Teen Wolf: Paralysis Analysis (PHOTO RECAP)

Teen Wolf S02E04: "Abomination"


Earlier this week while I was searching for the orca that murdered my brother, it occurred to me that we're already A THIRD of the way through Teen Wolf Season 2! I'm telling you, these 12-episode seasons are NO JOKE. The main advantage of short seasons (and why networks should adopt them as standard operating procedure) is they allow writers the luxury of keeping things focused and tight. No useless three-episode arcs involving estranged mother witches or hunks who practice voodoo out of garages. Nope, just the main story, thanks! Teen Wolf spent the first three episodes of the season in a tizzy, setting up new characters, concepts, and relationships. But "Abomination" was all about taking these chess pieces and placing them on the board. (Question: Does talking about chess make me sound smart? Follow-up question: What is chess?) So while it can be argued that not a ton of story development happened this week, we definitely learned a lot more about our villain(s), the various warring factions, and the obvious collision course everyone seems to be on. In other words, like any fourth episode in a 12-episode season, "Abomination" was way more about set-up than pay-off. HOLD UP BRB just got a hot lead on that orca!

Just kidding, I'll get him later. First let's talk about Teen Wolf!

We began where last week left off: Scott in the vet's office just on the verge of learning how his boss factors into this whole thing:

But psych!! The veterinarian dude was not in any mood to divulge much of anything. The best we got was that he admitted to being aware of werewolves and knowledgeable of reptoid abominations and uh-oh go hide while I deal with these hunters.

As the Argents were made aware, this dude was definitely killed by something with sharp claws and a bad attitude. But the most important part was that it used some kind of venom to paralyze the victim before murdering him. What an awful way to die!

Anyway, in case you were wondering, that cold open totally didn't count. Teen Wolf prides itself on its horror-movie cold opens, so this next scene was the official cold open: Stiles getting his car repaired at an eerily underlit auto body shop:

Haha this mechanic! I bet the name tag on his coveralls just said "LOL." I mean come on:

He looked like something out of a 1990s gay porno! Oh, Teen Wolf, never change.

Anyway, after some light-hearted bickering in which the '90s gay porno mechanic revealed he was super smart and that Stiles would probably be paying more for repairs than the Jeep was worth, Stiles accidentally touched some slime on a doorknob and slowly became paralyzed.

Meanwhile, a shadowy lizard creature ALSO paralyzed the '90s gay porno mechanic and forced the hydraulic lift to lower down and crush him!

All Stiles could do was watch from the floor, and suddenly he had a terrifying up-close encounter with this thing:

Yikes! It ended up leaving Stiles alone (as all right-thinking monsters SHOULD), but the '90s gay porno mechanic wasn't so lucky. Oh well, just another murder Stiles had to witness firsthand and then lie about to his father. Total hassle.

Meanwhile Allison tried to sneak out to visit Scott, but got sidetracked by a growly old man in her driveway. In the span of about five seconds, he helpfully informed her that he carried a mysterious leather-bound journal with him at all times, and oh yeah, he takes a million pills a day. Cool, I'd forgotten about that! I'm sure it won't come into play later, so nevermind. Then Grandpa Argent kind of shouted in Allison's face, making her swear that she was trustworthy. Ugh, old people, they are total junkies for medicine and respect from young people.

Meanwhile in Derek's underground lair, Isaac and Erica were doing parkour and Derek was swatting them to the ground while Boyd was just sitting on some stairs probably daydreaming about his Zamboni.

Basically Derek was being a real jerk! He claimed he was just trying to make them better able to protect themselves against the hunters, but still. Maybe intentionally breaking the arm of a kid who was ritualistically abused by his father is not the coolest thing to do? Just wondering. Anyway, the best part was when Derek finished yelling at the kids and then turned around walked into his abandoned subway car. In my opinion, it doesn't matter how serious or powerful your words are, if you end your speech by turning around and walking into an abandoned subway car then people probably won't listen to anything you've just said. Can you imagine if Abraham Lincoln concluded his Gettysburg Address by turning around and walking into an abandoned subway car? Pretty sure there'd be two Americas right now if he'd done that. Just a tip, Derek! Maybe don't turn around and walk into an abandoned subway car until at least bedtime.

Meanwhile Lydia was NOT having a good morning. First she overslept, which as we all know can really ruin a day. But also when her mom Mrs. Lockwood came in to rouse her, she discovered Lydia had BLED all over her expensive designer sheets!

It turned out her knuckles were bleeding real bad. And possibly related—but let's not jump to conclusions here—the bedroom mirror was busted!

Who did itttt??? Anyway, from there Lydia opted to get some help from the guidance counselor but not before exchanging some banter with a new kid:

Who was this guy, and why did the camera keep cutting back to him during Lydia's session with the counselor? Just one more candidate to go on the "Alright, Who's The Dang Reptoid?" list.

Meanwhile Jackson was still investigating himself (don't judge, wouldn't YOU?) and decided to turn over his sleeping footage to noted tech guru Danny for a second opinion. It should go without saying that Danny opted to share his findings with Jackson only minutes before that night's lacrosse game. Clearly the game was a big priority for everyone.

Anyway, lo and behold: The camera had been tampered with! It seemed that someone had looped the footage to SEEM like Jackson had slept through the night but a continuity glitch proved otherwise.

You can't really see the continuity glitch in this still frame, but I figured you'd want to see it anyway. Just trying to be helpful!

P.S. This dude is on the lacrosse team also? But he doesn't play, he just takes pictures? No idea. All I know is he was wearing a team jersey and he had a memory card full of Allison's face. Whatever. Good luck in life, guy.

Meanwhile Stiles and Lydia had a nice moment. She was out sobbing in her car because that's basically the second most important purpose of cars. They're mobile crying zones. Anyway, he made her roll down her window and listen to his heartfelt words of encouragement and flattery. And it seemed to work! She cheered up a bit, but really, what kind of monster wouldn't be cheered up by the presence of Stiles? Anyway, he had to cut it short because he was in the middle of a mission to infiltrate Grandpa Argent's office because haha I forgot he was the school principal now! Anyway, Stiles needed to find that leather bound book because it most likely had some kind of information about the reptilian creature.

