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'Teen Wolf' 3x19 extended promo: What will happen when they find Stiles?

Dylan O'Brien as Stiles for 'Teen Wolf' season 3B
Dylan O'Brien as Stiles for 'Teen Wolf' season 3B

"Teen Wolf" season 3 continues next with episode 19, "Letharia Vulpina," for which MTV released a new extended preview on Friday, Feb. 14, teasing a bit more of what to expect.

The official description of this "Teen Wolf" episode reads, "Scott and the others try to prevent a disaster; Lydia and Allison seek out an unlikely teacher." There are already a couple of promos and a sneak peek out teasing an explosion at the police station, Isaac getting electrified, a big scene coming up between Scott and Stiles and Coach tripping a wire and getting hit by an arrow, and now this extended preview gives a further look at what's coming up – and more reasons to be concerned about Stiles.

The extended "Letharia Vulpina" promo begins with a report coming in about people seeing Stiles' Jeep leaving the hospital, meaning that fixing it might not have been such a great idea. Meanwhile, signs seem to point to Isaac at least surviving that electrocution, if the beeping in the background while Scott and Allison talk about Stiles is any indication.

But how will they get what's inside Stiles out of him? Well, it looks like Derek and Mr. Argent are going to be teaming up to try to find him, but there is the question of what the hunter will do when he finds him. "That depends on which Stiles I find," he tells Derek.

Well, someone does find Stiles, because he says, "I know what you guys are thinking, but it's me. I swear to God, it's me." Then why is Stiles holding one of Mr. Argent's ultrasonic emitters? Are the twins charging at him? And who's standing behind the twins?

"Teen Wolf" season 3 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV. What do you think of this extended episode 19 preview? What do you think is going to happen in "Letharia Vulpina"?

© Meredith Jacobs 2014

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