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Teen Wolf, S6E13: “after images”

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:

  • Ugh, Brett, no.
  • Totemo itai, Brett.
  • Counselor is finding out what everyone in Beacon Hills knows, Gerard is a pain in the ass.
  • Maybe it’s not a good idea to take on two people who are armed when you’re already wounded and you have a total of one arrow.
  • Mason sees dead people.  Or, I guess, just one particular dead person.
  • Cory is not so sure he signed up for this mission.
  • I feel like maybe Brett should just get out of the forest and flag down a car to town instead of trying to play Hunger Games?
  • Meanwhile, Argent is looking at Melissa all “do I call you to the forest to kill stuff?”
  • If the way to be sure is to get eaten by spiders, I think I’m ok with uncertainty.
  • Liam, you goober.
  • Argent, how is shooting a dead guy going to do anything?
  • Ok, Lori and Liam might not be total assets on this one.
  • I feel like we would care more about Lori’s bro-angst if we actually knew Lori at all.
  • Did we know Cory has healing powers?
  • Looking like we might be saying goodby to Lori or Brett or both soon.
  • I feel like Melissa and Argent are no longer talking about calling about the no DNA body.
  • Man, wouldn’t it suck if people became so disaffected and fearful that they started turning on anyone different
  • Weird that Lori seems like sometimes a werewolf and sometimes not.
  • Liam, the car that hit them is right there still.  Maybe you check that out?
  • Liam is maybe not ready to be an alpha.
  • Ok, this was not my favorite episode.  Too much emphasis on characters we barely know, too many poor decisions made by people who should know better, and tests taking too long for nothing to show for it.

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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, Season Five, Episode One: “Creatures of the Night”

Spoiler Thoughts:

  • Always like how Beacon Hill appears to be a totally normal town, until you turn down that one street and find like bats flying out of Arkham’s Asylum.
  • Hm.  Lydia not looking so hot.
  • I can tell you this much:  Not going to rush over to Eichen House for my mental health care.
  • Oh Hoechlin.  How could you leave us like this?  After all we’ve been to each other?
  • Poor Stiles–looking for an apartment in SF.  Like your life doesn’t already contain enough horror.
  • Ah, Beacon Hills life.  Where the best you can hope for is that no one tries to kill you for six months.
  • The black oil!  Parrish, haven’t you ever watched X-Files?
  • I feel like Stiles would carry more than just duct tape around for his jeep.  That thing’s a hero.
  • Mrs. McCall still doesn’t have any money?  RNs make pretty good bank.
  • Wait-they locked Lydia up and everyone was ok with that?
  • Tamlyn is maybe not the most reassuring Mom ever.
  • I wonder if this isn’t something O’Brien thinks about for reals, now that he’s poised to go all Jennifer Lawrence with “Maze Runner.”
  • Same old Kira. Loving the fancy swords, and forgetting all about the part where she can electrocute people.
  • Although, I guess you could argue that with the rain puddles, she might electrocute Scott as well.
  • Lydia..what?
  • I find it kind of hard to think that the school doesn’t just come in and clean the whole thing off the next day.
  • When the man says no second chances, he’s not kidding around.
  • Nooooo! Not the jeep!

Teen Wolf, Season Four, Episode Nine: “Perishable”

Thoughts:

  • Man, unless you are a supernatural animal, or related to a supernatural animal, living in Beacon Hills makes you a stone-cold jerk.
  • Kind of amazing that Deputy Parrish apparently walked all through town and into the Sheriff’s station wearing nothing but some singed underwear, and no one ever reported anything.  Like, that’s the least strange thing going on in Beacon Hills tonight.
  • I’m not sure I would have picked the red eyes as the thing to convince Parrish I was a werewolf.  Teeth or claws seem more pathognomonic.
  • Weird that Lydia’s nickname was Ariel, given that the mermaid in the original story doesn’t get a name.
  • Hough healed pretty quick from that beatdown Parrish gave him.
  • Nice that the Beacon Hills teens never let mass homicide get in the way from a good party.
  • Yay nice guy!  Although it seems like he could have done that considerably sooner, since Scott figured out it was the music pretty early.
  • Derek became a surprisingly good fighter all of a sudden, given that he should have to learn all new techniques for a normal-powered person.
  • Why doesn’t Lydia banshee scream whenever she’s held captive like this, since she knows everyone can hear her?
  • Eichen House is no GD good for anyone.

Teen Wolf, Season Four, Episode Three: “Muted”

Thoughts:

  • In retrospect, why was this guy so alarmed at his cat being all bloody, when he had an abattoir underneath the stairs?
  • Derek seems oddly uncomfortable with having his innocent eyes back.
  • I find it hilarious that the only Asian family took one look at Beacon Hills and despite having their own superpowers, said “NOPE” and tried to head back to civilization where whole families don’t get burnt or axed or eaten every other minute.
  • Do none of the teachers in Beacon Hills High notice that Malia can barely speak English, much less do algebra?  This is the worst school ever.
  • That was the most over-the-top exercise intolerance performance ever, by O’Brien.  It’s like, after all that running he did in “Maze Runner,” he forgot what it was like to be unfit.
  • Liam really picked a crappy time at which to try to Lacrosse.
  • This just doesn’t seem like the only course of action open to Scott.  He didn’t look like he was trying all that hard to get away from the Wendigo before munching down.
  • I’m going to guess that Liam had some terminal disease or something that the bite is going to cure.  On the other hand, hopefully he didn’t have Hepatitis or something, given that Scott just got a mouthful of his blood.  Ick.

Teen Wolf, Season One, Episode Five: “The Tell”

Thoughts:

  • These were certainly Scott’s less-responsible days, given that he’s totally happy to run off into the woods with Alison while there’s another dead body lying around Beacon Hills.
  • Why does Derek have to work out if werewolves are naturally super-strong anyway/
  • Oh Derek.  The suckage continues.
  • I wonder if anyone ever took a photo of Tyler Hoechlin’s face when they showed him his wardrobe for this season and it was basically a pair of jeans and a tattoo.