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    So, when is Liam getting his glasses?

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 14 and Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 15, Scott really stepped up as the leader. He exemplified what an alpha, a true one at that, should be. They grow up so fast.

    He not only made sure Liam got to school (it was super adorable, by the way), but he explored all his options before deciding that fighting is the right course of action. 

    It would not have made sense if Scott immediately decided that the pack should fight Gerard. This is the kid who wants to protect everyone and hates the idea of killing even if it is in self defense (as evident in the horrible Sciles fight about Donovan's death). Scott believes in justice and peace.

    Mason and Liam - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 14

    This is why he agreed to go down into the tunnels, alone, even though it was so obviously a trap. Scott has to believe that there's goodness in this world and that co-existence is possible. Thankfully, his pack is full of skeptics like Malia and Lydia who will always have his back.

    The transition from wanting peace to staying and fighting is nicely done. It's not dragged out, and it's not a quick turnaround either. Scott doesn't spend too long hoping for peace; he knows when to switch gears. Of course, somewhere down the line, the option of peace will definitely get brought up again; it has to.

    Is anyone else excited to see the pack on the attack? Let the war games begin!

    Scott: Think of it like when Superman gets caught with his glasses off. You know, he doesn't give up. He puts them back on and says, "I'm still Clark Kent."
    Liam: You want me to wear glasses?

    When Monroe first appeared on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 11, the impression was that she was new to Beacon Hills. She suffered some tragedy in some other city, and her new job as a hunter led her to Beacon Hills. As it turns out, that's not the case at all.

    It's great that Scott and the pack had a hand in turning Monroe into a hunter. Yes, she blames them for the death of her colleagues who were actually killed by The Beast aka the thing Scott and the pack were trying to kill and thus protect Beacon Hills, but Monroe was right that Scott isn't completely blameless.

    The pack was more focused on killing the Beast than they were rescuing survivors. Monroe provides us with another perspective on Scott and his pack. We view them as heroes, which they are, but they are far from perfect. 

    Theo: Your dead friends are dead, and they are going to stay dead no matter what you do.
    Liam: [punches Theo] By the way, I'm still working on my anger.
    Theo: Good to know.

    This connection makes Monroe's war a lot more interesting. Scott's pack isn't randomly selected as a target. It's personal for her, making her just as dangerous as Gerard, which shifts our perspective of her.

    Suddenly, Monroe isn't the new hunter that might be easily swayed to see the error in her ways. No, Monroe is a force to be reckoned with. She's blinded by her hatred, just like Gerard. 

    Some of the recruits, like Nolan, aren't full of hate. They're afraid, and that fear is what is prompting them to do absolutely terrible things like beat the hell out of Liam, who never once fought back. 

    Keeping Order - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 15

    If you notice, so far Gerard and Monroe haven't been affected by the anuke-ite. In the tunnels, other hunters started firing sporadically, but Monroe just seemed confused as to what the hell was going on.

    Maybe, the anuke-ite's fear can't override someone's hatred. Then again, maybe the anuke-ite only targets one person at a time, as was further evidenced by its attacks in the Sheriff's station. However, both Melissa and Argent were deathly afraid of it when it was sort of lifeless in the morgue.

    My other theory is that Monroe is the beautiful face of the anuke-ite. Yeah, I know, I have a couple of conflicting theories, so sue me.

    Deaton: I think I know what we're dealing with. It's an ancient shape shifter, a creature of disharmony. It can turn neighbor against neighbor, sewing the seeds of discord and hate. It doesn't need claws. It uses something far more sinister.
    Mason: Fear.
    Deaton: Yes. When paranoia turns to anger, anger turns to violence, entire communities tear themselves apart. The creature feeds off the fear and grows more powerful. It's called anuke-ite.

    There's still a lot we don't know about this new big bad. We just learned its name (thank you Deaton), but that's all we know. Right now, aside from somehow inciting fear, we don't know anything about how it operates, which is okay, for now.

