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    -runs in and falls down- Hey, I have returned from my vacation. Sorry for not replying sooner. Anyway, all caught up on the episodes. I'm just curious though, what is Peter Hale's plan for Lydia? Seeing that she didn't die or get turned when he bit her. Also, who is the Kanima's master?
    IDK what hale's plan is...but I get a feeling that the kanima's master is grandpa Argent.

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    IDK what hale's plan is...but I get a feeling that the kanima's master is grandpa Argent.
    I'm thinking that as well. Either that or it's somebody completely unexpected.
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    I think that the master is Peter Hale via Lydia.

    Spoilers for most recent episode.

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    I think the pratty science teacher is too obvious. Beacon Hills seems rather small-ish.

    Also, love the irony of the werewolf hunters' leader becoming a werewolf. Or will she become a Kanima as well? Or is she dead? Eeinteresting.
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    Teen Wolf season 2 episode 7 review: Restraint
    Review Ron Hogan Jul 11, 2012

    With welcome nods to The Breakfast Club, Ron salutes the latest episode of Teen Wolf...

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    2.7 Restraint

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    Just because you know your enemy, that doesn't mean it's easy to stop said enemy. For example, the kanima is Jackson; Scott and Stiles know this, but they can't exactly overpower him when he's out killing in lizard form. While Jackson isn't a friend, he's not in control of himself either; that's no reason to simply follow a Derek Hale-type solution and just kill him outright. Stopping Jackson -and his mastermind - is the plan. It's just tougher than it ought to be considering all the interference from Peter and his gang of werewolves, various school officials, and Jackson himself.

    There's also the restraining order; let's not forget that. That's right, Jackson takes his issues with Scott to the legal system, rather than simply fighting it out monster-a-monster. Though, to be fair, they do that too, in a really brutal fight in the locker room when Scott walks in and sees Jackson semi-molesting Allison (who was sent to look for Jackson in the first place).

    There are other things at play here, namely Lydia and her mystery man who I completely misidentified last week as Matt the camera guy. As it turns out, Matt is just Matt, the guy obsessing over Allison (and he asks her to a rave/concert/party thing this week, to which she says yes possibly to just get him to go away, but still, potential plot twist!). Lydia's mystery man remains a mystery, until the end of the episode. I love Lydia's storyline, and I like how I really have no idea what's real and what isn't with her (admittedly, I was way behind the commentators on the Lydia hallucination thing). Things seem to end up being more static this week, with some real reveals, but still - can you believe what Lydia sees?

    Can you believe what Jackson sees, for that matter? As the conflict between Jackson and the kanima within him increases, he's becoming more and more unhinged. He's hallucinating commands in book titles, he's having fugues and waking up covered in blood from the events of the cold opening trailer kill... Jackson's not exactly having a smooth transition into his new status as a shape shifter, and whoever is pulling his strings is a dangerous person with a specific mission in mind. We don't know who that is yet, but he's not afraid to get his hands dirty (or she, I guess).

    I really enjoy the cinematic touches that Russell Mulcahy brings to Teen Wolf. He makes some great choices in this week's episode. I like the nods to The Breakfast Club - the Teen Wolf gang gets detention in the library and told not to leave their seats, yet they leave their seats almost immediately - and more importantly I like the way he handled the scarier content in tonight's episode. The scene in which Jackson goes lizard and starts wrecking the library, only to get pulled into an automatic writing episode was simply hair-raising.

    Credit goes to Colton Haynes for his great physical work in that particular scene, and bonus points must be given for the megalomaniacal way he delivered his threats to Allison in the scene in the boy's locker room. It's not terribly menacing, but it is interesting—ditto Eaddy Mays as Victoria Argent, Allison's mother, who has become one of the show's treats. Her decidedly not subtle threats toward Scott when she learns from Melissa McCall that their children may or may not be having sex was very funny in a very intentionally campy way. It was another solid episode from the writing team of Nick Antosca and Ned Vizzini, who have turned in quality work all season.

    That's what I think I enjoy most about Teen Wolf. It balances funny with scary, action with romance, and campy with serious without losing the effectiveness of any of the moments in any permanent way. There may be moments that go awry, or episodes that fail to strike the perfect balance, but most of the time Teen Wolf gets it right and produces an entertaining hour of television. This week was very entertaining.

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    Teen Wolf season 2 episode 8 review: Raving
    Review Ron Hogan Jul 17, 2012


    It was a busy week for Teen Wolf, with plenty of twisting plots in the lead-up to the series' next big revelation. Here's Ron's review...

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    2.8 Raving.

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    Actions have consequences. When you've got a lizard monster running around killing people, there are going to be repercussions. When you've got the son of the sheriff stealing police equipment, kidnapping the son of a powerful attorney, and generally breaking every law imaginable in the pursuit of the greater good and health of the community... well, you've still got someone breaking a whole lot of laws, and that has to be dealt with.

