Teen Wolf, S6E12: “raw talent”

Are you watching this show? Do you wish someone would watch along with you because everyone else you know thinks it’s dumb?  Here is what I was saying while I was watching it–I WILL WATCH WITH YOU.

Spoiler Thoughts:

  • Ok, a trip to Walt Disney World has us a couple weeks behind, but surely we can catch up.
  • [Notices it’s a two-hour show tonight.]  Sigh.
  • Theo is homeless, and still has a nicer car than Scott or Stiles.
  • Theo, letting any spider crawl all over you is a bad idea, even if it wasn’t an evil Hell-spider.
  • Itai, Theo.  And on the other hand, wow, that was some good aim.
  • Not a good day for Theo.
  • I guess it’s not so surprising that Scott has PTSD by now, as that it’s just manifesting now.
  • Vargas is totes ready to shoot Scott.
  • Mason is starting up the “Brett 8-pack Fan Club.”
  • “Yay sports!”  Mason is all of us.
  • No Liam.  Full confession to the supernatural murderer is a bad move.
  • Lydia should probably stop going back to Eichen House.
  • Poor Parrish.  Lost out to the waves of Stydia shippers.
  • Parrish, maybe you shouldn’t show your Hellhound eyes to every obviously shady character in Beacon Hills.
  • Why in God’s Name would Corey even want to play lacrosse.  His one talent is turning invisible at the first signs of peril.
  • Nothing good has ever happened in a Beacon Hills shower room.
  • You’d think Argent would at least have been in contact with Scott’s Mom, since they looked like they were starting a thing back in the haunted train station.
  • Look Dr. Fenris, it’s not Parrish’s fault that you haven’t been able to get a better job than paranormal control at Eichen House.
  • I’ll miss a lot about Teen Wolf, but not these creepy Old Spice Mom commercials.
  • This counselor is pretty unsympathetic.
  • No one ever turns the lights on in Beacon Hills High.  I wouldn’t step foot in that place without a Kleig light on me at all times.
  • Lydia, maybe your first response to someone getting murdered in Eichen House shouldn’t be going over there without having contacted anyone or told anyone where you’re going.
  • Dr. Fenris, the thing where we don’t kill people isn’t really a “faith” issue.  It’s more of an “evil” issue.
  • Of course, if Lydia packed a gun, she wouldn’t need to blow out her vocal cords all the time.
  • I don’t know if I get behind Malia-Scott (Scalia?)  He seems so earnest for her.
  • Argent loves spooking these kids.
  • Why on Earth would they think Aaron is ok, when he’s just sitting in an empty classroom by himself at night with the lights off?
  • Man, who would have thought that curing and resuscitating the worst human alive would come back to bite you on the butt?

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Teen Wolf, S6E11: “said the spider to the fly”

Are you watching this show? Do you wish someone would watch along with you because everyone else you know thinks it’s dumb?  Here is what I was saying while I was watching it–I WILL WATCH WITH YOU.

Spoiler Thoughts:

  • Ok, here we go.  Last ten!
  • We end as we began.  With lacrosse.
  • COACH.  “Nothing motivates better than withering criticism!”
  • Hayden moved on, apparently to a project that isn’t going to end in ten episodes.
  • Liam, still suffering from a terminal lack of chill.
  • That is one mangy looking wolf.
  • TBH, next to all these big lacrosse guys, it looks kinda chihuahua sized and not that fearsome.
  • Nothing says “ick” quite like spiders flooding out your eyes and mouth.
  • Apparently some of the pack have more dedication than others.
  • I feel like by now, Liam should be ready to admit he has an anger management problem.
  • DR. FENRIS.
  • Deep cut for all the Dragon Age/Gideon Emery fans.
  • I guess if you work at Eichen House, you never wonder why someone brought someone frozen in volcanic ash to store forever.
  • For God’s Sake, if you knew something had been trapped and sealed up since 1912, why would you think it was a good idea to randomly thaw them now?
  • Corey is worst spy.
  • This counselor is megashady.
  • Speaking of Gideon Emery, Nolan actually kind of looks like a young Gideon Emery.
  • Look, if you’re still surprised that horrible things happen at Beacon Hills High, you don’t deserve to be graduating.
  • Man, Lydia’s Mom continues her general trend of sucking.
  • Are we sure she isn’t Malia’s mom?
  • I’m glad no one is ever going to need to put a corpse in the morgue and find Melissa’s herb stash.
  • The hospital is always a good place for a Hellhound reunion.
  • This dude is the AngerMaker.
  • He must hang out on the 405 every day at rush hour.
  • That phone sound wouldn’t have been nearly as terrifying for Lydia if she had grown up in the dial-up era.
  • Man, if you find a hallway covered in cobwebs, DO NOT TOUCH them.
  • For that matter, if you find a hallway covered in anything, do not touch it.  This doesn’t seem like advanced survival skills.
  • Did everyone walk to the high school from the hospital?  They’re that close?
  • So far the counselor’s trunk looks about as disorganized as mine, except I have fewer uzis in my car.
  • Thank goodness all hellhounds shop at the inflammable shorts store.
  • Mason proves to have less luck with a bat than Stiles.
  • Liam, this would be a good time to ask this dude what “it” is.
  • Roscoe!  Scott inherited Roscoe!
  • Oh, Roscoe is working about as well as Roscoe ever worked.
  • The pack gains Malia thanks to air travel being crap as usual.
  • On the one hand, it’s probably a bad idea to go chasing people into the woods and shooting them, but on the other hand, life is rough in Beacon Hills.
  • Well I guess we found out what kills a hellhound:  Career counseling.
  • STILES
  • STILES MULDER
  • DEREK
  • DYING

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