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Here is the weekly recap of Teen Wolf by We Got This Covered.com. This time they’re covering Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D”.

Teen Wolf was firing on all cylinders on tonight’s episode, and it’s the best we’ve seen this season (maybe the entire series). The toned down look of the show that dominated the first few episodes took a back seat, and Teen Wolf made it very clear that Liam (Dylan Sprayberry) wasn’t the only thing that fans can brand as explosive. The natural reset that the show went through has opened up a realm of possibilities and the writers are taking full advantage of that by introducing us to a new, improved version of the show that we’ve already been captivated with.

Instead of focusing on recreating the wheel, the Teen Wolf writers are just adding to it. Last season fans had to wrap their minds around all the additional mythology that weaved its way through the story arc, but that’s not necessarily something pivotal to understanding what’s happening now. Although there has been the addition of new forms of supernatural creatures – the mute assassin, wendigo – the details aren’t the point of contention that they were in the past. Instead, it’s the connecting features of all the new characters that is the focus.

In “The Benefactor,” Lydia (Holland Roden) uncovered an encrypted hit list, or deadpool, of supernatural creatures in Beacon Hills, and the surrounding county. Those 12 names were only a third of the overall list, though. So, painstakingly, Lydia spent her weekend trying to uncover either one of the two remaining encryption codes to unlock the rest of the names.

There’s definitely something suspicious about the first key word being “Allison.” Since Allison (Crystal Reed) was killed at the end of last season protecting her supernatural friends from the Oni spirits, in hindsight it makes sense that the second password had some connection to that event as well – or at least to Allison in some way. With some assistance from the only other banshee that we’ve encountered, Meredith (Maya Eshet), who has an acute sense of timing, and a little prompting from a nervous were-coyote, Malia (Shelley Hennig), Lydia uncovers the key to the second cipher – “Aiden.” Aiden (Max Carver) being one of the twins who died the same night at Allison.

So, which name will unlock the final piece of the puzzle? Your guess is as good as mine. Since Allison and Aiden were the only characters who died that night, this one might be the trickiest to figure out. Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) was possessed by the Nogistune, who was defeated in that same episode, so maybe it could be “Rhys,” the name of the evil spirit’s last host. But, that may be stretching the imagination a little too far.

The discovery of the initial portion of the list served two purposes. First, it alerted Scott (Tyler Posey) to the threat that was looming over his pack, but it also came with the realization that there are a lot more supernatural entities in the area – and even another pack of werewolves. Once the dead started piling up a little more (yes, that’s seriously morbid), Scott and Stiles start putting together the pieces. Stiles may not have any supernatural abilities, but he certainly has a knack for figuring out mysteries. Discovering that the weapon of choice for one of the assassins was a lacrosse stick – brilliant observation.

This season is rapidly becoming about what connects characters, and nothing brings people together like the threat of death. Teen Wolf is working the ‘strength in numbers’ angle, as the original targets of the young assassins were all on the periphery. They were picking them off one by one using the element of surprise, but avoiding trying to take out any member of the group dynamic. Now that the identities of the assassins – or at least the two more immediate threats – are out in the open, it’ll be harder to use the same tactic. And to top it off, Scott now has the names of two-thirds of the targets.

Keeping with the overarching theme of connecting, the Calaveras hunters kept their word and have descended on Beacon Hills. This shouldn’t come as any surprise to fans, though. The matriarch of that family didn’t exactly seem like the type to make idle threats. But, interestingly enough, her first stop isn’t to exact her promise on Scott. Instead, she pays Argent (JR Bourne) a visit. Argent hasn’t always been an ally to the werewolves of Beacon Hills, but over the last couple of seasons has come to an understanding with both Scott and Derek (Tyler Hoechlin). Partially due to his late daughter’s choice in boyfriends, and partially out of newfound beliefs.