    In this case, Sheriff Stilinski (Linden Ashby) appears to be suffering as a result of his son's antics, and the kanima keeps on killing. Still, before Stiles Sr. loses his job, he and Stiles show off their smarts in a scene in which the Stiles clan researches the kanima's killing pattern to search for clues. The victims have all been 24-year-olds, Class of 2006. And, curiously enough, they all have the same teacher: Mr. Harris (Adam Fristoe) the creepy chemistry teacher. Is that a red herring? That remains to be seen.

    There were a lot of things happening this week. Argent is pressuring his daughter; Scott and the wolves are trying to capture Jackson before he kills the next victim on his master's list; Scott and Allison are having relationship problems; even Dr. Deaton (the vet, played by Seth Gilliam) has some sort of relationship going on with the guidance counsellor (Ms. Morrall, played by Bianca Lawson). I'm leaving out a few things, but long story short, everyone is busy. It could very easily be crowded, but the script from Jeff Davis seems to keep everything balanced well. You get just enough of every storyline to keep them all sizzling, and not too much of any one thing. The main action stays in the focus, and the multiple story lines all come together at the underground concert in a clever bit of writing. It can get a bit confusing if you're not paying attention, but the show does a good job at making it easy to pay attention to.

    Interestingly, we get Argent's first name this week; Gerard calls him Chris, which I think might be the first time we've heard his actual first name on the show. Thus far he's been Mr. Argent or Argent or some variation of that, but apparently his name is Chris, and while he has one great face-off with Derek and Boyd, this week is the Eaddy Mays show.

    Mrs. Argent stole the show this week, displaying some clever cruelty and oddly funny comments on how weed was smoked in her day versus how weed is smoked these days. It's interesting to see that character go from just the woman who looks really creepy as she spies on her daughter to having some more definition. Granted, she's still obviously a danger to Scott (given the way she treats him this week), but apparently she also used to party, so she can't be all bad. As one of the more underused characters, it's fun to see her get more face time and not just threaten sexual violence to Scott via pencil sharpener. Her first major stunt scene in the show - a brilliant fight with Derek - was a whole lot of fun. Quick, but hard-hitting and well shot by Russell Mulcahy, who knows how to play in light and shadows, even if those shadows are strobes.

    To the credit of the crew of Teen Wolf, the show seems to know where it's going when it introduces potential solutions to its various problems: who was the alpha, who is the kanima, who is controlling the kanima. The show is great at creating suspects, and giving them just enough rope before pulling them back in from suspicion, leaving only the culprit. We are going into the ninth episode of the show, and I have no idea who the puppet master for the kanima is, I only know who it is not. There's a list of suspects, a speculative reason behind the controlling, but nothing solid yet.

    Personally, I can't wait for answers.

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    Wow...just when I thought Teen Wolf couldn't get any better...it amps things up this week. Its nice to finally learn Mr. Argent's first name. I still wanna know who is controlling the kanima. I also wanna know what the vet has going on with the counselor. It looks like next week's episode should be another good one.

    I found the following pics of Colton Haynes in Kanima makeup. He doesn't have the slit eyes in...but I thought they were cool.




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    Nice pics. I do have to say one thing, Mr. Argent's first name, Chris, was discovered in the first season. Unless you're talking about Mrs. Argent, then that makes more sense.

    My question is, is Scott a part of Derek's pack officially, or is he still an Omega? According to season preimere, an Omega is a wolf who isn't a part of a pack. Either they lost their pack or they willingly left. If they can willingly leave, does that mean Scott can leave Derek's pack (if he's a part of it) at anytime or will he remain with it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoK View Post
    Nice pics. I do have to say one thing, Mr. Argent's first name, Chris, was discovered in the first season. Unless you're talking about Mrs. Argent, then that makes more sense.

    My question is, is Scott a part of Derek's pack officially, or is he still an Omega? According to season preimere, an Omega is a wolf who isn't a part of a pack. Either they lost their pack or they willingly left. If they can willingly leave, does that mean Scott can leave Derek's pack (if he's a part of it) at anytime or will he remain with it?
    I would venture to say that Scott is a part of Derek's pack.
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    If you remember at the end of episode 7 Scott declared himself a part of Derek's pack. Then in episode 8 when Victoria was using wolfsbane smoke to kill Scott, Scott howled. Derek responded to the howl as an Alpha protecting his pack. Then, of course, Victoria got herself a little bite on the shoulder.
    As for leaving the pack at will, I don't know. However, that may be addressed later.

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    After a strong first and second season, MTV’s hit supernatural drama Teen Wolf claws its way into a third season. The network not only announced the show’s renewal this week at Comic-Con – but also that the series episode count has been doubled to include 24 episodes, instead of the 12 they had for the previous two seasons.

    Loosely based on the ’80s film of the same name, Teen Wolf centers on recently-turned teen werewolf Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), who is learning to cope with his newfound power while trying to maintain a normal life.

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    I'm glad it got renewed, and that it gets 24 eps next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VampyreWraith View Post
    I'm glad it got renewed, and that it gets 24 eps next season.

