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people who are and are not allowed to die on the final three episodes of Teen Wolf as told by me

PEOPLE WHO AREN’T ALLOWED TO DIE:

THEO: because he deserves a chance at happiness and he’s more than made up for being an asshole

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LIAM: because he’s a cute lil puppy and there would be no Thiam without Liam and let’s be honest we all need more Thiam in our lives.

Originally posted by ryuzaki-lester

NOLAN: because Nolan is a misunderstood smol bean and if we’re stating facts Froy Gutierrez legit invented cuteness.

Originally posted by vxidism

SCOTT AND MALIA: because they’re goals as fuuuuucccckkkk

Originally posted by jefaiscequejepeux

MASON, COREY, JACKSON, AND ETHAN: because gosh they make cute couples

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LYDIA: because Lydia is a bad bitch and you can’t kill a bad bitch

Originally posted by anti-capitalistlesbianwitch

MELISSA: because we seriously do not deserve this woman

Originally posted by team5th

DEREK: because we get him back tonight and if they kill him off I’ll burn down the Teen Wolf set

Originally posted by lifetimetv

STILES AND NOAH STILINSKI: because they’re literally the only ones who hold the pack together sometimes.

Originally posted by catdempsey

PEOPLE WHO ARE ALLOWED TO DIE:

GERARD: because he should’ve died in season two

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MONROE: because she really needs to get over herself

Originally posted by fuglyporkers

GABE: because you shot at my babies and now shit has hit the fan

Originally posted by rajhanah

ALL OF THE HUNTERS: because you all need hit in the face with a shovel (except Nolan)

Originally posted by jomosaccent

MY REACTION IF ANY OF THE CHARACTERS WHO ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO DIE, END UP DIEING:

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Originally posted by n-wordbelike

Originally posted by sadlyswift

I’M DONE NOW.

2

“Who said ‘please’ that made you hate the word so much?”
Andrew gazed at him in silence for a minute. “I did.”

Neil didn’t know what answer he’d been expecting but this wasn’t it. He felt it like a pop to his chest, sharp and startling. He opened his mouth to say something, anything, but what could he possibly say to something like that?

Andrew tolerated his blank stare for only a couple seconds before waving this all off as inconsequential and uninteresting. “He said he would stop if I said it.”

“You believed him,” Neil guessed.

“I was seven,” Andrew said. “I believed him.”