Fun fact: Drilling a hole into your own forehead won’t make an eye grow there, either.
Still don’t get how broke the McCalls are all of a sudden. RN’s do pretty well, and Mrs. McCall can apparently work ER or OR.
Mason is either the nicest guy ever, or getting set up to be the Biggest Bad.
Doesn’t Malia’s dad wonder where she goes every night? And morning? And when she comes back all covered in monster blood?
Derek, apparently the first werewolf to ever consider that real estate and banks might be more reliable than a subterranean vault under the high school.
Eichen House is the worst place ever. If you take your family member there, it better be because they ate at least 5 people, or they are not gonna make it.
Hey, way to not kill somebody, Peter.
The real tragedy of Teen Wolf: Scott McCall has never seen Star Wars.
Secondmost real tragedy of Teen Wolf: Derek doesn’t have a TV.
This is not the best fighting we’ve seen from Scott and Kira. If she couldn’t dent the thing with an actual sword last time, why would she think slapping a berserker with a chain would do anything? Why not try electrocuting it?
Kate wants to know why Scott is so special. If he fought like this all the time, we’d want to know too.
I feel like Parrish had a number of options here, and enlisting the help of someone who’s been bleeding out for who knows how long to help him unbend a rebar was maybe not the most intuitive of them.
So, is the benefactor thing all done then? There effectively was no benefactor? Nobody benefited except the assassins who killed a couple low-levels and then went back to their lives with a few mil?
I would think if all his friends started missing Scott, and Kate shows up with an extra berserker who clearly has their skull belted on, they might get a little suspicious.
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?