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    That episode was tragic.
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    That episode was tragic.
    How so?
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    How so?
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    I find it rather sad that Allison's mom kills herself because she cannot accept that she becomes a werewolf. And I find it more tragic that her husband facilitates it, who clearly loves her. And it was especially tragic for Allison, because she lost her mother.
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    Teen Wolf season 2 episode 9: Party Guessed
    Review Ron Hogan Jul 24, 2012

    Party Guessed is hands down the best episode of this season of Teen Wolf. Read Ron's review, here...

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    2.9 Party Guessed

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    Teen Wolf seems to be a show that enjoys being weird. Tonight's episode seemed to maximize that interplay between reality and fantasy, with every character getting some sort of hallucinatory experience for one reason or another. For Lydia, she's just straight up having a mental breakdown/under the thrall of Peter Hale. For Stiles, Scott, Allison, Jackson, and Matt, their impromptu, unwanted fantasies are the result of Lydia's nefariousness.

    You see, it's Lydia's birthday, and since it's spring break as well, she's planning a big blow-out party. Unfortunately, she's kind of become the town weirdo since she got attacked by Peter Hale. Hence, the party is a bust aside from Stiles, Allison, and Scott showing up. Thankfully, Stiles has some new friends - the cross-dressers from their brief adventure in the town gay bar - and Scott has the lacrosse team, so before long Lydia's birthday is hopping and everyone's there. Including Jackson.

    However, while Allison is blissfully out partying, her world is about to turn upside down. Not only does she find out that Matt the photographer is kind of a creepy stalker type, but her mother is dying. Remember last week, Victoria got bitten by Derek during the fight, and now, well... there's no way the family of slayers is going to let her live to turn into the very thing they've spent their lives hunting (at least not when Gerard is around; Argent himself seems fine with the idea).

    Sometimes, you watch a show and someone comes out of nowhere with some really surprising, brilliant acting work. Throughout this season, Eaddy Mays as Victoria Argent has simply been the world's creepiest mom. Whether she's threatening to castrate Scott, running Scott down with a car while trying to kill him, or generally being the scariest mother since Joan Crawford, Mrs. Argent was nothing if not unrelatabale. Well, this week, Victoria was completely different. Faced with her own mortality, she was scared, sad, lonely, trying like hell to reach out to her daughter, and completely relatable. Mays and JR Bourne had some great chemistry and I really felt an emotional impact from both theirs, and Mays' scenes with Crystal Reed. I shouldn't feel for her, because she scares me, but I did. The actors playing the Argent family did some great work tonight. They're technically the antagonists, but I felt for them.

    The Stiles and Sheriff show-down tonight also really worked, especially when you consider just how many heart-to-hearts the two have had in recent weeks. The whole conceit of the wolf's bane punch (or some sort of flower punch) giving everyone hallucinations was pretty interesting, and it helped to add more characterization to the teens of Teen Wolf. Dylan O'Brien and Linden Ashby's son/father relationship works really well and it was nearly as brutal seeing Stiles's manifested guilt as it was seeing Mrs. Argent's final moments.

    Or were they? During Mrs. Argent's death scene, when Chris has to help her end her life, there was a very clever moment. She sees the moon, her eyes start to turn wolfy yellow, and then the knife finds purchase in her heart. She passes away, and her eyes return to their normal color. Perhaps we have not seen the last of her after all (or maybe she's actually dead; I guess we'll see).

    There's another big reveal tonight, and that's who the master of the kanima is. Well, maybe it is, anyway. It came in the midst of a lot of people having acid-type freak-outs and the party-ruining presence of the cops, but there was a definite reveal of who Scott seems to think it might be. Of course, that's only one of the surprises tonight.

    I have to hand it to Jeff Davis; this was a brilliant episode of Teen Wolf. The second season has been an improvement on the first, and Party Guessed is without a doubt the best episode of the series so far. The actors had a lot of stuff to work with, and it's a credit to Davis and director Tim Andrew that they excelled. (Andrew and Davis even worked in a werewolf on werewolf-on-werewolf fight scene this week, which was fun but not even close to the best thing about the episode).

    As for how the events of this week will play out in the next few episodes, I couldn't even hazard a guess. After all, how can you tell what's real and what isn't? I have some vague ideas about what's going on, or what I think is going on, but I can't tell you for sure any of it is actually happening. Is Peter Hale really back, or was Derek hallucinating that due to the flower powder Lydia dosed him with? Is the kanima master really the person Scott sees in the aftermath of the party?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lordofseas View Post
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    I find it rather sad that Allison's mom kills herself because she cannot accept that she becomes a werewolf. And I find it more tragic that her husband facilitates it, who clearly loves her. And it was especially tragic for Allison, because she lost her mother.
    Ah. I got the impression that you thought the entire episode was bad or "tragic", my bad. But yes, it was tragic, in what you described, not the entire episode.
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    I thought season 2 had 24 eps? Now there's only 3 left? Bummer!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibn Rushd View Post
    I thought season 2 had 24 eps? Now there's only 3 left? Bummer!!!
    I remember reading the same thing about season 2.

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