Teen Wolf (2011– )
Henry cites the characters of Scott and Stiles to Ben concerning their friendship.
Rachel Tise has Charlotte tevo tonight's episode. Title Reference.
mentioned in dialogue
Photos from MTV's Teen Wolf are pinned up in Almost Human's shop.
Jacob is called 'Teen Wolf'.
mentions the new TV series
The entire episode takes place on the set of MTV's Teen Wolf and makes multiple references to that series.
a promo for a fake show called "Teen Jay" supposedly from the show's producers is shown
An open page for this series is seen in Blaire's screen. Shelley Hennig, who plays Blaire, also plays Malia Tate on the series.
Max is disappointed when Stan tries to pose as a student, instead of "another Teen Wolf."
The Hoover State Psychiatric Facility housing Paulina Zander is the same institution which serves as 'Eichen House' in the hit genre show Teen Wolf, to which Shelley Hennig also prominentely appears in as a main character
Leo: ''Oh, yeah, you can't be too careful on the mean streets of Beacon Hill.''
"In one tab she has open, 'MTV's Teen Wolf'."
Referenced in the cold opening
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when announcing Dylan Sprayberry as a guest for the coming episode.
Mentioned by Chris Hardwick when introducing Dylan Sprayberry.
correct response in "MTV" category
Title mentioned at start of Hook up Hunk sketch
The show was advertised on the cover of a Rolling Stone magazine in one scene.
After the werewolf that bit Claire talks to her about how turning is a good thing, Claire calls him "Teen Wolf". This is a reference to the popular MTV show of the same name, Teen Wolf (2011), based off of the Michael J. Fox movie, Teen Wolf (1985), about a teenage werewolf. An iconic line of a character from Teen Wolf, called Derek Hale, is the phrase "The bite is a gift," which is what the werewolf in this episode was trying to get across, explaining Claire's comparison.
Tom: "Hey, guys! Do you like my 'Teen Wolf' cosplay? I'm trying to evoke the movie, not the TV series necessarily."
Clips shown in "What Am I Watching?"
Spoofed as "My Life as a Teenage Werewolf" in the vampire TV segment
Meme Wolf is a spoof of this show.
Middle-aged Wolf is a spoof of this show.
spoof of the foxes they have in this series