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"It's because it doesn't hurt."
"It's okay. It's okay. It's perfect. I'm in the arms of my first love. The first person I've ever loved. The person I'll always love. I love you Scott... Scott McCall."
The relationship between Scott and Allison is one that started the moment the two first met each other. Scott, who, unbeknownst to him, had just been bitten and turned into a Werewolf the previous evening, was able to overhear a phone conversation between Allison and her mother, Victoria Argent, where she stated that she forgot to bring a pen. When Allison was introduced to Scott's English class, he handed her a pen, knowing she had forgotten hers, which spurred their soon-to-be romantic relationship.
Over the course of Season 1, Scott and Allison's relationship went through many challenges, most of which were due to Scott being forced to keep the secret of his supernatural nature as a result of Allison being a member of a Hunter family who had been hunting Werewolves and other supernatural creatures for centuries. They briefly broke up after the events of Night School, when Allison caught Scott in a lie regarding fellow Werewolf Derek Hale and the fact that he was allegedly a serial killer. However, before the Winter Formal in Formality, Allison and Scott reconciled, though they did not attend the dance as a couple; Scott went stag, and Allison went with Jackson Whittemore as friends. When the two, along with Jackson, Stiles Stilinski, Derek Hale, and Chris Argent defeated and killed the out-of-control Alpha Werewolf Peter Hale, the two got back together.
In Season 2, though Allison was now aware of Scott's supernatural secret, their relationship still went through rough patches as time went on. They were forced to pretend to break up when Allison's father Chris Argent held Scott at gunpoint and threatened to kill him, leading them to sneak around behind their parents' backs. The arrival of Allison's grandfather Gerard Argent to town and their Hunter family's more active attack on the supernatural community of Beacon Hills also strained their bond, as Allison struggled to find a middle ground between her family legacy and her heart's desires and Scott had trouble maintaining a normal human life while also trying to use his powers to help the innocent.
After Allison's mother Victoria killed herself after she was accidentally bitten and turned into a Werewolf by Derek Hale, her grief overwhelmed her to the point where she joined her grandfather Gerard and was manipulated by him to set her sights on Derek and his pack; though she made it clear she wasn't going after Scott, she still held resentment for his alliance with their pack to the point where they were estranged. Though Allison eventually realized that Gerard had no one's best interests in mind but his own, and she and Scott reconciled, they both decided that breaking up was for the best so that Allison could regain her relationship with her father Chris and heal from her loss.
Between Season 2 and Season 3, Allison and Chris left Beacon Hills for the summer to visit their extended family in France, with the goal of leaving the Hunter lifestyle to prevent themselves from losing any more loved ones. However, when a serial killer began committing human sacrifices, both Allison and Chris ended up joining the Beacon Hills Werewolves and their allies in protecting the innocent from malevolent supernatural creatures. This allowed Allison and Scott to regain their friendship, though they remained just that. Allison, Scott, and their good friend Stiles Stilinski became the basis for what would eventually become known as the McCall Pack after it was revealed that Scott was a True Alpha, a Beta Werewolf who is capable of rising to Alpha status by sheer force of will.
While they investigated the threats of the Alpha Pack, the Darach, the Nogitsune, and the Oni to their hometown, Allison and Scott started seeing other people; Allison developed a romantic relationship with her fellow packmate Isaac Lahey, a former Hale Pack member and Beta Werewolf, while Scott began a romance with Kira Yukimura, a Thunder Kitsune and new McCall Pack member who moved to Beacon Hills from New York and recently discovered her supernatural identity. Despite this, Allison and Scott still felt a genuine love for each other, which Allison made sure to remind Scott after she was fatally wounded by an Oni's blade during the battle at Camp Oak Creek. Scott still grieves Allison's death to this day and continues to be an event he blames himself for happening. However, he knows that Allison's spirit remains among him and his packmates, and he is intent to hold true to Allison's newly-created Hunted Code-- "We protect those who cannot protect themselves."
Scott and Allison are known as Scallison by fans.
Throughout Teen Wolf
In Creatures of the Night, Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinski, Lydia Martin, Kira Yukimura, and Malia Tate attended the "Senior Scribe" event at the high school, where the seniors all use Sharpie markers to write their initials on the bookshelf in the library where the yearbooks are kept. After the others wrote their initials, Scott walked up to the shelf and wrote "S.M." on it, but stopped and thought about it for a moment before adding the initials "A.A." directly underneath it with a rueful smile. Stiles, upon seeing the initials, stated that she would have been there with them if she was alive, and Lydia corrected him by saying "She still is."
In Apotheosis, Scott and Liam engaged in a battle with Sebastien Valet, who was possessing the body of their friend, Mason Hewitt in an effort to save Mason and defeat Sebastien, who was the corrupted Werewolf known as the Beast of Gevaudan. However, Sebastien overpowered the two and grabbed Scott in a choke-hold, complimenting him on his power but stating that he needed instruction on how to "go for the throat." When Liam attempted to save Scott at the expense of Mason's life by trying to impale him with a mystical pike, Scott stopped him, insisting that they could still save Mason.
