Why do they continue with the Dyson and Bo I question.
The love stories that we have come across this season have one constant in which one they mirror. It is always Bo and Lauren. The Jumbee and Nicholas, a human fell in love with a Fae and stays in the relationship when they find out. Then the tragic lovers, which so mirror the relationship between Bo and Lauren.
Marcus, this time he parallels what Bo could become. The darkness, the anger, the rage. That will what she becomes is she were to surrender to the Darkness. I think it has become clear in this episode that whatever control the Wanderer has over Bo, it is enough to influence her to darkness.
Her heart is not Dark, but her blood is. If she were to surrender then we would see a creature similar to Marcus. She would become like Dark Bo, angry and out of control. Doing whatever she wanted. Harming whoever she wanted.
Bianca, she attempted to bring her lover back, only for her to have to kill him in order to prevent him from becoming something that he is not. She is like Lauren, she found freedom in love, she found freedom to fight again at the point when she would have given up otherwise. When we first meet Lauren, she was dead, she was little more then a robot. As she fell in love with Bo, we saw a person who was slowly starting to awaken, starting to feel again.
Despite what we saw in the last little bit, that was not Dyson and Bo’s story. Finding freedom in love? Does that sound familiar? Lauren. There was a reason that Bo knew what had happened, and it was because of the necklace she found. ‘For giving me the freedom to love.’ The fact that Lauren fell in love with her gave her the courage to fight, to fight for her freedom. To set in motion some plan that we don’t know about again.
Weak after weak we see love stories that parallel the one Bo and Lauren are starting on. They are star-crossed lovers. They are Juliet and Juliet. Although whether they end in tragedy or not, is not something we can yet predict.
You could make an argument for Dyson and Bo. But it quickly falls apart. Why does Bianca match Dyson? He was never enslaved, he was never about to give up the fight. Lauren was a slave, Lauren was about to give up. Lauren will do anything for Bo. She will fight for her. I gurantee you, if her safety were to be comprimised. Lauren would not hesitate to act.
Another thing. During the Dyson and Bo sex she growled at him for telling her what to do. She wasn’t looking at him. Pretending he was someone else? Perhaps. We never saw this with Lauren and her initiated at the same time. It was mutual want, mutual desire.
Bo is using and manipulating Dyson. Notice how she comes onto him after Lauren rejects her? When she doesn’t know if Lauren’s okay? When she saw Bianca. She saw Lauren.
Lauren doesn’t want her fighting for her freedom, but Bianca does. Bo takes the opportunity to help her. The situation reminds her of Lauren.
Notice when Dyson echoes, nobody owns you? The thing she said to Lauren there first time. She echoes Lauren, saying she’s not free. The slave has become the enslaved, and the slave has become free.
Doccubus. It’s endgame. The love stories we see, both have ended in tragedy, star-crossed lovers. The writers of Lost Girl love their parallels. Each of these has paralled Bo and Lauren, not Dyson. Lauren.
All of these couples were together. They may have died together, but they were still together in the end.
Although that’s what worries me. Doccubus is endgame. That is getting harder and harder to deny. Bo is loosing the fight to her genetics, to her Fae nature. Lauren is the only one who can bring her back, just like Bianca attempted to do with Marcus. Except she failed, so instead she sacrificed her life to end his.
Bo does not want to be a monster, we saw that when she asked Kenzi to end it at the end of season two if she were to surrender to her power. If this story keeps going in the direction then instead of Kenzi it will be the lover who constantly tries to protect and defend. Who is that lover always paralled to?
Lauren. It is always Lauren. These stories. These tragedies. They keep coming back to Bo and Lauren. Always those two. Always the forbidden couple. Human and Fae. Dark and Unaligned. Free and Enslaved. Always opposite, yet always in balance, in harmony.
Darkness, Bo and Light, Lauren. Yin and Yang. One cannot exist without the other. They balance and ground. Why else would Lauren bring Bo back? Trigger her protective instinct?
They’re endgame. There’s no other reason for them to keep setting up these parallels. Bianca fell in love and found freedom, just as Lauren has. Bo is loosing herself to anger and rage, just as Marcus did.
Hopefully when Lauren brings Bo back, it ends much better then the last two stories have. But still if Lost Girl loves it’s parallels and they keep ending this story the same way, with the two lovers who represent Lauren and Bo together.
Then there’s no reason for them not to be considered endgame.