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does that mean we'll get the episode on netflix before all of you americans?? haha if so that'd be great :P 

This is the **** why I need to movie to Canada. I just want to see what its like day to day. I need to call my Uncle Frank and see if he's got a room.

Nostalgic wrote:

Back to Tuesday's

Guessing they changed it cause of ratings

I hope this helps because I really want a season 3 of this show.

Thoughts on episode 4

Audrey tried to get rid of the murder weapon, too bad it back fired on her. Gustavo and Eli are really skecty to me. Everyone was certinally out of thier minds when they drank the alchoal jake sent them. We got Audrey and Zoe and Noah having a three way make out session. Brooke seeing Jake in her visions and Emma somehow ended up running around in the woods, where the killer almost attacked her. For me personally I deffintally belived the Killer was there and the other characters are just dimssing Emma like she still out of her mind and Heck even shrieff acosta did not belive her. I have to say though at least the whole gang knows Jake is dead, talk about a carrie refence at the end.

 

What did u guys think of the episode?

I'm enjoying the season so far but I literally laughed my *** off when Kieran told his cousin "This town has been good to me." It's been good to you but didn't your dad get murdered???? Has he even mentioned this lmaooo I don't get how he's not traumatized. 

And it's hilarious how Emma and her mom think that it's such a great idea to go to an abandoned place by themselves late at night.  

The final episode will be on August 16.

The final episode will be on August 16.

not surprised. so cancelled? ONTD not telling me anything.

Undisclosed Desires wrote:

The final episode will be on August 16.

not surprised. so cancelled? ONTD not telling me anything.

If you can count then that would be around the 13th or 14th episode lol

Nostalgic wrote:

Undisclosed Desires wrote:The final episode will be on August 16.

not surprised. so cancelled? ONTD not telling me anything.

If you can count then that would be around the 13th or 14th episode lol

Yes I can count ****, it was just an honest question.

I was so shocked that stavo got jumped. He didn't deserve it Sad

I was so shocked that stavo got jumped. He didn't deserve it Sad

 

Forgot this came on. Hopefully so did America.

This show is reminding me of Degrassi that whole episode had me I shambles. IS EVERYONE THE KILLER? THEY ARE ALL SHADY AS HELL. I CANT MAKE UP MY MIND. I TRUST EVERY MAJOR, MINOR, AND SUPPORTING CHARACTER TO BE THE KILLER EXCEPT NOAH AT THIS POINT.

I was so shocked that stavo got jumped. He didn't deserve it Sad

My poor baby! Sad

That was one of the best episode yet so far this season!

Ughh can't stand ***** Haley though.. I wish Emma did more than just a slap to her...

 

 

This show is reminding me of Degrassi that whole episode had me I shambles. IS EVERYONE THE KILLER? THEY ARE ALL SHADY AS HELL. I CANT MAKE UP MY MIND. I TRUST EVERY MAJOR, MINOR, AND SUPPORTING CHARACTER TO BE THE KILLER EXCEPT NOAH AT THIS POINT.

 

Noah is the most suspect tbh

What I don't get is why Emma decided to shatter the window in the office. If you're locked in, and the killer cant get in, why would you shatter the glass and give him an opening. Lmao dumb *****. She can die already. 

I love Brooke tho

I guess moving the time was the right move. Ratings went up! 

timster3 wrote:

This show is reminding me of Degrassi that whole episode had me I shambles. IS EVERYONE THE KILLER? THEY ARE ALL SHADY AS HELL. I CANT MAKE UP MY MIND. I TRUST EVERY MAJOR, MINOR, AND SUPPORTING CHARACTER TO BE THE KILLER EXCEPT NOAH AT THIS POINT.

 Noah is the most suspect tbh

Nah he actually looked pretty shocked with what he found on Audrey's phone. Also I am guessing you haven't seen the new sneak peek involving Noah next week lol.

So I'm 90% sure that Noah is the killer. Either alone, or with a partner. Probably alone. Here's why: 

I never suspected Noah in the first season. When they announced a second season, my immediate reaction is that whatever reveal they have for the killer HAS to be one of the Lakewood 6. In order for this season to be as effective and memorable, you have to shock the audience. What made Piper's reveal so surprising was that nobody expected her, and nobody did because the show used a very elaborate sleight of hand to cast suspicion on everyone else and play off audience's assumptions that the killer was male, while blatantly giving her character dual interpretation that makes her look like a genuine psychopath when you go back and watch her scenes knowing that she's the killer. Stylistically,  the show has proven that it won't throw heavy suspicion on the culprit, that the killer's actions will have dual interpretation, and that it will play off the audience's assumptions to ignore these signs.So the most common assumption is that a new, mysterious, or creepy character is going to be behind everything. For the finale to be as impactful, it has to be one of the Six(now 5). That, and the Killer quoted Jake's "Girl Interrupted" line, which none of the new characters were around for. So having watched the first five episodes, Noah is almost certainly the killer. Here's why:1)His character is completely different. His character is the only one that has been drastically changed. And that's because the Noah of Season 1 couldn't be a killer. He's no longer as charming, nerdy, scared or funny as he was before. And he doesn't have to be. He has enough good will with the audience for them to overlook this change and assume his innocence. They've even put it right in your face with Noah's quote about the truth being what you don't want to believe. 

