Teen Wolf: The Movie (2023) | Transcript

A terrifying evil has emerged. The wolves howl once again, but only a Werewolf like Scott McCall, can gather both new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight back against what could be the most powerful and deadliest enemy.
Teen Wolf: The Movie (2023)

A full moon rises in Beacon Hills, and with it a terrifying evil has emerged. The wolves are howling once again, calling for the return of Banshees, Werecoyotes, Hellhounds, Kitsunes, and every other shapeshifter in the night. But only a werewolf like Scott McCall, no longer a teenager yet still an Alpha, can gather both new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight back against what could be the most powerful and deadliest enemy they’ve ever faced.

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[electronic music]

♪ MTV ♪

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

[thunder rumbling]

[indistinct chatter]

[speaking Japanese]

[speaks Japanese]

[thunder cracking]

When is a door not a door?


When is a door not a door?

She doesn’t understand.

Well, it’s a riddle.

I think she understands perfectly.

So I’ll ask one more time.

When is a door not a door?

When it’s “ajar.”

Like one of those.

The jar I’m looking for has a special symbol on it, a triskelion, three spirals connected.

We don’t know what you’re talking about.

Maybe you should leave.


It’s a very special jar, actually.

It was made from the wood of a sacred tree and used to capture a dark Kitsune…

A trickster spirit called Nogitsune.

Well, all these jars contain are teas and spices.

So whatever it is you came here looking for…

You know exactly what I came here looking for, Mr. Dunbar.

[dramatic music]

[guns cocking]

You all do.







You don’t know what you’re doing!

I’ve been searching for this for years.

I know precisely what I’m doing.

You can’t control it.

I don’t want to.

Set me free.

Not until you make me a promise.

What fool would ask a promise from a trickster spirit?

Call it a mutually beneficial arrangement.

If you’re as all powerful and omniscient as they say.

Then you already know what I want.

You want retribution against him, his friends, and everyone he loves.

Set me free and we’ll play a new game, a game of chaos, strife, and pain!

[sirens wailing]

[police radio chatter]

You said it wouldn’t bite.

I said it wouldn’t bite me.

But that’s also because I wouldn’t

put my hand in front of the mouth of a frightened dog.

Thanks for the advice.

You got any idea how we’re going to get it out of there?

I have someone coming who has a special talent for these kinds of things.

He runs the animal shelter next to my clinic.

Trust me, he’s highly qualified.

We even have a nickname for him.

Oh yeah? What?

We call him “The Alpha.”

The girl climbed out, tried to pull it out, lost her footing, and ended up falling in too.

Is that all you got?

No protective gear? No gloves?

I don’t get bit.

Even if I did, I usually heal pretty fast.

Well, even so…

[dog barking]

No! He’s gonna bite!

Hey there.

My name is Scott.

I’m going to help get you guys out of here.



Scott, hurry! Come on!

Get out of there!


All right, climb onto me.

Climb onto me.



Come on, Alicia.

I got you.

That was close.

[sirens wailing]

Hey, Alicia? You guys?

Let’s go see the paramedics, OK?

What do you guys call him again?

The Alpha.

Right, like a dog.

No, like a wolf.

[dramatic music]

[thunder cracks]

Good boy.

OK. Come here, buddy.

Do you know why Cooper bit the lieutenant?

Because he was scared?

He was scared for you.

It’s one of the best parts about dogs, they fight for us.

Remember, the same way that we see them as part of our family, they see us as part of their pack.

There’s still time.

Oh, I know.

Yeah, I’ll have kids one of these days, after I find someone, or someone finds me, I guess.

Yeah, I meant there’s still time to beat traffic.

But if you want to talk, there’s still time for that too.

I think I was just, maybe feeling kind of, uh…


It means a kind of longing or regret, a sort of melancholy about the past and the choices we’ve made.


Why don’t you lock up? I’ll get my stuff.


[dogs barking]

[sobbing] I didn’t see him.

I took my eyes off the road for, like, two seconds!



[door locks]

[barking continues]

Oh! Jesus!


Shit, dude.

You know you could just use the front door, right?

I never use the front door.

Especially when it’s not safe.

Who says it’s not safe?

You’re seeing her too.

I mean, I’ve dreamt about her.

You know, now and then over the years I’ve had images flicker in front of my eyes like blurry photos.

And then, two weeks ago, something changed.

Those random images flickering through my head got clearer.

I saw flashes of her crying out, silently screaming in pain, in agony.

She was suffering.


But I started seeing her face more and more.

And then I started hearing her voice.

And I can hear somebody whispering to me.

Whispering what?

One word, and only one.

I hear it every time I go to sleep and every time I wake up, and I only wake up from nightmares.

What word?


Uh, I… I, uh…

I was on the phone the other day and I was writing down a client’s number.

But instead of the number, I wrote that.

Scott, do you know what bardo is?

A state between life and death.

You and I, we’re both seeing her.

We’re both speaking the same word.

It’s not just a dream.

Allison is caught between life and death.

It’s not that simple.

Bardo is a Tibetan word.

It’s a means of interpreting death and the movements of consciousness between physical states of being.

It’s just a word.

It’s a concept.

Well, that fucking concept is waking me up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat, telling me my daughter is still out there!

She can’t be.

I mean, she… She died in my arms.

I felt her slip away from me.

I know we all die.

I’m not pretending to know what happens next.

But if there was something after this life, some next step, I don’t think she made it.

And I think she’s trying to tell us she never crossed over.

[thunder booms]

It’s been 15 years.

Let’s say we accept all this.

What can we actually do to help?

There’s a… a… A ritual of some kind.

I know a few details.

I got a feeling the real answers are in Beacon Hills.


What else can you say for certain?

It has to be done by the next full moon.

And if it’s not, we don’t get another chance.

I’m not sure.

And I’ll admit, I’m a little scared.

We’re talking about dangerous rituals, thousands of years old.

There are going to be repercussions.

So can somebody just say one thing?

Are we doing this or not?

Well, the message was for you, Scott.

It’s yours to answer.

It’s more than a message.

This is the sword that killed her.

Her blood stained the blade.

I haven’t been to Beacon Hills in a long time.

None of us have.

But if you drive out tomorrow, I can meet you there by afternoon.

We’re gonna need more help.

And more answers.

Yeah, I’m gonna need to find some old friends.

Sound energy… I’m speaking specifically of the sounds that fill our acoustic environment.

Our current ability to harness those sounds, as not only a renewable energy source, but as a green sustainable electric energy.

Lydia, I hate to interrupt you, especially since you’re going full throttle with this tech shit that none of us really seem to understand.

Thanks for the input, Rick, and for not interrupting.

Yeah. Lyd, listen…

Continuing on, research into energy harvesting, up until now…

Lydia, I just have one tiny, little question.


Stop calling me Lyd.



