Lost Girl Season 3 Episode 4 | Watch Lost Girl Season 3 Episode 4 Online
Lost Girl Season 3 Episode 4 is next. Watch Lost Girl Season 3 Episode 4 Online as he Garuda was on the verge of destroying faedom until succubus Bo (Anna Silk) and her friends -- Dyson (Kris Holden-Ried), Kenzi (Ksenia Solo), Lauren (Zoie Palmer), Trick (Richard Howland) and Hale (K.C. Collins) -- managed to vanquish their ancient adversary. Victory came with a high price tag, though. Love was lost. Lives were sacrificed. Secrets were revealed and Bo embraced her dark side. In the aftermath, surely things have calmed down enough for the gang to pick up the pieces and catch their breath, right? Not exactly.
When the third season of "Lost Girl" kicks off on January 6 (on Showcase in Canada; Jan. 14 on SyFy in the US), there will be a mysterious new fae named Tamsin ("Birds of Prey"'s Rachel Skarsten) in town. An imminent threat is also looming and Bo has been acting kind of strange lately...
On the final day of filming for season 3, Silk, Holden-Ried, Solo, Palmer, Howland and Skarsten gathered on set to tease what's to come in the third year of "Lost Girl."
So far, Tamsin's true fae nature is heavily classified, but there's no denying her presence is integral to the season's overall arc; she'll be shaking up the group dynamic. For now, though, Tasmin's blood-stained white blouse and a scene involving her mortally wounded friend are good indications of how dire the circumstances are.
"Tamsin comes in to the mix and you're not really sure what her motivations are," explains Skarsten. "While she's very direct, blunt, bold and says it like it is and has absolutely no social grace whatsoever, there's a whole other side to her and all these deeper levels that are uncovered as the season goes along. There's a real vulnerability there that I've enjoyed discovering myself."
Much like Bo, Tamsin has some mommy issues. This time around, that parental figure will be played by sci-fi royalty and "Lost Girl" guest-star, Linda Hamilton. "It was really neat," offers Skarsten about sharing screen time with Hamilton. "Her movie, 'The Terminator,' was made before I was born. That little film. I've obviously seen it and to actually meet her and for her to be so beautiful ... she's not only talented, but she's a real treat. That was a real pleasure. I felt totally honoured because everyone is here all the time and I just fly into the show and get to work with this awesome lady."Meanwhile, Dyson is assigned the same case with his new partner, the Dark Fae Tasmin. Dyson calls Bo into the station after realizing she is also on the case and Tasmin starts to interrogate her about a man she killed during the black out, also a Dark Fae. Bo denies this murderous act and tries to tell Dyson and Tamsin about an alligator Fae, Atticus, that she and Kenzie met, along with the strange disease that had affected tons of the Fae.
On her way home, Bo runs into Ozzie who doesn’t remember a thing about his recent abduction. Bo takes him to the Dal because his nose starts to bleed. Luckily, Trick has something to magically uncover the truth of the unconscious to see what happened.
It turns out Ozzie was taken to a shipyard with tons of other Fae, so Kenzie and Bo race there. Dyson learns that these Fae were only meant to be relocated, not quarantined, so he goes to the shipyard to meet Kenzie and Bo. He arrives in the nick of time because his chief, Hamlin, has captured the girls in order to enslave them and feed off them forever. Atticus, the blind alligator Fae, hears Hamlin talking and attacks Hamlin to get back at him for killing Atticus’ wife and child. As he kills Hamlin, the others run away to safety and Hale relocates all the missing Fae to a safe locale.
All would seem well at this point, however during a session with a Weaver Fae, to find out why Bo has nightmares, the Weaver sees something too terrible to say out loud and runs out before Bo gets any real answers.