2) They have done more to cast suspicion away from him than the rest of the characters combined.  Not only is he the most beloved character, but he's the one that they instantly spent time establishing as harmless, in order to get the audience to turn a blind eye to anything he does. THE FIRST SCENE he shows up to save Audrey from what turned out to be a prank killer. They plant the idea in your mind that "Well, looks like it's not him", then change the situation, so that plenty of people won't remember to take him back off the innocent list in their minds. They have him in several scenes where he is trying to figure out Audrey's accomplice, even tease that he may be MURDERED BY AUDREY. It's a clever slight of hand that puts the attention on Audrey and endears Noah to the audience. However, if you watch his interactions with her, there's dual interpretation in every single one. If you look at it like he's a psychopath who's torturing her for her past misdeeds, it works perfectly. Not only is he significantly less perceptive than normal whenever she tries to protect her secret, he just looks like an idiot who can't read his best friend's moods.  In reality, he's only acting so he can watch her squirm as he continues to push the envelope. These scenes are where most of the audience will rule him out, because they're too busy watching Audrey react to see that Noah has been pulling the strings. His calls and texts are also perfectly timed with when he leaves the room. He'll call right after the Killer does so the audience makes the connection that it's not the same person.

Another common trope of slasher misdirection is to consistently put the killer side by side with someone innocent. Stu in Scream 1 was with Randy and his girlfriend half the time so he didn't stand out. Same happened with Mickey in Scream 2 when they always had him flirting with Hallie. Charlier and Robbie were the nerdy best friends. It's a clever way to put the killer in plain sight without casting a spotlight on him. It also gives the killer something to do in the movie/show, since he's not in any chase or death scenes. Not only are they using Audrey and Noah's pairing to their advantage, but introducing a new love interest for Noah. It distracts away from the fact that the killer never contacts him and he never seems to be tormented. They even gain sympathy points by having Zoe turn him down.

3) He's the only one of the 6 who hasn't been directly played with. This season's killer is probably going to be psychotic on a next level, tormenting everyone with mind games that threaten their sanity. We've seen this start to happen to the rest of the 6. Jake's death, the way the killer uses his phone to demoralize Brooke, the obvious torment to Audrey, and now, finally, the cell phone dilemma with Keiran and Emma. Seriously, I wouldn't doubt it if the killer convinces Emma that Keiran is the killer right before Keiran's shocking death finally proves his innocence.

I could keep going forever, but I feel like you get my point. They do a lot to "prove his innocence," but there's a way to rationalize these scenarios with the thought that he's completely insane.

 

