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Stilinski: "You been tied up before?"
Argent: "Many times."
Stilinski: "What, is that, uh... part of being a Werewolf Hunter?"
Melissa: "I tried to download him on as much as I could..."
Stilinski: "Yeah, I was starting to feel a little bit left out."
Argent: "You knew. I remember meeting you once, before you were Sheriff. You questioned me on a body. You knew something was up. You weren't ready to believe it."
Though the three had been in the same place throughout Season 1 and Season 2, the three did not truly get to know each other until Season 3, when the Darach Jennifer Blake kidnapped Stilinski, Melissa, and Argent in turn with the intention of using them as the "guardian" trio of sacrifices in her five-fold knot ritual. It was then that Stilinski was finally initiated into the supernatural world and the three began working together as allies due to their status as the main three "pack parents" of the newly-formed McCall Pack, which was started by their three children, Scott McCall, Stiles Stilinski, and Allison Argent.
From then on, the three became closer as they worked together to guide and support their children as they defended Beacon Hills from supernatural harm. Melissa and Noah, who had known each other for years as a result of their sons, Scott and Stiles, being best friends, had mild romantic chemistry throughout the seasons that never developed into anything more, while Chris and Melissa ultimately grew closer and began a romantic relationship in Season 6. With their respective professions as a Hunter, an advanced-practice nurse, and a county Sheriff, the trio each brought important skills and connections to the table as they helped the McCall Pack battle supernatural creatures hell-bent on causing chaos in their hometown.
Chris, Melissa and Noah are known as McArgenski by fans.
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In Time of Death,