Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 2 Review: Superposition

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Claudia Stilinksi is back, and it's heartbreakingly amazing.

On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 2, everyone slowly figured out that something was different. It's handled really nicely, actually. There are little Stiles Stilinksi clues sprinkled all throughout the episode.

Malia highlighting the word "style" in red is probably my favorite, but they are all great. Each clue is a reminder to all of us, as well.

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Scott remembering that someone is back at back shots makes you think of all the amazing Stiles and Scott training sessions. Malia realized that she is reverting back into her were-coyote self a bit because she didn't have Stiles to keep her human.

With Lydia, she just remembered how essential Stiles was to her everyday life. She sat next to him in class. She walked with him in the hallway and met with with Stiles every morning. All these clues remind us at how essential Stiles is to all three of their lives.

What's even better is that the time was given for Scott, Malia, and Lydia to try to figure things out themselves. This process was not rushed, and it was enjoyable watching them react to each little clue. We got to see the thought process and watch them try to piece together the clues.

Scott: I know this sounds crazy, but I think I had a best friend, and I think he was out here with me that night.
Malia: It doesn't sound crazy. I know that someone chained me up, and I think they wanted me to stay human.
Lydia: I came to school this morning, and I was sure I was supposed to meet someone, but I couldn't remember who I was supposed to meet. I have been looking for them all day. Whoever it is, I think I loved him.
Scott: What if we're all missing the same person?

One thing I'm still not clear on is how the memory of someone returns. 

Corey's skill was developed a little bit further, in a super cool way, and thanks to him bringing that library card back into reality, Liam, Mason, and Corey were able to remember Jake Sullivan. It's unclear if everyone will remember him or just the three of them will.

Lydia, Scott, and Malia have read Stiles' name, and Lydia spoke his name, but they are still confused and don't remember him. Does this mean that it will take some physical trace of the person the Ghost Riders erased to bring their memory back?

Corey's new development is intriguing, but what's not is the fighting between him and Liam. It's just unnecessary drama, really.

The best thing about the newbies (yes, they are still newbies) is their friendships and seeing them interact with the original pack. The bickering just does not work. You end up wanting to slap them on the back of the head and tell them to get over it.

I'm also a Sheriff's Deputy working on an unsolved murder that for once doesn't involve shapeshifters, resurrected 18th century serial killers, or me.


So the dead guy was stealing helium that is used as a treatment for people who suffered from respiratory injuries caused by a fire or explosion. Hmmm, can you think of anyone who was probably burned as he went to hell?

That's right. My money is on the helium being stolen from the hospital for Theo. Why couldn't he have just stayed in hell?

I don't know about you, but I'm afraid that somehow this season will end with Claudia sacrificing herself in order for Stiles to come back. I know, I went to the painful place. I'm sorry.

If Stiles being gone brought her back, I'm not sure they could both exist in the present day. Any theories on how Claudia is back?

What did you think of the episode? Any theories why Lydia wrote the word "mischief" as she sort of wrote out Stiles' name? Leave your thoughts and theories in the comments below.

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Superposition Review

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Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 2 Quotes

They are Ghost Riders. What were they doing in a high school library?


Your teenage years are not the time for academic achievement.