Oh, and can we talk about this lacrosse game for a second? Did any of it make any sense at any point? It used to be that lacrosse games on this show seemed like they might be actual athletic events, but now are they just cartoons? So, okay. The other team had a really big player, right? And then suddenly all the Beacon Hills lacrosse players got injured and they ran out of players? So the coach straight-up enlisted audience members to suit up and hit the field? And it just so happened that newborn werewolf Boyd was suddenly a lacrosse fan and decided it was his time to shine? And meanwhile Stiles and the photographer dude were wandering around not playing and Scott seemed to be a lousy player without his werewolf abilities? It was this big huge mess of a sequence, if we're being honest. But whatever, at least it wasn't boring!

Oh, but then the huge dude on the other team broke Scott's leg.

Fortunately Scott healed quickly and stood up and then Grandpa Argent invited him to dinner. Because WHAT? All right, it's pretty clear none of these people like lacrosse anymore. R.I.P. Beacon Hills lacrosse team! You had a good run.

Anyway, inside the high school Erica interrupted Stiles as he was rummaging around the principal's office and she dragged him into the swimming pool area for no reason whatsoever except to place him in close proximity to the swimming pool area. Apparently Derek and Erica had teamed up to uncover the mystery of the reptile monster like a coupla supernatural detectives or whatever. Anyway, again, this conversation didn't make sense because everyone was the on same page yet Derek still had to deflate basketballs in a threatening manner in order for Stiles to discuss the matter? Relax, Derek, you're just ruining school property for no reason now.

But before they knew it, they were interrupted by the reptile creature!

It knocked Erica right on her duff and also stung Derek, rendering him paralyzed from the neck down. Thinking quickly, Stiles led him to the swimming pool and they both jumped in!

It was actually a pretty horrifying sequence because I'm guessing if you are ever being pursued by a reptilian abomination, you probably don't want to have to be treading water with 200-lbs of dead weight by your side. FORTUNATELY they discovered that the creature was NOT a fan of the water.

It wasn't clear if that's because it hates water or maybe it just doesn't like chlorine or maybe it doesn't like bodies of water in which hundreds of students pee on a daily basis? Who even knows. I'm no crypto-zoologist. It seemed cool with the rain a few nights back, though.

Meanwhile at the Argent's house, Grandpa Argent had invited Scott over for dinner because he apparently didn't know that Scott was a werewolf and the whole thing was just a big awkwardfest. A real Fest D'Awkward.

But let's be real, in my opinion this whole scene was just about whatever was going on with Mrs. Argent. I could NOT take my eyes off her! Like, look:

R.I.P. ALL OTHER ACTORS in this scene. Mrs. Argent is the only thing I care about sometimes. What is even going ON with her? It's like, tell me everything, Mrs. Argent. And she does with one single glance. Anyway, the thing about this scene was that it was basically a sequel to the very good Season 1 dinner scene: Scott had been invited over by an unwitting enemy (Aunt Kate/Grandpa Argent), Mr. Argent was really intense, and Scott had to sneak into somebody's bedroom in order to retrieve whatever the F.

I LOVED this kitchen confrontation between Mr. Argent and Scott where they argued about who had more to lose should Scott's werewolfism be discovered. (Hint: Scott does.) But after that stand-off, they both grabbed plates of dessert in the most intense possible way and then brought them back to the table.

So good! Speaking of good, I bet you didn't know that werewolves were ace safe crackers!

After all this, Allison and Scott realized that the leather journal they'd been looking for was actually just some dumb recipe book (um, it's called THE INTERNET, grandpa). It was a classic MacGuffin Red Herring!

Meanwhile at the swimming pool Stiles had this dumb idea that he needed to reach his cell phone on the side of the pool in order to call Scott, but to do so he had to sort of drown Derek. Fortunately werewolves can't drown. Unfortunately Scott hung up on Stiles. Fortunately Scott realized that Grandpa Argent's "bestiary" journal was actually a PDF in a thumb drive currently hanging from the key ring in the principal's office. Unfortunately Stiles was really running out of go-go juice, treading water with an Alpha werewolf while a lizard creature hissed at them. Fortunately just as they were about to go under, Scott WHIPPED them right out of the pool and bared his fangs at the creature!

Whew! That was close. But the reptile creature was NOT happy and started throwing Scott all over the place.

Using some quick thinking, Scott realized that the creature couldn't bear to look at its own reflection!

Honestly, who among us couldn't relate to the creature in that very moment?

At this point Derek busted out tons of knowledge about the creature. Its proper classification is "Kenema" and it's a shape-shifter that's similar to werewolves but not as hunky. Scott reasonably suggested that everybody team up (including bringing the Argents in on it) in order to bring the sucker down, but Derek wasn't having it.

Meanwhile Scott went to go pick up his mom and suddenly found himself with a stomach full of steel! Old Grandpa Argent knew he was a werewolf after all! And as if to remind us that he's a total 100% villain, he literally twisted the knife and threatened harm upon Scott's mom. Plus all that growling, that was definitely villain behavior.

Poor Scott! Nobody said your hero's journey would be easy!

Good times. I'm glad everyone's basically on the same page now with regard to the Kenema (do I really have to call it that now?) so that the season can now progress toward its likely climax while freaking us out with twists along the way. As for WHO that thing is, this episode ruled out the (admittedly far-fetched) possibility that it's Grandpa Argent, but we did learn that both Lydia and Jackson were back to being likely candidates. Which in my opinion means that neither of them could possibly be the Kenema, so we're looking at either the photographer kid or one of the teachers or maybe the new kid that got all those close-ups earlier in this episode. I don't know, I'm not a psychic. (Anymore. Long story. Okay short story, a genie screwed me over.)

BYEEEEE


QUESTIONS:

... What was the best Stiles scene?

... Do you wish Mrs. Argent was your mom? Be honest.

... Updated guess re: the Kenema's identity?

... IS Jackson "everybody's type"?

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"Oh well, just another murder Stiles had to witness firsthand and then lie about to his father. Total hassle."

"You can't really see the continuity glitch in this still frame, but I figured you'd want to see it anyway. Just trying to be helpful!"

Hahaha <3 you. :)
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-Stiles letting Derek sink

-Hell no.

- Creepy chem teacher

- Hell yes. But he's a jerk...
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Tyler Posey said in an interview that near the end of episode 5 we will learn about the reptile creature and find out who it is. I can't wait.
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- Stiles is Da Man!

