Teen Wolf: Karma Kamina
Well, damn. What just happened on Teen Wolf ? Answer: a whole freaking lot! Where do we even begin?
Lydia's New Friend is Actually An Old Enemy
Who would have pieced together that Lydia's new friend's identity was eit more
Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes? Both metaphorical and actual snakes were on display in the "Restraint" episode of Teen Wolf . And oh, did those snakes do bad things very worthy of that serpent master, Lord Voldemort!
Everything was suddenly made clear and all mysteries were solved in Teen Wolf Season 2, Episode 7, “Restraint.” Wait, that’s not true at all. Between seeing dead people, the scariest library scene since IT, and a menacing act with a pencil sharpener, ther more
Teen Wolf has a tendency to keep information from its viewers, to be secretive in order to create more suspense, but " Restraint " was the first time that the series made an overt attempt to be confusing.
The ending to this week's installment more
Teen Wolf often has so many mysteries that it's difficult to keep track of which mysteries may be important. But there are some questions that desperately need answers from Teen Wolf season 2. These are a few of them.
When your frenemy is a slimy killing machine, how do you deal with it? If you're on Teen Wolf , you often say clever things. Here are 23 of the cleverest. http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/best-teen-wolf-quotes-from-frenemy-48776.aspx
The show may be called Teen Wolf but this week’s episode was all about Jackson, the teen Kanima. Consistent with the previous episodes this season , each revelation in this week’s episode was followed by a new question or probl more
So Jackson is the kanima. He's killing people. Obviously, Scott and friends have to stop this. But how can they stop the paralyzing and maiming and killing without harming Jackson? "Frenemy" is all about searching for a solution.