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Awkward teen Scott McCall’s life changes forever when he is bitten by a werewolf and becomes one himself. Some changes are positive – increased prowess in sports, super-hearing and a boost in confidence. But there are problems, and dangers, that come along with being a lycanthrope.
On the eve of Senior Year, Scott and his friends find themselves facing the possibility of a future without each other, a next phase of their lives that might take them in different directions despite their best intentions. Little do they know that outside forces are already plotting to break the pack apart long before they ever see graduation. New villains that use a combination of science and the supernatural for a malevolent and mysterious purpose that will eventually pit Scott and his friends against their greatest enemy yet.
Fighting. Existential angst. Shirtlessness. Psychotic rage. Lacrosse. “Battlefield” had it all. Relive it with this Teen Wolf review. Morell, which illustrates the fact that he’s pretty close to a stress induced mental breakdown and acts as a handy recap for the audience. Matt’s body was found, Stiles’ dad got his job back for uncovering Matt as the killer, the fact that almost drowning when you’re nine is not a good reason to go on a killing spree is acknowledged, Allison still isn’t talking to Scott because of her all consuming rage, Scott’s mom still isn’t talking to him because of his wolfish tendencies, Boyd, Erica, and Issac are missing, and also there’s a lacrosse game coming up. Someone give Stiles some relaxing breathing exercises.
Stiles himself seems hard-pressed to understand why he’s having this conversation, saying of Matt, “Just because a bunch of dumbasses dragged him into a pool when he couldn’t swim doesn’t give him the right to kill them, one by one.”
Still, that’s a big game, and when Jackson shows up for practice (at the behest of his new master Gerard), it’s a sign for Scott and Stiles to show back up, too, if only to keep an eye on Jackson. Turns out, Gerard’s got quite the potent weapon in Jackson the kanima, and if you thought Scott was in his pocket before, it’s even worse now that Gerard’s got real leverage. All he has to do is speak and the kanima will kill whoever: Scott’s mom, Stiles, Stiles’ dad, Lydia, Danny… you name it, Jackson Lizard can kill them. You see, the kanima is a creature of vengeance, and with Matt’s task incomplete, that leaves Gerard as the most vengeful person in Beacon Hills. Gerard wants Derek Hale dead, and if Scott won’t help voluntarily, Gerard will make him help.
There is panic. There is running and screaming and falling. The lights come back, and Jackson is in the middle of the field, bloody and not breathing. His wounds seem to be self-inflicted. As Melissa and Lydia begin CPR, Sheriff Stilinsky (yep, he got reinstated) realizes Stiles is missing.
Teen Wolf returns to MTV tonight with an all new episode called “Fury”. On tonight’s while following Derek, Allison is lead back to the sheriff’s station, where Stiles, Melissa, Scott, and the Sheriff are also being held hostage.. If you missed last week’s show called ‘Party Guessed’, we have a full and detailed recap here for you.
After revealing that Matt, Allison’s camera stalker, was the one controlling Jackson in his kanima form, the show starts with a flashback to explain a few things. On the night he lent his camera to Jackson, Matt was able to watch whatever Jackson was filming using a phone app. That’s how he saw Jackson begin to change into the kanima, and it was also the night their murder bond was formed. Since Scott and Stiles have figured out that Matt is the one behind all the murders in town, they go to Sheriff Stilinkski in order to turn the police department in Matt’s direction.
Not even a day after her mother died, and her Grandfather is already trying to manipulate her! Allison (Crystal Reed) has never necessarily been a weak character, but whatever fear or weakness she had before is certainly gone. With the death of her mother also came the death of ‘nice’ Allison. She wants revenge, and it’s quite obvious that she doesn’t care who she hurts to get it. Derek and his pack better watch their backs, there’s a new leader of the hunters.
Matt was traumatized by this event, but he kept his word and told no one, which certainly didn’t help matters. Fast forward to the night he rented Jackson his camera. From his car, he logs into his camera through his smartphone and can see everything the camera is capturing. What at first looks like a sex tape turns into something far scarier. Jackson, as the kanima, creeps outside and approaches Matt in the car. He is terrified at first, but the two hold their hands up to one another, the window the only barrier.
