Episode 4+Episode 5
Well, the show is certainly making this easy on me. Getting an eight-hundred word review out of two whole episodes, aired back to back, should be ridiculously easy, even given Teen Wolf's tendency to be heavy on ominous hand-waving and light on anything of actual substance.
In the aftermath of the death of two young werewolves, Scott meets with Gerard and Tamora, hoping to come to a peace agreement -- only for it to become clear that Tamora is uninterested in peace, and for the meeting to go sharply sideways when the faceless fear creature appears in the tunnels, driving Tamora's hunters mad with panic. Meanwhile, Liam is cornered by the now radicalised lacrosse team, who publicly beat him in an effort to make him shift. Afterwards, two werewolves, accused of the murder of several of Tamora's hunters, take shelter in the Sheriff's station, only for it to be swiftly blockaded by Tamora and her hunters. As the clock ticks down to Tamora storming the station and a traitor amidst the sheriff's deputies causes trouble, the fear creature appears, driving two deputies to take their own lives. Elsewhere, Deaton, Cody, and Mason discover the identity of the fear creature: An Anukite, a double-faced shapeshifter that drives people mad with horror.
So, my views on these episodes are largely positive, but we're going to have to address the elephant in the room: Having several heroic white law enforcement officials being threatened by a villainous, gun-toting black woman.