So I'm 90% sure that Noah is the killer. Either alone, or with a partner. Probably alone. Here's why: I never suspected Noah in the first season. When they announced a second season, my immediate reaction is that whatever reveal they have for the killer HAS to be one of the Lakewood 6. In order for this season to be as effective and memorable, you have to shock the audience. What made Piper's reveal so surprising was that nobody expected her, and nobody did because the show used a very elaborate sleight of hand to cast suspicion on everyone else and play off audience's assumptions that the killer was male, while blatantly giving her character dual interpretation that makes her look like a genuine psychopath when you go back and watch her scenes knowing that she's the killer. Stylistically,  the show has proven that it won't throw heavy suspicion on the culprit, that the killer's actions will have dual interpretation, and that it will play off the audience's assumptions to ignore these signs.So the most common assumption is that a new, mysterious, or creepy character is going to be behind everything. For the finale to be as impactful, it has to be one of the Six(now 5). That, and the Killer quoted Jake's "Girl Interrupted" line, which none of the new characters were around for. So having watched the first five episodes, Noah is almost certainly the killer. Here's why:1)His character is completely different. His character is the only one that has been drastically changed. And that's because the Noah of Season 1 couldn't be a killer. He's no longer as charming, nerdy, scared or funny as he was before. And he doesn't have to be. He has enough good will with the audience for them to overlook this change and assume his innocence. They've even put it right in your face with Noah's quote about the truth being what you don't want to believe. 2) They have done more to cast suspicion away from him than the rest of the characters combined.  Not only is he the most beloved character, but he's the one that they instantly spent time establishing as harmless, in order to get the audience to turn a blind eye to anything he does. THE FIRST SCENE he shows up to save Audrey from what turned out to be a prank killer. They plant the idea in your mind that "Well, looks like it's not him", then change the situation, so that plenty of people won't remember to take him back off the innocent list in their minds. They have him in several scenes where he is trying to figure out Audrey's accomplice, even tease that he may be MURDERED BY AUDREY. It's a clever slight of hand that puts the attention on Audrey and endears Noah to the audience. However, if you watch his interactions with her, there's dual interpretation in every single one. If you look at it like he's a psychopath who's torturing her for her past misdeeds, it works perfectly. Not only is he significantly less perceptive than normal whenever she tries to protect her secret, he just looks like an idiot who can't read his best friend's moods.  In reality, he's only acting so he can watch her squirm as he continues to push the envelope. These scenes are where most of the audience will rule him out, because they're too busy watching Audrey react to see that Noah has been pulling the strings. His calls and texts are also perfectly timed with when he leaves the room. He'll call right after the Killer does so the audience makes the connection that it's not the same person.Another common trope of slasher misdirection is to consistently put the killer side by side with someone innocent. Stu in Scream 1 was with Randy and his girlfriend half the time so he didn't stand out. Same happened with Mickey in Scream 2 when they always had him flirting with Hallie. Charlier and Robbie were the nerdy best friends. It's a clever way to put the killer in plain sight without casting a spotlight on him. It also gives the killer something to do in the movie/show, since he's not in any chase or death scenes. Not only are they using Audrey and Noah's pairing to their advantage, but introducing a new love interest for Noah. It distracts away from the fact that the killer never contacts him and he never seems to be tormented. They even gain sympathy points by having Zoe turn him down.3) He's the only one of the 6 who hasn't been directly played with. This season's killer is probably going to be psychotic on a next level, tormenting everyone with mind games that threaten their sanity. We've seen this start to happen to the rest of the 6. Jake's death, the way the killer uses his phone to demoralize Brooke, the obvious torment to Audrey, and now, finally, the cell phone dilemma with Keiran and Emma. Seriously, I wouldn't doubt it if the killer convinces Emma that Keiran is the killer right before Keiran's shocking death finally proves his innocence.I could keep going forever, but I feel like you get my point. They do a lot to "prove his innocence," but there's a way to rationalize these scenarios with the thought that he's completely insane. 

Not to shoot down your theory or anything, but I don't think Noah is the killer after seeing this video. 

 

http://www.mtv.com/video-clips/84qmxs/scream-the-tv-series-sneak-peek-chill-out-foster

good theory, it will be shocking if it is him

thoughts on episode 5, wow what an emtional episode.

I feel so bad for brooke, yeah we know Jake can be a bit of d-bag at times but he did really love brooke and she felt the same about him as well, very sad indeed, on another note why did they take pictures of brooke on stage with the body of Jake in front of her, dont u think it would be a better idea to take the pictures somwhere else whe she does not have to look at his body poor girl is trumatized enough. Hayley is getting on my nerves, if I were her I would shut my mouth and quit bad mouthing emma and crew, I wont be suprised if she does get killed at some point. Who put Jakes phone in Emmas backpack?  I suspect the killer was in the libary and planted the phone in there. Ms Lang has to be the wrost teacher ever, she locks emma in a room which is a bad idea for someone who is under mental destress. I dont trust the mayor or the sheriff, I would like to know more about the past between them.  I feel awful for gustavo, yeah he is a bit off but he didnt deserve to get jumped like that, he should be in therapy.  As for Noah, he now knows the truth about audrey, I wonder what he will do with this info but I have a feeling with this new knowlage for him is either going to get him kidnapped or killed or both.

 

Any you guys have a theory on who the Killer is yet?

Lionhart wrote:

