Identifying the human behind the Kanima was just the first of many “Teen Wolf” mysteries Beacon Hills’ peacekeepers Scott, Allison and Stiles set out to solve this season, and though they finally cracked the case and learned it was Jackson, on Monday’s episode the trio discovered something even more mind-bending: The Kanima wasn’t looking for a friend like they were originally told; rather, he was in search of a “master.” The question remained…who was it?
“The Kanima didn’t attack grandpa Argent because there is some kind of weird connection between the two. The Kanima probably picked up that Gerard has something supernatural in him, that the pills are masking and the other shape-shifters can’t pick up. But I having a feeling that Chris and Allison will find out about Gerard’s secret. I can’t wait to find out what it is.” — Michelle
“I think originally the Jackson-Kanima was following its natural instinct to go after murderers (thus the hunter, Isaac’s dad [that guy could have killed his wife for all we know], and the lacrosse player). I’m also pretty sure Derek has NOT murdered anyone (thus both he and Stiles are alive). However, I suspect Gerard is developing contact with the Kanima, as spoilers from the next episode suggest, the Kanima and Jackson will be largely under his control, either in random spurts, or all the time.” — Jasper
“There are quite a few clues for the ‘master’ and each one seems to fit a different character: The gloves/ Gerard, the bumper sticker/ the chem teacher, the camera/ Matt, and the strange kid hanging around Lydia (he seems to be there for no particular reason). Here’s what nags in my mind: Did the guidance lady mistranslate the word as friend or did she say friend on purpose? She could easily have that type of quote on her bumper sticker and I’m sure more than one person in Beacon Hills wears that kind of glove.” — JELJr
“I think it is one of two characters, maybe three. Maybe the original Alpha isn’t really dead, and since he was so revenge-crazed before and Derick thought he was completely catatonic in the first place, it could be him. Or Allison’s grandfather! The man just lost his daughter to the Alpha, and the man has no remorse for anything. Plus, the Kanima just sat there looking at him after Mr. Argent went down. Finally, it could be Jackson’s parents. Think about it. He has never met them and has wanted nothing but to over-achieve.” — Basil
“It’s not the grandfather. He just knows what the Kanima is and knows that it wasn’t after him. If Scott just stood there the Kanima wouldn’t have attacked him either. I think it’s someone who hasn’t been introduced yet.” — Melody
“The teacher, because earlier in the episode he quoted Einstein and on the car that Jackson put his hand up to, it had an Einstein bumper sticker. So yeah, it’s the teacher.” — Randi
+ What do you think about all of these possibilities? Let’s keep the convo going!
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