With the reappearance of Teen Wolf for season 4, we also have the return of Wolf Watch, an after show that discusses each episode of the series after it airs.
Host Jill Wagner (Kate Argent) is joined this week by Mason Dye (Garrett), Samantha Logan (Violet), and singer Cody Simpson. Wolf Watch will break down the episode that just aired and feature guest appearances from members of the cast and crew, as well as fans, musical guests, and more.
You can watch the entire episode of Wolf Watch below:
Wagner begins the episode by introducing us to the two new characters of Garrett and Violet. They both had an interesting role in last night’s episode when we found out that they are assassins and they’re working for the Benefactor. “We have a dark past,” Logan says. “We grew up orphans.” (Remember that episode 6 is called “Orphaned.”)
This episode is all about the new kids on the show, and Tyler Posey — ever the amazing host — goes around asking the veterans to give some advice to the newbies. A pleasant surprise guest appearance came in the form of Colton Haynes. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Jackson is coming back any time soon (thanks, CW), but it was nice seeing him on set among his friends anyway.
In the clip that debuted for next week’s episode, we see Violet going after a girl in a bus who’s trying to calm herself down by repeating the same mantra the beer delivery man was using in last night’s episode: “The sun, the moon, the truth.” Does this have a greater significance?
Be sure to read our recap of Teen Wolf season 4, episode 4, “The Benefactor,” and leave your thoughts in the comments section to discuss the episode with fellow fans.
Teen Wolf season 4, episode 5, “I.E.D.,” airs next Monday, July 21, at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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