For someone who hates to interrupt, you seem oddly compelled to keep doing it.

Look, all I want to know is, who’s Allison?


[breathing heavily]


[eerie tones]


[Twisted Sister’s “The Kids Are Back”]

♪ We walk the streets ♪

♪ In tattered armies ♪

♪ We got the lion in our heart ♪

♪ We’re not looking for trouble ♪

♪ Just for some fun ♪

♪ But we’re all ready if you wanna start ♪

♪ So just remember, the kids are back ♪

♪ The kids are back ♪

♪ Oh, watch out ♪

♪ The kids are back ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Well, can you blame us ♪

♪ For living our dreams? ♪

♪ Just look around and you’ll see why ♪

♪ ♪

♪ The kids are back ♪

♪ The kids are back ♪

[police radio chatter]

Um, hey, Sheriff?

I really hate to bother you.

I just got a phone call from Deputy Parrish.

He wants to talk to our… consultant.

Another incident at the auto shop?

His son definitely has an unhealthy fixation on that Jeep.


Do you want me to tell him?

Nah. He better hear it from me.

You were right.

It wasn’t gasoline.

Whoever set this fire used a chemical accelerant.

Four fires in two weeks.

That’s a serial arsonist.

Do I need to call in the FBI?

Well, maybe you should be calling your son.

Trust me, right now Stiles has his own fires to put out.

I think we can handle one arsonist.

The only thing I’d say is, this one seems to have a plan.

[phone buzzing]

You need to get that?



It… it can… it can wait.


[phone buzzing]

You want me to answer it?


Why do I have a feeling that that’s about me?

Or maybe my son?

He still seems pretty intent on leaving high school with a grand theft auto charge.

He took the Jeep again, didn’t he?

Why the hell does he keep taking the Jeep?

Because he knows I hate it.

[rock music]

♪ ♪

What the…

I’m not paying for those.

Oh, yes, you are.

♪ ♪

What’s up, guys?

♪ ♪

I… I can’t… I can’t take your pain.

That’s because it doesn’t hurt.

Hey, thanks for coming so fast.



Do you really think all this is true?

Allison being stuck,

unable to cross over?

I don’t know.

But if being here and doing this thing actually helps her, and no one else gets hurt, I’m up for trying.


Then let’s try.

We need a handful of earth from the ground where Allison died.



[dramatic music]



What’s next?

Anybody mind if we close this thing?


Does your, uh, mom know that you’re here?

Does she know that you’re here?


And I kind of want to keep it that way.

Yeah, me too.

All right.

Lydia, we’ve got the earth where she died, the weapon that took her life.

According to you, that’s steps one and two.

What is next?

I was, uh, hoping you could help me figure that out.

I mean, to be honest, I’m a little out of practice with all of this.

You still scream like a banshee, right?

Not quite like I used to.

It’s just like a muscle.

You stop using it, and it atrophies.

Why did you stop using your power?


Obviously it has something to do with Stiles.

Why is Jackson here?

What are you doing?

Well, firstly, Jackson prefers not to be talked about like he’s not in the room.

Second, well, Lydia called, begging me to help, as usual.

And I said, OK, so long as she promised never to tell Ethan, because I promised Ethan that I would never come back to this nightmare hellscape of a town.

Thank you.

Oh, I love these games.

This isn’t a game.

I have claws that drip paralytic venom, and a tail that’ll snap your neck.

So take your hand off of me, old man.


It’s a tree.

It’s not just a tree.

It’s the Sacred Grove.

The ancients Druids call it a nemeton.

Well, it looks like a tree.

All right.

Can we just… Can we just stop before either of us does anything completely embarrassing?

I think that qualifies as pretty embarrassing.

It was coming loose anyway.

Are you gonna punish me or not?

Cause otherwise, I’ll just go to my room.

Eli, I don’t… I don’t want to punish you.

I’d like to maybe understand what you think you were doing.

I needed a ride to meet my friends after the game.

What is wrong with that?

You’re 15, you don’t have a license, and it’s called breaking the law.

You never broke the law?

OK. You know what?

If this is about the other thing, then let’s talk about the other thing.

I don’t want to talk to you about anything.

I wouldn’t push it if it wasn’t a thing.

But we both know it’s not just anything, and now it’s definitely something.

I don’t even know what you’re talking about.

Are you listening to yourself?

You sound drunk.

I can’t get drunk. You know that.

It’s not my problem.

Eli, it’s a thing!

OK, to you, not me.

I can teach you.

What if I don’t want to learn?

Well, you’re gonna have to learn.

It’s who you are. You’re a Hale.

I’ll change my name.

That won’t change the fact that you’re a werewolf!

And what if I’m not?

Maybe that’s why I can’t turn into one?

You know, what if I’m the first ever Hale not to turn into a werewolf?

To be honest, it would probably make life a little easier.

Yeah, for me?

Or you?

Definitely me.


You’re trespassing.

[sultry music]

You’re naked.

You’re not.

♪ I’m looking in the fire ♪


♪ Breathing even higher, lost in my desire ♪


♪ See the way you hurt me ♪

♪ Maybe you could feel me ♪

♪ Why I want to hurt you back ♪

♪ The karma queen reigns ♪

♪ ♪


Eli, come on out.

I was thinking we could practice before the game.

You know, basketball was really always more my thing.

But, uh, I think I’m getting better.

Maybe you can show me some tricks?

Or maybe not.

You’re giving me that look again.

What look?

The look.

What are you talking about? There’s no look.

There’s a look.

What look?

The relationship look.


Yeah, that look.

Did I say anything?

You said it with a look.

And I’m not changing my mind.

And I’m not asking you to.


But your look is.

All right.

But, since we’re talking about it…

[phone buzzes]



I got to go.

What are you doing here?

Looking for answers.

And I’m wondering if you’ve made any recent trips to Japan.

Oh, for the love of God. Come on.

Oh! I missed you!

I missed you too.

No, you didn’t.

OK. I wanted to.

Well, that I can believe.



It’s good to see you.

It’s kind of awkward to see you.

I know.


Let’s go find a tree in the woods.

Come on.

You said we need to find this thing by nightfall.

I haven’t been to Japan in years.

Are you sure about that?


How long has it been since you were in Beacon Hills?

Because I seem to remember you telling us that you were going to stay in Los Angeles.

I was, but I wanted to ask you another question.

And it, um, it might sound a little strange.

You walk into a room that contains a match, a kerosene lamp, a candle, and a fireplace.

What would you light first?

The match.

You came all this way to Beacon Hills to ask me that?

I do have another question.

What has to be broken before it can be used?

An egg.

I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old.

What am I?

A candle.

Do you want to talk about that bullet, or you want to keep asking me children’s riddles?

What month of the year has 28 days?

All of them.

What has many keys…


Stop talking.

What has many keys yet opens no locks?