    We're making some progress and getting some answers. Let's hope the momentum continues because if we go too long without answers, the anuke-ite will go from being interesting to confusing.

    Now that we know its name, maybe the pack can uncover more about it, like how to identify its other face, and how to kill it. What are your anuke-ite theories?

    I know the sign on the door says we're closed, but you could have at least tried knocking.


    Also, can we just take a moment to applaud the return of Deaton? It has been far too long since we've seen him, and he never fails to brighten things up with his sarcasm.

    The thing we forget at times is that Scott and his pack are kids. They are doing the best they can to protect their town and themselves from unimaginable danger. It's a miracle that they have survived this long.

    For the most part, the hunters are adults, and they are mercilessly killing and torturing children. None of the weres are adults; have you noticed that? Sure, Nolan and some high school kids are joining the fight, but it's mainly adults attacking children.

    Pack Rules - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 15

    This highlights how deadly the anuke-ite truly is. There does not seem to be any remorse or hesitation by these adults. The only person who has ever shown any hesitation is Nolan. Everyone else seems gung ho for taking out teenagers.

    Still, the teenagers aren't saints either. Liam could have died if Finstock (our hero) did not step in and break up the fight. Nolan and company were so bent on getting Liam to shift, proving that they are justified in their fear, that they never stopped throwing punches.

    Liam never fought back, only showed his glowing eyes like once (for a couple seconds), and no one in that class room, aside from Mason, did anything. The anuke-ite has proven itself to be very powerful, even if we don't quite know how its power works, yet.

    The only thing that's still a little confusing is how much of Gerard and Monroe's war is not being controlled by the anuke-ite's fear. How much of it is hunters being hunters, taking out werewolves because that's what they believe is right?

    Peace - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 14

    We all know that Gerard doesn't need the anuke-ite to kill a were, and it doesn't look like Monroe does either. 

    Right now, we've got two big bads: the hunters and the anuke-ite, and it looks like the anuke-ite is responsible for some, if not most, of the actions being done by the hunters. 

    At some point, we're going to have to highlight the difference between the two. Hopefully, the hunter war won't be over when the anuke-ite is killed. That would be far too easy. It's too early to really worry about this, but it's definitely something to keep an eye on. 

    What did you think of the episodes? Can we all agree that Finstock is our MVP? Leave your thoughts in the comments below. 

    Remember you can watch Teen Wolf online anytime via TV Fanatic.

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    Was Beacon Hills doomed?

    That thought crossed Scott, Lydia and Malia's minds on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 14 when the new villain sent the violence in town into overdrive.

    Meanwhile, Liam worried about how things were playing out in the school and questioned whether he would be better patrolling with the others. 

    Then, an unlikely ally joined in on the fight to save two werewolves who were being targeted. 

    Use the video above to watch Teen Wolf online to get caught up on the latest drama as the characters try to save their town from destruction.

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    Gerard, maybe don't put your top secret plan on a map that anyone can see or steal it.

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16, Gerard's plan was revealed, and damn, does he dream big. It's actually not all that surprising that Gerard wants world domination.

    He was never going to be happy knowing that supernatural creatures were out and about living totally normal lives not hurting anyone. Does Gerard plan to wipe them out it single-handedly, or does he have little hunter armies spread worldwide?

    Concern - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16

    While Gerard has an endgame, Scott has a plan for one battle, one.

    Getting rid of Gerard's weapons was a solid plan, but it's not as if the hunters would stop fighting if they discovered their guns were gone. Scott's big plan was a stalling tactic.

    I know Scott hasn't had long to devise a plan, but I was hoping for something a little more long term, especially since this move revealed that the pack never actually left Beacon Hills. The element of surprise is a big thing to give away.