So I'm 90% sure that Noah is the killer. Either alone, or with a partner. Probably alone. Here's why: I never suspected Noah in the first season. When they announced a second season, my immediate reaction is that whatever reveal they have for the killer HAS to be one of the Lakewood 6. In order for this season to be as effective and memorable, you have to shock the audience. What made Piper's reveal so surprising was that nobody expected her, and nobody did because the show used a very elaborate sleight of hand to cast suspicion on everyone else and play off audience's assumptions that the killer was male, while blatantly giving her character dual interpretation that makes her look like a genuine psychopath when you go back and watch her scenes knowing that she's the killer. Stylistically,  the show has proven that it won't throw heavy suspicion on the culprit, that the killer's actions will have dual interpretation, and that it will play off the audience's assumptions to ignore these signs.So the most common assumption is that a new, mysterious, or creepy character is going to be behind everything. For the finale to be as impactful, it has to be one of the Six(now 5). That, and the Killer quoted Jake's "Girl Interrupted" line, which none of the new characters were around for. So having watched the first five episodes, Noah is almost certainly the killer. Here's why:1)His character is completely different. His character is the only one that has been drastically changed. And that's because the Noah of Season 1 couldn't be a killer. He's no longer as charming, nerdy, scared or funny as he was before. And he doesn't have to be. He has enough good will with the audience for them to overlook this change and assume his innocence. They've even put it right in your face with Noah's quote about the truth being what you don't want to believe. 2) They have done more to cast suspicion away from him than the rest of the characters combined.  Not only is he the most beloved character, but he's the one that they instantly spent time establishing as harmless, in order to get the audience to turn a blind eye to anything he does. THE FIRST SCENE he shows up to save Audrey from what turned out to be a prank killer. They plant the idea in your mind that "Well, looks like it's not him", then change the situation, so that plenty of people won't remember to take him back off the innocent list in their minds. They have him in several scenes where he is trying to figure out Audrey's accomplice, even tease that he may be MURDERED BY AUDREY. It's a clever slight of hand that puts the attention on Audrey and endears Noah to the audience. However, if you watch his interactions with her, there's dual interpretation in every single one. If you look at it like he's a psychopath who's torturing her for her past misdeeds, it works perfectly. Not only is he significantly less perceptive than normal whenever she tries to protect her secret, he just looks like an idiot who can't read his best friend's moods.  In reality, he's only acting so he can watch her squirm as he continues to push the envelope. These scenes are where most of the audience will rule him out, because they're too busy watching Audrey react to see that Noah has been pulling the strings. His calls and texts are also perfectly timed with when he leaves the room. He'll call right after the Killer does so the audience makes the connection that it's not the same person.Another common trope of slasher misdirection is to consistently put the killer side by side with someone innocent. Stu in Scream 1 was with Randy and his girlfriend half the time so he didn't stand out. Same happened with Mickey in Scream 2 when they always had him flirting with Hallie. Charlier and Robbie were the nerdy best friends. It's a clever way to put the killer in plain sight without casting a spotlight on him. It also gives the killer something to do in the movie/show, since he's not in any chase or death scenes. Not only are they using Audrey and Noah's pairing to their advantage, but introducing a new love interest for Noah. It distracts away from the fact that the killer never contacts him and he never seems to be tormented. They even gain sympathy points by having Zoe turn him down.3) He's the only one of the 6 who hasn't been directly played with. This season's killer is probably going to be psychotic on a next level, tormenting everyone with mind games that threaten their sanity. We've seen this start to happen to the rest of the 6. Jake's death, the way the killer uses his phone to demoralize Brooke, the obvious torment to Audrey, and now, finally, the cell phone dilemma with Keiran and Emma. Seriously, I wouldn't doubt it if the killer convinces Emma that Keiran is the killer right before Keiran's shocking death finally proves his innocence.I could keep going forever, but I feel like you get my point. They do a lot to "prove his innocence," but there's a way to rationalize these scenarios with the thought that he's completely insane. 

Not to shoot down your theory or anything, but I don't think Noah is the killer after seeing this video.  http://www.mtv.com/video-clips/84qmxs/scream-the-tv-series-sneak-peek-chill-out-foster

It's Audrey under the mask. Noah was contacted by Eddie and decided to meet himnot because he wants information, but he knows Eddie is supposed to be dead.Audrey knows her secret is out, so all she can do is scare Noah into keeping it quiet. Clever stuff.

What are you watching the episodes in advance or something? So we now know Audrey has the same app to talk like the killer & the costume as well. Still so shady even know there trying to make us understand how she accidentally became the accomplice of the killer.

now THAT was a crazy episode... so Noah and Audrey are definitely not the killers. Keiran looking mighty suspicious... i almost think it could be Zoe because she is so far off everyone's radars. 

This episode was better than the last two. Still think the teacher is the killer.

This episode was better than the last two. Still think the teacher is the killer.

oh true! forgot about her! yeah shes def on my suspect list

Let's not forget about Brooke's dad giving Kieran's Aunt an "off the books job" 

This season is such fire, it just keep getting better and better. 

I'm official a Brostavo shipper! 

I ship Queen Brooke and Daddy Stavo so bad!

now THAT was a crazy episode... so Noah and Audrey are definitely not the killers. Keiran looking mighty suspicious... i almost think it could be Zoe because she is so far off everyone's radars. 

Wait how are Noah & Audrey ruled out now? I think it would be a super twist if Audrey ended up still being the accomplice from the first season & was still connected to the killings this  season after they try & make us believe she is innocent. 

At first I thought Noah couldn't be the killer since he was knocked out & tied up up by the killer this last episode, but since that turned out to be Audrey behind the mask just trying to scare him away from finding out her secret. That still leaves plenty of room for him to be one of the killers assuming there are two this season.

This episode was better than the last two. Still think the teacher is the killer.

It's definitely not the teacher. She is just a red herring.

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