Lydia Martin went after a berserker with a baseball bat to save her friends. Yes you heard that correctly. Lydia Martin has spent this entire season trying to save her friends. Her screen time was short and it sucked but within those 10 minutes she got, she used them. Holland used them. Lydia developed. Her courage developed even more. She is so fucking important and you can never say other wise.

Okay I don’t even ship Sterek but I’m at a loss for how to explain that long, lingering look between them when Derek gets hurt. What was the point of that? What were they trying to achieve if Sterek isn’t on the cards? You can’t even say that the Sterek shippers are making something out of nothing in that scene cause that was shot in a very specific way, and I’m confused as to how we’re supposed to see that moment as anything other than Sterek…

No, but like, what if when Jackson was looking for his first master as the kanima, instead of that psycho shit he got, he ends up with a five-year-old kid. And the kid’s biggest issues are things like: “Becky pushed me down at school today.” or “My Teacher, Mr. Stevens, was mean to me and I got put in time-out”

(Of course, Jackson doesn’t kill the people who upsets this kid, he’ll just go and scratch on stupid Becky’s window one night to scare her, and then go egg the teacher’s house or something)

And I just keep picturing this little girl wearing a frilly princess dress who just so happens to think reptiles are cool, and Jackson is like her new best friend.