Teacher/ Counsellor/ Huntress, or whichever role she’s playing on her own to further the Inukute’s mission, Monroe, is the worst character to ever appear on Teen Wolf. I tried to endure for the past ten episodes, but every time she appeared on screen, my belle tightened and I wanted to puke.
This takes me back to my resolution at the beginning of the season, the show got so bad, which became more evident with the emergence of badly written characters and horribly directed scenes. For a fantasy show, it got so unbelievable.
It might have been easier to tolerate if Monroe had died, but she made it to the end, alive. I’m so angry.
‘Teen Wolf’ came to an end last Sunday, and I finally got around to watch it. For a show that used to be one of my source of TV joy, that then lost its way, it did a good job tidying things up.
Derek Hale, Stiles Stilinski, Deucalion, Jackson, Ethan, Gerald, Kate Argent, Evil Stiles (Remember the nogitsune), Jenifer (the Darach from S3a), The Oni, The Dread Doctor, The Berserker returned this final stretch. The final story wasn’t a good one, but it was a good way to bring back characters we haven’t seen in years. It was nostalgic full, especially the scenes with the nogitsune.
As expected, good triumphs over evil anytime, anyday. Scott deviced a way to defeat the Anuk-Ite, and it involved him clawing both eyes out. I didn’t see that coming, and sincerely, seeing as Stiles was the one who destroyed the Anuk-Ite with mountain ash, it didn’t make much sense.
Destroying the Anuk-Ite freed the citizens of Beacon Hills from the unusual fear that had gripped them.
One moment I did enjoy very much was, Theo’s act of kindness. He took the pain away. It’s always joyful when a bad guy turns good, just like Jaime Lannister in Game Of Thrones, the character arc is always something to look forward to. I really do wish I can get more of Theo; I guess I’ll settle for keeping tabs on the life and times of Cody Christian from now henceforth.
Thank God Gerald Argent didn’t live pass the finale, he has done more harm than good. Just like his son, Chris, told him, “Your family is in front of you.” Call it poetic justice that his own daughter clawed him to death. That’ll do, even though it was off screen.
Love prevailed at the end, everyone ended up with their one true love, with Chris + Melinda mirroring Scott + Allison at the start of the series. Malia’s kiss calmed Scott’s panic log enough to trigger the healing of his eyes; Stiles + Lydia are still together, even though we didn’t get a Stydia kiss; Jackson + Ethan (a surprise pair).
Teen Wolf had always been about family, Scott’s pack, and it was evident at the end of the hour when Team Scott met up to brief his latest intake. It’s been six wonderful years; thank you Teen Wolf for the journey; you’ll always be cemented in our hearts. Anytime there’s a full moon, I’ll always remember you.
PS: Every scene between Derek and Stiles was awesome. Haha! I missed these two together. Sterek all the way!
Citizens of Beacon Hill, rejoice, it’s your turn. It is time for some Teen Wolf talks.
The final episode of Teen Wolf is upon us. Before we go on, you can revisit my review on the first episode of season 6B here.
For long time fans of the show, it’s very obvious a principal character of the show since its inception in 2011 has been missing – in the person of Stiles Stilinski. Aside his cameo role at the tail end of season 6B episode 11, we haven’t seen him again. For the very observant viewers, you’d notice his name isn’t credited in the opening credits. All these are obvious indications that Stiles Stilinski (as played by Dylan O’Brien) is no longer a member of the hit MTV show.
Is This A Cause For Concern?
Not really. As Dylan O’Brien (Stiles) has said, his busy schedule caused his absence, his love for the show made sure he’ll pop up tangibly before the show says goodbye.
Why Isn’t His Name On The Show’s Credit Anymore?
There are regulations concerning whose name can and cannot appear on a show’s opening credit, as the character, Stiles, doesn’t appear in reasonable number of episodes, he cannot be given the accolade of a series regular.
What This Means For The Other Characters On The Show.
As can already be seen, Scott, Lydia, Malia, Liam, Argent, and co., have been seen to continue well without Stiles; though not the same, it’ll suffice to arrive the end of the show’s narrative. Stiles was given a good reason to not be in Beacon Hills, story wise, even as we look forward to his impending arrival any time soon.