    Hopefully, Scott starts to develop a plan (or plans) that will help him win the war. Personally, I think he should start looking into the anuke-ite a little bit more. He's got a pack, so let's divide and conquer. If he can get rid of the thing that is causing the fear, anger, and violence, then maybe he can weaken Gerard's army.

    It's not like the anuke-ite is changing Gerard's behavior all that much, but odds are a good bit of his army is only there because of the anuke-ite. Whittle down Gerard's army, and then it will be a lot easier to take down Gerard.

    Plus, you know Gerard will be upset when half his men drop out. What do you think Scott's next move should be? 

    You could definitely feel the tension in this hour. The stakes are high, and you actually worry for people's safety for the first time since the war started.

    Once Lydia heard gunshots, you start to play the "wait who is going to die" game. I don't know who you were fearing for, but Argent was my main concern.

    He isn't a main character, yet he is important enough that his death would make a bunch of people (aka me) bawl their eyes out. Yeah, I was concerned about Argent during the raid.

    Fighting Back - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16

    Any theories on who got shot at the end? There isn't a good answer, unfortunately, but I think it was Melissa. While it was a lot of blood, there's still a chance that no one will truly die, right?

    FINALLY, we got some answers on Liam's anger issues.

    Okay, so it's not a secret that Liam has trouble controlling his anger, but we watched him learn how to stay in control and reign it in. Since Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 11, however, Liam hasn't been able to keep his anger under wraps.

    Liam: Did it work?
    Mason: Yeah, Nolan is right behind me, like literally right behind me. He's driving a bright red car. He's actually terrible at this.

    You would think that Scott, Liam's alpha, would be concerned about what's going on, but nope, the bond between alpha and beta isn't that strong apparently. Okay, so Scott has a gazillion things on his mind, but still, it would have been nice to have Scott notice this and reach out to Liam.

    However, it is great that Theo attempted to help Liam. 

    The two of them have quite a history of punching each other repeatedly, and so anytime they break from that to have something similar to a heart to heart, it's entertaining to watch. These two have come a long way, and while they are far from friends, they aren't enemies anymore.

    Theo and Liam Fight

    Theo helping Liam also earns Theo major points. It's nice to see Theo caring for and looking out for Liam. Slowly but surely, Theo, I'm growing to like you.

    In addition to Theo and Liam's bonding, it's great to see the effects of the anuke-ite. Yeah, we know it causes fear, and we're supposed to believe it's what caused all the high school students to turn on the pack, but it's not like we really knew them before the anuke-ite was unleashed.

    For all we know, the random classmates could be turning on the pack because they've finally opened their eyes to all the horrible things that happened in their town.

    It would be one thing if like Mason joined forces with Monroe and Gerard because of the anuke-ite. We know Mason, and we would have been able to prove that the anuke-ite was responsible for his change of heart.

    With Liam, we've witnessed the change, and during the zoo mission, we saw his hallucination. Now, it's easier to understand and, well, fear the anuke-ite. We saw the magnitude of its power.

    Scalia - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16

    What did you think of the episode? Was anyone else in awe of Lydia's BAMF-ness? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.

    Remember you can watch Teen Wolf online anytime via TV Fanatic.

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    How did everyone feel about the rising chemistry between Scott and Malia?

    That was revealed on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16 when the duo took their relationship to the next level.

    All Hands on Deck - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16

    Meanwhile, Liam and Theo put a daring plan in play when they realized the hunters were ready to destroy everything they loved about Beacon Hills. 

    With former characters returning, did everyone stand a chance against the villains?

    Use the video above to watch Teen Wolf online right here via TV Fanatic. 

    Get caught up with all the latest drama for the characters before the series signs off for good.

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    Wow, way to gloss over a huge tragic event that left four people in the hospital. It's totally not important.

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 17, there was fallout from the shooting that occurred at the end of Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16. We just don't get to see much of it. We jumped to the hospital and then quickly jumped again to when Melissa was out of surgery.

