"I Fought the Fae (and the Fae Won)" is the second episode of season two of the supernatural fantasy series Lost Girl and the fifteenth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Steve DiMarco with a script written by series creator Michelle Lovretta. It first aired in Canada on Syfy on Sunday, September 11th, 2011 at 9:00 pm. In addition to the main cast, this episode includes guest appearances by K.C. Collins as Hale, Rick Howland as Trick, Natalie Brown as Sabine Purcell, Vincent Walsh as Lachlyn, and Conrad Coates as the Black Thorn.

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  • This episode is production code number 202.
  • All production crew members and cast members are listed in the appearance in which they are credited in the episode.
  • Executive producer Jay Firestone is credited at the end of the episode.

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  • The title of this episode is taken from the song, "I Fought the Law" by Sonny Curtis of the Crickets. A more popular version of the song was recorded by the Bobby Fuller Four in 1966, which includes the famous lyric, "I fought the law, and the law won". The song was also covered by The Clash in 1979.

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