"Lydia has one of the more interesting storylines this year, and it starts kicking off now. With Lydia, I mean this year we wanted to - On this show Lydia has kinda been on the outside in the first couple seasons. It’s always like ‘will Lydia help us?’ And now Lydia is a part of the team. I think part of her arc was sort of inspired by what happened last season - Allison basically died trying to save her. She told Aiden to be a better guy and he died doing that. And now Lydia is sort of on her heroic arc. And I think part of that is sort of figuring out some secrets about her past, her family history. We also wanted to make it just horrible. […] Using Allison and Aiden’s name in this episode. We really wanted to make it a hard journey for her."
— Teen Wolf writer Ian Stokes discussing Lydia’s arc this season on AfterBuzz TV (x)
that show you have every intention of watching and you are 100% confident that you’ll love but you refuse to watch right now because its not the right time.
#THE STARS ARE NOT IN POSITION TO WATCH THIS SHOW
You know when a fast angry song comes on that you know every word to and you’re in just the right mood that your eyes light up with the fire and angst of a thousand punk rockers and you just feel so alive