Teen Wolf: So Cray, So Good
I can count on one hand the number of people I know who watch Teen Wolf, and it makes me sad. No, really. Teen Wolf is one heck of a deranged show, but it’s so fun to watch. It’s super campy—take the overly generous use of slow mo, the bloodcurdling screams every five minutes, and even the actual action sequences (near-death by kalmot, anyone?).
I thought last season's finale took the cake: after Jackson dies as a kanima (looong story), he’s reborn as a werewolf with strangely blue eyes. But this hybrid monstrosity proved me wrong. What a way to open season three.
Main protagonist Scott is back with his puppy dog (sometimes werewolf) eyes. I love me some Tyler Posey, but sometimes he reminds me of Sam Milby circa "I never… said… that I love you."
Scott and Allison (Crystal Reed) are still not back together, but you know it's just a matter of time. Hello, recall how they broke up: he says he'll wait for her, she says there's no such thing as fate, he says there’s no such thing as werewolves. So cheesy! <3
While the odds are slightly in favor of Scott and Allison in the love department, Lydia (Holland Roden) has the worst. Luck. Ever. Jackson (Colton Haynes) dumps her in season one, a manipulative alpha stalks her in season two, and just when you thought she and Jackson might get back together in season three, he leaves for Arrow London. Gurl, kay Stiles ka na lang kasi. The boy (Dylan O'Brien) is on a (15-year) mission to make her fall in love with him. I ship it.
The last thing I saw was episode three, the one with the threefold virgin sacrifice. Combined with the alpha pack, this season is just going to get crazier and crazier. Tune in with me and join the madness!
Teen Wolf airs Saturdays, 5pm on BETV.