Teen Wolf: Know Thy Frenemy

Teen Wolf: Know Thy FrenemyIf Teen Wolf taught us anything last night, it was that when Stiles suggests to kill Jackson, aka the Kanima, then Scott should probably just kill Jackson.

The term ‘frenemy’ became the backdrop of this week’s episode of Teen Wolf as Scott, and a reluctant Stiles, took it upon themselves to protect Jackson from himself by any means necessary. This included lying to their parents and entering a gay bar to stop Jackson from killing Danny, who had the only evidence of Jackson being the Kanima. Scott and Stiles went far beyond the call of duty in protecting Jackson from harming those around him and himself and what do they get in response? Jackson screwing them over by running to the police station and possibly telling Sheriff Stilenski and Mr. Whittmore that Scott and Stiles held him hostage against his will. The sad part about all of that? Jackson clearly heard the concern coming from Scott, Stiles, and Allison about his condition and even in light of that, the jackass retreated back to being a cold-hearted snake. So, is Jackson a ‘frenemy?’ Yes, but at this rate we prefer to call him a first-class punk.

As for the other big ‘WTF’ moment of the night, we finally got confirmation that Ms. Morrell’s translation of the Kanima wanting a friend was horribly wrong. Instead, the Kanima is in search for a master, which means that he can easily be controlled if he falls into the wrong hands. With that said, wouldn’t Gerard and the Hunters sound like they would have the wrong hands? The Kanima didn’t attack Gerard and actually ran the other way when he came across the Great Werewolf Hunter. Could this mean that Gerard knew of Jackson being the Kanima all this time? Was that him who grabbed Jackson out of Stiles’s house during mid-change? Also, we still think there is another Kanima out there, but we will get to that some other time.

In the midst of all the crazy last night on Teen Wolf, there were other small tidbits to note.

– Scott is failing school, which adds more stress and tension on his plate.

– Gerard is in the midst of turning Beacon Hills High into a his version of George Orwell’s 1984. Wonder if the cameras are there to show if anyone has wolf eyes or not?

– Lydia was visited by the weird guidance counselor guy, who conveniently stays right near her house. We’re still on the fence on whether Lydia should give this guy a chance or run like hell the other way.

– It’s about time that Danny is included in The Pack, because he is getting more awesome by the minute.

What did you guys think about last night’s Teen Wolf? Could Gerard be Jackson’s master? Or is someone else pulling the strings in Beacon Hills?

Photo credit: MTV


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