaking suspicion that Kenzi used to dress like Catwoman frequently.
Once at the Country Club, the game of Clue started right away, with Meow Meow showing off her really smooth cat-like reflexes – my knocking everything over and making a complete mess. The writers did a great job at keeping us viewers guessing right till the very end. Since there were so many people involved in the crime, it was hard to figure out who was involved in what way. The crazy golf club lady didn't help. With the previous murders, I never expected it to be someone in the kitchen. I guess I haven't been watching Under Siege lately. Never trust a cook.
I was a bit surprised to see Hale seemingly interested in Kenzi. Romantic relationships are forbidden between Fae and Humans, so I not too sure if he is starting on his road to going rogue too. They both do have a lot in common, so I expect more flirting between these two before it is over.
It does look like Bo's attention to Dyson has finally paid off, since he is finally ready to pop the bottle of secrets. Trick didn't seem too pleased with it, though. Typically, Dyson's luck ran out too quickly and Saskia paid him a very deadly visit before he could tell Bo. Is Saskia, or Eve or Eva (it was hard to make the name out) Bo's mother? That would explain why she was so interested in Bo.
With Bo having a new trick up her sleeve, and a very hurt lover in her arms, her vengeance is likely going to come very swiftly. I can't wait to see how large the body count will be when it is all over.
Reviewers Rating: 4/5
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