A piano.

What has many teeth but cannot bite?

A comb.

What is always in front of you but can never be seen?

The future.

The more of this there is, the less you can see.

What is it?

Darkness, you motherfucker!

[exciting music]

It’s me.

Um, hey, we’re still looking.

Just getting a little worried about meeting up on time.

So just give me a call or text, anything.




It’s this way.

It’s this way.


What is it?

Someone’s following us.

They’ve been following us pretty much the whole time.


Here, come here!

Wait, wait, I wasn’t doing anything!



It is you.

Eli, Derek’s son.

Wow, you’ve gotten really big.

Yeah, It’s probably because I was only three the last time you saw me.

What are you doing out here?

I was kind of wondering what you guys were doing out here.


Can’t you tell?

It’s a really nice night for hiking.

I know what you’re looking for.

The tree, right?

That huge stump’s that’s like 20-feet wide?

You know how to find it?

Kind of.

I sleepwalk.

I don’t know why.

But I’ve just been doing it for the last few months.

I used to wake up in the woods too.

After you were bit by Peter, right?

Yeah, your dad tell you a few stories?

Yeah, all of ’em.

What about the tree?

It’s not far from here.

I knew we were going the right way.

No, you were going the wrong way.

It’s that way.

We were circling back.


Thank you.

Well, I can help you find it.

Got it.

Hey, come on.

What are you doing?

[indistinct chatter]

So aren’t you the screamer?


Yeah, but banshees scream, right?

Well, they wail if you want to get technical, but yes.

So how loud can you scream?

Loud enough to create a burst of acoustic energy that could crush your skull.

Good to know.

There it is.


So what should we do about Argent?

Uh, I mean, I’m never gonna get a signal now.

Even if he’s texting me, I wouldn’t know.

Well, we’re going to have to do this now.

We can’t wait for him.

It’s his daughter.

You said it has to be tonight.

He would want us to do this without him.

Don’t you have something to do?


Yeah, I have a lacrosse game to play.

Well, more like a lacrosse game to show up to since I, like, I never get to play.

Oh! You want me to leave?

OK. Uh, I got it.

OK, well, I’ll tell my dad that I saw you guys?

No, don’t.

Don’t tell him anything.

This is kind of…


All right. Don’t worry.

I won’t say anything.

All right.

Now what?


Why are you looking at me?

I didn’t write the instructions.

Yeah, you did.

You literally wrote the instructions.

Okay, you know what I mean.

Do you feel that?


What the hell?


[exciting music]

♪ ♪


That was fun.

Um, you guys want to go get something to eat now?

I know.

Hey, guys.

[mysterious music]

♪ ♪

It’s Allison.

She’s alive.

This can’t be real.

It can’t be her.

She was cremated.

She looks pretty un-cremated to me.

She’s not just un-cremated.

She’s literally been reconstituted out of thin air.

So that wasn’t in the instructions?

I got a question.

What do we do when she wakes up?

If she wakes up.

We need some help.

Mom, we got a problem.

She looks just like Allison.

Why, Scott, does she look exactly like Allison?

You really want to know?

Just get her inside.





[rock music]

♪ ♪

Listen up!

Tonight’s game is not just a game.

This is a preamble to what comes tomorrow, an overture to a symphony of victory!

This tournament is everything I’ve dreamed of my entire career as a lacrosse coach.

And that trophy is going right here, boys.

And I know none of you will ruin it for me by losing this game tonight!

Am I right?

All: Yes, Coach!


It’s just you.

Just me.

But I’m here, with him.

We can talk about it later.

I came to watch you play.

Well, prepare for disappointment, ’cause if you didn’t notice, I never play.

I noticed, and I’m going to talk to your coach about it.

Oh, God, no! No, no!

Hey, Coach, can I have a word?

Don’t do that.

Eli, you probably got the feeling that I’m not actually here to watch your game.



And that maybe I’m here to give my good friend, your dad, just a little support as he deals with his somewhat delinquent son.


But I’m not.

I’m here to warn you.

You steal that Jeep again, I’m going to haul your ass into a jail cell, have you tried as an adult, and watch you get sent to the state penitentiary for a minimum of 90 days.

Did he tell you to scare me?


Good luck with the game, Eli.


What do you think about my son getting a little playing time tonight?

I think that’s a great idea.

You don’t know who my son is, do you?

I don’t know who you are.

But you look pretty athletic, so I’m guessing your son is too.

That’s my son.

I was wrong.

Just give him five minutes in the game.

Let him prove himself.

Three minutes if we’re winning.

Five minutes.


You know what? You drive a tough bargain.

Three it is!


Four minutes!

Not a second longer.

What about four and 1/2?

I checked her vitals.

Everything’s normal, at least normal for a woman who’s been dead for 15 years.

Maybe we should cut her open and then see if she’s normal inside.

Not exactly how medical treatment works.

But thanks for the suggestion.

How do we know she’s OK?

I mean, not just physically but mentally?

How do we know this is Allison?

Hm? Really Allison?

We don’t.

This wasn’t exactly part of the plan.

Maybe our first step is simply talking with her.

Since she doesn’t appear to be injured, we’re probably OK to try waking her up.



I think she’s awake.

Our sons are trained to be soldiers, daughters to be leaders.

Shapeshifter, lycan, werewolf, to me it’s just another dumb animal.




Where the hell does she think she’s going?

She’s probably slightly confused.

Supposed to be slightly dead.

Split up. If you find her, yell.


Got her!


Hey, Allison!

You OK?

Not me, man.

[exciting music]

♪ ♪


Hey, Allison, wait!



Who are you?

It’s me. It’s Scott.

Scott who?


Where’s the alpha?

You mean?

Where’s Derek Hale?


Hey. Allison, she’s alive.

She’s back.

She’s not the only one.

[indistinct police radio chatter]

Levchenko, did you call the power company?

I just did.

They said everything is fine on their end.


Might be an electrical issue here.

Sheriff, we got another problem that you might want to handle first.

If it’s another fire, I don’t want to hear about it.

Of course I want to hear about it!

Get the hell in here, both of you!

20 minutes ago, two hikers were headed down the trails and they spotted smoke.

We’ve got another witness who said they passed by someone wearing a heavy black coat, but couldn’t see his face because of a hood.


Levchenko, you’re with me.

Hewitt, you’re with Parrish.

Let’s go.

Is that a new uniform?

[car starting]

[car pulling away]

[light clattering]

[ethereal breathing]

[door shuts]

How’d you get in here?

The door was ajar.

Who are you?

Someone who knows you better than you know yourself.

Hands up where I can see ’em!

You are kitsune, but you don’t know it.

Your brother, Ekaida, he knew it, but he never told you.

How do you know about my brother?

The spirit in you, it’s old.

It’s drawn to Beacon Hills.

Don’t come any closer!