- Erm... she actually reminds me of my grand mother and my granny usually gave me nightmares so thanks but no thanks

- Kenema is way too close to Enema... silly name! it is definitely somebody we know since Stiles says it knows/recognized him...

- Jackson is cute until he opens his mouth LOL!
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First of all, I wish, Mrs, Argent had been the nanny for my son when he hit the terrible twos! That would have spared me a lot of nerves!

And now that Grandpa Argent is out of the picture for the role of the Swamp Thing 2012 I just realized that Mrs. Argent has the most intense look I've ever seen. Kind of reptilian, don't you think?

It can't be Lydia nor Jackson that would be too easy and obvious. We can't rule out the chemistry teacher but that would be kind of lame. But then again it would be really hilarious if the Argents had themselves a little pet unbeknownst to them. ^^

I can't answer which Stiles scene is the best. I loved him in the pool scene with Derek. Go Stiles! Saving everybody's ass without any super powers!

And no thanks, Jackson isn't my type at all. He might be nice to look at but only on silent movies! I will admit that I have a thing for Derek but he purposely hurt that abused kid that dampened my enthusiasm for him a lot. He definitely needs to redeem himself for that a lot.
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The Lizard is 100% not Lydia-I-hate-my-reflection-and-I-don't-look-beautiful-when-I-cry. And it is not Jackson-I-adore-my-mirror-and-I'm-everybody's-type. TOO obvious.



It also can't be one of the new cast - this creatre REALLY knows Stiles very good, it just looked at him so attentively... So, I think it is this creeping Chemistry teacher. I just feel it. Boo!
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5 Internets say it is Lydia. Put your money on the table.
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How many times is Stiles going to save Dereks ass before Derek says "thanks, i wont kill you or make threats at you".
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Lydia! She's very vain, saw her monster-self in her bedroom mirror so smashed it. Stiles dotes on Lydia, and was spared in the garage - don't exactly remember the pool and Stiles scene though, was he spared again? Scott held up the mirror and the Kenema bounded outta there, like it was upset with its reflection. AND, something about she was supposed to turn while lost in the woods, but mysteriously didn't (I'm not remembering exactly), but had hallucinations and the wolfbane flower at the rink. Maybe redheads can't become werewolves, so they mutate into another shifter-monster LOL
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I think there are clues in the opening credits that say you win.
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I hope Issacc Boyd and Erica get more character development because I really loved their introductory stories. Their all very simpathetic and I don't like them being turned into faceless minions of Dereks lol. I started thinking Grandpa Argent would be the lizard thing but then he just turned into a cartoonish villian lol If he's staying around for awhile I hope he becomes more realistic. If he's gonna be like this I can't take him seriously! lol I love Stiles!! What a fantastic character!! I love his scenes with Derek!
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I totally agree with you on Isaac, Boyd and Erica. I really hope the writers don't go the mindless minion route, since Isaac and Erica in particular did seem like unlayered lackeys in this episode and in the previous one a bit too. They really set up such great stories for all of them, I would hate for them to become cliches or just convenient muscle. Erica's direction in particular is bugging me since they seem to be writing her as the evilish !sexy! minion cliche without any real connection to her old self present. I just want to see payoff and connection from the really sensitive groundwork the writers laid out for all of these guys. I'm definitely hoping for the best. There is still time, and this show has done pretty well so far making stellar characters (Stiles rules)!
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is it possible that peter hale is somehow resurrected as the kenema? he has something to do with lydia. maybe hes using her as a vessel to transform. just a thought
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I kind of WANT it to be, if only to see a showdown between him and Grandpa Argent. I wouldn't even place odds for who would be the winner in the end, I just want to hear the conversations those two would have in an atmosphere that could only be described as 'totes awks'. SERIOUSLY. They need to ressurect Peter SPECIFICIALLY so he can have a run in with Sir Argent the Douche. I'd love to see it.
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-Every scene? I was quite fond of his moments with Derek. They have such a fraternal rapport that I find positively amusing. They don't trust each other...but they kind of will have each other's backs.

-Umm no. My mom is her own type of badass with sass.Mrs.Argent scares me too much.

-It shall be named Reptoid and it shall be my Reptoid. Not to be mistaken for Reptaur. Sure, we'll go with creepy guy sitting outside the GC's office. LOVED seeing Bianca Lawson and the Lydia questioning of her creds. Pschology nerds FTW.

-Loved that scene. I think I ship Danny and Jackson. Their friendship amuses me, how someone as cool and nice as Danny ended up with a jackass like Jackson for a friend is beyond me but I love it. I think Jackson thinks he is and that's all that matters.



-Boyd is awesome. Love that guy.

-Gah this vet is like Splinter from TMNT or something. He has all the answers but he talks in riddles when he bothers talking at all. Love him.

-No amount of uncooked rice on either hemisphere is going to save Stiles' phone. Now he's out a phone and a jeep. Dude that sucks.

-Okay that unreasonably hot mechanic that looked as though he waltzed off the cover of a Harlequinn novel gave me flashbacks to the automechanic in The Adventures of Babysitting.

-Derek is thinking long term. And long term..you don't want to enlist the help of the hunters in killing Reptoid, when the moment they do, they'll be coming after your kind. Just say that Derek, sweetie. Use your big boy words. Stop pouting, sulking, squinting your eyes, busting basketballs, assaulting your wolf mates, and stomping off into your wittle subway car/house.

-A genie took my psychic abilities once. I was forced to rely on my natural intuition, perceptiveness, and mesmerizing intellect to get me through life. It's so much harder when you have to do that.
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Blue, you're wearing a new outfit!
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I've been having icon issues...went for a change. Do I look in fat in this blue?lol
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A "Finding Nemo" reference on a TW recap: AWESOME. And Psychology nerds are always FTW.
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Ha ha! Apparently I was in the mood for random references. Plus it's Dory. Dory is Awesome. And Blue. A natural blue. : )
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Best Stiles scene. Um EVERY SINGLE SCENE! This kid is an awesome actor, I know I will keep watching because of him. But choosing a scene, I have to say the one were Derek tells him that he needs him to survive and that is why he isn't letting him go... and lets him go. Its like saying that Stiles doesn't need anyone to survive since he can manage anything now and well that he is selfless person who wants to save anyone in danger, specially after not succeeding the last time.

