Vexed is the original pilot that sold Lost Girl to Showcase. It was commissioned in October 2008 and principal photography was completed in February 2009, one year and seven months (19 months) before the premiere of Lost Girl on Showcase on September 12, 2010.
In Vexed, Bo does not orally draw chi from anyone and in the sex-chi heal scene between her and Dyson her eyes do not turn blue when she feeds from the sexual energy; instead, her pupils become black and enlarge until her eyeballs become black.
During the Lost Girl panel Q&A at the 2013 Comicpalooza pop culture convention, Zoie Palmer revealed that after the completion of principal photography a problem with the film stock was discovered in post-production that necessitated the reshoot of the love scene between Bo and Lauren. You can see the differences in the hairstyle and eye makeup of Anna Silk between one scene (Bo and Lauren) and the scene that follows (Bo with Mayer).
The soundtrack during the rough sex scene with Dyson is "Sour Cherry" performed by The Kills, and during the sex scene with Lauren it is "Madman" performed by Clara Klein.
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