    Usually, this type of incident – a shooting where four people we care about (well three and Rafael) are severely injured – yields an emotional scene or two. We're talking tears streaming down our faces as we watch people we love holding on to dear life while the uninjured loved ones fight back their emotions trying to save them.

    The Waiting Game - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 17

    It would have been nice to see, wouldn't it?

    We don't see Scott rush to his mother's side, trying to save her, trying to keep her safe. Malia doesn't run to Lydia, one of her best friends, trying to see if and where she is hurt. Nope, none of that happens, and it's a travesty.

    Melissa: Listen to me, you didn't do this.
    Scott: But I'm responsible. You need to sleep.
    Melissa: I just need to tell you.
    Scott: It can wait.
    Melissa: It can't wait!
    Scott: Mom.
    Melissa: Don't run. You fight.

    We are robbed of what could have been really fantastic scenes that punch you in your gut and have you reaching for tissues. This is the final season – there are three episodes left – and it would have been nice to focus on the characters we love who we will soon never see again.

    The reason why we have watched Teen Wolf for six seasons is due to our love for these characters.

    The bad guy of the season or half-season wasn't what kept us coming back, and it wasn't the quality storytelling either. No, we're attached to Scott McCall and his pack. They are the reason we watch.

    Teen Wolf Tragedy Scott

    Instead of giving us an episode or even half an episode to really focus on these characters and the fact that they could have died, it's glossed over like it's not important.

    We got the bare minimum of Scott talking to his mom, her telling him not to blame himself and to fight, and Liam beating people up because his best friend was shot.

    We got the bare minimum that highlighted the fact that loved ones were hurt, and our characters were upset about it.

    Teen Wolf basically said that the fight against Gerard and the anuke-ite was more important than the characters and the relationships they have formed. Why else wouldn't we see Liam running to Mason's bedside or see any scenes at Scott's house immediately after the shooting?

    It's because Teen Wolf had better things to do, better things to show us. The tragedy happened to raise the stakes of the war, to urge Scott to recruit more people.

    Scott: No more peace summits. No more running. No more half measures.
    Malia: What's the plan?
    Scott: We fight back.
    Malia: I'm good with that plan.

    It was something that happened to push Scott's journey forward, but this tragedy wasn't important enough to spare more than five minutes of airtime. 

    Can you imagine the pain of watching Argent applying pressure to Melissa's wounds? This is the woman he loves, and she, like the last love of his life, was dying in his arms.

    Instead, Argent was nowhere to be found. I don't know how he came out of this unscathed or why he wouldn't be parked in the hospital waiting room beside Scott, but he never made an appearance.

    All Hands on Deck - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 16

    It doesn't make any sense that he was not in one scene nor was there one mention of him in an to attempt to excuse his absence, at least no mention that I caught.

    You know he would've been in that hospital, armed to the teeth, to protect Melissa and everyone else while they recovered. Well, it's either that or he would have gone to kill Gerard himself.

    There's no time to show that, apparently.

    Instead, we have time for Peter Hale. We have time for Deucalion. We have time to watch Jackson and Ethan interrogate some hunters in London.

    We don't see Jackson and Ethan reunite with the pack, which would have been enjoyable. We see them off in their own little world, bickering about their anniversary and proving that they are pretty good interrogators.

    Jackson and Ethan brought some levity to the hour, but there were much better ways to spend that time.

    You think Gerard turned you into a pariah? Your powers did that. You'll always be an outsider because of your abilities.


    We also have time to watch Lydia have another creepy vision to remind us all that she's a banshee.

    Look, I love Lydia, but the only time we see her these days is when she's having a vision. It's like being a banshee is the only purpose she serves.

    We don't see her detective skills or her being a great friend. We only see her in banshee mode, whether that means having visions or using her banshee skills.

    If the choice was between watching Lydia walk around in her banshee vision or spend time dealing with the immediate aftermath of the shooting, which one would you choose?