Mrs Argent is the scariest mom on tv! I mean forget about the grandfather! I would NOT like to mess with that woman!

I believe that none of the people that are "suggested" to be the kenema are the kenema, I know it should be someone Stiles knows but its a pretty big school so how do we know?

I'm with Danny, Jackson is not my type either! ha I just find so funny that he was offended that Danny said that.
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I love Stiles, every scene with him is funny :) Jackson, I think he is everyone's type.
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1. Obviously the running back and forth having Scott and Puffy Hair's conversation.

2. ABSOLUTELY NOT!!! She seems the type to eat her young "you got a C on your paper" nom nom noms. Allison probably had an older sibling...HAD

3. Photography guy I think he's in love with Allison and has some weird warped sense of showing affections as a lizard critter

4. Yes. "Everybody" who is a total butt head and jerkface finds Jackson reasonable and attractive.
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1. I loved every scene Stiles was in danger. He is at his best when he is fearing for his life.

2. No, she scares the crap out of me.

3. It seems like this thing is obsessed with Stiles so if it attacks Mrs. Argent next, I'll say it is Pierce.

4. That scene was amazing! While most gay teens deal with bullying, poor Danny has to spend most of his freetime telling his straight male classmates he doesn't find them attractive. I wish they would answer why someone as nice as Danny is friends with douchebag Jackson.
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Best episode so far!

The pace of this show is breathtaking. And I thought Granpa made it clear that the vet is a retired hunter.

... when he kept on babbling even when it was obvious that the Kenema was behind him

... NOOO! What is your problem, Price? Jeeesus...

... who says it's A Kenema - maybe Lydia, Photocreep and the wierdo are all Kenemas except Jackson who will be rejected by all kinds of supernaturals because he sucks.

... see above.
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oops, the rest of my thought was because of his refusal to join the pack (such as it is) Scott has been kind of an omega (though, let's be honest, his need to protect come across as a very alpha sensibility)
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I like all the Stiles' scenes and I like how they are making him just as much of hero as they are making Scott, I hope there is some movement toward, I am guessing Boyd joining up with them, Dr. Deaver being their "Giles" type guide, with the girls becoming the rest of their Scooby gang (I don't really care about Jackson that much, but can see him being the Cordelia of the group) and Derek in a weird non sexual way being early Angel. Mr. Argent will be an interesting study, the whole of the supernatural community thinks he is scary, and he is, but the rest of that household is just psycho (we are all prepared for the season when Mrs. Argent is the big bad, right? that will be as fun as when Glory was BTVS's big bad).



Kenema, well, I am more confused. I think the safe money is still on Matt (photographer kid) and I think Lydia is the red herring (I am guessing she looked in the mirror and saw Peter's reflection and freaked out and as this season is 12 episodes long, I wouldn't be surprised if we don't learn totally what is going on with her then). Jackson is likely, but I think something else is going on with him. But that new kid and the counselor, well, I can't figure out why they would spare Alison, Stiles and even Scott to some respect.



I am torn every week about wanting to ring Derek's neck or smack him up side the head.



That was a really bad decision that Gerard made...talk about pushing a fence sitting to one side of a coming war or the other. I realize he doesn't understand that in calling Scott a Beta (yes, I know he was that last year, but isn't he
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About the (k)Enema:



On May 11, The Secret Circle was cancelled (sob!) and Natasha Henstridge of Species fame was out of a job. On June 3rd, the kenema made its first appearance. Coincidence?
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LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL
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Stiles is such a cutie.

Mrs Argent is so annoying and such bad actress, I literally cannot stand her.

I really hope your comments about her are ironic lol



Jackson definitely is everybody's type xD
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-yes, Stiles is the ultimate cutie! It's hard not to love the guy.

-Annoying? Sometimes, that I agree. Bad actress, I think not. I think she's a fantastic actress...in fact that may be the very reason why you can't stand her...she's just that good at playing the part of a character that you loathe! She isn't my cup of tea but I love that she's a different type of villian.

-eh. Jackson doesn't do it for me at all. He's too much of a jackass with very few redeeming qualities. I like that he's that way but he definitely wouldn't be anywhere close to my type...even physically.
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I agree with you about Stiles. I think he's adorable :) As for Mrs. Argent, I absolutely can NOT stand her and I look forward to the day when she's not on the show anymore. But I do think the actress who portrays her is a good actress.
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WHAT?! How can you not love Mrs. Argent? She's crazy and intense and her reaction shots are priceless!
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she is funny to look at but I'm being realistic here lol
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Well, we don't know much about her, except that she's apparently the leader of the Argents, which probably requires her to be stoic and forceful--which she plays pretty well. I think her character is meant to be very stony and stern, and the hilarity comes from the juxtaposition of her and the wackiness that's going on around her.



I mean seriously, in season one, she has one of the best lines with the "find it, cut it in half (beat)--who wants a cookie?" line.
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in my honest opinion I dont think JACKSON should be a werewolf... he's a d*** and doesnt deserve it... and eventually scott is gonna have to join Derek's pack when shit hits the fan with the werewolves and the Argents..
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Loved that ep because it was so focused on Stiles, who is the best!!!!

Questions:

1. I always love when Stiles is talking to his dad. I also love Stiles with Lydia. Oh Hell, I just love Stiles.

2. No, she scares the holy crap out of me!!!!

3. I think its Lydia, because the signs are there but they be a misdirect.

4. He's definately hot, but I prefer a guy not so into himself, and nerdier, like Stiles.



Go Stiles!!!!!
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Oh and the best scene of the entire episode was Jackson saying "I'm everybody's type." LOL that was just legend!
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This episode was seriously epic. In my opinion, this show is already closing in on TVD. I mean I admit that it's hard to compare apples to oranges but still! Also, I didn't think the Lacrosse game was a huge mess. Think about it.. Boyd and the blondie were obviously there to keep some sort of eye on Scott (they seem to be stalking him tons). And maybe it's not always true in reality, but it IS almost always true on TV and in the movies: that the opposing team has a really huge and/or awesome player that no one can match. Ok, so the players got injured and the coach got desperate so he wouldn't have to forfeit? My assumption. Scott was intentionally holding back because A. Jackson called him a cheater for using his werewolf abilities on the field and B. Grandpa Argent was in the crowd, something which we all can agree is very bad.



