This opening is super effective.
I love Scott's and Stiles' clothes. The fact that they match makes it sweeter.
Oh my God. I was completely faked out. :D :D :D (Just want to point out that Stiles dreams about Scott, and he and Scott in matching shirts, la la la la la la.)
Scott actually throwing Isaac makes basically no sense to me. I am going to dismiss it as Alpha shenanigans.
I love Melissa.
Aww, Kira's dad continuing the Teen Wolf parent tradition of being a bit of a dick :D
I am starting to ship Allison/Lydia harder.
I REALLY HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THIS BEING USED AS HUMOUR. Isaac used to get habitually beaten up by his Dad. Throwing him into a wall isn't cool. I don't believe Scott would do it, sorry, but I don't.
SO THEN THEY DO BRING ISAAC'S DAD UP? AND ... i JUST...
(Meanwhile, I like Isaac and Stiles together. I want them to have more interaction.)
It's SCOTT who knows the solution to the riddle.
I love that Stiles is starting to decode Deaton's expressions.
I'm enjoying all of these Scott & Stiles scenes.
I am appreciating the little moments of humour, too. (Though not the one where Isaac gets flung through the air.)
Stiles definitely looks taller than Scott in this scene. No, I don't know why this is important to me either.
I LOVE YOU, SCOTT. You tell Douchebag McCall where to go.
I KIND OF LOVE THIS BIT. UM.
Dylan is such a master of physical comedy, oh my gosh. That was so well stumbled.
Poor Derek. :(
Overall: I liked it! I think the parents won the episode for me, with Melissa being amazing and the Sheriff being sympathetic. I think it did a pretty good job of balancing exposition with action. I especially liked that Scott and Stiles and Lydia and Allison spent so much time together. I didn't like the Scott and Isaac interaction much at all.