Lost Girl spoilers: Bo’s going to hell in ‘Destiny’s Child’

Lost Girl: Trick and Tamsin in Destiny's Child

Lost Girl returns on Sunday, January 12 with a brand new episode. Destiny’s Child sees Bo heading into the underworld to confront the shadowy Wanderer. Showcase have recently released a teaser clip for the episode, and here’s their official synopsis:

Bo resolves to go to hell and back to get the answers she’s been searching for, with or without her friends’ support. Meanwhile, Kenzi’s determined to uncover what Trick’s hiding.

In the corresponding video clip, we see Bo opening her dark jar filled with smoke. The smoke transforms into a man (as smoke tends to do), then the scene flicks to a forest glade where Bo sends an opponent into the ground before disappearing into the earth herself. It’s all a bit mind-bending, folks.

In the final scene, we see Bo in a cabin pulling a knife on someone else in the room and asking “Are you the Wanderer?”

Elsewhere, Kenzi and Tamsin manage to get on the wrong side of Trick when they confront him about his secret. He’s never usually angry, but he growls at the girls: “I don’t have time to explain myself to a human and a low life.” And he’s not using the word ‘human’ as a compliment either…

So, do you think the use of ‘hell’ in the synopsis is literally Hell with a capital H, or is it a metaphorical meaning? We’re guessing because Bo disappears into the ground that there’s some kind of underworld involved, but that’s pure speculation on our part! Also, who else is stoked to find out who the Wanderer is? Lost Girl has been teasing this out since Season 3, so it’ll be interesting to see the person who aligned Bo to the Dark Fae.

by Gerard McGarry on January 8th, 2014

Gerard is the founder and editor of Unreality TV. He writes about TV dramas as well as reality TV talent shows and is obsessed by sci-fi and Doctor Who. Follow him on Twitter @gerrybot or Google+

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