    Also, for someone who was shot, Lydia was doing surprisingly well. Yeah, the bullet(s) missed every major organ, but she was still shot. Lydia looked perfectly fine and healthy. She was wandering around the woods like it was nothing.

    The only thing out of place was that she was in a hospital gown. It's like the fact that she was in a gown was supposed to make us believe that she was hurt.

    No one bought that, Teen Wolf, no one.

    What did you think of the episode? On the bright side, the pack made some headway on the anuke-ite. Leave your thoughts in the comments below!

    Remember you can watch Teen Wolf online anytime via TV Fanatic.

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    The end is most certainly near for the residents of Beacon Hills. 

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 17, the pack worried when a shooting attack knocked their spirits and left a lot of characters in danger. 

    Desperate to save everyone, Scott turned to some former characters to recruit reinforcements. 

    Oh yes, these are the characters you have been waiting all season long to grace your screens once again. 

    How did everyone else feel about what was going on?

    Use the video above to watch Teen Wolf online right here via TV Fanatic. 

    Get caught up on all the action now!

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    Wow, Mason healed really quickly.

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 18 and Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 19, everything appears to be fine. Mason and Lydia weren't complaining of lingering pain from, you know, being shot or undergoing surgery or anything. There's no evidence of trauma, which is Teen Wolf's main problem with these final ten episodes.

    When we started, it appeared like this war was going to be a personal attack on Scott and the pack. I mean Gerard came back, so how could it not be personal? 

    Anuke-Ite Battle Training

    The issue is that from a story perspective, it hasn't been treated that way.

    We haven't really seen Scott breaking down over how he believes his actions have caused his parents and friends to end up in the hospital. Aside from Liam, we haven't seen how the hatred and fear that the citizens of Beacon Hills now hold for the pack has affected everyone.

    Mason was back, strategizing with Liam, Scott, and even Theo, as if he had months to recover from what happened, but odds are in Teen Wolf land it was only a day or two since the shooting. 

    You see this? A silver bullet. Every legend has a little truth to it. Isn't that right? The legend is that you need silver to kill a werewolf. The truth? You need an Argent.


    The phone that had Mrs. Finch's voicemail on it was found on the bodies of the werewolves that was discovered on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 17, and so it's doubtful that Scott sat on that phone for a week waiting for Mason to be somewhat well enough to help brainstorm about what the voicemail means. 

    Also, Lydia probably didn't wait too long after that vision to try to figure out what was going on with Halwyn. All of this suggests that it's probably the day after the events of Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 17 that we pick up, which means that it's the day after Lydia and Mason were hospitalized from the shooting.

    Teen Wolf Theo Shocked Right

    If you ignore the shooting, then the pacing was done nicely. Scott and Liam actually got to do some detective work by identifying Mrs. Finch as the voice on the phone.

    It was not rushed, and we got to have some fun with Liam attempting to smoke out Mrs. Finch. The same can be said for the lead-up to Monroe making her big move with all the guns (seriously, so many guns).

    Can't let my GPA go down just because I got beat up in class.


    Nothing was rushed. We spent time learning how to fight the anuke-ite and uncovering another aspect of Monroe's scheme, and it all nicely lead up to this big showdown that will continue into the finale.

    But of course, you can't ignore the shooting because it affected so many of our beloved characters; well it kind of did.

    Teen Wolf Hell to Pay

    Because of the lack of repercussions, it's hard to really be excited about the finale. There's no fear, no concern about whether or not the pack will make it out alive, so you are basically just watching at this point for familiar faces (mainly Stiles at this point) to pop back up.

    It's the only thing to look forward to, but even then, everyone's return has not been handled in the best way.

    Look, I love Derek Hale. I had the biggest smile on my face whenever it became clear that the story Argent's contact was saying was about Derek and when he finally appeared on my screen. He's one of my favorite characters, and I've missed him.

