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'Teen Wolf' season 4 episode 6 promo and clips: Werewolf strength and mix-tapes

Things are going to get even crazier on the next episode of "Teen Wolf," 406, "Orphaned," for which MTV released a promo and not one but two sneak peeks during this week's Wolf Watch" on Monday, July 21 after "I.E.D."

'Teen Wolf' season 4 cast
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The teenaged assassins struck again in the latest episode of "Teen Wolf," but in the end, it wasn't one of the pack that was severely injured (though not for stupid lack of trying on Violet's part), but Brett, a member of the other lacrosse team on the field for the scrimmage game. Meanwhile, with the help of fellow banshee Meredith, Lydia was able to crack another part of the coded Dead Pool, this time using the keyword "Aiden," and there was one name on there that shouldn't have been too surprising: Parrish. Plus, Araya came to town (remember she had warned Scott she would when he bit an innocent) and reminded Argent of the code, "We hunt those who hunt us."

Now, the promo for the next episode offers a look at the trouble heading the pack's way. Malia says what everyone should always be saying in this town: "Maybe we should all be running from Beacon Hills, running for our lives, as fast as we can." The assassins are going to be at it again, and it sounds like there's going to be another beta in trouble. Scott doesn't want to keep watching people die, but as Argent tells him, "I'm not sure you have much choice about that."

The first "Orphaned" sneak peek shows that Derek and Stiles took the poisoned Brett to Deaton for help, but because it's a rare wolfsbane, Deaton needs to make an incision that could kill him if they can't hold him still. Stiles suggests that Derek try some werewolf strength, and while Derek argues he's not the only one with werewolf strength, but is that really the reason he's having trouble here or is it because he's losing his powers? Well, Peter still has "a little werewolf strength," as he puts it after he knocks out Brett, but Derek wonders, "Maybe more than a little."

In the second episode 406 clip, Kate asks what everyone wants to know in the middle of a scene of chaos and death: Who is the Benefactor? All she gets from this one guy is that no one has seen him, he does everything electronically, and she's not the only one who received a mix-tape. The "Orphans," as he calls him, did, and they "look like kids, like teenagers."

"Teen Wolf" season 4 airs Mondays at 10 p.m. on MTV. What do you think of the episode 6 "Orphaned" promo and sneak peeks?

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