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Wolf Pack Episode 4: Recap & Ending Explained

Wolf Pack Episode 4: Wolf Pack is an American supernatural mystery teen crime thriller drama that is based on the popular novel of the same name written by Edo Van Belkom, This series was created by Jeff Davis, and the story revolves around a group of teenage students whose lives change after some of them is bitten by a wolf.

In this article, I am going to recap along with the ending explanation of episode 4, whereas in the last episode we saw that Luna and Harlan find out about the gun, in this episode we see why Garrett keeps the bullets, which are made of silver, and more, which we will see in this article.

Episode 4 Recap

Episode 4 titled, “Fear and Pain” begin with Kristen who is having a conversation with Austin, who wants to know more about the highway incident and what happened there. He tells Kristen that he saw something black and about 7 feet tall, and Kristen mocks him by showing him pictures of various animals on the board.

Following that, the scene shifts to Garrett’s house, where we saw in the previous episode that Garrett keeps a gun with silver bullets to kill the werewolves. He explains all about the bullets, and he also tells them that these werewolves may be Harlan and Luna’s father, and they may have to deal with the werewolves for their safety.

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Garrett tells them to go to school and acts normally, and at school, we see that the Blake class teacher takes the test, where we notice that Everett is having an anxiety attack that is affecting all of them, and then he runs to the bathroom where all of them arrived, and during taking the test, Harlan gets angry and throws Everett along the wall, where we first see Harlan’s wolf teeth.

The scene shifts to police stations, where we see that the police find officer Miller’s car, which is parked outside the Garretts’ house; Kristen becomes curious and wants to know what he is doing so close to their house, so she tells Jang to look around. On the other side, we see that the unknown user tries to call Blake again, but the call is received by Danny.

Again, we see that Austin wanted Luna to draw a picture for him, where he tells her what he saw in the wood and she tries to draw it in proper perspective, where we find that she is in a dream and sees blood around, where Austin tries to shake him, where we see that this is not real, and where we see that Garrett tells Luna about the accident she had and how she killed the horse during her childhood, with scene cuts.

Ending Explained

On the other hand, we see that Blake’s father told her to stay at the motel, but she left for work and took Danny with her, where she discovered something strange happening and told Danny to stay in the parking lot while she went to check. When she returned, she didn’t find him where she screamed, where everyone gathered. We discovered that she didn’t scream but howled, which drew them to her.

Finally, we see Austin enter the police station and hand over the drawing he made with the help of Luna, telling her to give it to Kristen so she can put it on her board, and finally, we see Kristen find the blood spot at the scene. Werewolves, on the other hand, take Miller’s body and place it in a room where they keep other bodies, and the episode ends.

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The next episode will reveal WHY the Werewolves are grouping all the dead bodies, as well as more information about their pack and evidence that this is the correct recap, as well as the episode’s conclusion. Let me know in the comment box how much you liked episode 4 and how much you are excited about the next episode.



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