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Instant Chemistry: Bo and Dyson on Lost Girl “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Fae” 

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Ok, ok. Bo has chemistry with everyone she meets but so far her interest in Dyson hasn’t killed him and that’s gotta count for something, right? Their chemistry is insane. I know it’s only the second episode but it just keeps getting better every week. In “It’s A Fae, Fae, Fae, Fae World” Dyson tells Bo to kiss him as she’s about to face her test. She’s not sure how to handle that demand until Dyson tells her she’ll need all the strength she can get; she should take some of his. And after that doozy of a liplock, Dyson’s a little weak but Bo is pumped. She described the kiss as a 4th of July in her mouth. Very evocative. But she can’t believe he was able to push her away – no one’s ever done that before. It seems like they’re having a moment until he says something she doesn’t like and she calls him a name. I wasn’t expecting too much from tonight’s episode in terms of Bo and Dyson. I thought theirs would be like a somewhat normal courtship, but if we learned one thing tonight it’s that Fae aren’t like humans. At all.

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Even though he’s technically not supposed to be helping her, Dyson can’t seem to help himself in “Where There’s a Will, There’s a Fae.” When she shows up at his job he wants to know how she got in so easily. Doesn’t he know she can get whatever she wants? All she has to do is touch someone and turn on that feminine charm. In this case all she had to do was tell the guys she was Dyson’s girlfriend. He tells her he’s surprised to see her so soon even though he did offer to help her if she needed it. He assumes she’s hungry and may go on a killing spree but Bo just wants help with her “case.” He’s the only Fae she trusts.

Dyson decides it’s time to take her to Trick’s bar, The Dal, for a Fae education. It’s neutral ground for Light and Dark Fae. Trick asks Bo about her mother and father but Bo only knows the name of her adoptive parents. Trick actually knows more than Bo does about her parents: they’re both Fae. Children born of only one Fae parent are born without Fae abilities. Bo also learns a little more about the century old grudge match between the Light and Dark Fae. A war would wipe out the humans as well as the Fae. They choose to stay under the radar because it’s more comfortable for them to remain a myth. All Bo’s questions are causing problems but she just wants to know why her real parents dumped her.

After Bo kills an assassin sent after her client, she goes to see Dyson at The Dal. It’s a problem for Bo to bring a human in the bar, but it’s not as big of a deal after Bo claims Kenzi. Did you notice how much she touches him in the bar? Bo grabs Dyson’s arm to pull him away from the bar and she helps Dyson turn around faster by pushing him. When they’re looking at the body in the trunk of her car they’re hands are actually touching. Yes, something is wrong with me. Apparently, I notice the little things when it comes to these two. Dyson pulls her aside to caution her again. He’s worried about her living in a world she doesn’t understand. He doesn’t want to see her get hurt or killed. Bo says getting in touch with Lauren will help her take the edge off her craving. He tells her there are other ways to deal with her problem but Bo doesn’t want to owe the Light Fae anything. So against his better judgement, he gives Bo the doctor’s number.

Bo doesn’t want to get anyone into trouble but she tells Lauren she needs some help. It would be better if they didn’t have to hide their interactions, but Lauren has developed something she used to treat an incubus. The shot will take the edge off but it will also prevent Bo from being able to heal. And, of course, her case puts in in the line of fire. After she’s injured she tells Kenzi she needs to see Dyson. And although she admits she hasn’t thought it through, she tells him this is the only way she can heal. Dyson knows what she needs and Bo tells him she’ll find someone else to help her (although she is a bit worried about killing him) so she and Dyson have sex. Hot. I seriously love these two.

Lost Girl airs Mondays at 10/9c on Syfy.

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