Allison is not actually Victoria’s biological daughter. Chris had her with another woman, of whom Gerard didn’t approve. Around the time Allison was three, her mother was killed, probably while they were Hunting, and that’s when Gerard arranged Chris’s marriage with Victoria, who was the daughter of a Hunter family with which they had alliances. Chris agreed, on the condition Gerard would stay out of their lives unless they had no other option. The agreement has held until now, when Kate’s transgressions and the open publicity the Argent family drew as a result, caused the Hunters to send Gerard in to clean things up.
Well, holy fucknuts, I think I’m actually going to have to savior the Erica Reyes tag, because all the back and forth in-fighting is just pissing me off. Both sides of the debate have valid points, but it’s just become hateful; I despise when arguments become either/or.
omg are you kidding me. spoil me. can you expand on the fact that we'd be as lucky as to watch the sexy mofo that is Danny dancing in a club?
Ah ha ha! It has been confirmed by multiple sources (Tyler Posey for one - I apologize in my laziness for not bringing you links) that Stiles and Scott will go with Danny to a gay club and that Derek will be there as well. I don’t know anything beyond that, or if other pack members will show (I think, based on previews, that they will), but there have also been hints from Keahu that Danny’s character will be ‘pushing the envelope’ this season, so I’m hoping, hoping, hoping we will see him actually getting some action from someone.
Of course, now that I have a five page paper due in the morning (which, btw, I have JUST started), I get inspiration to write dirty Sterek. Goddamn my muse. She’ll have to wait this one time. Yes, even the part that’s also telling me to write Kelson baby!fic.
*facepalm* I'm so stupid, sorry. I seriously thought something was going on, because this lady I follow was talking about how the spn fandom is being mean about a lot of spn lovers watching tw now. I'm so sorry for bothering you with this. a;sldjl So embarrassed. omg, really? My parents think I'm insane for loving this show so much, like it's weird that I do or something.
Oh, pssh on people like that. Teen Wolf is like Supernatural, Jr., so it’s only natural we Supernatural viewers would be drawn to it. For attitudes like that, I say:
So, I’m pretty sure I’m officially a terrible person (okay, not REALLY). But one of the blogs I follow had reblogged some giveaway, and the picture consisted of this whole mess of haircare/beauty products, and then like a pink trashcan thing, and I was *this close* to reblogging it, erasing all the text underneath, and captioning it with:
DOUCHEPACK INITIATION KIT, DEREK HALE EDITION
I refrained. Barely. Because that would have been rude.
Is the teen wolf fandom being bashed on? I'm seeing all these posts on tumblr, and I was wondering if you knew anything. I'm sorry for bothering you if you don't. btw, I love your thoughts, and text posts. They're the best.
First, thank you! My thoughts are so random and ramble-y, I’m glad someone enjoys them!
I haven’t seen any hate? But I tend to keep to the happy side of fandom, so maybe I’m just not following the right people. If you could link me some posts, I’d be glad to go all Team Jawsome and check it out;)
Am I the only person who saw the EXTREME parallels between last night’s episode of Teen Wolf, 2 x 04, “Abomination” and “Magic Bullet” (also, coincidentally, episode 4 of season 1). And felt that “Abomination” was specifically set up to show exactly how far Derek and Stiles have come in trusting each other? I’m not even talking in a ship sense here, but in a BROTP sense. We have dinner with the Argents, we have the phone calls going awry between Stiles and Scott, we have Derek becoming mortally wounded and Stiles having to save him and then keep him alive for unaccounted for hours until Scott shows to make the last minute save.
But it’s not just a do over, not just a recycling and repeating of a prior plot. Because there are important differences. In “Magic Bullet”, Stiles is never really in danger. He could walk away from Derek, sure, but neither is it costing him anything to stay and help save him, other than inconvenience, and while there’s never any real doubt Stiles will help Derek, he complains continuously, threatens to push him out of the car and leave him to die.
In “Abomination”, Stiles’ life is in just as much danger as Derek’s. In fact, Derek is initially injured trying to protect Stiles. In this case, Stiles has plenty to gain, and not much to lose, by abandoning Derek to his fate. But he doesn’t. And not only doesn’t he leave him, he doesn’t even remotely pretend it’s a consideration. There is no real hesitation AT ALL. Stiles CHOOSES to risk his life for Derek. In fact, in the last few minutes before Scott shows, he has essentially chosen to die with him, rather than abandon him. The look on his face when Derek claims Stiles is only helping him to help himself is, frankly, heartbreaking. And Derek figures it out, too, when Stiles, yes, drops him to go for the phone, but, instead of continuously trying to dial Scott - saving his own life - abandons the phone and uses his last bit of strength to keep Derek alive.
This is a far, far cry from the duo we saw in “Magic Bullet”. Their entire relationship has morphed, and it is starkly demonstrated to Derek again, as it was in 1 x 09, that Stiles isn’t your average kid. He risks for those he cares about; hell, he risks for those who repeatedly threaten him. They obviously have a lot of obstacles to overcome, but this episode, not only for what it actually contained, but for its blatant parallels and contrasts to “Magic Bullet”, shows the potential this friendship has to achieve great things. And I think it was very, very deliberate on Jeff Davis’ part. The man is brilliant.
Therefore, I declare that in all future seasons, episode four must be sterek-centric. SO THERE ;-P