Tonight’s “Teen Wolf” was titled “Restraint.” But, the over the top weird, scary, horrifying teen drama was anything but. Tonight Stiles and Scott found themselves on the receiving end of a restraining order filed by Jackson’s dad. But Jackson’s family is falling apart at the seams, and so is Jackson’s sanity. Tonight he turned into the Kanima and almost killed more people, but may have already taken at least one victim, not to mention, Lydia came in contact with her dreamy boyfriend who turns out not to be what he seems either.
In the Sheriff’s office, Scott and Stiles are talking to Allison on speakerphone. Allison says that Jackson probably doesn’t know that someone is controlling him. They speculate that his transformation into the kanima causes a fugue state that causes Jackson to forget his actions.
Shame that, apparently, Jackson’s family decided to take out a restraining order against ‘kidnappers’ Scott and Stiles, which would make the whole discussion thing a little difficult. The McCall Mother and Stilinski Father chew out their respective children, Scott landing a grounding and the Sheriff obviously too soft-hearted to actually give Stiles more than a talking to.
During this short time, Erica reveals that Jackson’s parents died in a car crash a few days before Jackson was born (obviously false information somewhere), Jackson has a snake come out of his eye, he tears apart the whole library, temporarily paralyzes Matt and Erica, and threatens the scooby gang… And this is why teachers should be required to stay during detention hours. We’re still no closer to determining who the Kanima’s master is, nor do we have any clue about Jackson’s real parents. All I can link together is, his parents were murdered, and I’m guessing Allison’s grandfather had something to do with it… And their death had to be covered up somehow to have false information… My guess? Jackson’s real parents tried to cover up his supernatural history, so the same fate wouldn’t happen to him. There’s definitely more to the story, but I guess only time will tell.
So we have gone from who is the Kenima to where is he going to who is his master! For Scott it’s been one hell of a week and that’s saying a lot for our teenage wolf. There is no room for build up after last week’s episode and we are thrown right into the action with Derek chasing down the Kenima. Lucky for us Derek catches up to it and we get to see Alpha vs. Kenima. The special effects were a little lacking even for Teen Wolf standards during the fight but what are you going to do this is MTV.
Scott chases after it and ends up meeting up with Stiles outside of a bar, noticing the Kanima sneak inside, Scott assuming that it’s going after Danny. So obviously, they go after it, and realize that they’ve just ended up in a gay club. Go figure. And the Kanima is crawling around on the ceiling, creeping around right over Danny. Obviously, Stiles and Scott try and make sure no one ends up being lizard lunch. This fails, because somehow no one notices a lizard thing creeping through the tightly packed dance floor until people start falling over paralyzed from the stuff’s venom. People including Danny.
Allison mentions that she and her pals are trying to crack a passage in “archaic Latin” that will tell them something about the Kanima. Turns out Lydia can read archaic Latin: “I got bored with classical Latin.” “Just how smart are you?” asks Allison. The answer is, just as book-smart as she has to be to keep this sucker moving uphill, and just as dumb as she has to be in every other way to serve the same purpose by getting into trouble or failing to put two and two together. Lydia and Allison also have a good scene early on, when they’re in a car together but, sadly perhaps, not making out together. Allison urges Lydia, who was present for Jackson’s latest transformation, to not tell anyone what’s happening; Lydia promises that she won’t, and assures Allison that she’ll be really good at that, since she has no idea what’s happening.
Teen Wolf promised the identity of the kanima. And the show delivered! Who is the shape-shifting slime monster? Find out in our Teen Wolf “Venomous” recap! On tonight’s episode, the guys discuss the identify of the Kanima, and Lydia has another encounter with Peter Hale. Derek becomes convinced that Lydia is the shape-shifter and Scott needs to protect Lydia!
