Teen Wolf: Season 1, Episode 7

Night School (11 Jul. 2011)

TV Episode  |  TV-14  |   |  Action, Comedy, Drama
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Responding to Scott's howl, the alpha savages Derek and traps Scott and Stiles in their high school. Events escalate even further when Allison, Jackson, and Lydia are lured to the school as well with a phony text message.



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Episode credited cast:
Derek Hale (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
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Surprisingly quickly, Scott's wolf howl attracts the giant alpha, who, having savaged Derek, appears in and around the high-school. There Scott has a hellishly hard time trying to hide or barricade with Stiles and, as a result of phony text messages, Jackson, Lydia and Allison. The alpha's howl and presence cause Jackson's back claw wounds to hurt, which he still hides. the monster kills nobody, but apparently waits until Scott, who believes he's being summoned to the alpha pack like Derek said, transforms and transits by killing his friends. Pressed by the others, Stiles finally calls his father, who arrives when it's all over. Thinking of Allison again allowed Scott to re-assume human form unnoticed, but after the trauma she dumps him till further notice. Written by KGF Vissers

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TV guidelines preclude the overt listing of the ingredients of a Molotov cocktail on the off-chance that a viewer might actually concoct one. That's why Lydia only mentions one of the chemicals that can be used. See more »


Allison get's a text message from Scott telling her to meet him at the school URGENT. The time the text was sent and received is 7:12pm. But, her phone shows the current time as 9:26pm. See more »


Jackson: Stay here.
Lydia Martin: I'm not staying in the car.
Jackson: Just stay...
Lydia Martin: Do NOT leave me alone in the car!
Jackson: Fine. Don't have a meltdown.
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Incredible... Uncredible err...
2 November 2011 | by (NYC/FL) – See all my reviews

I said in an earlier review that a lycanthropic kid has potential as a series if the writers, actors and directors could avoid the obvious pitfalls. They haven't.

The Lacrosse coach is still insufferable.

The discontinuity of Derek and others has continued. There is nice eye candy in this series but almost every character has long periods where their actions (and withholding of key information to other characters) is just annoying.

However on the plus side, there's plenty of issues to cover that are outside the normal high-school ilk and the "it's no big deal" way that they treat one of the supporting character's gayness is kind of refreshing.

Every episode has a few moments of standard horror movie footage strung together with a plot line that almost, kinda, maybe, MIGHT make sense if you were high enough. Or not really paying attention or... something.

I'm not real sure why the creative team can't get it together better than they do. I really want to like this but they're making it really hard to do so. I get the distinct feeling that they think we're REALLY stupid.

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