Paste: In the finale, it became clear that Ramsey also views Blake, Everett, and even Danny as a part of her pack and her family. With the FBI coming in and so many things changing, what do you imagine her next move will be in the aftermath of this episode
Shrub's wolf pack are the wolves of the Undergrove's forest allied with Shrub. It consists of Mother Wolf and twelve original wolves Shrub tamed from the forest, plus a few offspring, named after the planets and constellations.
So basically, this fake \"MTV\" account has been going viral, after posting fake spoilers and news about the \"new season of Teen Wolf.\" YAYY, ikr. my thoughts and reaction exactly. But that was before, an investigator (forgot who, but they were investigating, so im calling them an investigator. I think they're acc name on yt was/is 'teen wolf news' or something like that:)...) ,,,, contacted Jeff Davis, who is the director of our fav infamous show, T.W., by email, stating current and recurring events and asking for true info and evidence to these statements being made. Jeff Davis said that him and the certain companies and all (again i kinda forgot) had maybe talked abt a reboot, but he's gotten no other info. abt such things. He also says that if there were to be a reboot, everything would have to be, idk.... REBOOTED!! Nothing would be the same.
I have to say Scott and Malia storyline this episode was probably one of my favorites those moments were adorable, especially when she was there for him when his mum was in surgery can't help but feel really bad for Scott loved seeing Deucalion again. Malia and Deucalion little play fight with Scott trying to help ,thought that was funny. Any scene with Peter is great ,he's just so funny especially when he's opposite Malia . Peter is right they can't win the war unless they're willing to kill which I think is interesting because it's always been a struggle for Scott. Later Malia tries convince Peter to join the fight even going as far as letting him into her head and shows him what the Anuk-ite is capable of but only scares himoff off even more but let us in on what's going on in Malia's mind and reveals that she wants to surround Scott with killers to protect him Maybe so he doesn't have to do it himself, A new pack called the Primal, which I think would have been really interesting to see them well see them alive but apparently the Anuk-ite has gotten to them
This episode it was definitely one of those bottle episode where everything happens in one place in one night which I sort of love those episodes to be honest I'm really not liking this Monroe character glad to see Theo make an appearance I was wondering when he was going to. The two werewovles from Satomis's confirmed in this episode spoiler alert apparently satomis's is dead after so-called truce meeting apparently those two are the last two werewolves left from her pack. I'm hoping Scott learns from her mistakes that these people don't want a truce they want them all dead.
Overall, I feel quite torn about tonight's episode, even after I've written my recap and review. As I'd stated earlier, I think the time we shared with an imprisoned Savage was well spent, but little else about this episode left me with a case of the warm and fuzzies. At this point, it's all about momentum, and for the past two episodes, things were looking pretty good. Then, the pacing had to get bogged down entirely with time-wasting flashback sequences and more nap-inspiring scenes courtesy of Ray, Kendra, and Carter. I think it's truly a shame that the bulk of this debut season's story has hinged on the love-sick antics of three men and one very boring female character. It's not like exciting things haven't happened throughout the course of the season, it's just that I can't help but feel as if they always get buried beneath this terribly distracting thread. Meh, there's only two more episodes to go until we reach the end of DC's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW, let's all put the good vibes out there for an exciting ride toward the finish line!
This episode opens with us flash-backing our way to Egypt 1700 BC. In that temple we've all become very familiar with throughout the season, we see Savage wrestling around with a vengeful Rip Hunter. Vandal eventually gets the better of his opponent and tosses Captain Hunter's ass into a holding cell. Before slinking off to, I don't know, comb his beard, Savage warns assailant that he'll leave him rotting in that cell until his dying breath. 59ce067264