    The legend that surrounded him was hilarious, especially Argent's reactions to it, but with one episode left, it's not really a good use of time to jump to Brazil. It detracts away from the momentum that should be building up to this finale, to this final fight.

    Argent: I need to find Derek Hale.
    Argent's Contact: You can't just find him. They said he turned into a wolf and disappeared into the fog!
    Argent: He drove a car.
    Argent's Contact: The lobos homem drives no car.
    Argent: Trust me, he drove.

    Plus, who the hell wanted to see Kate Argent again? I'm pretty sure no one did. For a moment, I was hoping it was Stiles, but no, it was Kate. Ugh.

    All right, there's just one episode left, and then it's bye-bye Teen Wolf. 

    While it does seem like the "final" fight is upon us, what with Monroe making her move at the hospital and at the ship yard, it doesn't feel like the pack is prepared.

    Searching for the Anuke-Ite

    Unless the next episode somehow spans at least a week (which I hope it does not), how are Derek, Stiles, and Argent supposed to show up in time? It's at least a ten-hour flight from Brazil to California, and then who knows how long and far Derek will track Kate.

    Hopefully, things are wrapped up nicely, but it does seem like as soon as the anuke-ite is killed, the "war" will be over because Monroe and Gerard will lose most if not all of their army. What are your theories on how Teen Wolf will end?

    Liam: Stop the anuke-ite.
    Scott: Stop the war.

    What did you think of the episode? Isn't Gerard teaming up with the anuke-ite the most on-brand thing that Gerard has ever done? I could not stop laughing. Leave your thoughts and hopes for the finale in the comments below.

    Remember you can watch Teen Wolf online anytime via TV Fanatic.

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    Did the group find out every single face the new villain was using?

    That was their plan on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 18 when they realized that in order to win the fight they would need to know more about who it was. 

    With lives on the line, Malia turned to Lydia to get some of the answers from Halwyn, the hellhound, but nothing could prepare them for what was in store for them. 

    Did the girls make a huge mistake?

    Use the video above to watch Teen Wolf online right here via TV Fanatic. 

    Get caught up on all the drama right here.

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    And that, ladies and gentlemen, is the end of Teen Wolf.

    On Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 20, the pack came together and defeated Gerard and the anuke-ite. I don't know about you, but I could have gone my entire life without watching Scott McCall blind himself with his claws.

    You know, if you ignore all the problems with these final ten episodes – the lack of repercussions and overall pacing – then the finale is pretty good. 

    The Alpha - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 20

    It's a lot of fun to watch, mainly because (most) our favorites are back. Sadly, Isaac and his scarves didn't make an appearance, and neither did Danny nor Kira.

    The scene with Stiles updating Lydia, Malia, and Scott about his time at Quantico and how he "saved" Derek's ass, for instance, was absolutely fantastic. I mean as if the story itself wasn't funny enough, we had Derek correcting Stiles, and Lydia, Malia, and Scott reacting to the story.

    That conversation was a masterpiece. It was hilarious and a reminder of what the show used to be.

    We needed a scene like that in the finale; a callback to earlier times and a chance to catch our breaths and laugh. Yes, the final fight was upon them, but you need a little levity before going into battle, right?

    Stiles: So literally day one of my internship and up comes this slide about this guy they have been chasing in the woods in North America.
    Malia: I thought you were in South America.
    Derek: I was. The bodies of the werewolves I told you about? They blamed me.
    Stiles: So I learned that the FBI has cornered this feral, mass murdering unsub.
    Derek: I found a group of hunters gathering in a meeting place. I was trying to get information.
    Stiles: Well the FBI found out about it too, and they were planning a SWAT assault to take him down, dead or alive, and, as we all know though, with Derek it's preferably dead.
    Derek: Preferably.
    Stiles: So I convinced them to take me on the field op.
    Lydia: You convinced the FBI to bring an intern onto an extremely dangerous field operation?
    Derek: I'm surprised he didn't convince them that he could lead it.
    Stiles: I tried. It didn't work. Anyway, long story short, I basically, you know, had to save his life.
    Derek: That's not how it happened.
    Stiles: Yeah, I may have left out a detail, but that's the gist of what happened. That's the essential essence of it.
    Derek: You couldn't walk.
    Stiles: I was limping.
    Derek: You couldn't walk, and I know that because I was carrying you.
    Stiles: They shot my toe! You want to see it? My toe was caught in the crossfire. It was obliterated.

