“Lost Girl” Rewind Mini-Cap (4.01): In Memoriam


Greetings and salutations, humans, Fae and otherwise. Welcome to your Lost Girl Rewind Mini-Caps. These will follow the U.S. broadcast of the series for Syfy viewers who are just joining the fun of Season 4. Of course, those who have already been playing along are also welcome to relive the magic, so to speak. We’ll use screencaps, captions and your tweets to mini-cap each episode. And be sure to refer back to the previously posted full recaps for each episode because there’s no such thing as too much Boobs O’Clock.

When last we saw Bo she was engulfed in a cloud of black smoke. When first we see the rest of the gang Kenzi is proving her commitment to Sparkle Motion and everyone is kissing the wrong person. But, seriously, what?


Welcome aboard the crackship season. I hope you’ve taken your Dramamine because these seas are choppy and teeming with every imaginable (and unimaginable) combination of hook-ups your feverish fandom brain could ever dream up, starting with Kenzi and Dyson.

But, hey, no worries. It’s all just a collective memory loss caused by something big and bad to make them forget Bo ever existed. So Kenzi hasn’t broken any cardinal BFF rules by making time with Marmaduke. Though good luck finding mints to combat that dog breath. Everyone–Kenzi, Dyson, Hale, Trick, Vex, Lauren–heck, even that waitress from the first season–have been mind swiped.


So how will they get it back? By dancing, duh. Dyson, Kenzi and Hale head to some fancy smantzy ball to meet the Collector who will give them some fancy smantzy compass to make them all stop making out with the wrong person.

But first, hide yo kids, hide yo wife, hide yo dog, hide yo movie reels because who should be at this party but Jenny Freaking Schecter. She’s a nymph, we’re frightened. Heck, Jenny is more frightening than these Una Mens everyone keeps talking about. I mean, did they ever adopt a terminally ill shelter dog in an elaborate ploy to get closer to the girlfriend of the writer who gave their book a bad review in an effort to get back at her in the most messed up way possible? Yeah, I think not.


At the party the Dyson-Kenzi-Hale triangle no one saw coming does a ménage a trois on the dance floor. Props to Ksenia Solo, who gets to show off her years of dance experience. I bet they didn’t even have to practice this lift in a lake.


Their dance wins Kenzi an audience with the Collector who just happens to be George Takei. When Lost Girl promises an LGBTnerdsplsion, it delivers.

Oh, I’m sorry, you wanted things to get even gayer? Because here comes Vex who is trying to stop our trio from getting everyone’s memory back so he can hold onto his power as the new Morrigan. He ends up losing in a Siren v. Mesmer showdown for the ages. Well, at least no one can beat his outfit.


Takei turns out to be a real snake, but Kenz and company manage to take him down and everyone gets their memory back. Everyone including Lauren who is wearing some tragic outfit while waiting tables at an even more tragic little diner in the middle of nowhere. The tragedy of her wig, however, will never be surpassed.








When the Bo is away, the Kenzi will play.



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