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'Teen Wolf's' EP on quarantine and Parrish episodes, Peter and Malia and more

"Teen Wolf" season 4 may be at its halfway point right now, but there is still a lot to come, as we learned from executive producer Jeff Davis in the press room at San Diego Comic-Con. On Tuesday, July 29, we uploaded that video interview to YouTube, so you can check out the video interview above and here and keep reading for a few teases from it.

Executive producer Jeff Davis in the 'Teen Wolf' press room at SDCC 2014
Meredith Jacobs

Davis previewed a couple of the upcoming episodes, specifically next week's episode 7 and episode 9, which will reveal a bit more about a certain character. Next week's "Weaponized" is all about a quarantine. "The CDC gets called in, so we were like, 'What can we do in the high school this season?' We said 'Quarantine!' We gotta use the sets we have," the EP explained. "That's one of the ways we try to make a show like this look big on a small budget."

As for episode 9, that's called "Parrish-able." Yes, it will get into what's going on with the Deputy who admitted he was drawn to Beacon Hills, so his name being on the list wasn't a surprise.

Beacon Hills continues to be a place with a diminishing population count, and it doesn't sound like that's going to stop anytime soon. The assassins' "success rate gets higher and higher, so things get pretty bad," Davis teased. But will Derek be one of the dead by the end of the season? "It kind of looked like that in the trailer, didn't it?" is all he would say.

Be ready for long plans to come to fruition and to learn some more history as well, plus, get ready for the Peter and Malia family reunion. "That secret's going to come out, and how it comes out is not good for anyone, especially Stiles," the EP revealed.

Speaking of Peter, his motivations are "very much about power," according to Davis, even though he's still loyal to his family. "Peter has a belief that he, he's kind of the prince who believes the crown belongs to him, and that crown is alpha status. That's why he said in 3A, 'I am the alpha, I've always been the alpha.' Even though he doesn't have the red eyes to prove it, but he may again."

Check out the video interview for more from EP Jeff Davis, including about Scott and Stiles' relationship being tested, people risking their lives for each other, exploration of main characters' stories, who's going to be back, testing Argent and more.

"Teen Wolf" season 4 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV.

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