    Things would not have felt right if everyone jumped into action without first catching each other up on the events of their lives. Stiles always, always, makes time for sarcasm. It's just who he is.

    All the reunions in this finale were what we hoped to see more of throughout the final ten episodes. But hey, at least we finally got them. 

    But, of course, you can't ignore the problems the final ten episodes have had.

    Argent, Kate, and Derek were in Brazil on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 21, but somehow they both managed to show up in Beacon Hills in what seemed like an instant. Derek left saying he was going to track down Kate, but somehow there was an FBI raid and road trip to Beacon Hills that happened somewhere in between.

    Relying on Pack

    You'd like to hope that the Brazil trip actually happened earlier than the Deucalion blind fighting training, but it's hard to believe that because there's no logical place to put that trip. It's something we're expected just to jump over and not think too hard about.

    It's just like how Stiles and Derek showed up in Roscoe, even though Stiles gave Roscoe to Scott. Perhaps Scott left Roscoe at home, and when Stiles and Derek first arrived in Beacon Hills, they went to Scott's house first. It was there that Stiles decided to take Roscoe out for a drive.

    You really shouldn't have to make leaps to attempt to rationalize how events happened, but, hey, this is Teen Wolf we're talking about.

    Pack Reunion - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 20

    Instead of closing out the series with an ending, Teen Wolf gives us a continuation.

    It was a glimpse into what Scott and the pack's future looks like. They are all still working together; they are still a pack that's growing and fighting the good fight.

    It is a fitting ending. We started this journey with Scott being bitten, and now, over the course of six seasons, we've witnessed Scott grow into a true alpha, an alpha who has made his own beta, who has led his pack through multiple wars and come out the other side.

    The ending showcased that Scott's a badass alpha that's taking the fight and expanding his pack outside of Beacon Hills. 

    An Unlikely Pair - Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 20

    Teen Wolf has always been about Scott's journey, but, of course, we fell in love with his friends along the way. While some shippers might have hoped for proof that their ship has and will forever sail, the ending leaves it open to fans' interpretations.

    You can assume that since Stiles and Lydia drove up together at the very end that they're dating, or you can just think they happened to catch a ride together if Stydia isn't your cup of tea.

    I'm going to tell you a story, maybe it will sound familiar. There was this kid, 16, alone, and running for his life. He couldn't see them, but he could hear them getting closer. They had guns, crossbows. They were hunting him. It started on the night of the full moon. Something came at him. Something bit him, and it changed his life. It changed everything.


    There's no right or wrong answer here, and personally, I like that about the finale. All that matters is that our pack is still together, fighting the good fight, no matter where they all might be in life.

    When their pack needs them, everyone shows up. Now, if only someone could give Liam a haircut...

    What did you think of the series finale of Teen Wolf? Which reunion was your favorite? Are you happy with how it ended?

    Share your thoughts and favorite moment in the comments below.

    My favorite moments are Noah's BAMF takedown of the deputies, Finstock's heroic moment, Derek and Scott's hug, and Stiles and Derek recounting how they met up.

    Remember you can watch Teen Wolf online via TV Fanatic.

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    Did Scott and his pack make it out of the final battle alive?

    That was the plan on Teen Wolf Season 6 Episode 20 when Gerard put his final plan into action and it caused devastating things to happen to everyone. 

    While all of that was going down, Lydia faced a personal dilemma that made her question everything she thought she knew about Beacon Hills. 

    Did a blast from the past help her move on?

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