The power, it’s like an armor protecting you.

But it cannot protect you now!


Ah. Oh!


There it is.

I don’t want your life, little fox.

Oh. Ah.

But I do want your tail.

You have nine tails that can summon nine Oni.


Now give them to me!



We don’t know where she’s going or what she’s doing.

Or how the hell she’s alive.

Well, can we answer that question after we find her?

That woman may look like Allison, but it doesn’t mean that she is Allison.

She didn’t recognize me.

Me either.

But she saw me heal.

She knows what I am.

So she doesn’t remember us but she knows about werewolves.

It’s frighteningly convenient for a werewolf hunter who just got brought back to life.

She also knew how to kick ass, specifically my ass.

Hold on.

When I told her my last name was McCall, she looked at me like she… was expecting something else.


But if the only thing that she remembers right now is that she hunts and kills werewolves…

Then we need to find Derek.

I’m coming with you.



[gurgling breaths]

Who are you?

A friend, despite appearances.

A friend with a fondness for… riddles.

I don’t remember liking riddles.

Oh, you’ll like this one.

What’s another word for the metal silver, and also the name of a legendary family who hunts werewolves?


Allison Argent.

Time to hunt.

Time to kill Scott McCall, the werewolf who destroyed your family.

I don’t remember that name.

Oh, you will.

We will help you.

I don’t fucking trust you.

You would trust your mother, wouldn’t you?

You’re not my mother.

But aren’t I precisely the voice you need to hear right now?

No, my mother’s dead.

No. No.

That’s why I’m here.

Our side has suffered so many losses.

Allison, you have to remember Scott McCall, Derek Hale.

Those men, those monsters have murdered so many innocent people.

They have to be stopped.

What do you want me to do?

The betas make the alpha stronger.

So I take out the weakest members first?

Scott McCall has too many allies right now.

So how do I get to him?

The Oni will clear a path.

They will clear the board of the other pieces, leaving you to concentrate on a winning move.

What’s the winning move?

In the game of Go, we call it the divine move.

None of my texts are going through.

I can’t reach… anyone.

Do you think that’s connected?


Someone was killed here.

Yeah, I’m pretty sure a lot of people have been killed here, Lydia.


Are we gonna be killed here?

[tense music]

♪ ♪

Please tell me that Allison didn’t do that.

Dad, put me down!

Please put me down.

You said you couldn’t walk.

I can hop.


You almost had that shot.

No, I didn’t.

Yes, you did. I saw it. You were right at the goal.

You’re better than you think you are.

I was in for less than a minute.

I got the ball for a second and I got knocked on my ass and I twisted my ankle.

It wasn’t anything.


It was nothing.

It was something.

I was watching Coach and he saw it too.

You’re good.

You’re really good.

And… if you can heal, you can play tomorrow night, and you can help them win.

The first step to transforming is healing, but you’ve got to be willing to learn.


Get down!

Run! Run!

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪













Oh, shit.

Scott, get to Eli.

Derek, he’s not here.

He was.

He knows what to do.

We… we have a plan.

He has the…

He has the car.

Don’t… don’t try to talk.

Eli, he’ll go to the shop.

He knows what to do. He knows what to do.

Don’t talk.

Hey, hey!



It’s not just Allison.

It’s the Oni. It’s Nogitsune.

They’re coming.

Scott, what do we do?

Liam, get to Stilinski, find Lydia, and tell them we need their help.

Tell them we need everyone.

Malia, let’s get him out of here.

It looks like the radius is about the same as the previous fires.

Take the others and see if you can find any kind of incendiary device.


What’s your take on this?

Are you asking me as a deputy or?

As someone who’s known to set himself on fire because he’s a demon called a hellhound?

Yeah, but I’m a nice demon.


Who set these fires?

Not an arsonist.


A serial arsonist would want to watch the fire burn, not have it snuffed out minutes after ignition.

And plus they typically have an emotional cooling off period, and…

These are being set one after another.

And all that says one thing, that these fires…

Are not about fire.

Go see what you can dig up.

I’m gonna call our consultant.

[eerie clicking]

I know that sound.



[tense music]

♪ ♪

Oh, God damn it.

I knew I should’ve retired.


Eli! Eli.

We’re gonna find him.

But we have to help you first.

No. No, Eli.

His ankle, he twisted it. He can’t run.

But he can heal.

No, he won’t.

Eli can’t heal, not like a werewolf, not yet.

What’s wrong with him?

You know how some people pass out when they see a needle?

Eli passes out when he sees his own fangs.

He passes out?

The fangs come out.

He’s on the floor.

Claws too.

Scott, you have to find him.

You have to find him before she does.



Where are you?


Mason, help.


[blade slicing] Ah!





Aw, shit.

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

[bullet ricochets]



All right. Come on.



Easy. Easy.

You have to find Eli.


You have to find Eli.

Derek, you’re gonna need to let Scott and the others take care of it, OK?

Anyone that loses this much blood, human or werewolf, you’re not gonna be any good to anyone else.

We need a lighter.

The healing process works faster with fire.

I’ve been known to light a spark or two in my time.


Peter, no.


Do I need to remind you people that he slashed my throat once and it killed me?

When it comes to you, most of us try to forget.

That is no way to speak to your father.

Look, we’re running out of time.

We’ve got to catch up to Eli.

You mean before Allison does.

Allison Argent, back from the dead, running around, shooting up werewolves like a good little hunter?

You must be so proud.

Can we just lower the level of the testosterone in the room, fellas? Huh?

Derek said that they had a plan for when something like this happens.

The auto shop.

That’s where they’ll go.

Emergency rendezvous point.

How far behind was Allison?

Not far enough.

I’m coming with you.

No. You need to find Lydia.

Liam and Hikari are already looking for Stilinski, but honestly, if there’s anyone who could figure this thing out, it’s Lydia.

Find Lydia. I’ll get Eli.


I gotta go.


Scott, wait, wait.

What, Mom? What?

If there’s some small chance that it’s her, that it’s really Allison…

It can’t be, right?

It’s impossible.

Listen to me.

If I’ve learned anything living in Beacon Hills, it’s that every time someone says something’s impossible, somehow the impossible seems to happen.

If you think it’s really her, you have to find her and stop her and help her remember who she was.

I love you, Mom.

I love you too.

Go get her.

[thunder claps]

Come on.

[keys clatter]

What do you smell?


That would be me.

You’re gonna want to see this.

He was a kitsune, probably didn’t even know it.

If the Nogitsune murdered him, then he did it to steal his tails.

The tails only get him one thing: the Oni.

Whoa, whoa, whoa.

I have a tail.

No one’s planning on stealing my tail, right?

Will you please shut up?

There’s more going on and I think it’s all connected.

More what?

Well, someone’s been setting fires.

If Allison catches up to Eli, we might need some real medical attention, not just a blow torch.

