There's also the restraining order; let's not forget that. That's right, Jackson takes his issues with Scott to the legal system, rather than simply fighting it out monster-a-monster. Though, to be fair, they do that too, in a really brutal fight in the locker room when Scott walks in and sees Jackson semi-molesting Allison (who was sent to look for Jackson in the first place).Watch Teen Wolf Season 2 Episode 8 Online, Teen Wolf 2x8 Free, Watch Teen Wolf S02E2 Online Full Episode, Watch Teen Wolf Season 2 Episode 8 Online Free From Teen Wolf Season 2 Episode 8, Watch Teen Wolf Season 2 Episode 8 Online, Teen Wolf 2x8 Free, Watch Teen Wolf S02E2 Online Full Episode,


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Can you believe what Jackson sees, for that matter? As the conflict between Jackson and the kanima within him increases, he's becoming more and more unhinged. He's hallucinating commands in book titles, he's having fugues and waking up covered in blood from the events of the cold opening trailer kill... Jackson's not exactly having a smooth transition into his new status as a shape shifter, and whoever is pulling his strings is a dangerous person with a specific mission in mind. We don't know who that is yet, but he's not afraid to get his hands dirty (or she, I guess).

I really enjoy the cinematic touches that Russell Mulcahy brings to Teen Wolf. He makes some great choices in this week's episode. I like the nods to The Breakfast Club - the Teen Wolf gang gets detention in the library and told not to leave their seats, yet they leave their seats almost immediately - and more importantly I like the way he handled the scarier content in tonight's episode. The scene in which Jackson goes lizard and starts wrecking the library, only to get pulled into an automatic writing episode was simply hair-raising.

Credit goes to Colton Haynes for his great physical work in that particular scene, and bonus points must be given for the megalomaniacal way he delivered his threats to Allison in the scene in the boy's locker room. It's not terribly menacing, but it is interesting—ditto Eaddy Mays as Victoria Argent, Allison's mother, who has become one of the show's treats. Her decidedly not subtle threats toward Scott when she learns from Melissa McCall that their children may or may not be having sex was very funny in a very intentionally campy way. It was another solid episode from the writing team of Nick Antosca and Ned Vizzini, who have turned in quality work all season.