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Teen Wolf Season 2 – Episode 7

Episode  7 – Restraint


Episode seven really should have been called “Let’s discover some stuff about the Kanima.”

The best part of episode seven was Stiles one liners.  Other than that it was a bit of a let down.

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Things I loved about this episode…

  • Some cool special effects with the Jackson.

Things that I didn’t like about this episode…

  • It felt like filler.  The episode didn’t really resolve much, it just moved the overall plot forward.  Which is fine, but at the same time, there has to be some smaller story segment that feels “completed”.  That didn’t happen.

Teen Wolf Season 2 – Episode 6

Episode  6 – Frenemy


Episode six starts with an awesomely creepy scene of Jackson turning into the Kanima.

It then progresses directly into a full on werewolf versus lizard showdown that ends when Scott saves the old man from the very same lizard. Or did he? I think the old man is actually the guy who put his hand to the car when Jackson was the Kanima.

Okay, overall there were some good action scenes and Stiles keeps the laughs coming.  But I’m going to give it a 3 out of 5 because I feel like they are really struggling for a story line (at least for me) that really keeps me interested. The whole Kanima Argent intrigue isn’t doing it for me.

Things I loved about this episode…


  • Crystal Reed is a hotty.
  •  Stiles has the best lines and his delivery is always spot on.
  • Stiles dad telling him he’s not gay, not dressed like that when he finds him at the crime scene at the gay club.
  • It was quite touching when Scott was talking about doing his best to save Jackson, and Jackson had a tear run down his cheek.
  • Stiles and Scott walking into the police station after Jackson escapes.  It was perfect to find Jackson already there with his dad.

Things that I didn’t like about this episode…

  • There is a giant lizard dropping dudes on the dance floor, and no one notices until there are like six or seven bodies lying there.
  • I feel like the whole Kanima thing is getting old.  I want Teen Wolf drama.  not lizard drama.
  • Creepy grandpa taking Allison’s pulse.  There is just something about an older family touching her like that.
  • How much did Pandora pay to be in Teen Wolf?

Best Quote of Episode 6:

Scott – “This place is full of guys. I think its a gay bar.”

Stiles – “Nothing get’s by those werewolf senses.”


Dead in the Family (Sookie Stackhouse, #10)

Dead in the Family (Sookie Stackhouse, #10)Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I know a lot of people didn’t like this one so much. They felt like it was a bit short (true) and that the tension between Sookie and Eric had run its course (also true).

Even given those two facts, I really liked the book once we got through the opening scenes where Sookie is recovering from being tortured in the last books. The mental and physical aspects of her recovery was actually “realistic” and a bit sad. Which sucked. I read read these books for the light hearted fun.

So once that was over and it turned more into an action thriller, I thought it was quite good.

Finding out more about Eric’s maker was interesting, and the ending was exciting.

The one —Spoiler Alert— thing I thought was a little strange was that the father of Claudines baby was hanging about. I don’t think a cold and viscious fairy would be so circumspect about getting to Sookie if he was pissed. I think he would have just cut her down and moved on.

Teen Wolf Season 2 – Episode 5

Episode  5 –  Venomous


The episode starts out with Jackson trying to lift too much weight and then being captured by the wolf pack so they can test him to see if he is the lizard monster.

Meanwhile, Lydia is still having bad trips. She needs to cut back on the LSD. So the big question is what is Lydia and is she the monster?

Unfortunately this episode was the first that didn’t reall knock my socks off. The whole “Who is the Monster?” crap isn’t quite appealing to me.

And who is in the car? Could it be Allison’s grandfather.

Things I loved about this episode…

  • Derek testing Jackson to see if he is the lizard monster by dosing him with venom.
  • Lydia writing “Someone Help Me” backwards on the board over and over.
  • Stiles threatening to kill the werewolf if he hurts Lydia.
  • Stiles accidentally shooting the crossbow at Scott.

Things that I didn’t like about this episode…

  • Derek in his Chevy. Get a real car, like a Mustang.
  • Jackson kissing Lydia. Stiles really likes her.
  • The orange shorts Allison is wearing. They really aren’t that attractive.

Best Quote of Episode 5:

Allison – “I thought you were psychic bitch.”


Dead and Gone (Sookie Stackhouse, #9)

Dead and Gone (Sookie Stackhouse, #9)Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I think I may have read this on a plane years ago. I think it was on a trip between the US, Germany, and then India. Needless to say I was tired and not thinking right the first time I read the novel.

Which is why I gave it such a high mark the first time I read it.

It didn’t hold up. There were too many moving pieces that didn’t quite mesh together. Even at the end when Charlaine Harris tried to tie up all the loose knots, it just doesn’t quite feel right.

Which really sucked. I feel like I’ve invested so much in the series that I want more from them.

Teen Wolf Season 2 – Episode 4

Episode  4 – Abomination


At the end of episode 3 Scott had his butt kicked by Derek and we find out the Veterinarian knows more than he’s been admitting.  Episode 4 starts off pretty much were the last one left off, with the Vet revealing that he knows a lot more about the “other” world than he’s been letting on.

Things I loved about this episode…

  • The new monster.  What is the lizard thingy? And what is its purpose.

  • Crazy grandpa Argent having a Howard Dean yelling moment at Allison.
  • Is Jackson or Lydia the lizard monster? Jackson has super strength after the last episode, and Lydia is punching mirrors.
  • Stiles is the best, he had some awesome lines in episode 4. I was actually laughing out loud.
  • Creepy photographer dude taking pictures of Allison.
  • The lacrosse/combat bones breaking game.
  • The fairly low rent costume of the lizard creature.
  • Grandpa Argent sticking a knife in Scott and threatening to kill his mom. It was very creepy but it was pretty well played as well. And I think he is eventually going to want Scott to turn him because he is sick.

Things that I didn’t like about this episode…

  • Poor Scott waiting out on the hill getting stood up. Even if it wasn’t Allison’s fault.
  • Come on Scott, you are allowed upstairs with Allison and you don’t even try to cop a feel.

Best Quotes of Episode 4:

Quote 1:

Stiles – “You and Allison have to find a better way to communicate!”

This is after Stiles is telling Scott a lot of sweet nothings.

Quote 2:

Stiles – “I mean bestiary, and I don’t want to know what’s going on in your heads.”

From Dead to Worse (Sookie Stackhouse, #8)

From From Dead to Worse (Sookie Stackhouse, #8)Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Wow, how the bloom is off the rose.

The eigth book in the series seems very rushed. It is really four smaller tales loosely bundled together and pushed out the door. The writing is the usual high quality, but the storyline doesn’t seem to have much depth with this one. And then it ends kind of abruptly.

When I read the paperback years ago I guess maybe I wasn’t so shocked as I flipped the pages and realized the book was winding down, but reading it on the kindle left me just hanging. I read the last paragraph and tried to turn to the next page.

Doh…there was nothing left.

I’m hoping the next one has more story and meat on the bones.