The fourth season finale of Teen Wolf aired last night and we have way too many feels to contain to our Twitter account! Check out our GIF reactions and let us know if you felt the same way.
Kira crawling around in the dark
Scott stabbing Kira
‘Okay great, do I get a gun?’
‘Where do we get carbonite?’
Kira saying she can’t learn to heal
Kira’s eyes glowing
Derek not teaching Liam the mantra until he’s turning
Liam losing control. Because he’s a baby wolf
Stiles teaching Liam a new mantra
Derek getting attacked
Parrish and Argent showing up to save Braeden
Mason running towards the Berserker
Sheriff Stilinski blowing up the Berserker
Liam telling Scott ‘you’re a werewolf’
Peter going all ‘We’ll talk about this later’
A wolf coming out and attacking Kate
Derek being the actual wolf
Derek killing the Berserker with his bare hands
Scott kicking Peter’s ass
Stiles getting handcuffed to the desk by his dad as punishment
Kira getting her first tail
Coach being Coach
Lydia telling Parrish she wants to help figure out what he is
Peter getting locked in the cell with the guy with the third eye
Having to wait for season 5
However, we can rest easy because
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