The Epic Lesbian Saga of Kira and Her Werecoyote Girlfriend (Totes Canon)
Once upon a time in season 3.5 or whatever, Kira was the new girl at Beacon Hills High. Her dad was also the new teacher and was like “hey class, this is my daughter, she has no friends.” Parents. So embarrassing. Kira’s own attempts at making friends include walking up to a table of strangers to talk about demons and death.
Later she is wandering around the school alone (she’s still new, she hasn’t figured out this is always a bad idea) and gets chased around by a wild coyote, but it’s okay, Scott rescues her. Kira continues to have no friends, and her crush on Scott is going nowhere. “The only one who has shown any interest in me is a coyote,” she says. But her dad is a comedian/psychic and suggests “Maybe you could date the coyote.”
But what they don’t know? The coyote is actually Malia, a hot teenage girl! She just got stuck as a coyote after she accidentally killed her family eight years ago. And she’s creepy Uncle Peter’s secret daughter. (What?)
Malia proceeds to be mostly unimportant for the rest of the season, while Kira discovers she is a badass kitsune with magical insta-katana skills.
Fast forward to season 4, and Kira is totally dating the coyote. They accompany the pack to Mexico to rescue Kira’s leather jacket bff, Derek. Lydia is pretty sure the rescue plan sucks, because it all hinges on Malia being the Johnny to Kira’s baby, i.e. using her wild kingdom skills to teach Kira to dance in a top secret Mexican nightclub.
Kira doesn’t hold a grudge against Malia for trying to kill her that one time, because she didn’t mean anything by it, she was just kind of feral, it could happen to anyone. Now they can fight together instead of against each other, and Kira totally protects her #1 girl, whether it’s from berserkers or stray lacrosse balls. And of course they bond of being the hottest non-wolf supernatural canids of Beacon Hills. In summary:
And that’s what you missed on
Glee Teen Wolf.