-My favorite Stiles scene was the one where he was running back and forth communicating for Alison and Scott!! Runner up: the scene with Lydia in her car.

-No. Her biatchy attitudes and controlling behaviors would not be tolerated. Interesting for a TV series, sucky for a mom.

-I, like you, also presumed that Jackson and Lydia, being the most-likely candidates, could not be it for that very reason.. It would be too obvious. But then what if the fact that we assume it's not them for it being to obvious is the reason that it really IS one of them? haha It could be Lydia because of the mirror metaphor and the creature's reaction to seeing its own reflection. OR, it could be Jackson and that might explain his body rejecting the bite. Maybe it's Mrs. Argent because that would better explain her ugly as EFF interior. She would finally be just as ugly on the outside as she is on the inside!
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Price, don't mix it up - Jackson is not everybody's type, Colton is. The actor is so beautiful, that he could easily leave behind your precious Matt Bomer)) But it would be an intense competition!



I don't understand, why so many people here don't like Jackson. I love him as a character because he's very real. Jackson isn't a good person, but he isn't bad either, he's just one of us. Jackson has a lot in his happy life: beauty, good friends (hey, Danny, you're the best!), loving parents, money, but he doesn't appreciate it. Instead he gets stuck on some trivial problems, like beating Scott in lacrosse. He thinks that he wants to be a werewolf so much, but he doesn't even know why!



Jackson is spoiled, arrogant, self-centered, but he isn't bad. He is just human.
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No. NO ONE can touch Matt Bomer! Like ever!!!



I agree that he's very real and human and teenage. He's a complete jackass though. For me personally I don't dislike him or hate his character, when he isn't annoying me I'm mostly indifferent to him.
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I loved him as Bryce Larkin on Chuck! But White Collar is awesome too, he fits the role of Neil Caffrey so perfectly.
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"I don't understand, why so many people here don't like Jackson."



Because he's a horrible human being. Just look at how he treats everyone else.



However, the character is growing on me. I used to just want to see him get punched in the face every time I saw him, but when he says things like "I'm everyone's type", he's at least entertaining.
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his being entertaining definitely makes up for him being so...him. LOL
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I agree with you, I like Jackson a lot as a character, but seeing as he treated Lydia I don't want absolutely him as a boyfriend or something like that...
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I don't like him, but I like how the writers have built him. Does that make any sense? He's like a villain, but a well-done, not-as-crazy-as-grandpa-is-crazy villain, and you can actually understand WHY he's a huge jerk, which is always essentially to making a villain interesting.
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Agree. It seems he doesn't like to communicate with women too much)) Jackson prefers his photos or his mirror, that's a pairing!
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I think Stiles best scene was the running between Scott and Allison, with his talk to Lydia as a close second...the fact that he was putting so much effort running doing something he souldn't seemed so sweet...

If Mrs. Argent was my mom, I will have lots of desserts always ready! But I will fear for my life every night...so....YES!

I thought Lydia was a red-herring, but now I'm not so sure...I'm sticking with the photo guy for now...I thought Jackson could be it...I was trying to find a pattern in the killings...they are all male...and Jackson could have a grudge with the Lacrosse player/mechanic and Isaac's father bothered him...but that hunter dude doesn't fit into the picture...

Jackson is my toy-boy type...non good for much more...Derek is definitively everybody's type!

BTW I really like that they cite themselves with scenes like the dinner...they actually remember what have done in the past season (can't say that for many shows..) and all the characters ring true to me, especially Stiles, but also Scott non-cleverness...Ok, he's not smart, and because of that he can't see that staying with Allison is a bad choice, that not joining Derek's pack is a bad choice, and so on...it's what gives him motive and also why he is so "pure"
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I'm kinda tired of the lizard already (and I'm not calling it a Kenema. For some reason, it makes my colon clench, go figure). That's why I prefer Predator to Aliens. I like my bad monster to be more badass than raging-automaton-that-kills. I like my bad guys talking crap, not...dripping it.



And unlike Price, this is why I *don't* like the 10-12 episode year. It funnels the stories into a tight little space, but that doesn't mean they fit. If I didn't hate the "dis happens next because I read it in da book" phenomenon in GoT, I would've ranted like a champ about that show. Things occur, but not enough happens. I don't want this to be the "mindless lizard" season; I want silly plotlines on the side, where they can go off on their irrelevant tangent, and I don't want to wait for the end of a season to have one significant thing to happen with everyone. If Jackson finds out what he is, is that it? If Lydia finds out what she is, is that it? If Stiles confesses his long-time manlove for Scott, is that it? If Alison finds a straightening iron...



Anyway, that's just macro...hateration? I still enjoyed most of this episode. I'm still laughing at Lacrosse-in-California, and still laughing at Scott sitting like a worm on a hook at dinner. Ftr, I would *not* want Mrs. Argent for a mom, but like Price, I did find myself watching her every second she was on camera. How did Alison survive being born before her mom's womb devoured her for sustenance?



Anyway, back to Lacrosse-in-California (seriously, just make the next Footloose movie out here, just hold the next Kentucky Derby out here, too. The next tornado or Godzilla movie, just bring it all to Cali, k?), I love how Boyd--the giant buff black guy who looks like the giant buff black guy in Underworld--walked through the entire recruiting season completely unnoticed by the coach *until* the very moment that the Abominater broke half his team, *also* that after all Boyd's muscles and overall giantness, it was *only until he became a werewolf* that he was able to face the physical gauntlet that is Lacrosse-in-Cali. The guy looks like he chews rocks and the photokid's on the team? K. I guess I'll also love that the entire team'll be just fine next week.



I don't know if I've said this before, but Scott's kinda stupid.



Scott: "Let's hurry up, Alison; we gotta find out about that lizard that's been randomly killing people, and almost killed Stiles--"



*RING*



Stiles: "SCOTT!!! HE--"



Scott: "Dude, stop stalking me! I'm trying to save lives right now!"



And anyone rooting for a badass female werewolf might have to wait another week.



Erica: "I became a werewolf so I'd be super hot (when I could've just put on makeup), and wouldn't have to take any crap from--"



Lizard: "Totally ssweeping ur legss onc(ss)e, knocking u to the floor! Hiss! Double hiss!"



