Picking up where last week left off, the kids all split up. Derek and Peter take Cora home and worry over her. An FBI agent shows up and asks Stiles some questions about where his dad is. Stiles is less than helpful.
Jennifer rushes to Derek’s loft and begs him to listen to her story before the kids get there. Too late: Scott and Stiles are already there and have told Derek everything.
A deputy answers a 911 call at the school. She sees a body being dragged into the locker room and follows. In the shower, she sees herself, dead. A hideous, disfigured monster attacks her from behind and kills her.
Through fractured flashbacks, we learn a little bit about the town’s backstory.
A 10-car pile-up and missing doctors make the ER insane. Scott brings his mom some dinner, and while there, Ethan brings in a dying Danny, who throws up mistletoe.
In 1977, a badly-injured man checks into a divey motel called the Glen Capri. He has just been bitten by a werewolf, and tonight is the full moon. As his eyes glow, he shoots himself in the head with a shot gun. The camera pans down - the man is named Alexander Argent.
This episode was made up of flashbacks within flashbacks, so let’s see if I can give you the scoop in a linear fashion.
Artist Andy Swist has created a cutout paper doll of Derek Hale from “Teen Wolf,” the first in a new set based on the MTV series. Find out how to make your own!
More garroted victims turn up, and Stiles discovers a pattern.