Just as Sebastien, confused by their loyalty to each other and their hesitance to take his life, tried to choke Scott to death, his claws pierced the back of Scott's neck, inadvertently causing him to perform the Werewolf Memory Manipulation ritual on him. Sebastien's mind was then flooded with Scott's memories of Allison, including Allison saving Scott, Derek Hale, and the rest of the Hale Pack from Deucalion and the Alpha Pack in Season 3A's Frayed; Allison practicing her archery in the woods with Lydia Martin in Season 3B's Anchors; Allison cuddled up against Scott's chest in Season 2's Frenemy; Allison smiling at Scott in Season 3A's Motel California; Scott brushing an eyelash off of Allison's cheek in the animal clinic in Season 1's pilot, Wolf Moon; and Allison, with blood dribbling over her lips, telling Scott she'll always love him before she dies in Season 3B's Insatiable.
Sebastien, overwhelmed by these memories due to Allison's resemblance to his younger sister Marie-Jeanne, who was the progenitor of the Argent bloodline and Allison's ancestor. This gave Scott enough time to smack Sebastien's hands away, saving him from death and allowing the recently-arrived Lydia and Kira, the former of whom used her Banshee scream to exorcise Sebastien's spirit from Mason's body, allowing Scott to kill the spirit once and for all with the pike. Several days later, Stiles and Lydia were at school when Stiles informed her of what happened and stated that, even in death, Allison saved Scott's life, causing Lydia to smile nostalgically for her late best friend.
In Raw Talent, after Scott McCall, Malia Tate, and Lydia Martin found the recently-awakened and released Hellhound Halwyn dead from a gunshot to the forehead, Scott found a bullet casing on the ground that had the Argent Family fleur-de-lis stamped on it, causing the three to become concerned that it was Allison Argent's father, Chris Argent, who fired the killing shot. Scott and Malia went to the Argent Bunker to look for Argent, where he was nowhere to be found. However, they did find his laptop, where they decided to break into it in hopes of figuring out where he was in his scheduling application. After Malia failed to unlock the computer, Scott, who had just found a crossbow among all of the firearms in the bunker Argent was preparing to sell, realized that just as with the first section of the Deadpool computer code, Argent's password was "Allison."
When the two found Argent at an arms deal with a dozen men posing as Army soldiers, they helped him get out of a tough spot before confronting him about the bullet. Argent was surprised to see the bullet and insisted that he had not stamped any ammunition with the Argent fleur-de-lis since Allison's death, since one of her final acts prior to her death was forging a set of five silver arrowheads with the fleur-de-lis stamped on them.
In The Wolves of War, while Scott was fighting the Anuk-ite in the high school library, the Anuk-ite used his illusion-based powers to appear as the Nogitsune, both his bandaged form when he was possessing Corporal Rhys in 1943 as well as his Void-Stiles form. The "Nogitsune," playing on Scott's preexisting fears, taunted him by stating that he not only failed his literally-petrified loved ones, but he also failed Allison, implying that it was his fault that she died. When this taunting didn't succeed in tricking Scott into opening his eyes so that he could be petrified as well, which would allow him to steal Scott's power, he claimed that if Scott opened his eyes, he would join Allison in the afterlife. However, this tactic did not work either, and Scott went so far as to gouge his own eyes with his claws to prevent himself from being petrified by the Anuk-ite, which also allowed him to overcome his fear, preventing the Anuk-ite from getting stronger from it.
- Scott and Allison's relationship was the main canon romantic relationship in Seasons 1-2, followed by Jackson and Lydia.
- It was revealed by Jeff Davis in a 2016 interview that, had Allison's actress, Crystal Reed, not departed from the series, the Scott/Allison pairing was intended to be endgame.
- It was also revealed that if Crystal hadn't left, Season 3B would have ended differently-- Allison still would have been stabbed by the Oni, but instead of dying, Scott would have given her the Bite, and the Season 4 plot would have explored the new relationship between Allison and Scott, both as romantic partners and as an Alpha and his first Beta.
- Allison and Scott's relationship lasted for six months, from January to June 2011, or Season 1's Wolf Moon to Season 2's Master Plan.
- They were both each other's first love and first true romantic relationship.
- Their last appearance together was in Season 3B's Insatiable, when Allison died in Scott's arms after she was stabbed in the chest by the ninjato of an Oni under the control of the Nogitsune.
- According to Tyler Posey, who plays Scott McCall, Allison and Scott had sexual relations eleven times on-screen.
- Scott and Allison's relationship became a fan favorite over the years and continues to have a strong following in the fandom even after Allison's death.