Posts tagged teen wolf
Posts tagged teen wolf
I answer this question in my new teen wolf episode review! :)
In lieu of a “real” “review”, you’re going to get an itemized list of all the things that were super-awesome about this week’s Teen Wolf. Because let’s face it: at least 50% of this episode was slow-motion shots of people snarling at each through pointy dentures. (The other 50% was Isaac Lahey’s snood.) — Teen Wolf: “Fireflies”.
i know nothing, jon snow
I love that she is like…gazing at this guy smothered in blood and cut all to hell…and then she just princess grips the fuck out of his hand and is like YEP.
Get it gurl.
I THOUGHT I WASN’T GOING TO REVIEW THIS EPISODE BUT I TRIPPED AND FELL AND NOW I AM, whatevs, it’s just gonna be a list of reasons why i love mrs burke. and pictures of isaac lahey’s scarf. WHO NEEDS ACTUAL CRITIQUE/THOUGHTS/BRAINS.
I AM STILL LAUGHING
(i think this askbox question is about the intro to Teen Wolf season 3, which features a single hand reaching up to grasp 8 hands bursting out of the earth/graves.)
yeah but at the beginning of the series he THINKS all 8 of them are dead. so like, if it’s his nightmare or whatever, it’s still all 8 family members. ALSO, cora is still kind of “beyond his grasp”, IMO?
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June 14th Tyler Hoechlin & Daniel Sharman Leave A Movie Theatre At The Grove In Hollywood [X]
AND Ian Bohen. Never forget the DILF!
is no one going to point out they’re a gradient? Fine, I will.
does tyler hoechlin live in board shorts or what
Derek reaching for his deceased family members.
I’m pretty excited that we get to see Derek’s new loft in this episode. Despite the fact that it’s ostensibly an actual apartment with furniture and running water and everything, it’s almost less realistic than when he was living in the burnt-out shell of his family home, or on the mysterious (but similarly charred) subway-car-without-a-subway. Continuing with Beacon Hills’ ability to simultaneously be a sleepy Californian town and a sprawling haven of urban menace and a dangerous supernatural forest, Derek’s loft looks like it’s located in either Gotham City or a post-apocalyptic steampunk video game. — Teen Wolf: Chaos Rising at HelloTailor.
LOLZ yes, I was trying to figure out when exactly Beacon Hills became so urban. I mean, it’s obviously not at small-town as it’s often depicted in fiction, but now it’s starting to look like an actual city and I’m wondering why it doesn’t have a municipal police department instead of a county sheriff and just things. Problems. Also I still want to know exactly how close this town is to the moon because it seems REALLY CLOSE.
Depends on the county seat and what type of government it has (where the power lies in how it is ruled, city council, mayor, city manager, etc). Most towns and cities have both police and sheriff’s department but it flip-flops on which one is the more powerful force. In my area it’s the police department in town, but most of us live in the county area so the Sheriff and DPS are the bigger and more important police force.
It could be that Beacon Hills is not just a town name but also the county name and thus they can get more play with papa Stilinski being a Sheriff instead of a city police Captain since the city cops’ jurisdictions are by precincts/city limits and Sheriff’s are the whole county.
Beacon Hills seems to be a city that’s in a valley surrounded by hilly forests. In which case it can still be pretty urban and desolate and also rural. There’s places in Colorado and New Mexico like that.
I’m in “baffled conspiracy theories about Beacon Hills” fandom.