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In the new episode 10 official synopsis: Scott and the pack will face what may be their biggest threat yet. Press release number 2: With both lives and friendships on the verge of being destroyed, Scott and his pack are going to face their greatest enemy yet.
In “Teen Wolf” season 5, episode 7, titled “Strange Frequencies,” Melissa (Melissa Ponzio) came home to discover a dead chimera in her kitchen. The most interesting part, however, was not the dead body, but the sword stabbed into the chimera’s chest: it’s Kira’s (Arden Cho) katana.
In this week’s episode, titled “Ouroboros,” the thunder kitsune was brought to the sheriff’s station for questioning about her sword being used as a murder weapon. Kira’s dad, Ken Yukimura (Tom Choi), came in to say that the sword belongs to him and he used it in self-defense, keeping Kira from being arrested.
Shortly after, Kira asked Scott (Tyler Posey), “You don’t think it was me, do you?” Though the True Alpha has his doubts, he replied, “No, of course not.”
Kira is clueless on whether she’s really the one who committed the crime, but the actress who plays her thinks that she’s not guilty of murder.
In last Monday’s episode of “Teen Wolf After After Show,” host Morgan Evans asked Cho if she thinks her character really killed the chimera, and this was what she said: “I kind of think she got set up. But I don’t know. That katana could be anyone’s katana. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t me … I didn’t do it.”
As to what’s really going on with the fox inside Kira, the 29-year-old actress teased that it has something to do with the evolution of her character’s supernatural abilities.
“[Kira,] along with the audience, is going to be very confused, wondering what this all means,” Cho told The Hollywood Reporter. “[But] there is definitely something evolving with her powers.”
Though viewers saw Kira and her parents left Beacon Hills at the end of this week’s episode, it seems that she won’t be gone for long — especially after it was revealed that the Dread Doctors have something to do with all the crazy stuff that’s happening to her inner fox.
Do you have any theories on what exactly is happening to Kira? Share it in the comments section below!
“Teen Wolf” season 5, episode 9, titled “Lies of Omission” airs on Monday, Aug. 17, at 10 p.m. on MTV. Watch the promo for the episode below: