Teen Wolf (2011– )
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Under Deaton's advice, Scott and his friends use an ancient but extremely dangerous ritual to help them both save the lives of the people they love and stop Deucalion from achieving his sinister goal.

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Under Deaton's advice, Scott and his friends use an ancient but extremely dangerous ritual to help them both save the lives of the people they love and stop Deucalion from achieving his sinister goal.

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19 August 2013 (USA)  »

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Dylan O'Briens character was in unconscious for most of the episode so he was able to shoot his movie The Maze Runner in time. See more »

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Jennifer Blake: Of course it's you. Everyone else suffers, but somehow you come out on top. And now that Scott's an Alpha, you'll be able to steal it from him. You'll be an Alpha again.
Peter Hale: [Furious] Again? Again? I am the Alpha. I'VE ALWAYS BEEN THE ALPHA!
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Teen Wolf Main Theme
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Written by Dino Meneghin
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Well, well, well
18 November 2016 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This episode did not hit the mark. After a spectacular eleventh episode, teen wolf's third season was on a roll. After "motel California" the series has just been climbing high up on the ratings scale, with interesting character development, twists, and a good balance between the 'teen' and the horror. This episode just ruined it all. We start with Stiles Scott and Allison waking up from their near death experience trying to find their parents. This scene, left on a cliffhanger from last week's episode, lasted a very short time... too short. The main thing I hated about this episode was the fact that the "Deucalion" got off "scott-free" (pardon the pun) really got under my skin. After all he's done to the pack (i.e. controlling the alphas, being the cause of the deaths of some of Derek's new pack) he was let go. What a waste of an episode. Grrrr. GRRRR!! 6 RATING -- DECENT EPISODE, TERRIBLE ENDING


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