Erica: "Omigod, floor so hard! Unconscious for many hours now!"



The best part was Ninja Grampa sneaking up on Scott at the end. Those must've been some damn quiet shoes. Anyway, I'm glad Grampa knows. I was worried that they were going for the 'grandson/grandpa I never had' angle, and I really didn't want this. Now, Grampa can go back to being a dick, and Scott can just stay stupid.



So, while I did enjoy the episode (no, really, I did), are these two the Big Bads of the season? The Lizard and the Grampa? Makes for a decent book title, but I'm hoping for someone more alpha. Stiles, don't let me down--LOL kidding, but Jackson 'roiding up in time might do some damage. Then again, if that's the best Scott can do with his super senses, maybe Grampa'll be enough.
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If Alison finds a straightening iron...

-First off...that made me laugh.



Secondly, definitely laughing over the Boyd thing. It is so true. How he went unnoticed that long when he does look in fact look like he chews boulders for recreation is beyond me. But, despite his size he seemed dead set on staying out of the limelight. He has a very nonconfrontational vibe around him. Like every scene we've seen him in, he's mostly just chilling and taking a backseat to things, quietly observing. He intrigues me.



I did find myself watching her every second she was on camera. How did Alison survive being born before her mom's womb devoured her for sustenance?

-LOVE that. YES! At the risk of sounding pervy, I'm still trying to figure out how Alison was even conceived...because the Argents don't seem like they like each other let alone do the horizontal Rumba after a fresh werewolf bisection.



Yeah, Scott is slow. Like rode the back of the short bus wearing a special helmet slow. (I mean that with affection). When he hung up on Stiles I just sighed. I get their relationship now more than ever. Someone needs to look out for that guy.



And yes...Erica. I begrudgingly agree with you on that one. I wanted a badass female werewolf. I got a somewhat badass, vapid, hot werewolf babe, possibly in heat. I still have hope though.She has winning moments.



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"At the risk of sounding pervy, I'm still trying to figure out how Alison was even conceived..." - Yeah, I had another dialogue that I scrapped. Something about Mr. Argent and his Rumba Co-Pilot saying, "You want me to go WHERE?!! Duuuude..."



Fortunately, I'm way too classy for that.



So Stiles is basically Scott's special helmet...I like that.



The main problem with Erica and the others, is that Scott's so 'aight,' the others have to be 'below-aight' to keep the story consistent, and that's just unfortunate. I'd just really like them all brought up a notch.
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LOL! Kudos for having the class, bro. : )



Basically yeah. You either are one or you need one if you're part of a dynamic duo.



I concur.Biggest issue with any show and character development, stunting the development of other characters at the expense of making a bigger character more dynamic.
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For a minute in this episode I thought the Abomination was going to a Reptilian Shape-shifter Extraterrestrial like in all those wacky youtube videos. That would have been fun.
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HA! You mean - what do they call these - Anunaki?

I'm no expert but that would be almost outrageous ...and fun.
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Best part of this episode was...

1. Stealing the keys from Grandpa Argent's coat

2. Passing them off to Stiles so he can get into his office

3. To find no Beastiary there

4. Then going up stairs to crack the safe

5. To find a cook book!

6. And then to realize the Beastairy was on the keys all along



I love short run seasons too. That way we can right down to the main story...
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less exciting than your normal recaps price, this disappointed me: especially the "I'll get the freeze" pic which wasn't funny and the stressing about lacrosse--which has clearly been transformed into a mere plot device this season but again Who cares?
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If you don't care, fine, but I personally appreciated knowing I'm not the only one who found that lacrosse game absolutely ridonkulous.
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I found the I'll get the febreeze pic really funny...
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whats febreeze?
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http://www.febreze.com/en-US/index.aspx
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1) Stiles makes me laugh at all times. What a guy, jajaja.

2) Never please.

3) So far, I would think Lydia, though it would be to easy with this chapter. Maybe not.

4) No, I do not think Jackson is everybody's type. Besides Lydia and Alison, who else has he been with?? Nobody.
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QUESTIONS:



... What is the deal with the vet (Scott's boss)?



... Why do the Argents all think they need to keep Scott's secret from each other?



... What are the chance's we will learn the Kenema's identity before ep 12? ep 11? ep 10?



... WHO tampered with Jackson's video footage, and when did they do it?
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One more thing, why didn't more people, or at least Grandpa Argent, notice Boyd's glowing eyes while he was on the field? That seems like something the suspicious old man should have noticed.
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Maybe his back was turned? But yeah, if he could figure out Scott was a wolf, it wouldn't be a stretch to think the heated interaction with Boyd was related.



But G-Pa's sly. If he did figure it out, he knows that Scott's more dominant than Boyd, and he handled Scott like a Boss. Boyd might just be one of many accounts Grampa can walk up and cash in at any time. He's the Principal, after all.
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I suppose he just thought Boyd was a big cat. They have glowing eyes, too.
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Ok....lol
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Maybe he did, and he will end up dead on the next episode...one of the many things that I like about this show is the continuity..They don't let drop these things..
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You are absolutely right. The writers are very good on this show. They will most likely pick up on this thread later in the season.
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He's very deceptive about what he's thinking and feeling. He obviously didn't let on that he knew what was up with Scott during dinner, so it wouldn't be much of a stretch to believe he saw Boyd go all wolfy and just didn't say anything yet. He's so creepy in a delightfully evil way.
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IS IT JUST ME or has Crystal Reed really lost a lot of weight? She looks so gaunt now, for some reason. She is a lovely actress but every time they show her this season, I think she looks frail and (at times) weird. And it's not just the crazy hair. The bags under her eyes look awful.
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What was the best Stiles scene?-I just love any scene with Stiles. He's great when he's comedic or serious or sad or whatever. He makes the most of every scene he's in.



