y’all… i can’t get over how much i adore that Cat’s gone back to calling her Keira in this episode. and when she calls her “Keira Danvers”, using her last name correctly but still using Keira…. i have been thinking about this nonstop for two days and my heart hasn’t stopped pounding at this gesture. the fact that Cat brings this little facet of their old familiar life back in as a comfort because she knows Kara is struggling and she knows she can’t really comfort Kara in the way she wants to… but she will do what she does best, and prop her up Cat Grant-style. and if you think Kara is offended by being called Keira again, we aren’t watching the same show because Kara never skips a beat when Cat calls her Keira and you can see it in her eyes that she hears the warmth behind the nickname and she finds the support she needs in such a subtle intimate word and there is so much love Cat is yearning to give her and i just have so many emotions
When his best friend’s son barrels into the kitchen only dressed in a pair of skintight jeans, lean but defined torso on display, Derek knows he’s truly and utterly fucked. Not only is the kid barely eighteen, but he also happens to be the Sheriff’s only son.
Derek makes a vow to himself that he will not seek Stiles out and he’ll get this thing under control.
Derek is courting Stiles in the way that all male animals go about impressing their mates. Giving them practical (if weird, like, Derek gives Stiles 10kg of steak) gifts, making a nice home (he starts renovating the old Hale house), weird shit like that. Stiles is oblivious, and Scott keeps sort of helplessly hinting at what Derek is doing to little effect.
Derek isn’t sure why he buys the house. He doesn’t need the space, that much is certain. While it’s not as big as the one Derek grew up in, something about the cheerful yellow paint and the wide staircase (with banisters wide enough for children to slide down) draws him in.
Stiles wakes up in Derek’s bed in a world where they’re married now, and Derek keeps leaving the room every time he tries to have a conversation about how this happened, since they weren’t even dating.