Things take a turn for the creepy on 'Teen Wolf' when the cross-country team gets stranded and stays at the Glen Capri Motel for a night. Do all of the werewolves make it out alive? Find out here! The Teen Wolf gang has the night from hell when the cross-country team gets stranded and they stay at the Glen Capri Motel.
The creepy motel, which just so happens to lead the state in guest suicides, has all of the werewolves hallucinating and some crazy things going down.
Check out our reaction to what happened on Teen Wolf!
Whispers in the Night: Lydia hears the whispers of guests who've committed suicides at the motel. And if that isn't creepy enough, she then sees a count on the wall of an office that says '201'--a count of the suicides that happened there. Since she had already seen the count of '198' in another room--this could be a sign that three new deaths are going to happen.
The Hallucinations: Scott thinks he sees Deucalion slicing his mom's throat outside of the hotel, Isaac thinks he's in the freezer in his dad's basement, Boyd imagines that his sister is dead in an ice machine, and Ethan sees some kind of creature trying to get out of his stomach. Luckily for Ethan, Lydia, Allison and Stiles stop him from sawing that creature out of his chest. And then they save the rest of the werewolves when Lydia discovers that heat snaps them out of their suicidal/delusional trance.
Secret Revelations: After the trio saves his life, Ethan tells Scott that Derek might be alive, but if he is, the Alphas will be coming for him. Meanwhile, Derek, who definitely is alive and kicking, is on the mend and getting nursed back to health by English teacher Jennifer. They start to make out, and the gashes on his body simply disappear. This brings a whole new meaning to sexual healing.
A Familiar Face: The episode starts with Alexander Argent committing suicide in 1977 in the motel after he is bitten by an Alpha. To try to find out which Alpha did the biting, Allison's dad goes to visit her grandfather Gerard Argent. Looks like he's not dead after all.
Don't miss the next episode of Teen Wolf Monday at 10 p.m. on MTV.