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Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 2 Review: Parasomnia

I really enjoyed this episode but more then that I enjoyed your review..I can see both Stiles' and Scott's perspective which is a good thing because that means the writers are doing their job.Is it wrong that I like Tracy a lot and want her to stick around which probably means she'll end up dead..

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Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 1 Review: Creatures of the Night

notice how the post-production sound mixing for this show is the absolute worst?

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Although The Creature is something of a jerk he doesn't deserve to be imprisoned by the odious Putneys. Those cell-door hinges didn't look very solid so Mr Putney has probably overlooked that a freak may have freakish strength.

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At least we got a somewhat happy ending with the villain dead and the family reunited albeit very briefly. I liked this show and am disappointed to read it has been canceled.

Serenityq2

its so obvi that stiles' dad and scott's mom will start dating if they arent secretly doing so already which i suspect they are.
i suspect tracy's dad to be the leader of the "doctors". he oozes super villain to me. dont trust him or theo and i was proven right tonight with theo. psycho. what is he after? is he working with the doctors or on his own?
i suspect malia is the next target as she was having flashes as she was taking the driving test, the way it was done was similar to tracy's day nightmares and thats why i see a connection there.

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@ Rickie

I think Malia's flashes had more to do with the accident that led to her mother and sister's death. She hasn't really addressed it or dealt with it on screen. Also, it's clear that Malia will finally meet her mother so it makes sense that the events leading up to her first shift would become relevant. Maybe she'll figure out how her mother and sister really died. Until I see black ooze and feathers, I'm not convinced it's more than trauma-related flashbacks.
I'm hoping they address why some like Malia and Theo can become full wolf/coyote. I assumed when it happened to Derek that it was hereditary, something he inherited from his mother, since we saw Talia was able to do it when she met with Deucalion. We've only seen people with Hale blood do it, which makes me wonder if Theo is a Hale.

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Teen Wolf Season 5 Episode 1 Review: Creatures of the Night

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Serenityq2

well i couldnt understand what they (the bad guys) were saying and when i turned on my captions they were listed as the surgeon (the leader) the geneticist and the pathologist. they are obviously doing experiments on people but dont know if its only on supernaturals or on humans as well to make them supernatural. the "doctors" (thats what im calling the bad guys) seem to phase in and out of this dimension. dont know if that is where they are from or its the work of their suits. and im super suspicious of theo, worst spy ever. he maybe fine as hell but he is so up to no good. i dont trust anyone new. love that lydia is finally using real banshee powers. sonic scream!!!

Spindae 2o

They really upped their game this season, after that lackluster S04 finish. This one was a prefect follow up to the premier.
I fairly enjoyed Stiles and Dylan working together, surprisingly great chemistry.
The actress playing Tracy really nailed it. Great addition. Lets see how the story around her will unfold.

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I'm pretty sure a record of Holly's theivery and light fingers is what she left behind in Ohio.

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Penny Dreadful Season 2 Episode 9 Review: And Hell Itself My Only Foe

More stereotypical, "kill the token black guy for suspense" bs. Maybe he comes back as a wolf but I'm not holding my breath. The more things supposedly change for everyone else in Hollywood, the more they actually stay the same for minority characters.

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@ chitownballer696

Same thoughts here. Well, it's a show placed on Victorian London, with classical literature characters (which are mainly white rich men)... there's not many ways to fit minorities in it. So they just threw a black character there, without much meaning, and they just simply don't know what to do with him. Even the way Sembene was developed was the old hollywood cliche: the charismatic supporting character, who gives wise advices (when it's not a comical character), but sacrifices himself to save the life of the white protagonist (because, you know, this is the one who actually matters).