Claudia Stilinski’s (Joey Honsa) return from the dead in Season 6 of “Teen Wolf” was nothing short of miraculous. We’re still a little fuzzy on the details, but thanks to the Ghost Riders capture of Stiles (Dylan O’Brien), Claudia somehow managed to return to life with a whole new backstory instead of suffering from a long and torturous death.
At first glance, it seemed like Claudia had returned because history was somehow changed thanks to Stiles’ abduction. No Stiles = No Frontotemporal Dementia.
It seems straightforward enough (or at least as straightforward as “Teen Wolf” ever seems), but lately we’ve started wondering whether we shouldn’t be more suspicious of her sudden reappearance.
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Scott (Tyler Posey) and Lydia (Holland Roden) have already proven that being taken by the Ghost Riders doesn’t change history, it simply changes people’s memories of history. Exhibit A: Stiles’ Jeep. It remained abandoned in the school parking lot, right where Stiles left it after being dragged off by the Ghost Riders. It didn’t just blip out of existence because Stiles was no longer around to drive it.
And yet, somehow, Claudia has an explanation all set and ready to go about the car being stolen years ago.
If that wasn’t suspicious enough, let’s take a look at all her other behavior. At every turn, she’s tried to convince Lydia and Sheriff Stilinski (Linden Ashby) to drop their investigation into Stiles’ disappearance. When Lydia was all set to tear away the wallpaper pointed out to her by another Ghost Rider victim — which we now know might just be adjoined to the Ghost Riders purgatory-like train station — Claudia appeared out of nowhere to stop her. Try and tell us she wasn’t a little bit terrifying, grabbing Lydia like that.
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Moreover, if that train station does happen to share a metaphysical wall with the Stilinski house, how are we NOT talking about how suspicious that is?
The key ingredient in this conspiracy theory, however, rests with Claudia’s existence as a whole. History can’t be rewritten — as far as we know — so there just doesn’t seem to be a good explanation for how she’s alive or how her medical records boast a miraculous recovery from an incurable neurological disorder.
At this point, too many things simply do not add up about the Wild Hunt. Why are they taking all the inhabitants of Beacon Hills? Why are the storing them in a train station instead of sweeping them along in the storm like Peter (Ian Bohen) described? And what in the world does Claudia’s reappearance have to do with it all?
Finally, the worst question we’ve been asking ourselves: What if this woman isn’t Claudia Stilinski at all?
“Teen Wolf” airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on MTV.
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