.Do you wish Mrs. Argent was your mom? Be honest.-I can't stand Mrs. Argent. I hope she gets killed off like Kate did. Keep Mrs. Argent as far away from me as possible lol



Updated guess re: the Kenema's identity?-I'm still wondering if the reptile creature is Jackson. I always felt something was up with the video. But after seeing Lydia's bloody fist and broken mirror, and then the creature run away from it's reflection, I am definitely wondering if it's Lydia. I know that would be so obvious, but at this point in the series, something "obvious" would really surpise us all, wouldn't it? :P



IS Jackson "everybody's type"?-I find everything about Jackson unattractive. He's such an unhappy, smarmy jerk that it has made him as ugly on the outside as he is on the inside.
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I agree with you with the "obvious" surprising development...
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That's a good point! This show pulled a really great fake-out last season (I mean, did anyone really see Peter being the Alpha? It made total sense but was not obvious at all).



I'm so torn on whether I want Lydia to be the lizard (well, there's a sentence one doesn't type every day). On the one hand, it would be obvious. But on the other, oh man, think of the complexities of how to deal with THAT situation. Scott hasn't had to consider going up against someone he genuinely likes (aside from Allison when she started shooting arrows, but that's totally different--because I said so). But seriously, this would make for a very complicated situation that could have some very serious ethical dilemmas for various characters.





At the same time, it's Lydia, and she does not deserve to be a green, scaly monster. She deserves to be smooching with Stiles.
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I am starting to like Lydia and I don't want her to be the reptile creature. But having Lydia be the creature could open up all kinds of possibilities for the show where Scott and Stiles are concerned. I hope that, if Lydia is the creature, she'll be able to learn how to control when she changes into the reptile.
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And, you know, stop slaughtering people. That would be a check in her favor.
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I agree - I think Lydia and Jackson are way too obvious to be the reptile thing. It has got to be the least obvious person.
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LMFAO I didn't realize until after I was done reading the recap that you called Mrs. Lockwood by her TVD name. It felt so natural to me after all of TVD recaps you do.
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Any Stiles scene is great but I loved when he was trying to explain the bestiary to Scott and Allison and they both go don't you mean.... He looked so annoyed lol



Mrs Argent scares the crap outta me, I'd hate to see her lose it. She doesn't need venom to paralyse her victims, just one look from her will have you frozen in terror.



I'm going with camera boy as the kenema I don't think they would do that to Lydia or Jackson.



Jackson its pretty much everyones type look wise. Personality wise he needs multiple punches to the face
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Firstly Price you're awesome I love these photo recaps.



1. Any scene with Stiles is awesome.



2. Umm Mrs. Argent scares the crap out of me so no her being my mama would be frightening..



3. I think it might sadly be Lydia, but like I don't want it to be her I want her to get over Jackson (who is a jerk) and be with Stiles, or it is Jackson I mean hello 2 hours missing on the tape you never know. It could be the stalker photographer but I think he's just creepy.



4. Jackson is no ones type, he belongs with only himself.
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Lydia--can't bear its own reflection, lydia broke her mirror--its either misdirection or a clue
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I like teen wolf but I feel like I am watching season 1 all over again. Wait till the end to reveal that grandpa or whomever or multiple people the lizard. But same thing. I just hope it gets fresher over the next episodes. Still will watch but hoping for more. I do realize its MTV but at least it's not NBC, right
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I wish they would surprise the hell out of us and reveal the reptile creature's identity in the next episode or two. I don't want them to follow the same formula as season one and wait until the end of the season to reveal who the alpha was.
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I think we're gonna find out its identity in the next episode.according to the extended promo for episode 5.
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I'm not sure I understand what you're saying here. Are you saying they should wait till later in the season to reveal that the grandfather knew about Scott and wait to later in the season to reveal who the lizard creature is.



OR are you saying that they should reveal things sooner within episodes rather than leave them for the end of the episode?
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1. ALL scenes with Stiles are awesome!!



2. No. Not at all.



3. I think, it could be Lydia.



4. No. Never. Under NO circumstances. I think, Mr. Argent would be right for me.
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So a girl and her werewolf boyfriend both giggle when bestiality comes up. I think there's something going on they're not showing us.
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For one time, I'm glad that they "not showed us". I'm not a prude, but I don't always like to see sex scenes on tv show, especially when they are gratuitous (ehm...GOT...) and when it involves teen-agers...I don't know...I will never endure watching a 16-yo couple doing it...come on...gross...
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It's not that outrageous a concept considering that Allison is human, Scott is sometimes a wolf, and they shirtless hug.
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Well, they showed us the condom.
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what kind of shift does scott's mom work at the hospital? wasn't she at his lacrosse game hours before? does she pop in for a few hours to say hi and give her patients some kind words?
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Don't blame the show - nearly everyone agrees that hospital hours are insane.
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2nded, hospital hours on and off are crazy, and I would imagine they'd be especially crazy for a nurse in a small town that has animal attacks like every day.
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When Scott told the Argents he had to pick his mom up from work, I thought they would all look at him incredulously, especially Grandpa, because she had just been at the game. Weird...
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She probably had a break and decided to go to Scott's game.
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- All Stiles scenes were best!

- If Mrs. Argent was my mom I'd probably run away to another country.

- I think the 'Kenema' is Lydia.

- Jackson's not my type.

And Emily Bennet is the 3rd person from TVD to be in Teen Wolf now. When are Stefan and Damon going to show up? :-P
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i know its mrs lockwood and and kendra but whose the third??
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To be fair though, Emily Bennett is probably best known as Kendra the Vampire Slayer...
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Kendra to the many who watched Buffy before all of this, but to many of Teen Wolf's audience, they probably see her as Maya from Pretty Little Liars.
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To those not cool people who haven't watched Buffy
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Buffy Spoilers for those few people who havent seen it!!

This is for mmmshuddup.



Kendra was the slayer from another country, she became the slayer when buffy died in the first episode but got cpr from Xander. When Kendra died, in season 2, thats when faith became a slayer. Thats why no slayer was triggered when buffy died in season 5, because her line had ended only when faith dies would another be triggered.
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I watched that show but I don't remember anyone named Kendra.. Then again, I stopped watching after like season 3
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- Mrs. Lockwood has her hands full with her children

- Emily Bennett is reincarnated as a school teacher/counselor?

- After Derek disappeared back into his abandoned subway and left his minions after beating the crap out of them all I could think of him saying was "Going to watch mah stories, don't disturb"
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- any scene with Stiles is amazing. Dylan O'Brien really knows what's he doing, but I've got to say that the scene where he just keeps going back and forth between Allison and Scott was the best.

- no, I most definitely wouldn't.

