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|“||It's okay, 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 was able to overhear a phone conversation between Allison and her mother using his newly acquired supernatural hearing, before she stated that she forgot to bring a pen. The she sat down in class, Scott was quick to offer her a pen, which she happily accepted. This was the start of their relationship, which would carry on the the reminder of the season.
It wasn't until later in the episode when Allison arrived at the animal clinic where Scott worked that the two would take the first step and begin dating. Scott asked Allison if she really had family night during a Lacrosse afterparty - which she told Lydia Martin when the latter asked - to which Allison replied was a lie and she would go to the party with him. During the party, despite Scott being nervous due to his new werewolf abilities starting to manifest, Derek watching him, and in the long-run having to abandon Allison due to the foremost, this began the relationship between the two characters that would span for the rest of Season 1 and the better part of Season 2.
Throughout Teen Wolf Edit
In "Wolf Moon", Allison has just moved to Beacon Hills with her family in the middle of sophomore year. Allison is embarrassed that she didn't bring in a pen. She is introduced to her new English class. She meets Scott in her English class. He turns around and offers her a pen. She thanks him. Allison's immediately intrigued by this kind boy who somehow knew that she needed a pen. Allison comes to lacrosse practise. She sits next to Lydia. She sees Scott in the goalie's position and notices he's pretty good after catching several balls thrown in his direction.
- Scott and Allison's relationship is one of the most primary relationships throughout the show.
- It was revealed by Jeff Davis in a 2016 interview that before the death of Allison - due to the departure of actress Crystal Reed - the Scott/Allison pairing was intended to be endgame.