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.
Man, Nazis! In America! Who would have thought?
Well, on the one hand, Mr. Douglas is a Nazi, and on the other hand, he just minused the number of Nazis in the room by one, so kind of a wash.
Poor Noah Stilinski, still wondering why he never noticed all those boarded up windows on that one side of his house before.
Ok, I don’t know anything about string theory except in cinema shorthand it usually means someone’s headed to CrazyTown, but I feel like even the crazys have some rationale for where they put the pins and the strings.
Peter, always a Helper.
Now if Malia is disappointed in her Dad by this time, she has only her own ill-founded expectations to blame.
Maybe Melissa could have gone for the gun at that point?
Theo! I trust him.
Liam, this is maybe not a decision you should make unilaterally.
Plus, it’s not even your sword.
You have to admit, the Nazis had a wide range of interests.
Grenadier Able is beginning to realize that he may have backed the wrong horse.
How did they even get Parrish? Last we saw, he went for a walk in the woods.
What if someone grabbed the Ghost Rider’s gun and whip? Then he couldn’t take anyone, although I guess he could still mop the floor with them.
What if they shot him with his own gun? Then some poor shlep has to sit on the same bench with a Ghost Rider for all eternity in the train station.
Hayden couldn’t just untangle herself from the whips while Liam was holding them?
Poor Noah. Never catching a break.
Nazis are pretty black and white.
Here’s a question: If Douglas has been in a tank since the 1940s, how did he get out and immediately have a California accent?
Well, on the other hand, if the Ghost Riders take everyone, that gets them through the rift, too.
Wait, I thought Noah missed his wife’s death because that night he was with Malia’s dying family in the car? Or am I confusing everyone by now?
Banshees are so creepy, even the Ghost Riders don’t want them in their train station.
So this is apparently the “Empire Strikes Back” moment for our gang.
If Kira can shoot electricity out her hands, I don’t know that she needs to be wandering around in the dark all the time.
Kate’s whole story doesn’t really jell that great. She came to the temple where the Berserkers were all happy to see her because she was the Bone Woman? What kind of qualifications did she fill for that?
Braeden’s not ok with Derek dying? Honey, you are not alone.
The true horror is that apparently no one in Beacon Hills has seen Star Wars.
Peter is proof that if you act confidently enough, and look good enough in a v-neck, people will flock to you as a leader no matter how evil/crazy you are.
Oh hey, Derek gave the faux triskelion to Liam! Because it worked so well for Kate, before.
Man, I wouldn’t be Mason for anything.
Yeah, Tamlyn Tomita’s back!
Ok, granted I’ve never been in that situation, but I’d think the gaping stab wound in her stomach would be painful enough to start the healing process without adding more pain on top.
Stiles is clearly the better Watcher here. It’s a wonder Scott made it through, if this is all Derek had up his sleeves.
Also, why is Liam only killing Derek? Did Stiles get enough abuse last season that he had an extra “not be killed” card for this one?
Here’s a thought: If you roll up on an ancient evil temple that you already know is filled with evil-y things, maybe look out the window before you open the car door.
Well if that wasn’t the weirdest in-show commercial ever.
Sheriff Stalinski is the awesomest, as the only person to figure out that just repeating ineffectual measures isn’t that good a defense against the Berserkers.
Hey, another fight where everybody tries to slap fight a Berserker while somehow forgetting that they can turn into supernatural creatures.
I think this might have been more effective a scene if Scott had had his curse broken by his relationship to Stiles, rather than Liam.
Ok, what the what?
No seriously, what?!
What did wolf!Derek! do to Kate? Lick her roughly? She seemed all mauled, but there was no blood on Derek, so…
Also, hi nude!Derek! How did he get out into the bushes from where he was sitting around dying earlier? Was getting stabbed to death with a bone knife part of the evolutionary process? Was actual death part of the evolutionary process?
Kate is shocked, shocked that her bro shot her. I am not so sure this should have been that much of a surprise.
I love Liam’s expression when Peter throws the table at him: “HDY!”
Kate’s dialogue here is reminiscent of Mother Gothel in “Tangled:” “Great. Now I’m the bad guy!”
Well these Mexican hunters certainly turned out to be less totally crazy than they seemed in the first episode.
It is convenient that Tamlyn married a guy who is not only a history teacher, but who can also carve obsidian as a hobby.
Eichen House: A franchise from the fine people who brought you Arkham Asylum.
Anyone else but me think it might be a mistake to double bunk two of your worst evils together?
Also LOL on how everyone thinks the creepiest thing in the world is looking at an eye.
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.