- the kid in the office with Lydia would make a good guess, but Stiles did say that he felt like the creature knew him so I really don't know. but as long as they keep it interesting I don't care. I just want to be surprise at the end.

- his personality is the worst, his definitely not my type.



PS: about the reptile/water/rain thing. Stiles said that it probably can't swim, which is also my guess.
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Was it really a fear of water, or did it see its reflection in the surface?
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I don't believe so, because it looked at the water then touched it that's when it backed away for it but it still keep going around it. not like when it looked in the mirror and then just fled.
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Yeah - the fear of water equalling a refusal to go out in the rain has generally been limited to the Wicked Witch of the West in my experience, and in her case it's because any kind of water will make her melt. In most other cases, the fear of water is because of an inability to swim (or in some cases, perhaps, not having any effective way to breathe in the water, depending on how the respiratory system is arranged on a given creature....) So I didn't see any conflict there, either
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Expert in water phobias? ^ This guy ^
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Thoughts on this weeks episode:

- Who do you think Derek has in mind for Erica? If it's Scott I'm going to be really annoyed. Then again, it makes sense. Derek is really desperate to have Scott in his pack, not that he'd ever put it that way. His actions are speaking loud and clear, he needs Scott. She's way too vampy, vapid, and slutty for Scott. Then again, it could be Stiles. If Derek gets Stiles on his side, then he knows he can get Scott.

- If the Kenema's only goal is to kill, why didn't it kill Erica while Stiles and Derek were in the water? I think it would have been an interesting and potentially gruesome ending to that annoying character, it would have also really amp'd the tension in the whole scene and it would have stayed consistent with what we've seen of the Kenema - killing machine. Also, why is the Kenema as obsessed with Scott and Stiles as Derek. It seems to be following them around. Then again, maybe it is just attracted to other supernatural creatures.

- When Scott needs to find other werewolves, he howls, just as we learned wolves do. So, why didn't Derek, the big, bad Alpha, call for backup? If he was talking he could have been howling. He still had two beta's from his pack out in the ether somewhere and Scott. If nothing else, it would have attracted the Argents and forced them to deal with the monster while Stiles and Derek attempted escape.

- I thought it was very telling and adds to my theories about Scott that Derek wanted Stiles to call Scott. Derek and Scott don't exactly get along, so why wouldn't Derek insist on it being one of his pack, those he's supposed to be counting on? We've seen has insistent he can be. It tells us a lot about how much trust Derek has in Scott and not in his own people.



Thoughts on past episodes:

- I got to thinking about the scene in the first episode of the season where the Argents string up the Omega. The whole town was out combing those woods for Lydia, the ambulance wasn't very far off and so there were lots of cops nearby. Was it really a good idea to slice somebody in half in the open like that? Couldn't Scott and/or Derek have used that to their advantage and saved the Omega by coming across the scene and pretending to be looking for Lydia? The trap could have been chalked up to be an animal trap or something.



Adding to my theories:

- In regards to my theories from last week about Scott being more than just a beta, as mentioned above there is the whole thing with Derek trusting Scott more than others. Since they are at odds most of the time, why? Hmm.

- I got to thinking about Scott's father, who we know from Mrs. McCall was a bad man. I wonder if he got worse on the full moon? Could Scott be like other members of Derek's family and have been born from a werewolf and not be one? But he'd still have some of the genes and so when he get bit it made him...more. And bringing him in into the pack, as something more and possibly a descendent of some important werewolf line or something would add more strength to the pack. Another thought is that his father wasn't a werewolf but something else, since we know there are whole books listing various creatures. That could explain why Scott has powers that other werewolves, including Alpha's, don't (sensing Erica about to fall).
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it's surely Scott.we've already seen it in a trailer.Scott is telling Erica you're not my type.Erica says I'm exactly your type.
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Lots of good stuff in there!



As for Derek wanting Stiles to call Scott rather than the betas in his pack, I don't know if it's so much that Derek trusts Scott himself as much as it is that Derek knows Scott's a lot further along in his training and thus more capable of fighting back against the creature.



I suspect that Derek wants Erica to get close to Stiles so that she can influence him to influence Scott to join Derek. Even though Scott might be a bit suspicious about Erica's interest in Stiles, Derek knows that Scott and Stiles are close enough that Stiles has a chance of getting an idea into Scott's head, even if Scott has reason to be wary. If Derek sent Erica straight to Scott, however, Scott would just put his guard up in an instant and it's unlikely she'd be able to be successful in her assignment.
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oh btw I wasn't being rude or nothing. Just responding to the stuff you stated.
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Not so correct about the werewolf howl thing. If they howl it could signal other werewolves to come not just their pack. Derek told Stiles to call Scott because he was paralyze from below his neck lol. Also of course Derek trusts Scott because of all the stuff they've been through together from season 1 XD!
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I also feel they showed that picture of the Mechanic in the Beacon Hills Lacrosse outfit for a REASON.* I'm not exactly sure why they showed that picture of him but it was certainly for a specific reason. The visions Lydia had of Peter Hale touching the trophy case may be hinting at what's going on as well. IONO WTF is going on! I'm was very shocked to find out about the 2 hours of footage being deleted from the camera though! I seriously hope we get to see what goes on with Jackson at his house. I read somewhere that people believe Jackson could be a Hale family member and that would be crazy haha
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I was*
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LMFAO! I'm shocked you didn't take a pic of the Danny/Jackson scene haha! Man that scene was hilarious! I mean the fact Danny said "Remember all of those times I've told you you're not my type" omg does that mean Jackson has hit on Danny before?! Hahah omgggg ughhh these two! I loved the Sterek scenes so much!!! This episode was amazing! I also feel like Boyd is a tough guy but he was an outcast and i think what he meant by "I want to be just like you" to Scott in the previous episode just meant he wanted to be a star at the school, have friends, and everything else.





I feel like Jackson's parents may be hiding something about Jackson. I don't believe he's the new creature. It's way to obvious for Lydia to be the creature! UGH! WHO OR WHAT IS DR. DEATON?!!??! I feel like once we find out about Dr. Deaton we will all be shocked. lol
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gotta be either lydia or jackson i doubted it was jackson untill i saw that there was a time loop in the video footage losing 2 hours so it could be

and to fringefanatic that line made me laugh loads lmao
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