Lost Girl: Season 4

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The fourth season of the drama about a supernatural seductress opens in a world where all memories of Bo (Anna Silk) have been expertly erased. When Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) and Dyson (Kris Holden-Reid) do eventually come to remember their friend and that she needs their help, Dyson has to travel between dimensions to find her. Back home, trick-dealing Massimo the Druid (Tim Rozon), the unscrupulous Vex (Paul Amos) and wicked Evony (Emmanuelle Vaugier) give the trio trouble. But it's the Una Mens that make life ...
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Overview

The fourth season of the drama about a supernatural seductress opens in a world where all memories of Bo (Anna Silk) have been expertly erased. When Kenzi (Ksenia Solo) and Dyson (Kris Holden-Reid) do eventually come to remember their friend and that she needs their help, Dyson has to travel between dimensions to find her. Back home, trick-dealing Massimo the Druid (Tim Rozon), the unscrupulous Vex (Paul Amos) and wicked Evony (Emmanuelle Vaugier) give the trio trouble. But it's the Una Mens that make life particularly difficult, beginning when they declare that they are no longer interested in Bo, contending she's aligned with the Dark. While Bo sets out to prove she's still a free agent, Kenzi finds romance with Hale (K.C. Collins), and appearances by Krampus, merpeople, zombies and George Takei keep everyone on their toes.
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Special Features

Cast roundtable: sneak peek behind the scenes; Lost Girl: inside look at season 4; Lost Girl panels at San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic Con
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2014
  • UPC: 704400091193
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  • Source: Funimation Prod
  • Region Code: A
  • Language: English
  • Time: 9:32:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 8,239

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  • Posted July 13, 2014

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    Lost Girl season four could have been a great year for this show

    Lost Girl season four could have been a great year for this show with everything that was building up in season 3 finale and the big cliffhanger season 3 left us with but in the end season 4 was Lost Girl biggest season upset ever. Now I would say season four dose have some good build surrounding what happen to Bo our story lead character and the mystery on who The Wonderer is was all done good but after the reveal on who he is that were season 4 goes all downhill. If I had to say season four greatest strength all the way throughout season four its Ksenia Solo who plays Kenzi in Lost Girl Bo greatest friend and overall the one character that really bring the humor throughout each season. Kenzi character goes through a bit of struggle in season four with her trying to find her place among the Fae world while also dealing with a druid by the name of Massimo who may end up being Kenzi greatest threat. There were some good ideas with Lost Girl season four but overall what season four did in there final three episodes of season 4 may end of destroying the show depending on season 5 plays out. If you fan of Lost Girl then you’re most likely gong to watch season four but if you’re not a fan of Lost Girl then I would say not sure if I would recommend it after season four because this show pretty much destroyed a lot of what made this show so enjoyable in the first.

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