Synopsis: When Trick takes matters into his own hands to foresee the future, he runs the risk of revealing too much to the wrong Fae. Meanwhile, a furious Bo confronts The Ash about a betrayal… and is stunned by his response.
Written by: Steve Cochrane Directed by: Paolo Barzman Original Airdate: December 18, 2011
What the bleeding hell is with Nate? I really feel like they just threw him into the story to give Kenzi something to/screen time. I just feel like it's nothing but "ermahgerd we have the deepest love evar because I thought you were cool when I was 6, and haven't seen you since". I just. It seems so fucking pointless. Am I wrong?
I feel like it was probably more to give her the choice. So that she had to choose between some deep connection (love) and a chance at a normal life beyond the fae, and Bo. There were other ways they could've done it, but at least they actually built it up a bit. "Why do you care so much!?"
Yea, I know in part it was to give Kenzi that choice of an out but I feel like their basis for a relationship was such bullshit. If I saw someone I knew 15 years before, I'd be like "oh hey" while thinking I don't know a thing about that person. I don't know maybe it's me but it's frustrating that they go back to that kid-next-door reasoning soooo many times.
There were other ways they could've done it, but at least they actually built it up a bit.
I do like how Bo pushed her to find her own happiness even thought it cost her to do so... and I love how they bonded afterward even more so with Bo confessing that she really did need her. "And I wonder...can you really know yourself without memory? I mean, can you really know what you want?" - Bo Dennis, "Of All the Gin Joints"