Wizards of Waverly Place

Season 4 Episode 13

Meet the Werewolves

Aired Friday 8:30 PM Jun 17, 2011 on Disney Channel
out of 10
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Episode Summary


Alex wants to meet Mason's parents but for some reason he is avoiding doing so. Meanwhile, Max accidently turns his parents into toddlers after trying to make thier food taste good.

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  • Nothing that I expected

    I wanted to know more about Mason's parents, but it was kind lame. Alex turning into a werewolf is the worst idea she ever made. I wanted more stuff to happen; I thought that they will be in human form and live in a fancy house, but I was so too overwhelmed. Also what's up with Mason's voice.
  • good episode of wizards

    good episode of wizards. i thought that this episode was going to be stupid but i actually liked it. the funniest part of the epiosde was when Alex ruined the feast as a werewolf. the second funniest part was when Jerry and Teresa were teenagers. i have been waiting for a good episode since back to Max. the last three episode was too predicable and boring. overall a good episode of wizardsmoreless
  • 414

    Quite some time between this episode and the last episode of Wizards of Waverly Place, although we are going to have to wait a little bit longer for a good episode to come around. I like that the show is not shying away from its premise, dealing with wizards and their world, when they very well could just ignore it like most shows do in later years (tell me that later seasons of That 70's Show had anything to do with the 70's) but I still would like to actually laugh once and awhile. With only a few shows left, this is not helping the legacy of in my opinion Disney's strongest show.

    In the future try to keep Mason out of it though. Focus on the family. The moments with the childish Russos were a lot better than the scenes with "the feast."moreless
  • Mason's parents think that Alex is a werewolf when Mason told them

    I thought that this was an excellent episode of "Wizards of Waverly Place" and I thought it was better than the previous episode "Magic Unmasked". The main plot was that Alex wanted to meet Mason's parents but Mason is too scared to introduce his parents to Alex... Mason then decides to introduce Alex to his parents but he told his parents that Alex is a werewolf so his parents can like her. The subplot was that Max used a spell where Jerry and Teresa act like 4-year-olds and then act like teenagers. I thought Justin and Max's subplot was a little more funnier than the main plot. The funniest part of the main plot though was when Mason introduced Alex to his FAKE parents which were Bill and Molly. The feast scene with Alex (as a werewolf) going crazy was very funny. Jerry and Teresa acting like 4-year-olds was absolutely hilarious. Jerry and Teresa also acting like teenagers was hilarious. It was good that Mason told his parents that Alex is actually a human but his parents want to eat Alex so they leave. The very ending with Alex talking to Bill and Molly (Mason's FAKE parents) was hilarious. Is it just me? or does Selena Gomez look absolutely beautiful with her long hair?... this past season, her hair has been short but I prefer long hair because she looks more adorable and more beautiful. Overall, an excellent episode of "Wizards of Waverly Place". 10/10moreless
  • superb

    What I liked: Alex pretending to be a werewolf, Max accidentally making his mom and dad kids, and then teenagers, Mason having two people pretend to be his parents, amongst other things.

    Not my favorite episode of the show, and some of it was kind of boring, but overall this was a fairly nice episode. I wish Disney would stop with the gaps in between episodes; we all know it is ending, and we all know that they are done producing episodes, so they should stop with the gaps. Hopefully there aren't many more. But yea, this was a good episode, I really liked the resolution of it, with Mason's parents trying to eat Alex near the end, I thought it was nicely done. B- or so as my final grademoreless
Harry Van Gorkum

Harry Van Gorkum

Grant Greyback

Guest Star

Robin Riker

Robin Riker

Linda Greyback

Guest Star

Eric Zuckerman

Eric Zuckerman


Guest Star

Gregg Sulkin

Gregg Sulkin

Mason Greyback/Mason Greybeck

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