One of the most understated things about Teen Wolf is the relationship between Argent and Scott, and contrastingly, Argent and Derek. In the first instance, Argent serves in the mentor capacity, a role that is interchangeable with Derek and Dr. Deaton (Seth Gilliam), depending on the circumstances. With Derek, Argent takes on more of a balance role. Their initial distrust has led them to what currently is a deep level of respect. Scenes with Hoechlin and Bourne, although not as common as interactions between other characters, are worth watching closely. Their characters often compliment each other in a similar way to Scott and Stiles, and act as a backbone to the heavily teenaged focus of the show.

In “I.E.D.” it’s the connection between all these characters that moves the story along at a swift pace. The unspoken bond that has previously been developed allowed them to make strategic, arguably intelligent decisions without the benefit of a long, drawn out conversation. Scott and his cohorts were all very much on the same page, and the lack of internal debate between the friends was refreshing. In the past, Derek and Scott have butted heads on how to handle certain situations, but that also seems to have passed as a new sense of appreciation has been established since their recent trip to Mexico.

Tell us, what did you think of the change of pace for Teen Wolf, and whose name do you think will unlock the final third of the deadpool list? Sound off below!


Here is the soundtrack/tracklist of Teen Wolf’s “I.E.D” (4×05)

Gary Numan – “Love Hurt Bleed (Radio Edit)”
Violet and Garrett in hallway

JETFIRE feat. Maya Simantov – “Baby Back”
Liam lifting weights

Zella Day – “Mustang Kids”
Lydia and Malia in the art room

Douster – “Pop That Bubble”
Mason checking out Brett on field

Headhunterz & Audiofreq – “Breakout”
Devonford Prep school scores the first point

Diplo – “Express Yourself”
Stiles mocking prep student for having facial hair on field

I have added 13 episode stills of Teen Wolf’s 4×05: “I.E.D” to the photo archives

I have found two sneak previews (sneak peaks) of Teen Wolf’s upcoming episode “Orphaned” (4×06) airing next Monday, July 28th, 2014 at 10/9c on MTV

Shared from effingstiles

TVShow Time is a site dedicated to tracking, commenting and watching your favorite shows, and created a special chart for Teen Wolf Online that monitored its fans’ responses to characters on the show throughout the season, and it should be no surprise that our beloved Allison Argent is the character that is most talked about in Season 3. So let’s take a look at this chart!

by TVShow Time

by TVShow Time

Allison’s death was the most shocking thing that happened by the end of last season, and yes, we’re all still mourning the loss of our favorite female hunter. We will never forget Allison, that’s for sure! Isaac came in second, and boy, we do miss his handsome smile and of course his love for scarfs!

Kira and Malia joined the pack last season. I’m sure Stydia fans were very much upset with that specific moment that Malia and (Void) Stiles shared. Yup, I feel you there, fellow Stydia-shippers, but I have to admit, Stalia is cute!
Kira joined forces as a newbie Kitsune to kick the Nogitsune’s ass, and wow, she rocked our socks off with the katana skills!

The hales are a big part of the show since the start, and the episode “Visionary” (3×08) is the first one of the third season that comes to my mind. This was an awesome flashback episode that had Ian Nelson and Madison McLaughlin in the lead as young Derek and young Paige, being Derek’s first love. We finally came to know how Derek lost his innocence, and how sadly he had to kill Paige to free her from her pain.

This was the very first small recap I did with this infographic by TVShow Time. This infographic is meant to show you which characters are most talked about at TVShow Time, receiving boosts as you can clearly see in the graphic. Thank you, TVShow Time for giving me this opportunity!

Cbeck out the website yourself at tvshowtime.com!

Would you rather be a pack leader or a pack member? See what the cast of Teen Wolf answered here

Check out this 1:12 minute long sneak peek of tonight’s Teen Wolf “I.E.D” (4×05) airing 10/9c on MTV!

As I’ve mentioned on Twitter last night, Teen Wolf’s Tyler Posey will be hosting the 2014 Teen Choice Awards, and Teen Wolf’s official Facebook confirmed the news. Congratulations, Tyler! We all can’t wait!

I have added 800+ high-quality logofree screencaptures of Teen Wolf’s 4×04: “The Benefactor” to the photo archives