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June 20th, 2012
Welcome to Teen Wolf Episode 4: Abomination. Did you miss Scott and the gang? I sure did, especially after the hoopla that was the 2012 MMVAs! Ready to get back into the mess that is known Beacon Hills High?
Watch Abomination here and read along with me. It’s like this is a reader manual to the show, and if you’re watching alone it’s like I’m that friend you turn to when you wanna go, “WTF?!” and I’m right there with you going, “I know, right?!”
The Fearless Vet AKA Scott’s boss AKA Dr. Deaton investigates the lacerations of that fallen Camp Argent solider. Are we on supernatural CSI? Wait a sec, I smell an idea for a new show… anyways, getting distracted! I wonder how much Dr. Deaton knows. I bet Scott is wondering as well.
Actually, he is. As Camp Argent comes barreling into the poor Fearless Vet’s personal space, Gerard makes it known that they need to figure things out (before more people get killed and get back to do what they like to do best: hunt werewolves). The Fearless Vet warns everyone about the new thing that goes bump in the night: “killing may be its only purpose.”
As Stiles is getting his Jeep fixed, he notes a little unsanitary business on the office door handle. Oh wait, no, that’s just some paralyzing goo. And now he can’t text. Or save the guy about to be crushed by the car. Uh-oh.
Note how much the mechanic looks like Jackson.
Meanwhile as Allison is going to cavort off to meet up with Scott her creepy grandpa Gerard stops her. And frightens the heck out of me. Imagine getting yelled at like that for saying, “Yeah”! Gerard impresses upon Allison that she can only trust family these days.
After Stiles almost becoming a reptile victim, he meets up with Scott to talk about it. Now they’re both freaked out.
See that mess of hair? Those blonde curls belong to Erica, who is currently laying her smack on … on Derek’s lips. Ughhhh… awkward. Derek has been training the Betas to become stronger and faster in order to build their up their forces against Camp Gerard. Unfortunately Isaac and Erica both aren’t up to snuff and Boyd isn’t doing anything of note to help out so… real crack army you got there, Derek!
He may be the Alpha but he too has a lot to learn. Just sayin’.
Meanwhile Lydia wakes up in sheets sullied by the blood in her hands and the blood she smeared on her broken mirror. Foreshadow alert, guys!
At school Allison and Scott share a moment … with Stiles as the relay man. Stiles is probably the best friend you could ever have and the best boyfriend you could ever have too. Such a good guy.
It’s Maya from Pretty Little Liars, everyone! She’s not actually dead! Oh wait… Nope. Just the new guidance counselor for Lydia.
In a barrage of new information, the boys rassle up some info: Gerard has a collection of beasts and creepy crawlies that Camp Argent have hunted or seen. By acquiring this book, they possibly could find out what (and more importantly, who) this reptilian is and maybe kill it.
At the lacrosse game that night Jackson gets his BFF Danny and creepy new guy Matt to check over the tape. And what they find is that Jackson may have a stalker in his room… who knows iMovie. Is Jackson a creepy crawly?
In Stiles’ absence (he’s gotta find this beast tome now in Gerard’s office) Coach puts in Boyd who cannot seem to control his Wolfy status. Scott warns him though and tries to ensure that Boyd stays in check but instead just puts more attention on the fact that his newly-broken leg (thanks, other team) is quickly healing in the middle of the field.
Looks like someone has a crush on Allison.
Lydia is crying in her car and of course, Stiles does his best to cheer her up. But first, business! He runs off to …
… root around Gerard’s office. No biggie.
While Scott heels (yep, we went there), he gets asked a question by Gerard. And it’s not, “How would you like to die?”.
Stiles gets cornered by Erica and Derek and he describes the reptile. But it seems like he doesn’t have to because the reptile is right. Behind. Him.
Erica gets thrown to the side and Derek (who saves Stiles, by the way) gets paralyzed and manages to go swimming … oh wait, he can’t move his body. So essentially, he’s become a human anchor and could drown at any moment. So Stiles does the brave and stupid thing and pays Derek back.
Back at Camp Argent, Gerard’s question wasn’t “May I gut you?”, it was “Would you like some dinner?”. See, Gerard doesn’t know that Scott and Allison “broke up” because he was a werewolf so that should make for some good dinner conversation, right? Right?
Om nom nom. Being angry makes you hungry.
Nothing says, “Welcome to the family!” like “I’m going to kill you!” Scott tries to reason with Mr. Argent before dessert.
Somehow Allison and Scott escape to try to find Gerard’s Little Book of Horrors. They realize that the book they were searching for is actually a USB that Stiles has (or had, seeing as how he left the keys in the office door).
Scott heads back to school … only to come face to face with the reptile, Stiles, and Derek hanging by the pool. As Scott somehow makes the reptile escape, he talks to Derek about sharing information which makes Derek angry to no end.
After everyone is saved at the end of the night, Scott picks his mother up from work… only to actually be gutted by Gerard, who knows the secret. Whoops. Now Scott stands alone, not wanting to be part of Derek’s pack and not wanting to side with Grampa Lunatic.
What’s going to happen next week? Who knows, but I’ll be there watching. Like the reptile. Who is sooo obviously Lydia.
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