This picture basically came to be because of the character Erica in Teen Wolf. Why, do I ask myself, did they make her a werewolf with superpowers and even let her get trained by Derek when she is not gonna fight?
Sure Derek is not exactly a competent leader or trainer but Scott wasn't trained eather and he could fight, so why not Erica? Why is she still rather a vixen and a damsel in distress?
I didn't expect her to be able to beat the Kanaima, but couldn't she at least give him a bit of a fight? I mean a library isn't exactly a place where you could easly sneak up on somebody. Seriously, is a woman who can fight and use teeth and claws so horrible to the writers that they only have her do this when the full moon is out and she is a monster?
Ps. I don't own anything, the characters belong to MTV and Teen Wolf.
Well the main problem is once again how much Scott gets shoved into the foreground, they even had Stiles say that Scott will save them. However at the end of last episode he simply goes with Deucalion since the Darach, you probably already guessed who that is, has captured his mother. He doesn't even try anything. He simply goes with him, like the stupid idiot he is. It doesn't even seem to occur to him to ask Deaton as to where the darach might have brought her.
Also the Alpha twins and Kali suddenly have "sympathetic" backstories; I rolled my eyes at the story on why these three joined the pack, especially Kali. And also these Alphas are supposed to be even stronger than normal Alphas, but lets say it this way: The Kanaima and season 1 Peter would kill them in an instead. These guys are a huge dissapointment.
the grandfather turns on his own son to become a werewolf
Deucalion waiting till after Ennis is all stitched up before he kills him
(im on episode 5 of season 3 as of righting this, so they may explain it latter)
I am at episode 10 and they never explain the stuff with Ennis. I have no idea what is going behind the scenes of this show right now. It reminds me more and more of The Vampire Diaries, except that this one has better action scenes.
There is good acting still and scenes that make sense, but Davis seems to ignore more and more what he established in previous seasons. When you come to the motel episode and see how Scott acts afterwards, no different than before, you will see what I mean.
ps. Your kanima looks amazing!
Well I personally like it that he at least lets some time pass. Seriously, all actors are in their twenties now and especially each time Scott is shirtless it is obvious (no 16 year old has shoulders like that) and so they better let time pass a bit or they end up like TVD.