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Monday's episode found Scott, Malia and Kira stricken with a nasty poison, courtesy totally helpless to the situation that could very well end their relationship for good. And could Lydia's mom have a history with the coach?. Later cast from left to right: Malia, Stiles, Lydia, Scott, Kira, Derek, and Liam. Teen Wolf is an American television series that airs on MTV. The series premiered on Sunday, . In the Season 1 finale, Scott and Allison reaffirm their relationship after .. He attempts to train Scott to help him control his new werewolf nature but . However, from then on, Scott and Kira remained in a solid relationship for the ended when Kira made the difficult decision to return to Shiprock to train with the .
Scott is hurt when Allison and Isaac develop a romantic relationship but eventually comes to terms with it. Scott starts going out with Kira Yukimura after learning she likes him and she is also a Kitsune. When Stiles is possessed by the Nogitsune, Scott is determined to separate the Dark spirit from Stiles without his best friend dying. In "Insatiable", Allison is fatally stabbed by the Oni. Scott tries to save her life by taking her pain, but he can't. Allison comforts Scott, telling him she is in his arms and she loves him before she dies.
Devastated, Scott kisses Allison's forehead. At Season 3's end, Scott moves on with his life mourning Allison. In Season 4, Scott is trying to come to terms with Allison's death. He puts his romance with Kira on hold, but eventually decides to move on and give in to his feelings for her, sharing a deep kiss with her. Scott takes Liam under his wing, helping him adjust to being a werewolf and keeping him safe.
Scott vows to stop the Dead Pool and save his friends from death. Upon learning Rafael killed an assassin to save Stiles' life with no way otherwise, Scott contemplates should he resort to killing his opponents in order to stop them. In "Monstrous", Scott saves young Lori Rohr from death and then attempts to kill the assassin out of rage. This action causes Scott to Evolve for the first time, triggering a transformation into a new bestial shape which includes a heavier brow, rippled-like skin, more fangs, his eyes turning completely black with the exception of his Alpha eye color becoming brighter.
When the assassin surrenders, Scott stops at the last minute, sparing the man's life. He permanently gains additional fangs afterwards. Liam reaches Scott's spirit, and Scott breaks free of the Berserker form. Scott then faces Peter, having figured out the latter's plan to conspire with Kate to have Scott killed. He clashes with his werewolf sire fiercely. Peter goads Scott he'll have to kill him if he wants to beat him. When Peter threatens Liam, Scott Evolves again, gaining new super-strength.
He defeats Peter while also sparing him, deciding for good he's an Alpha instead of a monster while declaring that Peter was always the other way around.
In Season 5A, Scott and his Pack start senior year. Scott plans to get into UC, Davis to become a vet following in Deaton's footsteps. Scott eventually tells Kira he loves her, but is then unnerved by her increasingly bloodthirsty behavior due to her Kitsune Evolution, admitting to Theo he's losing trust in her. During the Dread Doctors' killing spree, to combat the para-scientists, Scott and his Pack read the subliminally coded novel based on the Doctors.
It causes Scott to flashback to when he was hospitalised as a child following a severe asthma attack. It's then revealed that as a child, Scott used to own a dog named Roxy who was fatally attacked by another dog which led to his asthma attack and hospitalisation.
The book also causes Scott's asthma to psychosomatically return. When Hayden Romero is identified as the next Chimera, Scott takes rash action to stop the Doctors' bloodbath, using Hayden as bait in a sting operation to capture the para-scientists, to Liam's fury.
Unfortunately, the plan fails with Liam and Hayden captured, but both are rescued by Theo afterwards. Due to this, Scott willingly accepts Theo into the Pack. Scott later has an emotional breakdown over his failed leadership and Kira having to leave sharing a goodbye kiss with her and is overwhelmed by the distrust and secrecy in everyone around.
The revealed Chimera has spiked his inhaler with wolfsbane to weaken him and arranges for Liam, enraged and supercharged due to the supermoonkill him. Mason snaps Liam out of his rage, but Theo kills Scott afterwards. He is revived by Melissa and the supermoon's power. In Season 5B, "The Last Chimera", Scott is physically and emotionally defeated over his failure, his Pack being estranged and his werewolf powers left faulty, his mortal wound from Theo not healing.
Despite the rift in his friendship with Stiles, he and Scott figure out how to save Stilinski's life and succeed. Scott later takes his mom's advice to bring hope for his Pack. He marks this promise with a symbol, his tattoo, the symbol for his Pack. After the shattered Pack is reunited, Scott's wound from Theo fully heals and he completely gets his confidence, power and motivation back.
As the dangers escalate, Scott reveals he'd instigated a constructed plan in motion weeks in advance to put a stop to the collected villains: Later, to assuredly save a consenting Hayden's life, Scott gives her the Bite, adding her to his Pack and power.
