just imagine scott and isaac getting hot and heavy and isaac gets scott all worked up and then just stops and scott’s like YO WTF and isaac’s like
it looks like you need some help with that
maybe you should call in some real help
then he puts on his scarf and walks out
stiles broke the mountain ash line to save scott
allison literally did the same thing
neither of them had time to think “wait, no, maybe i shouldn’t release this killer into the wild.” they wanted to save scott.
so please stop talking before i pull my fucking hair out
[HESITANTLY THINKS ABOUT SENDING YOU A FRIENDLY ASK AND THEN CHANGES MIND]
[KICKS IN THE DOOR TO YOUR HOUSE AND FRONT ROLLS INTO YOUR BEDROOM]
I HEARD YOU WERE TALKING SHIT ABOUT MS.BLAKE
[walks out on stage holding guitar]
[takes seat on stool and clears throat nervously]
[start sweating while looking around the crowd]
[swallows and holds microphone, knocking a rhythm onto the guitar]
can someone please fucking tell sheriff stilinski what the fuck is going on
You know the thing that hurts me the most about Derek telling Scott to “go home” again and again? It’s the home part.
Derek keeps telling him to run back to the one place that Scott can be safe, that he can be a kid. The one place where all this crazy werewolf shit won’t be able to touch him, even if only for a little while. Because Derek’s already in too deep. He’s already lost too much and he doesn’t have a choice in this, not anymore. But Scott does. There’s still a chance for Scott to make it out of this relatively unscathed.
And I could fill a novella with the ways that Derek has failed and the ways that he has made this a mess on his own, but I think there’s a part of him that looks at Scott and sees himself at that age. Before everything fell apart. And Derek wasn’t able to protect himself or his family, but maybe he can do something for Scott. He might rarely do it the right way, or even the safe way, but I think he tries.
Go home, Scott.
Go to the one place that Derek doesn’t have anymore.
but wait, what if the murders actually don’t have anything to do with virginity, and the fact that all the victims thus far were virgins is a total coincidence that stiles only latched onto because he spends so much time thinking about his own virginity that it’s his theory for everything? like, what if this isn’t even the first time. what if he’s spent all summer being like “A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT, HUH, DAD? ARE YOU SURE? WERE THEY VIRGINS?” while the sheriff made concerned faces and tried to figure out how to ask melissa if scott ever suggested that the reason the pizza place got their order wrong was VIRGINITY GONE AWRY. what if poor scott, who only wants to be the best person he can be and not let anybody get killed, is still dealing with this in six months? “no, stiles, we solved those murders. they weren’t even about sex at all, remember? could you please — please stop asking people whether or not their cherries have been popped, bro. it’s super weird. nobody likes it at all.”