Bulshar’s ring makes Widow Mercedes (Dani Kind) into a healthy platinum blonde.
Both Rosita (Tamara Duarte) and Bobo decide (independently of one another) that revenants are never going to get a fair shake from Wynonna and the gang. Bobo tries to make a deal with the newly awakened Bulshar (the demon formerly known as Sheriff Clootie) to avoid spending the afterlife in hell, and Rosita, instead of assisting Wynonna in the birthing process, attacks Waverly and tries to steal the baby. The attempted baby-napping fails, and Rosita suffers no immediate consequences. (Perhaps the Earps feel a bit guilty about using Rosita as a guinea pig to create an antidote for widow poison.) Bobo (Michael Eklund) is impaled by Doc on something wooden. (Bobo’s telekenetic abilities only enable him to move metal objects.) He was then deposited at the bottom of the well where Doc had been imprisoned for a century. Holliday puts a wooden cover on the well to keep Bobo in, but what’s to prevent some of Bobo’s revenant friends from removing the cover and fishing him out of there? Continue reading →
Tamsin (Rachel Skarsten) and Tad (Scott Cavalheiro), some ‘low-hanging fruit’ she will share with Bo.
TAMSIN [to Tad]: “Frank, you’re in luck. My roomie’s back, and she’s hornier than a monkey with eight dicks.”
Tamsin is a wise-cracking ambulant battery pack for Bo. They make a great team.
Photo of Piper, Marks mother.
When the possessed body of Elizabeth Helms (Amanda Walsh) left the clinic at the end of last episode, the other two similarly affected bodies left as well. Dyson is investigating three unconnected killings that occurred about the same time. It takes him an amazingly long time to figure out that three missing corpses and three unexplained killings might be connected.
In a scenario probably arranged by Trick, Vex (Paul Amos) assists Trick in subduing would-be attackers behind the Dal, and then Trick puts Vex and Dyson together. Since Dyson hates Vex, this would make more sense if Trick had previous knowledg about Dyson’s son being in town and that Dyson’s finding that out would make him understand Vex’s relationship with Massimo.
Lauren is left holding the plug for Evony’s little Tank of Cthulhu
Last episode ended with a Fae unnecessarily killing a human. This one begins the same way. A hunter (Aaron Poole) is stalking Mark, a homeless and somewhat Kenzi-like fellow, about to take a bus out of town. The hunter fires an arrow through the bus window and kills Maggie (Michelle Mylett) in the next seat. The hunter does not take another shot. Later, in another location, the hunter tries to shoot Mark (?) again, and hits Bo in the shoulder. Once Bo is down, the hunter has a clear shot at Mark (Luke Bilyk) for several seconds. He does not take it. The arrow that hit Bo had a Fae tracking device attached that Lauren had to remove from Bo’s shoulder. Was it meant to track Bo, or Mark? And to what end?
Michelle Mylett as Maggie, the second attractive, innocent human victim in two episodes.
Bo is not hard to track. She is the one and only unaligned succubus. She hangs out at the Dal. Her address is on flyers for the detective agency. Apparently Mark is not hard to track, either, since he has been shot at twice in two different locations. Why the tracker?
Bo lures Hunter Guy to her place where Lauren hits him with tranquilizer darts. This time he is armed with a knife. We learn that Dyson is Mark’s dad, but before learning that, Bo sleeps with Mark, Once she finds out, she decides to keep this encounter secret from Dyson. She tells Tamsin, who promises to keep the secret, but Fae live a long time, and how long do you imagine it will be before Mark and his dad get drunk together and Mark lets something slip? Tamsin has been known to imbibe a bit herself and she and Dyson are buddies. If Bo really wants to keep this from Dyson, she might need to take Mark (and Tamsin) to see Dr. Snook from In Memoriam (LG 4.1).
Lauren has lunch with Evony (Emmanuelle Vaugier) to get her to sign for a new clinic security system, something no one apparently thought would be needed until nurse Lisa (Nadine Djoury) was killed. Sensing that Lauren might be up to something, the former leader of the Dark shows up at the clinic the next day with something that sounds (from her description) a bit like Cthulhu in a small tank. She points out how dangerous the thing is, and implies that it might be released should Lauren fail to find a way to restore Evony’s fae-ness.
At episode’s end, Dyson lines up the tattoos in the photos of the ritual killing victims and walks away too soon to realize that by doing so he has summoned something.
Lauren jokes with Evony’s British servant, played by David Occhipinti
Evony (Emmanuelle Vaugier) rides dramatically into Season 5 of LOST GIRL on horseback
Scott Cavalheiro (Tad, the dude whose name keeps escaping Tamsin) is Johnny Dawson in THE SCAREHOUSE, a horror flick which had a December Toronto theatrical release. It won Best Feature at the 2014 New York City Horror Film Festival. The film centers on two friends who throw a Halloween party for their former sorority sisters, with revenge in mind.
Alan Catlin (the bus driver) will be Ari Schnurr in the film LET’S RAP. Meghan Heffern (Tabitha the suicide fae from Fae-de to Black) is also in the cast. It’s a comedy about a brother and sister (played by Rachel Wilson and Brendan Gall) who are quick-witted but incompetent aspiring talk show hosts. No definite release date yet.