The Beast of Gévaudan was released at the lacrosse game last week, and this week is about Scott and his pack protecting the spectators. Meanwhile Argent tell Lydia the history of the beast and the hunter who killed it back in the 18th century. That hunter brings back veteran Teen Wolf actress Crystal Reed, who plays the maid of Gévaudan.
Even though Scott’s pack is back together, maybe even stronger than before, the Beast of Gévaudan continues its attacks, while Parrish tries to tap into his Hellhound persona. Team Scott continue to try to protect Beacon Hills and find out who the beast is.
This week’s Teen Wolf was one of the best of this season with several unusual pairings between both packs. Tonight all things supernatural in Beacon Hills try to either save Lydia from Dr. Valack or try to escape Eichen House.
This week Teen Wolf caught up with all of the Lydia’s visions as the pack attempts to rescue her, stay two steps ahead of Eichen House and one step ahead of Theo and his chimera pack, all while the Beast of of Gévaudan continues its rampage on Beacon Hills.
This week Teen Wolf real time caught up with Lydia’s first vision and her using her banshee cry actively. One of the characteristics of an episode of Teen Wolf is having multiple layers of the story being told layered upon itself. Tonight was one of the best examples in Season 5. Your review starts now! **** […]
Scott and Stiles continue their bromance as they start putting the band back together again.
I was skeptical to hear that the second episode of this winter’s Teen Wolf was supposed to be better than the killer premiere, but they not only managed it this week, I can’t wait to watch it again!
Tonight is a welcome return, in many ways. Scott’s pack has been fractured nearly destroyed by Theo deceptions and manipulations, but this week was the first glimmer of hope, a resurgence of the pack we love working together in the midst of their inner turmoil, and the return of an old friend.
Abandoned and betrayed, this week Scott fights those he has learned to trust, while Theo reveals his true intensions. This week’s midseason finale is the most emotional episode I have seen of Teen Wolf.
If you thought that Theo had redeeming qualities before Monday’s Teen Wolf, then you can finally join the rest of us in knowing he sucks. It is a good thing for him that the writers want all of our favorite characters uncharacteristically not talking to one another.