On their way to a meet, the "Teen Wolf" gang wound up at a motel that held the record for the most suicides in California -- a record they oddly touted with a number tally in the main office. As the night progressed, the werewolves among the group started having bizarre visions and hearing things that channeled their deepest pains.
Somehow, Lydia found herself also able to hear voices within the hotel, though her experiences seemed to be both an echo of suicides past and a foretelling of suicides to come. As always, Stiles was by her side with not-quite-the-right thing to say.
“Look, I didn’t mean that you’re trying to kill people, OK?" he said. I just meant that maybe, maybe you’re somehow involved in getting people to kill themselves. You know?”
The pair utilized her involvement, and some ingenuity, to save the lives of several of the werewolves, including Scott. He was ready to light himself on fire until Stiles stepped into the pool of gasoline with him and brought him back to reality.
Buddy TV is glad that we're starting to get some idea about Lydia's gift -- maybe her being continuously freaked out serves a purpose! But, as Hollywood Life pointed out, we still have no idea what she's all about, though Stiles' "somehow involved in getting people to kill themselves" is at least a start.
The mystery continues to unravel ever so slowly on "Teen Wolf" every Monday at 10 p.m. ET on MTV.
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