I beg to differ. The finale was [arguably] one of the best episodes of the season - at least when it comes to character consistency, which, by the way, is what the show is good at. Lost Girl is a soap opera jammed into a supernatural show.
By the time 2.19 aired, I knew it was too late for them to deliver a proper closure to the Garuda story-line which was never strong to begin with. The finale, however, was ultimately satisfying. Granted, I preferred 2.21 to the finale, which felt as rushed as 2.20 did. They should have used those useless Ryan centric episodes to proper develop the Garuda/Super Bo storyline instead of focusing on a character/relationship most didn't care about.
This episode did succeed in setting up season 3 quite nicely, be it with the darkness within Bo, Kenzi's "gift" from The Norn, Dyson's heart being restored and Bo's ever growing love for Lauren. I personally can not wait.
Um... What happened here? Did they toss in a bunch of subs to write this? Did they gather the night before airing and have a huge drinking party, trying to figure out the plot? Awfully dumb moves galore - and all the important details got lost along the way. I am very disappointed in this episode. Very.
I really enjoy the show, but this has to have been the biggest yawn of an episode in two seasons. Horribly predictable, melodramatic & juvenile. It seemed like something thrown together just to get it over. Does this mark the end?