|“|| Mason: "You told me you were leaving!"|
Corey: "I had to."
Mason: "You lied!"
Liam: "We all did."
Mason: "So this was the plan all along?"
Scott: "Sorry, Mason. My dad had to believe we left Beacon Hills. Everyone has to believe it."
Mason: "Then what happens next? We fight back now, right?"
Scott: "What'd you think we were gonna do... Run?"
Theo Raeken and two other Werewolves from Satomi's pack are being tortured via electrocution by the former Eichen House orderly Schrader, whom Theo recognizes. After seeing that the electrical current is melting the zip-ties binding them, Theo purposely baits Schrader into electrocuting them harder so that he can eventually break free. The three tie up Schrader and leave him to be electrocuted while Theo, Jiang, and Tierney debate what to do next, with Theo eventually agreeing to take them to Scott McCall. However, just as they are about to leave in Schrader's car, Sheriff Stilinski and several of his deputies arrive and arrest the three for murder despite Theo's protests.
- Tyler Posey as Scott McCall
- Dylan O'Brien as Stiles Stilinski (credit only)
- Holland Roden as Lydia Martin
- Shelley Hennig as Malia Tate
- Dylan Sprayberry as Liam Dunbar
- Linden Ashby as Sheriff Noah Stilinski
- Melissa Ponzio as Melissa McCall (credit only)
- JR Bourne as Chris Argent (credit only)
- Sibongile Mlambo as Tamora Monroe
- Michael Johnston as Corey Bryant
- Khylin Rhambo as Mason Hewitt
- Clayton Fronning as Schrader
- Cody Christian as Theo Raeken
- Seth Gilliam as Dr. Alan Deaton
- Ryan Kelley as Deputy Jordan Parrish
- Matthew Del Negro as Agent Rafael McCall
- Andrew Matarazzo as Gabe
- Brandon Soo Hoo as Jiang
- Ellery Sprayberry as Tierney
- Maria Russell as Deputy Vargas
- Lucy Loken as Quinn
- Three new characters are introduced in this episode. The first two are Tierney and Jiang, who are both Werewolves and former members of Satomi's pack who recently killed a Hunter who killed their Alpha, making their Werewolf eyes turn blue. The third is Deputy Dewitte, a new deputy working under Noah Stilinski at the Beacon County Sheriff's Station.
- Alan Deaton appears in this episode. He was last seen in Superposition.
- Theo Raeken appears in this episode. He was last seen in Raw Talent.
- Schrader appears in this episode, revealing that he has joined Tamora and Gerard's Hunter crew. He was last seen in Season 5B's Amplification. His fate remains unknown after Theo left him tied up and being continuously electrocuted in Gerard's bunker.
- Rafael McCall appears in this episode. He was last seen in Season 4's Time of Death.
- It is unclear if he and Scott have had any interaction off-screen since their last meeting in Time of Death, nor has it been explicitly confirmed whether or not he has been made aware of the supernatural world since that point, though the latter, at least, seems likely due to the nature of his negotiation between the McCall Pack and their allies and Monroe's Hunters.
- It is confirmed that both Gabe and Nolan have been recruited into Monroe and Gerard's crew of Hunters. This was first implied to be the case in Face-to-Faceless.
- It is also confirmed that Deputy Vargas has been recruited into the crew of Hunters, which was also implied in Face-to-Faceless.
- Satomi Ito is revealed to have been killed by Hunters two days prior to the timeline of this episode. She was last seen in Season 4's Monstrous and was last mentioned in Season 5's Dreamcatchers and Season 6B's After Images.
- Satomi's Pack is revealed to have a pack symbol in this episode when Tierney and Jiang were seen with tattoos of stacked circles (representing the art of stacking rocks, a Buddhist practice). It was first revealed that Satomi taught her pack this practice in After Images.
- This episode was the second part of a two-part episode aired on August 20, 2017, along with the preceding episode Face-to-Faceless, due to the MTV Video Music Awards airing in its time slot on August 27.
- The actress who plays Tierney, Ellery Sprayberry, is the younger sister of Dylan Sprayberry, who plays Liam Dunbar. Interestingly enough, they both play Werewolves, with Liam a golden-eyed bitten Beta of the McCall Pack, and Tierney a newly-blue-eyed Beta of Satomi's Pack.
- It is revealed that a Werewolf's healing ability is strong enough to survive a gunshot to the head in this episode after Quinn is shot by the evil Deputy Vargas.
- Nolan is shown to have some kind of past history with Jiang in this episode, as they remarked that neither had seen the other in five years.
- Unnamed male deputy - committed suicide via hanging
- Deputy Morrow - committed suicide via shooting herself
- Jiang - shot with shotgun; killed by an unnamed Hunter
- Tierney - shot with shotgun; killed by an unnamed Hunter
- Schrader- electrocuted to death, killed by Theo Raeken (presumably)
- Gerard's Bunker
- Eichen House
- Closed Unit
- Beacon County Sheriff's Station
- Holding Cell
- Sheriff Stilinski's Office
- Parking Lot
- Beacon Hills High School
- "Monster" by MILCK
- Scott agrees to his father's compromise with the Hunters, and Tierney and Jiang are arrested for murder.
- "In Cure" by Ed Tullett
- Scott packs up his bags while he talks to his father. Malia arrives and the two hold hands for a long moment before they leave. Corey says goodbye to Mason and asks him to allow him to protect him for once. Jiang and Tierney are killed by Hunters.