Realizing something is very wrong with Casey, Darryl watches him like a hawk, witnesses what resembles a suicide attempt while surfing and kicks in his barricaded door, only to yield denial...
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From aboard the IMDboat at San Diego Comic-Con, Kevin Smith talks to the cast of "Teen Wolf" about the solemn yet celebratory panel for the upcoming season. This news and more in our Guide to Comic-Con.
Realizing something is very wrong with Casey, Darryl watches him like a hawk, witnesses what resembles a suicide attempt while surfing and kicks in his barricaded door, only to yield denial and a black eye. Jett sort of imposes friendship on understandably suspicious VJ, but Liam helps out between the knaves and with Leah. Written by
There's actually a lot of nice moments here.Harvey and Melissa's opening scene, with their double talk about their night together, is great fun, only topped in the comedy stakes by Harvey's horrified realisation that he's still dating Roo.And Lottie, who bursts back onto the show like a breath of fresh air, rewriting Shakespeare and lecturing Harvey about his relationship problems.She's been missed.
Similarly, while VJ's aggression towards Liam is rather dragged out, it's nice to see it resolved properly, with Liam playing peacemaker between VJ and Jett.It's a good twist that the apparent contradiction in Liam's advice to VJ actually turns out to not be a contradiction at all.And two of Liam's neglected character traits, that he's a famous rock star and that he's got a son, get a long overdue airing.
Brax goes all out to find out what's wrong with Casey, although at least he's got reason to do so, as Casey nearly drowns in a somewhat confusing sequence.Still, it's hard not to cheer when Casey punches him.
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