Episode #161 - A Bit of Claw and Fang
- If anyone lives in Sydney, Australia and wants a cat, please contact Natalie on Twitter.
- Hopefully Karen's cat doesn't start a war with the leopard gecko.
- What kind of lizard would look like the kanima?
- But we're not here to talk about lizards. We're here to talk about wolf teens!
- When those kids climb up to the top of that building to check out the fireline, we get some background on Blake and her parents.
- Why are we so bad at faces?? We can't tell who all was up the tower.
- It's so interesting that Phoebe and Blake used to be friends considering they're from very different backgrounds.
- How important is this group? Is one of them the arsonist?
- That scene in the back of the cop car was actually super stressful.
- Kristin is always assessing, which makes us nervous---but she's also the nicest law enforcement officer they've come up against.
- Natalie is very suspicious of Luna and her connection to all these horses.
- Was that all in Luna's head, or did it actually happen?
- Harlan's power is SO useful, and it definitely seems like the best one so far.
- Why were the police shoving Harlan around so much?
- Phoebe has no problem telling Blake that she named her as the arsonist, and we're really not shocked by how mean teenagers are.
- Will this put a target on Blake's back?
- The bigger question is whether Phoebe is the arsonist or if she's going to die.
- Considering there aren't a lot of questions answered in each episode, it's quite a risk to put this out in an episodic release.
- Why was Luna's heart racing, and could it have been because she's the one that bit them??
- Will Harlan and Everett ever bond and actually become friends?
- We definitely thought the interrogation scene was some sort of psychic connection, but it turns out they were actually sharing Harlan's power.
- Luna is desperate to have a pack, and we find that very suspicious.
- If Luna bit these kids, Harlan is gonna be PISSED.
- That scene with Kristin and Everett where she talks about anxiety being a threat response was stellar on every level.
- Once again we love how good Kristin is as her job, and how empathetic of a character she is.
- But Officer Miller seems like the kind of guy who just wants to throw his weight around whenever possible.
- Thank goodness Garrett comes in when he does!! And thanks to Kristin, Miller doesn't get off the hook, either.
- Is Officer Jang a good cop? Is his hardass attitude just an act?
- Who slashed Phoebe's tires, and why?
- Everett is SO excited to be able to talk to an adult about all of this.
- Once again, we're wondering why Harlan is so obsessed with the idea that the werewolf is his real father.
- Harlan made it seem like turning into a werewolf was a ridiculous idea.
- But Garrett is taking all of this seriously, especially now that the kids have a pack.
- Is there a sexual element to being a werewolf? Because everyone is so horny.
- We once again wonder what the purpose of the phone calls is, and who's on the other end.
- Garrett is very matter of fact with the kids and treats them like adults, and we kind of love it.
- Can he just adopt Blake and Everett?
- Luna definitely got the short end of the stick with her superpower being...smell.
- Despite all his bluster, Harlan looks very lost when Miller shows up.
- "You said werewolf."
- The humor is so natural in this show, and even though it's few and far between, it always comes at the perfect time.
- Who's having the sexy daydreams? Is it both of them?
- Why is Miller so big on the assault?
- Luna gets another horse moment out in the barn, and we can't work out if it's a warning for or against her.
- Does the werewolf have a phone in his furry little werewolf pants?
- We wonder who the werewolf considers a friend and who it considers an enemy.
- Do we actually want Luna to be the bad guy?
- Karen has some theories about Kristin possibly being the real enemy in this show.
- Do you think Garrett should've admitted to making silver bullets in case he had to kill his own kids?
- Is this what tears Luna and Garrett apart?
- Looking ahead to episode 4, we try to figure out what might happen next week.
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