I feel like that was aimed at me.

Get out of the way or there’ll be a gun aimed at you.

Of course.

Just satisfy my curiosity about one thing.

Who are you going out there to help, her or him, predator or prey?

I’ll stop anyone who tries to kill an innocent 15-year-old.

And yet you look like a man with doubts.

Let’s ask the expert.

Mr. Deaton?

The Nogitsune is an extraordinarily powerful creature.

It can create illusions that are nearly indistinguishable from reality.


But that illusion today, that looked pretty damn real to me.

Me too.

I know what I saw.

I saw an exact replica, meant to trick us into lowering our guard.

My daughter is gone.

Whoever or whatever is out there isn’t Allison.

It’s an illusion.

Then I say, let’s dispel the illusion.


[metal scrapes]



Allison, stop!

Come on! Come on! Go, go, go, go!


Oh, shit.

OK. Go.

Oh! Ah, come on!

Come on! Let’s go!


I know you don’t remember everything, but if you stop trying to kill us for half a second,

I could help you remember!

Come on! All right! Hey!

We’re gonna have to run.

I need you to heal.

I can’t.

I can’t heal. I can’t transform.

I can’t do any of it.

Well, you’re gonna learn right now.


Like this.


[high-pitched ringing]

[sirens wailing]

We’ve got multiple calls about a fire.

Copy, Dispatch. We’re en route now.

Parrish, go to two.

I’ll hit the station.

But, Sheriff,

Mason, he just… he vanished.

We don’t know what happened to him yet.

Right now, I need you at the station.

I’ll check Hale Auto.

You copy me?

Copy, sir.

Come on, Eli! Don’t stop! She’s right behind us.

Come on, keep going.

Kid, come on, get up, get up!

Go, go, go! Right there, go!

Listen, you’re gonna have to keep going on without me.

Wait, what are you talking about?

I have to try to get through to her.

She’s trying to get an arrow through you.


What is that?


She coated the arrowheads in wolfsbane.

My dad told me you almost had to cut his arm off once because of wolfsbane poisoning.

You need to run, Eli.

We’re not far from the road. I… I’ll keep her busy.

I can’t. OK? I can’t do it without you.

Hey, you’re gonna be all right, OK?

Remember, you just learned how to heal.

You did that for me.

I gave you a push.

And if Allison has any chance of remembering who she is, she’s gonna need the same push.

Find your dad.

I think I’m gonna need his help.

Yeah, OK.

Yeah, the fires all happened right after the jar was taken from Japan.

Liam, that’s him.

That’s the guy who stole the jar, the one who freed the Nogitsune.

He’s the one setting the fires.

And not the Nogitsune?

Why don’t we catch him and kill the Nogitsune?

That sounds like a pretty good plan to me.

Well, the Nogitsune’s not a person.

It’s an ancient power, so old it’s practically elemental.

It might not be possible to kill him.

Well, I’m willing to give it a shot.

We’re wasting time.

You guys can figure out who’s starting the fire.

We need to find Scott.

[shouts] [tires screeching]

She drove this one, smashed right into Derek’s.


You smell something else?



The air, it’s rife with a homicidal rage.

She certainly has the anger of an Argent.

Then it’s more proof it’s not Allison.

My daughter wouldn’t kill a 15-year-old boy.

You had the Nogitsune in your head.

Maybe it’s in hers.

If there’s room enough, with all of that unadulterated fury.

Not everybody has your anger.

Not everyone has your optimism.

Don’t underestimate anger, Melissa.

We all have the same instinct for fight or flight.

Flight begins with fear but fight is born of anger.

She put an arrow into his truck.

They’re on the run, that way.

Can you track ’em through the woods?

Both: Yes.

Allison, stop!


I want to talk.

Sure, let’s talk.

Dad? Dad?



You’re safe, Eli.

You’re safe.

Yeah, but Scott isn’t.

Hey, we got a problem.

[faint clicking]

Three of them.

[eerie clicking]

[air hissing]

It was done by a sword.

[eerie clicking]




[exciting music]

♪ ♪

[blades ringing]


[blades slices]


[blade slices] [snarls]

[somber music]

♪ ♪

[speaks Japanese]

[speaks Japanese]


♪ ♪




[electrical buzzing]


Oh, no!


[grunts] [glass shattering]



[blade slices]


[labored breathing]

Remember who you are.

[blade slices]


Come on. Come on!

[both grunting]

[both grunting]

Allison, if you just give me one second, I can tell you the truth.

You killed half my family.

I never killed anyone, and neither did you.



I know those daggers have wolfsbane on them.

And I know you think you’re gonna go through with it.


Because that’s what the Nogitsune wants.

He wants me to die in your arms this time.

Are you ready for that?

Because it’s not easy.


Come on.


Eli, what are you doing?

I can do this.

Oh, shit!



[blade slices]



Whoa, OK, stop!

What’s it gonna take to get you to stop and listen?

[wind whooshing]

[blade slices]



OK, you killed me.

Now can we talk?

Why is the guy who went to Japan to free the Nogitsune now in Beacon Hills trying to burn down the woods?

He’s not trying to burn down the woods.

It’s… only part of it.

Do we have to play junior detectives?

Can’t we just leave it up to the actual detectives?

Do you see any actual detectives standing around?

But what do detectives do, anyway?

Do they, like, go to the scene of the crime and… detect something?

That’s exactly what they do.


We need to look at one of the burn sites, the first one.

Guys, guys.


We got a big-ass problem.

Derek, Stilinski, Eli, Deaton, they’re all gone.

What do you mean gone?

They were taken.

By who?

The Oni.


There’s blood… all around here, and a lot.

If she managed to cut him with her ring dagger then he’s in trouble.

They’re laced with wolfsbane.

How long does he have?

Six, eight hours at most.

These rapid burns…

There is something systematic about it.

Is she gonna keep talking like this?

I stopped listening six hours ago.

All right. I’m sorry.

I’m not gonna spend the rest of the day walking through the woods, trying to catch a pyromaniac.

Do you have a better plan?

We already know what kills the Oni.


You with me?

Go. Get all the silver you can.

And if you find the Oni, don’t fight them, kill them.

We’re heading back to the main road, aren’t we?


And my blood, it’s going to lure them.

I’m the bait for the trap, right?


‘Cause by the time the others catch up to us, I’ll be dead, and you can pick the others off one by one.

Is that the plan?

Yeah, actually. That is the plan.

You don’t hunt werewolves, Allison.

And no matter what the Nogitsune put into your head, you don’t kill them either.

And I think part of you knows it.

I saw it the moment you stabbed me.

Saw what?



Jackson, what do you smell?

Ugh. The horrifying stench of death.

What else do you smell?

It’s not gas.

It’s not lighter fluid or anything like that.

It’s different.

Chemical accelerant.

