After Gerard's defeat and rescuing Jackson in the Season 2 finale, Allison tearfully apologizes for her actions, and because she needs space, they break up, but they still care for each other afterwards.
Melissa also learns and eventually accepts Scott's new life.
Scott is hurt when Allison and Isaac develop a romantic relationship but eventually comes to terms with it.
Scott starts going out with Kira Yukimura after learning she likes him and she is also a Kitsune.
Scott lives with his mother, Melissa Mc Call, and has a part-time job at Beacon Hills Animal Clinic as an assistant to veterinarian, Alan Deaton, who is his father figure.
In Season 1, with the help of his best friend, Stiles Stilinski, and fellow werewolf Derek Hale, Scott struggles to control his transformations, balance his high school life with being a new werewolf, and keeping his loved ones safe from the enemies that his new life presents.
Scott is optimistic, good-natured, kind-hearted, protective and caring. Over the series he exchanges his social awkwardness and naivety for a clear sense of duty in being a burgeoning leader in the supernatural world.
Scott sees his new werewolf status as a curse and wishes to find a cure.
Scott now sees his werewolf ability as a gift to protect those he cares for.
Also, Scott gains a close friend in fellow werewolf Isaac Lahey, and over time comes to bring out the humanity in Derek.
Scott later learns his father, Rafael is back in town something he and Melissa aren't too happy with, as he'd left the family when Scott was only a toddler.
In Season 3B, because of his Druid sacrifice, Scott now carries the burden of having a darkness around his heart like a scar.
Arden Cho, Shelley Hennig, and Dylan Sprayberry joined the cast for Seasons 4 and 5.