“Teen Wolf” has us howling in anticipation of the Season 3 finale of the hit MTV series — especially after a leaked promo hinted the death of a main character. While everyone has been crossing their fingers, hoping Stiles’ life isn’t the one in jeopardy, we’ve been using our digits to search the Web for clues. And here’s what we found out about the final episode of Season 3, “The Divine Move.”
According to an official synopsis of episode 24, “Teen Wolf” fans should expect “Scott and Derek to call upon their friends and allies to make a last stand.” Obviously, "the stand" they’re referring to is the one against the nogitsune — an evil spirit who just happens to be creating havoc while underneath the skin of Stiles.
Last we saw Stiles, he was standing in the line of fire of Argent’s gun. The promo for episode 22, “De-Void,” made our hands sweat as we watched Officer Stilinski persuade Argent to lower his weapon.
“You’re not going to shoot my son,” Stiles’ father warned.
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“That’s not your son,” Argent replied.
That’s when the nogitsune started causing more strife than ever. Playing with Stiles’ father’s mind, the spirit started pleading to his “dad,” “He’s going to shoot me. He’s going to kill me, dad!”
While the synopsis for episode 23, “Insatiable” remains unknown, we can predict that the drama during the season finale of “Teen Wolf” will be at an all-time high.
What exactly does the “Divine Move” mean? Executive Producer Jeff Davis decided to give an in depth analysis of the chosen episode name to E! Online.
“People in the know will understand that it refers to a move in the game of Go, which is the Japanese version of Chess, basically,” he explained. “Go is a very Asian game. It’s Chinese, Korean and Japanese. It’s a very difficult game to learn and compete in.”
The first thing that comes to our minds is the scene from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” when Ron and Harry play a game of real-life Wizard’s Chess. Could the characters of “Teen Wolf” be participating in their own version of real-life chess?
What do you think will happen when the season finale of “Teen Wolf” airs March 24? Let us know your predictions in the comments section below and don’t forget to tune into episode 22, “De-Void,” Monday night.