It appears Kate has been a busy bee.
We learn in Teen Wolf Season 4 Episode 2 that she might be having trouble knowing when and how to change, but that hasn't stopped her from making plans to rob the Hales blind. Everything they had left, it seems, is now in the hands of what appears to be an associate of Kate's.
The really bad news is that bearer bonds belong to whoever is holding them. They haven't even issued them since 1982 because they were used heavily in the criminal underworld. Now Kate and friends have $117 million to use as she sees fit.
You have to admit, Kate Argent is gooood.
Not a whole lot really happened other than the trickery by Kate.
Apparently a lot more people know about Malia than I realized. Does Peter know? I couldn't tell by his comments.
Scott: This is Malia.
Peter: Beautiful eyes. Did you get them from your father?
Peter: Interesting. Anyway, I'm sure they told you a lot about me.
Malia: The homicidal killing spree came up.
Peter: Well, we're all works in progress.
Peter is always welcome. How funny was it when he ran away from the berserkers? I guess that right there should answer my question about Malia. Surely he wouldn't leave his daughter to fight them without him. The one thing Peter probably wouldn't endanger would be his own spawn.
For me, this installment was made up of moments. There was girl time with Kira and Lydia. Kira's a kickass kitsune with a katana -- and Scott it totally into her. Seeing the glee on Kira's face as she jumped into the fray with the berserkers was awesome. She didn't do much, but damn how she tried.
Stiles was amazing with his "cousin Miguel" and Mr. McCall. Learning how he spends about five nights a week with Malia apparently mauling him and then climbing into bed to spoon him (he's always the little spoon) was also priceless.
Deputy Parrish really stepped up and helped when he was needed. He's a kind man and exactly the kind of deputy that Sheriff Stilinski needs at his side; someone he can eventually trust. Oh, another awesome Teen Wolf quote:
Sheriff Stilinski: I want you to be honest with me. Totally and completely honest. Have you been time traveling?
Stiles: Hang on, what?
Sheriff: Because if time traveling is real, I'm done, I'm out. You're going to be driving me to Eichen House.
Scott: We found him like that.
Sheriff: Where? Swimming in the fountain of youth?!
Stiles: No. We found him buried in a tomb of wolfsbane in an Azetec temple in Mexico underneath a church in the middle of a town that was destroyed by an earthquake.
Papa Stiles has some limits and time travel? That's one of them! I am really hoping the adults get some more airtime and become friends now that most of them are in on the secrets.
There are a lot of questions as a result of "117.'
Who was in the black leather, stealing the bearer bonds? How do they know Kate? Is it a member of the Hale family, alive? How else would they know about the bonds?
Why did Derek's eyes turn yellow again? Did all the stuff with the Nemeton bring Paige back to life? Even if he returned to his youth for a short time, he still killed Paige when he was actually young, right? That's why his eyes were blue before he aged again.
This season is definitely lighter than Teen Wolf Season 3. It's still completely confusing, having no idea what's next and it's a boatload of fun.
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