In the season 6 premiere "Memory Lost", after 3 months of Beacon Hills being safe from supernatural threats, Scott believes the town no longer needs his protection, but is quickly embroiled in a bizarre case of a lost boy named Alex,his missing parents and mysterious horsemen known as the Ghost Riders.
After Stiles' encounter with a Ghost Rider, Scott suddenly forgets about him. In "Superposition", when Scott tells Deaton that parts of his memory are missing, Deaton tells him that his subconscious is trying to tell him something and he should try getting some sleep. After waking up in the woods, Scott calls Malia and Lydia and tells them about the night he was bitten. Certain things don't add up, like how he knew about the body or how he got to the woods. He knows it sounds crazy, but he thinks he had a best friend who came with him that night.
Scott explains that they're looking for someone named "Stiles" but due to his dementia, Elias mistakes Scott for his son. In "Relics", after unsuccessfully trying to convince several students of the dangers they face by playing in the lacrosse game, Scott is forced to play in order to protect them. Unfortunately, he fails as each of the students were taken by the Ghost Riders. When the tow truck driver returns to take it, Scott becomes aggressive at him.
Later in the episode, Scott and Lydia are contacted by Stiles through the radio. He tells them to find a place called "Canaan". Lydia and Parrish felt forced, and, as Kalissa said, they never had any chemistry. And when they did break up, the scene was so pointlessly cryptic, I had no idea they even had broken up until Malia told Scott later.
All in all, it was pretty anti-climactic. As for Liam and Hayden, their relationship went from zero to 60 unnervingly fast, especially for how young they look and are in real life. It just happened, without much fuss.
I get that they are love interests, etc. And if for whatever reason Teen Wolf had decided to include such a scene I wanted them to at least show some safe sex practices, which the used to do back during the first three seasons. I really do not understand Lydia and Parrish. I agree with them not having any chemistry, and the whole thing does feel very one-sided.
Scott and Kira
With the Beast gone will the show continue to keep Parrish? Scott and Kira had some interesting parallels, as Kate pointed out, about Scott losing his pack and Kira losing her control over her kitsune side. While I do like them as a pairing I really want Teen Wolf to stop focusing too much on relationships and let the characters stay single for a while.
Right now I do feel that Stiles and Lydia are endgame on this show. Thoughts about female character arcs: Lydia, Malia and her mother, Kira and her kitsune powers? I was thrilled at the start of the season when it seemed like Lydia was going to be able to not only learn more about her powers as a banshee, but also take control of them.
That excitement quickly dwindled when Lydia took on a comatose state and all of her scenes took place in Eichen House where she was stuck with an employee that definitely gave off a sexual predator vibe. The main problem with this season is that there were too many characters for anyone to have a strong arc. Kira leaving did not feel organic to the story because any build-up to this was just scattered here and there in the episodes.
The same goes for Malia and her mother. I did not understand that plotline, mostly because the two barely had any scenes together. Having a character become catatonic once is acceptable—like Peter, for instance—but twice in less than a handful of seasons?
If the show were actually saying something about oppression and autonomy, maybe I could forgive the repetitiveness. Instead, her story felt sporadically addressed rather than continuous. I was looking forward to a lot of Kira this season.
With the Dread Doctors working on frequencies and Kira having electromagnetic powers, I thought she would play a very crucial role in defeating the doctors or even when it came to taking down the Beast.
But she was mostly shoved into the background especially in 5B.
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Malia and the Desert Wolf plotline has never made sense to me. It also makes Talia Hale come across as a very stupid character. And when Malia was born, Talia gave a were-coyote baby to a human family. Trying to make sense of the whole thing makes me get a headache. Thoughts about Theo and his chimera pack.
Did the show do the Dread Doctors justice?
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The only baddies whose motives felt less organic and comprehensible than the Dread Doctors were the Alpha Pack in season 3A. Reviving a long-dead monster is a laborious process. So, what was their endgame? For me, this never became clear. Which is unfortunate, because I loved the idea of these bizarre, power-grubbing alchemists who dress like a steampunk doomsday gang. And why was Marcel one of the Dread Doctors? The Dread Doctors were supposed to be these very ancient and powerful beings who had the ability to change the rules of science and paranormal.
Why did the Dread Doctors do what they did during season 5? How did Marcel become the Doctor in the first place? Was he in love with Sebastian? But if he was how did he recruit the other two Doctors? So many questions that were just left unanswered. They just felt like a means to an end regarding when Theo started to drain their powers. The Dread Doctors were fantastic villains, visually, but that was about the extent of it. The Desert Wolf had the most focused motivation but received the least amount of screentime.
With so many big bads, it was harder to become invested in this season. Theo intrigued me at the start of the season, but during 5B it felt like he was just always lurking around with his pack and not taking an active role in the story.