The title of episode 5.6 is Clear Eyes, Fae Heart. This is a reference to the line “Clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose.” from FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, and there are indications that the episode may involve the Toronto Argos football team. The episode was written by Sandra Chwialkowska, who also wrote Adventures in Fae-bysitting and The Kenzi Scale, and much of it was shot outdoors,
Episode 5.7 (title still unknown) may have begun shooting on 9 June, when this warning was posted for LOST GIRL cast: “PLEASE NOTE: We will be using lightning strikes throughout the episode. Refrain from looking directly at the lights, as it can cause serious eye damage.”
Tammy Gillis (Marissa in Table for Fae) will be Paula in STOLEN FROM THE WOMB (originally EMPTY CRADLE), a Lifetime movie inspired by true events. In it, a pregnant woman (played by Alyssa Oleynik) is kidnapped by a woman who cannot have children (Laura Mennell), and forced to give birth, after which the baby is stolen. It will premiere on LIFETIME Saturday 21 June at 8pm. (STOLEN FROM THE WOMB will also air at noon, 7pm, and 11pm on 22 June.)
Gillis will also be Nina in the Hallmark movie THE WRITE MAN, due to air sometime in 2015, which stars Amy Acker (Fred Burkel on ANGEL) and Dylan Bruce (Paul Dierden of ORPHAN BLACK)
— mg (@thatthingofwhen) May 17, 2014
Though Rachel Skarsten presented Emmanuelle Vaugier with a birthday cake at Denver Comic Con on 15 June, Vaugier’s birthday is actually 23 June.
- 3 July – 2pm – The Rigours and Pleasures of Serial TV
- 4 July – 1pm – It’s All About Relationships
- 5 July – 5pm – Get Personal with the Lost Girl Cast
Seth Cooperman tweeted that his ping pong match with his wife Anna Silk, which was scheduled for 13 June, had been rescheduled because Silk was too busy shooting a scene. In the only match result revealed in the LOST GIRL table tennis tournament thus far, Kris Holden Ried defeated Rachel Skarsten.
The tweet on the right about Dulcis Succubus beer was posted by showrunner Michael Grassi.