Plus, Sinqua teases ‘trouble’ within the pack! Is a betrayal on the horizon?
After two weeks of mouth-foaming insanity, Boyd is finally back to normal on the June 24 episode of Teen Wolf. So what can we expect from the largest member of Derek’s (Tyler Hoechlin) wolf pack, now that he’s conscious? Sinqua Walls gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on his character’s future, the fate of poor Erica (Gage Golightly) and, of course, the imminent Scott-Allison-Isaac love triangle.
Read On For My Interview With Sinqua Walls
I’m a little confused. Is Erica dead? She seems dead, but MTV recently tweeted a picture of her on set.
She’s not here right now. … I don’t know! It’s Teen Wolf. Everyone may die for a time, then come back at a later time. You just go into Wolf Purgatory for a few days, and then you come back when we need you again.
Well, whether Erica’s dead or not, Gage isn’t around. Do you miss working with her?
Absolutely. I think Gage is a joy to work with. She’s one of the sweetest, loveliest actresses I’ve ever gotten to work with. She’s so full of life, and we would shoot late hours, so I loved it because she would keep me awake. Such a down-to-earth, chill person.
What will we learn about Boyd now that he’s back to normal?
I think you’re going to learn a lot about his backstory. You’ll learn his family structure, just like you learned his first name [Vernon.] You’ll learn why he was so quiet and closed off in season one, afraid to interact with people. You’ll also learn why he was so adamant to join Derek’s pack.
And what do you think of all the new Alphas on the show? Lots of fresh meat!
They’re trouble. I see them on set every day, and I just walk up to them and say, ‘You’re trouble.’ [Laughs.] They add a good element to the show. Every season, you want to have something everybody has to overcome. Last season we had the Kanima, and this season, we’re raising the stakes even more. You’ll learn a lot about the Alphas in the coming weeks: Are they all really on the same team? Do they want the same thing, or do they all have individual goals?
And what about the Scott-Allison-Isaac love triangle they’re teasing? Do you have any thoughts?
I think it’s good, but I’m curious about why Isaac is so adamant about building that relationship. There’s obviously still animosity left over. I love that Scott’s so trusting, but at the end of the day, you have to ask why Isaac wants to become his friend. Maybe there’s an agenda behind it all. When I read the scripts, that’s what I was thinking about. [Executive producer] Jeff Davis does not tell me anything.
HollywoodLifers, any new theories about what’s to come in Beacon Hills? Drop a comment with your thoughts!
— Andy Swift