What would Scott (and company) do if Lydia wasn’t part of his pack? He’d probably be dead already.
What we know: A cipher breaks the code that then reveals the names. But the list isn’t complete. We’ve only got a third of the names so far and Lydia isn’t sure what to do to get the next cipher revealed to her. But maybe what’s most interesting is the key that unlocked the first part of the list. It was “Allison.” I was wondering if and when she’d come up again. She’s still helping her pack, even in death.
Malia doesn’t understand why Lydia can’t just activate her banshee powers. But it’s not like that for Lydia. She doesn’t have claws, she had voices. And they’re not talking to her right now. It’s a good thing Meredith “heard” Lydia when she called, because there was no way they were getting into Eichen house to see her. Parrish brings her to the station after he finds her on the road. Sheriff Stilinkski is legally obligated to call the mental institution, but can give Lydia fifteen minutes with Meredith. But it isn’t Lydia who gets the key from Meredith, it’s Parrish. And with Malia’s help, they discover that the next key is “Aiden.” I’m sensing a theme here.
The Dead Pool, part 2:
Kate Argent 12
Noskiko Yukimura 5
Joanne McLaughlin 1
Steve Grace 1
Tom Hill 1
Brett Talbott 1
Richard Benefield 250
Jack Marsland 250
Joy Waldrop 250
Cheryl Calix 250
Jordan Parrish 5
Looking for a bigger payday Violet wants to go after Scott, but Garrett reminds her a pack of alphas came after him and Scott was the one left standing. So they target Liam instead. He’ll be easier to get and killing him still means a payday for them. We don’t know how much he’s worth though because he’s not on the third of the list Lydia just unlocked. But Brett, Liam’s former classmate, is and Violet wounds him to draw Scott to her. I’m not gonna lie. I was worried for a minute when Violet got that thermal cut wire around Scott’s neck. But he’s able to get out of it easily and knocks her unconscious.
- Kate took something from Derek, a part of his past. He’s losing his sense of smell and his power.
- I love that Deputy Parrish thinks Lydia’s just psychic. I guess he’ll find out soon enough that she’s more. And I love that he’s on the list too.
- It’s a Mexican standoff, or as Araya says, it’s just a standoff where she comesÂ from. She and Severo travelÂ to Beacon Hills in search of Braden and also to remind Chris of the code: We hunt those who hunt us. So does that mean Scott and his pack are about to lose an important ally? I hope not.
- I had to google Intermittent Explosive Disorder to see if it was a real thing. It’s kind of a perfect description for Liam – especially if Scott doesn’t teach him to control his anger – but it’s also a great descriptor of what may happen in Beacon Hills or Beacon county if the Nemeton keeps drawing supernatural creatures to the area. Either way, it’ll be exciting to watch.
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