Scott and Malia have a thing between them now that has made us partially forget his love story with Allison Argent (as played by Krystal Reed) and his romantic fling with Kira (as played by Arden Cho); the only person I feel for is Lydia Martins. Stiles recently confirmed his love for Lydia which the rest of us realized years back – story wise, they’re still together, but what’s a relationship when you rarely see each other? I’m just saying.
As we expect Stiles to appear in the season finale, we prepare ourselves to have quality fits of laughter and not the cheap thrill Malia has been feeding us with.
Teen Wolf returns with its season finale episode this Sunday, September, 2017.
The producers of MTV’s Teen Wolf choose to mtake a supernatural show and turn it realistic. This isn’t going as fine as it might have on paper. Teen Wolf is officially a shadow of its former self – lost in the shadow of its former glories, the good old days of the mighty true alpha, Scott McCall and his crew.
In the realm of fantasy, there’s a limit to what is acceptable and what isn’t; this season 6B, Teen Wolf flutters the border of that line very much and it’s bad.
Take the new school counsellor for example (whatever her name is)… her role in this season’s quest is the height of unrealism.
How does a counsellor get to turn students into killers, and the school authority doesn’t get to know?
How does she challenge the FBI without repercusuon?
How is it that she’s so fierce and annoying in every scene she appears?
I’m very much confused.
I also wondered how Gerald was free again, until I did my research. You can read up here.
For those fans of Teen Wolf who can’t rememeber how Gerald Argent got back on his feet and is wrecking havoc once again in Beacon Hills, Rinzy is here to help out.
Back in the early days of Teen Wold, when we met Gerald, season 2 to be exact, he was a ruthless, manipulative man. He wanted the bite of an alpha to defeat cancer, but was outsmarted by Scott McCall, which resulted in him having black blood ooze from all orifice of his body.
Gerald remained at a special home, up until season 5, when his son, Chris, provided him with a special plant, a yellow wolfsbane. This healed his cancer and restores him back to his human default. And after his assistance defeating the dread doctors, he fadd away, until this season.
There you have it. Hope this helped? Tell me in the comment box below.
The final set of episodes for Teen Wolf has began! After 6 years we say goodbye to the supernatural works of Beacon Hills for good (… or for now)
After the adventure with the Ghostriders, there seemed to be no dangling plot on the show worthy to expand upon; understandably, this brought about some sort of confusion/intrigue on what to expect. But trust Teen Wolf to surprise we the viewers.
Whatever the theme is this year appears to be a repercussion of our teens interfering with the wild hunt of the Ghost riders – they let something out.
For years on the show we’ve only had one Hellhound – Parish; and now we’ve got a new one, who happens to be more in tune with his powers than Parish. After creeping about the first 30 minutesof the episode, this new guy got to fight and ddefeat our hero, and almost Liam. Our villain (for now) appears to be searching for someone the wild hunt couldn’t keep, as evident from his dialogue with Liam.
“It won’t stay hidden. It must be stopped. Nothing else matters.” Those were his exact words.
Lydia with her Banshee powers gets a premonition that gives her (and us) better insight into the first plot of the year.
When the squad returned from the other side (where the Ghost riders kept them), they brought back something with them; something they think only the new Hellhound can send out.
Then there’s the creepy new counsellor of the school. At first, she seemed too inquisitive; not too long later, she appeared creepy. Finally, she came about as scarry. Our sexy new counsellor surprised us when she appeared to have ties to the hunters, and killed the new Hellhound… We’ll let time better sort out that plot.
This episode wasn’t funny, and I want to believe it’s because Stiles wasn’t in the bulk of it. I felt Malia gave lines that seemed forced. She tried too hard to be funny.
Added bonus: We get to see, or should I say perceive, Derek Hale again. At the FBI academy where Stiles currently hopes to start his future, the introductory class they have contains a video footage of Derek running in the woods (from season 1). And when Stiles asks why he’s on the footage, he’s told Creek is wanted for mass murder. I think the FBI opened an investigation into the Hale family’s arson case we the viewers knew was caused by Peter Hale (Derek’s uncle).
We’re off to a good start, let’s see how this final season goes.