Charleston is prepping for skitter retaliation with around-the-clock guards posted around the perimeter. Shots ring out, but these are not alien blasters; these are shots from human guns.
The governor starts a war against the vampires as the characters pick up the pieces from last season's explosive finale.
Will has been bonding with Georgia while they are both in the hospital. When Georgia is released from the oxygen tube, she will get shock treatment. Her memories of her “killing spree” are hazy.
Scott and Stiles head to a party. The hostess, Heather, is a childhood friend of Stiles’ and she lures him there with an ulterior motive: she wants Stiles to take her virginity.
Seven months have passed since season two, and Charleston has turned into a real community. Tom is “president,” though he still leads missions and insists no one call him Mr. President. Hal is paralyzed from the waist down, presumably from Karen’s kiss at the end of last season.
Gideon escapes and taunts the Chesapeake Ripper. The Ripper doesn't give in. Meanwhile, Will's hallucinations are becoming more severe.
We open with a mystery girl saving Isaac from those new alphas that moved in on Beacon Hills last season. After giving him a jump start with a car battery or something, she throws him onto her motorcycle and speeds off.
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In this chilling episode, Will sinks even further into his madness while hunting a killer with Cotard Syndrome.
Abigail has decided to let Freddie tell her story. Neither Hannibal nor Will think this is a good idea - especially since it is Freddie who would be writing it.