Persephone: “It’s important to let the light in, Bo. Sometimes it’s all that takes to keep the evil at bay.”
“Like Hell Pt. 2” is the April 24 episode of “Lost Girl.” Warning: this article does contain spoilers. “Lost Girl” airs Friday nights at 9 p.m. CT on Syfy.
Well, we took a twist into Greek mythology. Where did this come from? This is far from the world of the fae that we have spent four seasons getting to know. Even though Valhalla and Valkyries are Norse Mythology, they were introduced in terms of the face world. Honestly, this twist is just too strange and out there. To make this make more sense, there needs to be more explanation on how fae and the Greek gods exist in the same world. What did you think of this twist?
Alright, Hades aka Bo’s dad (still weird to comprehend) trick Bo into entering Tartarus and then didn’t really do anything. It was anti-climatic. The maze that Bo has to get through took her less than five seconds. Then, the big confrontation with her father featured Bo talking to an empty room up until the last two seconds when he tried to kill her.
Nothing really worked during this whole trip. It was just kind of weird. There were some great emotional moments, such as when Bo sees where Aife was kept and the drawing, and then when Bo broke down in the elevator after her dad tried to kill her. What’s your impression on the trip to Tartarus? Did you enjoy it?
Maybe this was all some sort of scam to get Bo to take the candle. Persephone claimed lighting it would let her family know that she was safe, but when Bo lit it, some weird businesswoman in an elevator also magically was holding a lit candle. Then there were screams and murderous sounds. Something’s not right about that candle.
Kenzi’s reunion with everyone is fun. It would have been nice to see more of her with Dyson and Trick, but her scenes with Lauren were fantastic. The two of them alone together is always fun to watch. They were the comic relief of the episode.
We got Kenzi back just to watch her go. It’s heartbreaking, especially since she would have been happier if she was in Valhalla married to Hale. Her reason for leaving made sense. She has been living in a world she doesn’t belong to, and it is time for her to be human and mourn the loss of Hale. Hopefully we haven’t seen the last of her.
Oh, we got an answer on why Tamsin acted so weird in Valhalla. She stated she was like a sleeper cell that woke up when she answered the phone. So, brainwashing was a good guess. It is great that we got an answer, and it didn’t have to be anything more than that one line.
What did you think of the episode? Leave me your thoughts in a comment below.