Season 5, Episode 2
|Airdate||June 30th, 2015|
|Producer||Jeff Davis; Russell Mulcahy; Marty Adelstein; Rene Echevarria; Tony DiSanto; Liz Gateley; Tim Andrew; Blaine Williams; Eric Wallace; Ian Stokes; Karen Gorodetzky; Joseph P. Genier|
|Starring||Tyler Posey; Dylan O'Brien; Holland Roden; Shelley Hennig; Arden Cho; Dylan Sprayberry|
|Previous||"Creatures of the Night"|
"Parasomnia" is the second episode of season five of the supernatural teen drama series Teen Wolf and the sixty-fourth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Tim Andrew with a script written by Jeff Davis. It first aired on MTV on Tuesday, June 30th at 9:00 pm.
Tracy Stewart suffers from night terrors and consults with Beacon Hills High School teacher Natalie Martin. Natalie's daughter, Lydia, takes Tracy's concerns to heart and has Deputy Parrish come to her house where he finds a flock of bloody dead crows on the roof outside the skylight to her room.
Stiles Stilinsky grows increasingly distrustful of Theo Raeken. Scott wants him to give Theo the benefit of the doubt, but Stiles becomes obsessive with finding out what made Theo return to Beacon Hills. He finds evidence in the form of two pieces of paper bearing his father's signature; signatures, which do not match.
Scott enrolls in a biology class that he believes will help him get into college on his way to becoming a veterinarian. He doesn't think he has what it takes though and confides in Kira about his concerns.
Liam shadows Stiles on his quest to find out what Theo is actually up to. He falls into a hole. He then expresses his anxiety over keeping his werewolf identity from his best bud, Mason. Stiles tells him that he should just tell Mason the truth.
Theo later takes the form of a black wolf and chases Liam and Mason back into the high school. Liam decides to stand his ground and wolf's out in front of Mason, forcing the black wolf to leave. Mason now knows the truth about his friend.
Meanwhile, the Dread Doctors continue to torment Tracy's waking dreams. They accost her and perform an experiment, transforming her into a monster.
Principal Cast Edit
|Tyler Posey||Scott McCall|
|Dylan O'Brien||Stiles Stilinski|
|Holland Roden||Lydia Martin|
|Shelley Hennig||Malia Tate|
|Arden Cho||Kira Yukimura|
|Dylan Sprayberry||Liam Dunbar|
Guest Stars Edit
|Linden Ashby||Sheriff Stilinski|
|Seth Gilliam||Alan Deaton|
|Ryan Kelley||Jordan Parrish|
|Cody Christian||Theo Raeken|
|Khylin Rhambo||Mason Hewitt|
|Susan Walters||Natalie Martin|
|Kelsey Chow||Tracy Stewart|
|Victoria Moroles||Hayden Romero|
|Tom T. Choi||Ken Yukimura|
|Michelle Clunie||Biology teacher|
|Salvator Xuereb||Mister Stewart|
|Marti Matulis||The Surgeon|
|Douglas Tait||The Pathologist|
|Caitlin Dechelle||The Geneticist|
|John Duff||Alpha werewolf|
|Elise Robertson||Mrs. Raeken|
|Kevin Symons||Mister Raeken|
|Ally E. Hearst||Gwen|
|Ally E. Yves||Katherine Hayden|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- This episode is rated TV-14.
- As this episode aired on an irregular night, there is no episode of "Wolf Watch" to accompany it.
- This episode had a viewership of 1.76 million people.
- Actress Kelsey Asbille is credited as Kelsey Chow in this episode.
- This is the thirty-second episode of Teen Wolf written by Jeff Davis, who is the showrunner and executive producer for the series.
- This is the second appearance of the Dread Doctors. They appeared last in "Creatures of the Night".
- This is the first appearance of Hayden Romero. She appears next in "Dreamcatchers".
- This is the tenth appearance of Natalie Martin on Teen Wolf.
- Parasomnia is a sleep disorder that is reflected in this episode as night terrors suffered by the character of Tracy Stewart. Parasomnia may include different symptoms such as restless sleep, nightmares and wakefulness.
- This episode reveals that the werewolf responsible for turning Theo Raeken is the same wolf that turned Ethan and Aiden. Ethan and Aiden were twin brothers who formerly were associated with Deucalion's Alpha pack, but later joined Scott's pack. They featured prominently in season three.
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