Mm-hmm. It’s a quick burn so they can’t set the rest of the forest on fire.

Well, does that tell us anything useful?

Well, in terms of the fire, they know chemicals.

They know exactly how to use them.

I don’t get it. Why would someone spend all this time and energy burning up rowan trees?

Rowan trees?


That’s what the smell is, right?

Jackson, do you know what rowan trees become after they’re burned?


Mountain ash.

You’re not gonna kill me.

That’s right. The wolfsbane is going to kill you.

You had a code.


“We hunt those who hunt us.”


You came up with a new one.

“We protect…”

“We protect those who… cannot protect themselves.”

You remember.

We should grab whatever we can.

I’m taking this.

Don’t worry. It’s not the look.

It’s more of a… “you look really hot holding a tactical tomahawk” look.

If we don’t die tonight, we can talk about it.


Then I’m definitely not dying tonight.

[labored breathing]


Yes, he’s handsome.

History is replete with handsome killers.

He’s still a killer.

What am I even doing here?

This… this can’t be the right thing to do.

Don’t get lost in useless moral quandaries, Allison.

Stick to the plan.

Your father is on his way here right now.

I saw him at the hospital. That was him.

No, he’s on his way and he’s bringing Peter Hale.

You remember what that monster did to Kate?

He ripped her throat out with his claws.

He’ll do the same to you if he gets the chance.

Don’t you remember how they burned us?

We lost years.

Can’t you feel that life stolen from you?

I don’t know what I feel!

A few more hours and the sun goes down.

We’ll take care of everything then.

They come out at night.


The Oni.

And with them comes chaos.

[unsettling music]

♪ ♪


Eli, can you hear me?


We’re not dead.

Not yet.

Where are we?

It’s just an illusion.

What about them?

[eerie clicking]

[grunts softly]


If we don’t come up with a way to get this wolfsbane out soon, I’m going to die.

We need to find Liam.

Your beta?

My friend.

Liam and Hikari.

She’s a kitsune.

That’s why that arrow didn’t do anything to her.

Because of the fox.

It protects her, like armor.

It won’t protect her from the Oni.

Nothing protected you either.

What do you mean?

You died in my arms.

And if you let me, I could prove it to you.

[whispering] You’re lying.

Just give me a chance.

If you still don’t believe me, fine.

Let me die.

And what if I do?

Well, then you’re gonna have to save me.

[strained yelling]

Derek, I’m not so sure even your strength could break those bonds, not here.

Eli, are you OK?

How’s your leg?

Yeah, it’s fine.

It’s healed.

You learn how to heal?

Yeah, kind of.

Well, Scott did most of it.

That’s amazing!

Hey, Derek.

Maybe you want to be a little more subtle with your antics.

[eerie clicking]

The Nogitsune isn’t gonna kill us, not yet.

He put us here to watch him win.

We’re here for our pain.

Do you guys hear that?

[distant pounding]

It sounds like…


[whistle blasts]

[players grunt]

At least we know she hasn’t caught him yet.

No, she’s caught him.

Allison knows to retrieve her arrows whenever she can.

This was left so we’re following the right trail.


[distant cheering]

I don’t think we’re following a trail.

We’re being led into a trap, and I think that’s it.

It’s the college stadium.

That’s where the lacrosse tournament’s being held.

And while they play a lacrosse game, we’ll be playing right into the Nogitsune’s game.

That’s where he’ll make his final moves.

Let’s just hope he hasn’t figured out a divine move.

What’s that?

It’s a move in the game of Go.

It’s a move so brilliant, so inspired, that it changes the shape of the entire game.

A move that only a god could make.


I think the accelerant used to start these fires might be the same one used to start a fire over 20 years ago.

Are you talking about the fire that killed Derek’s family?

And there’s one more thing.

The person who came up with this formula is supposed to be dead.

“Supposed to be dead” is starting to be a recurring theme around here.

[players shouting in distance]

[eerie music]

♪ ♪

Just… hold on.



It’s my license.

It was at the ice rink.

The other pictures didn’t come out so I tore that one off for you.

After you died, your father gave that to me.

Lydia was there.

And Stiles.

Remember the winter formal?

I went with my friends, Jackson and Lydia.

I don’t remember anybody else.

I was there.

And I found you inside, and we danced.

I don’t remember any of that.

We kissed.

And that was the first time I told you that I loved you.

Why did you do that?

Because I love you.

When you broke up with me, I said I knew we were gonna be together.

And you told me… “There’s no such thing as fate.”

Do you remember what I told you back?

“There’s no such thing as a werewolf.”


Tell me the rest.

I can’t, because I’m going to die if you don’t help me.

What do I have to do?

Wolfsbane only responds to fire.

You’ve got to burn it out.

A man looks at a photograph of another man.

He says, “Brothers and sisters have I none.

But this man’s father is my father’s son.”

Who is the man in the photograph?

My son.


Don’t be afraid.

Oh, of this guy? No, no way.

Oh, my God, he’s touching me. [groans]

The son of Derek Hale.

But not a wolf yet, is he?

When night falls, he may earn his fangs, his claws,

watching the rest of you die!



Whoa, uh…

you couldn’t find a lighter?

Do you want to live or not?

[sighs] Burn it out.

[groans softly]

[tense music]

[thunderous pounding]

[breathing heavily]



[scream echoing]


Eli, did you see that?

Did you see your eyes?

How the hell am I supposed to see my eyes?

They’re the things I use to see.

They were glowing.


They were?




Wait, don’t!


Tell me, Eli,

do you like riddles?

I’m more of a limerick kind of guy.

You know, I like the rhyming. [grunts]

Finstock, thanks for reminding everyone here that no team chokes quite like Beacon Hills.

We’re still up, Hogan.



I need to find my father.

If he’s here, he’s in danger too.

Allison, wait.

Look, this isn’t just about us anymore.

I think I remember you, or maybe someone like you, maybe someone I was in love with.

And maybe… Maybe if I had more time, I would remember everything.

But I can’t help you right now. I have to find my father.

I think he might be the only one I have left.


Let’s put one of the players back in the game.




Allison. Hey! Allison, Allison.

They don’t know that it’s you.

Not even your own father.

So just… be careful.

I just tried to kill you, and you’re telling me to be careful.

Why would you do that?

Because I’m still in love with you.


[whistle blasts]


Where the hell did you come from?

Get off the… hey!

[whistles] Off the field!

Get off the field! Look at you!


It’s happening now.

The mountain ash is more than a barrier.

It’s a gateway between his world and ours.

Oh, I really hate when you say shit like that.

Isn’t it just ash?

Parrish has to break the barrier.

He’s the only one that can do it.



OK, so it’s a place, but it’s not real.

They’re all there with my dad, and they’re alive.

This part of the game?

It’s like he’s knocking pieces off the board.