Jackson seems to be struggling with his new senses and powers. He lifted the truck and has super hearing one minute, but struggles with weightlifting the next. There’s obviously something going on here, and Jackson’s confusion about it all seems to have given Derek and his werewolves a reason to worry about it. After all, the whole point of the kanima is that it doesn’t know it’s a powerful monster when it’s not in monster form. Turns out, like a snake, it’s also not allergic to its own venom. Hence, when Derek and his gang kidnap Jackson from the gym at school and force-feed him poison, they’re nonplussed to discover it paralyzes him.
My favorite part of the mayhem was Allison’s (Crystal Reed) little showdown with Erica (Gage Golightly), in which she finally put her hunter skills to use and shot the boyfriend-stealing bitch. I understand what it means to sink your claws into someone, but Erica takes that phrase to a very literal — and very skanky — level with Scott. That chick needs to be gone, like, yesterday.
The same can be said for Scott as well. He is so focused on protecting everyone in his life, trying to be the hero, and bearing the consequences of Derek’s actions that he can’t see that his friends are able to protect themselves. Scott, too, needs to learn how to rely on his friends for help.
Teen Wolf this week focuses on the new lizard-like monster in town called the Kanima. A few questions were answered, but not the most important one: Who is it? Lydia, Jackson or someone else? We also witness firsthand the evil of Allison’s grandfather Gerard Argent. He is so ruthless and pure evil.
Before we get to the meat of this episode, let’s take a brief moment to study Allison’s grandfather, Gerard. We have still only seen the surface of what this man is capable of, but I cannot wait to delve deeper into the history that comes with him. For starters: he and the vet have a past of sorts (did the vet ever work with the hunters?), he loves food if that recipe book holds any truth, he has to take a whole bunch of pills on a regular basis (that at some point better be explained considering we’ve seen them twice now), he has a bestiary (what else is out there!?), he wants everyone to underestimate him, and oh yeah, he loves playing with pointy blades. I know it is always important to leave a strong impression, but stabbing Scott in the abdomen? Not cool grandpa, not cool! That’s definitely one way to threaten someone, that’s for sure, but why pocket a favor from Scott considering he said he was so intent on killing all werewolves in the first episode? No good can come from nefarious planning.
The newest monster from the bestiary to hit Beacon Hills is a pretty disturbing, troublesome critter. No one really knows what it is there for, except for the local veterinarian. As it turns out, Dr. Alan (or Allen) Deaton (Seth Gilliam) is more than just a vet. He’s the key to pretty much every mystery. The first season established that he knows all about werewolves, and now it turns out that he also has some sort of past history with the Argents as well. While he’s not exactly clueless about the lizard monster that’s stalking Beacon Hills, he doesn’t know what it is.
Grandpa doesn’t trust Allison, which is fair because she is putting into place a heist to steal his 800-year-old cookbook. Who keeps their recipes in a leather-bound, tied journal instead of an actual cookbook anyway? That thing looked like something out of Game of Thrones not Martha Stewart Living. No wonder Allison and Scott thought it was a bestiary. (Which is a book of mystical creatures, unlike what Allison and Scott were thinking.) But at least Scott got to enjoy the delicious two-day labor of love Grandpa cooked before getting stabbed in the rock-hard wolf abs. Grandpa is crazy, but he’s not a monster.
Also, there is a lot of wolf stuff. But the semi-nudity/nakedness (they’re the same thing) is the most important part of the season 2 premiere, “Omega.” After all, this is Teen Wolf! Shirts are optional. But there’s also a plot. You might even want to know a little about that plot. If so…
“Omega” was a pleasant return to Beacon Hills complete with flashy new opening credits. Call me vanilla (chocolate might be more appropriate), but I was content with the plain old title card. The opening scene with Jackson emerging from a creek to glance down at his bite mark, and reflection of the full moon in the water, was impressive looking if inconsequential in the grand scheme of the episode.
After watching the season two premiere, “Omega,” I reaffirm my conclusion that Teen Wolf is good television. There is quality action, great suspense, plenty of romance with very attractive actors, and interesting plot twists. Nobody will confuse the series with Breaking Bad in the writing department, but there is no longer much to make fun about the series.