“DeVoid” opens in the same way that many Teen Wolf episodes have done lately: with Stilinski family feelings. Papa Stilinski (Linden Ashby) pleads with nogitsune!Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) in Derek’s loft, telling him that if there is even a tiny bit of Stiles left in him, then he will turn himself in. It’s super sad. Stilinski cuffs him, but nogitsune!Stiles smirks and breaks through them easily.
“The Fox and the Wolf” gave Teen Wolf fans viewers something they’ve been starved for: an explanation for all this nogitsune business. However, the writers may have overdone it with this infodump of a flashback episode. While we learned some very key information, such as the origin of the nogitsune and how it ties into the Nemeton, the episode definitely could have used some tighter storytelling. Read on for our full recap — and our ideas for all the information we would have liked to have been given if not for these lengthy flashbacks!
Creepy hallways, girl-on-girl fighting, black-and-white flashbacks, gas fluid with fire, and a seriously possessed Stiles. Oh, and did we mention someone gets shot? Keep clicking to watch the brand new trailer for Teen Wolf (just beware of nightmares)!
The Feb. 24 episode of Teen Wolf — “Echo House” — finds us at Eichen House, a psychiatric hospital that Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) has decided to check himself into in order to try and keep everybody safe. I don’t think we need to tell you that this plan will prove to be wildly unsuccessful. However, Stiles does lose his v-card there! Possibly. It’s so hard to tell when Dylan O’Brien insists on keeping his shirt on at all times. For these brilliant insights and more, see below for our recap of “Echo House!”
Teen Wolf has been pretty hectic in recent weeks, what with the parade of Oni spirits marching through Beacon Hills, the big werewolf baby-daddy revelation, and the constant looming threat of imminent death. So when HollywoodLife.com caught up with the stars of MTV’s hit series in NYC, we naturally pressed on the most important issue plaguing season 3B: ‘Sterek!’
A bomb was planted somewhere in Beacon Hills on the Feb. 17 episode of Teen Wolf — an actual bomb, not a drama bomb, by the way — and Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) literally found himself in a race against time to save the day. Of course, the evening took a bit of a turn when we discovered that Stiles wasn’t trying to save anyone; his inner fox was merely creating chaos in order to feed! Ugh… teenagers can eat anything, can’t they?
We’ve already seen Stiles (Dylan O’Brien) lose his mind this season, but on the Feb. 10 episode of Teen Wolf, Beacon Hills’ most adorable dyslexic went the extra mile by losing himself, entirely. At least he made a new friend in the process — even if that “friend” was a horribly disfigured, riddle-spouting mental patient who only existed in Stiles’ twisted mind.