So how come he put me back on it?

I don’t know, but I need to get you out of here.

Come on.

Oh! What the hell was that?

Mountain ash.

[unsettling music]

♪ ♪

It’s him.

It’s really him.

It’s him who?

Adrian Harris.

He kind of looks like our chemistry teacher.

I was your chemistry teacher, Jackson, you fucking imbecile.



Do it. Scream, Lydia. Scream like a banshee.

Oh. Oh, that’s right.

You haven’t screamed in years, have you?

What do you want from us?

Well, I don’t want an apology, seeing as how you ruined my life, and you served me up as a human sacrifice to some demented druid.

I was in London for all of that.



The sun’s going down.

If the Oni come out at night…

There’s 10,000 people in this stadium.

What are we supposed to do?

Come on.

Hey, Coach?

Come on.


Coach, hey!

Oh, no, no, no, no.


You graduated, McCall.

You’re not ruining this for me.

Coach, every single person in this stadium is in danger.

Is there any way to get them out without panicking them?

Yeah, you win the game.

What happens if they tie it up?

Sudden death.

Coach, there’s gonna be 10,000 sudden deaths if we don’t stop this game.

[crowd cheering]


I haven’t felt this level of disappointment since I lost my virginity.

You want to help us win, McCall?


Four minutes, whoever scores first wins.

Number 11? That used to be my number.

Do you want it back?

No, no. That’s OK.

Just, if you’re gonna wear my number, you better score.

I’ll try. [players grunt]

Let’s go! Let’s do it!

Asses on the field!

We score first!

Come take a look, Lydia.


This was no small accomplishment.

This illusion has several layers.

Here, Lydia, let me show you one.

You want me to watch a lacrosse game?

No, no.

I want you to watch your friends die.

Come on.

Take a look through the microscope.


[eerie clicking]

You didn’t change.


When they took Eli, you didn’t change.

He means you didn’t transform in front of your son.

I haven’t.

He hasn’t seen me like that.

Not since the first time.

OK, what was the first time?

[sighs] I don’t know if he’d even remembers.

He might have been too young.

Coyotes had come into the house.

They clawed through the screen door.

Eli was playing on the floor, and they were heading straight for him.

I transformed instantly.

Roared so loud it shook the entire house.

Coyotes took off and there was Eli, looking up at me.

He was shaking. He was…

He was terrified.

And he wouldn’t let me come near him for days.

That look of fear in his eyes when he saw me, I couldn’t get it out of my head.

That’s why he can’t change.

I think every time he starts to, or… maybe every time he tries, he must see my face… snarling back at him.

Get it to McCall! To McCall!

Yes! Yes! Yes!


[glass shatters]

Whoa. Sh…

I knew the Nogitsune was too chaotic to play this game on his own.

He needed me to help him win.

All I had to do was give him my pain.

Thanks to you and Scott McCall, I have plenty.

[grunts] We all have pain.

But Lydia’s pain is particularly appealing to a thousand-year-old demon.

My pain isn’t anything to him.

On the contrary, heartbreak is a veritable delicacy to the Nogitsune.

So give him a taste, Lydia.

Tell us why you left Stiles.


Give us your pain, or the next time, I shoot Jackson in the head.

No. Lydia.

Lydia, don’t do it.

Don’t do it!

I left.

I left because of a dream.

What happened in the dream?

My eyes open…

And I see broken glass.

It’s from a windshield.

And I’m crawling on the pavement.

I’m trying to reach Stiles.

There was a crash.

We’d been thrown from the car.

Except he’s not moving.

He wasn’t blinking.

He wasn’t breathing.

Lydia, it was just a dream.

Until it happened again.

And again.

Becomes this recurring dream until I can’t tell anymore that if it’s a dream…

Or a premonition.

If I was never in the car with him, there wouldn’t have to be a crash.

And he wouldn’t have to die.

And you wouldn’t have to scream.

Banshees don’t scream.

They wail.



New plan.

You take the shot. I’ll cover you.

Are you kidding?

No, it’s your shot!

Come on.

Where did this kid come from?

Is he even in high school?

That’s one of my best students.

He looks like he’s 30.

Who the hell is that?

That’s Greenberg.

[crowd cheering distantly]

What do you hear?

It’s like the game’s happening right next to us.

I can hear it too.

I think my son’s on the field.

Yes! Take it!

Eli, take it to the rack!





Holy shit!

Scott, did you see that? Did you me score?

My dad was actually right. I’m actually pretty good.

Oh, my God, my dad.

This isn’t over.

We’re gonna find the others. Come on.

Peter! Wait!

No! No!

No more illusions.

Where’s Scott? Where’s my son?

He’s on the field.

He’s trying to save everyone.

He’s playing the game.

That most definitely sounds like your son.

But as for your daughter… I forgot to tell you something, Peter.

The arrow wasn’t the only thing Allison left behind.

[blade rings]

[blade clatters]



You think I wouldn’t recognize my own daughter?

It is you.

I don’t know.

I don’t know who or what I am.

But my friends are in trouble and it’s all my fault.


Dad, what’s that?

[eerie clicking]


The real tournament begins.

Where are we?

We’re in his world.

This is it.

They’re here. They’re all trapped here.

So are we.

Something’s happening.

I think it already happened.

[barrier thrumming]

[eerie clicking]

[eerie screeching]

I’ve killed Oni before.

Then let’s kill a few more.





You can burn through this, right?

You’ve done it before.

That was years ago.

The amount of power this is gonna take, I don’t know if I can do it.

OK. What do you need?

You need a pep talk?

One of those “you can do this” speeches?

I don’t do speeches. I don’t do pep talks.

I’m not here to boost your ego.

And I’m not gonna be your cheerleader.

So whatever you need to do to get your shit together, you gotta do this for yourself and you gotta do this right now.

You are a hellhound that burns hellfire.

Now burn this fucker up!

[breathing deeply]


We can’t get loose.



Parrish, we need to buy him more time.

Go ahead, Lydia.

Watch your friends suffer.


Look out!




Fight, Allison. Come on.

She’ll hear you.

Mountain ash doesn’t work on banshees.


♪ ♪

[breath trembles]

[unnatural clicking]


Allison is alive.

Your best friend is alive, and she’s out there fighting for her life.

Don’t lose her again.

She’ll hear you.

Lydia, she’ll hear you.





[soft music]

♪ ♪

♪ ♪


♪ ♪


[whispering] I remember.

I remember everything.

We’re not done yet.

The game is mine.


Take me.

Let the others go.

All the lives here belong to me.

All you need is me.

Scott, don’t do this.

Allison kills me, I die in her arms, the same way that she died in mine.

That’s the move that wins the game, isn’t it?

I’ve already won.

You lose! Until I’m off the board!

And I’m still standing.

And I’m still the alpha.

An arrow to the heart to save everyone else?


