Ten Episodes of Teen Wolf to Watch after the Teen Wolf Reunion

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The Teen Wolf reunion has us feeling all kinds of nostalgic. Here are the ten episodes we’ll be revisiting to return to Beacon Hills.

1. Season 1, Episode 1 “Wolf Moon”

Obviously, we have to start at the beginning: the uniquely heartfelt and hilarious pilot. When this show premiered nine years ago, we had no idea just how much it would mean to so many people.

2. Season 1, Episode 7 “Night School”

We love a good trapped together trope, even when that trope is a bunch of high schoolers trapped in their high school, being hunted by an Alpha werewolf. Full of suspense, humor and twists and turns, this episode is a Teen Wolf classic. 

3. Season One, Episode 11 “Formality”

You cannot go wrogn with a good Homecoming dance. From Melissa McCall giving her timeless love advice to that “because I love you” on the dance floor, this episode makes us feel all warm and fuzzy. 

4. Season 2, Episode 8 “Raving”

Season two is an absolute TRIP. So many huge things happen in this episode, but Stiles cheering and saying “I did something!” is a mood, honestly. 

5. Season 2, Episode 11 “Battlefield”

Oh my God. Where to begin with this one? Stiles’s drowning speech? Scott and Isaac’s epic fight in the locker room? Stiles becomming the hero of the lacrosse game!? We’re not crying, you’re crying.

6. Season 3, Episode 6 “Motel California”

We can’t talk about Teen Wolf without talking about Motel California. It’s simply not allowed. Masterful writing, editing, acting and filmmaking make this an instant classic. Scott’s breakdown is one of the most heartbreaking moments of the entire series. Brilliant performances by boht Tyler Posey and Dylan O’Brien take this episode to the next level. 

7. Season 3, Episode 18 “Riddled”

As much as seeing Stiles break down breaks our heart, we have to give props to Dylan O’Brien’s brilliant performance here. The Nogitsune’s riddles still give ys nightmares, sometimes. 

8. Season 3, Episode 24 “Divine Move”

Dare we say the most iconic scene in Teen Wolf history? Yes, we dare. Dylan O’Brien’s performance here is unmatched by anything else in the series. 

9. Season 4, Episode 7 “Weaponized”

A classic pandemic episode! This season four standout follows our heroes as they take the SAT. 

10. Season 5, Episode 18 “Maid of Gevaudan”

I remember when this episode was announced. I literally fell off my couch. There’s nothing more nostalgic than when Crystal Reed returned to Teen Wolf

Which episodes will you be watching this weekend?

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