All the other players go free.



No, I can’t. I… I can’t… I cannot… no.

No. [winces]

Kill him, Allison, and I win the game.

Allison, please.

Don’t make me watch my friends and my family die.

[breath shuddering]

[exhales slowly]

Game is mine!

Kill him!




[breath shudders]



[breathing heavily]

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

[sighs in relief]

Something tells me this isn’t over.

I certainly hope not.

Scream all you want, Lydia.


The game is over.

The wolves howl to signal their position…


To the rest of the pack.

Tell me, Scott McCall, what is the sound of the wolf who is ready to die?

I’d tell you, but I’m not ready to die.

Fox fire.

[flames roaring]



[eerie clicking]


[thunder rumbling]

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

What is that?

Silver, you motherfucker.

[blades slicing]

[grunts softly]



Come on, come on.


OK. Stop. Stop.

The only way we can break the bonds is with our strength combined, you and me.

What strength? I don’t have any strength.

Your will as a wolf.

We do it together.

You’re my son.

You’re a Hale.



A werewolf.


[both roaring]




[both roar]

Mason! Sheriff!

[gun cocking]


Do you remember, Scott, the gift that you gave me?

The bite of the alpha, the power of the werewolf.




[all roaring]


[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

[music fades]

[roar echoes]

Derek, it’s not real.

It’s just another illusion.



Eli, can you hear me?


Yeah, I can hear you.















Harris had his chance.

Now it’s my turn, my revenge.

I’m going to kill them all, starting with this child right here.

You wanna kill someone, start with me!



We can’t fight him alone.

He’s too strong.

We have to break the illusion.

We have to catch him.

You can’t catch me.

You can’t kill me.

You can’t even find me.

You’re right.

We can’t find you… but we can find each other.

A wolf howls to signal its pack.

What about a werewolf?

A werewolf roars.




[claws slicing]

[all grunting and straining]


Hey, hold him! We gotta hold him!

You can’t! You’ll both burn up with him!







You’re the alpha.

He’s part of your pack now.






Light this fucker up.

[flames roaring]




[crickets chirping]

Here, let me help you.




♪ Tell me, love ♪

♪ Tell me from the start ♪

♪ How we came so far then you fell into the dark ♪

♪ You’re not alone ♪

♪ If you need me be the one to wrap your arms around ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Lonely is the night time ♪

♪ Lonely is the night ♪

♪ Lonely is the night time ♪

♪ Lonely is the night ♪

♪ Satellite, satellite ♪



♪ Bring me home ♪

♪ Satellite, satellite ♪

♪ Cause I feel you around me always ♪

♪ I feel you around me always ♪

♪ I feel you around me always, looking down ♪

♪ You’re around me always ♪

♪ Satellite, satellite ♪

The first night I met Derek Hale, he saved my life.

Then he said we were brothers, and I thought that he was crazy.

But no. No, he was right.

Eli, from that moment on, we were brothers.

And, uh…

Derek Hale was the first person to teach me that you don’t just get the family that you were born with.

You get the family that you find.

You know, I’m not sure how your dad would feel about me giving you the Jeep.

But, um, something tells me it’s the right thing to do.

He hated that Jeep.

After my son left it behind, Derek towed it in, thinking it was probably beyond repair.

But then he opened up the hood and he pulled off all the duct tape Stiles had stuck on it.

And he managed to fix it.

[chuckles softly]

That Jeep, no matter what’s been done to it, it just keeps running.

He could never figure out why it wouldn’t break down and stay down.

And I don’t think he ever realized that that’s exactly the way we saw him.

I have never seen anyone take the kind of punishment that Derek Hale took…

[electrical buzzing]

And kept taking…

In order to protect the people he loved.

[somber music]

♪ ♪


[blade slicing]




He kept standing back up…


Until the day he couldn’t.


Your dad had complicated feelings about that Jeep.

But it doesn’t mean it needs to be complicated for you.

All you got to do… is keep it running.

Just keep it going.

♪ We are victims of the night ♪

♪ ♪

♪ We are victims of the night ♪

♪ ♪

[dogs barking]

Don’t get too attached.


We got adoptions on Saturday.

Eventually him.

I know you’re gonna be tempted, but not a lot of treats. He’s still growing dog.

Oh, really?


He’s pretty heavy already.

When he’s ready.


I have this feeling.

It’s like, all this time has passed and I want to figure out how to get it back.

Like, I’m happy for everything that’s ahead of me, but I… I just… I feel this kind of regret, you know?

I think… I think I feel…


Yeah, that’s exactly it.

Do you feel that way?


I’m not worried about the past, because now I have a future.

With him.

And you.


[soft romantic music]

♪ ♪

[dogs howling]

OK, quiet.

♪ ♪

Why did we stop?

Hey, I thought… I thought I was gonna go see my lawyer.

[engine rumbling]



Hey, hey, hey!



Who the hell are you?

Whoa, whoa, hey! No, hey!

What’s… what’s going on?


Get your hands off me!

Hey, come on! Get your hands off…

Good evening, Mr. Harris.

There’s been a change of plans.

It’s been decided that you’ll be placed at a far more suitable detention facility.

What kind of facility?

The Eichen.


I think you’ll be very comfortable there.

No, no, no, no, no, no.

No, God! No, no, no! No!

No! It’s some kind of mistake!

No! I’m a high school teacher!

Come on, the kids, the teenagers, they’re werewolves!

Trust me.

We’ve heard plenty of stories about teenage werewolves.

There’s always a new one.

[intense music]

♪ ♪

Remember who you are.

[upbeat rock music]

♪ ♪

♪ Standing on the ledge ♪

♪ I’m thinking now, man, I want jump down ♪

♪ Somebody’s shouting from the, the ground, the ground ♪

♪ Sucking on a lemon. Will I ever get to heaven? ♪

♪ Will they ever let me in if I, I try, I try ♪

♪ I’m burning off my fingertips ♪

♪ It’s never enough ♪

♪ I don’t know what to make of this ♪

♪ So I’ll lock it up ♪

♪ ♪

♪ Whoo! Yeah! ♪

♪ I’m burning off my fingertips ♪

♪ It’s never enough ♪

♪ I don’t know what to make of this ♪

♪ So I’ll ♪

♪ Run into the hills to get away ♪

♪ Bad luck ♪

♪ Still, I can’t help but love the taste, yeah ♪

♪ I’m running through the graveyard ♪

♪ They never save a place for me, yeah ♪

♪ And I’m doing well ♪

♪ Standing on the ledge I’m thinking ♪

♪ Man, I really wanna jump down ♪

♪ Somebody’s shouting from the ♪

♪ The ground, the ground ♪

♪ Sucking on a lemon, will I ever get to heaven? ♪

♪ Will they ever let me in if I… ♪


♪ Whoa! ♪


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