Mona may seem like she has the best of intentions, but if we've learned anything about the girls (and guys) living in Rosewood, it's this: Everyone has something to hide.
This was easily the scariest hour of television I've watched in a long time ... Then, we see Jenna, clearly the one Melissa should be glaring at, who is checking out her eyes and raising her eyebrows. She can see!
I get it, it's a TV show. But still, it's kind of frustrating where this week's episode picks up after last week's cliffhanger.
Spencer and her dad take pictures and then hit the dance floor because he wants to "bust a move" and "pump up the jam." He should probably stop reciting titles 1989 dance hits since these girls weren't even alive then.
Wilden grills Caleb, but he is confident he didn't do anything wrong. Wilden is getting feisty and says, "I wanna watch you log in" ... Caleb asks Garrett if he's sure he wants to show Wilden what's on there, while Hanna and her silk pants are trying to hack in from her bedroom.
All Hanna's got is an initial and a whole lot of suspicion. She tells her mom there's no name and we know she not lying. Then, she asks if she did it, prompting Hanna to skillfully shed a couple single tears before her mom leaves the room without another word.
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Ezra predictably shows up for Aria. He stops his car in the middle of traffic, gets out, calls her name and gives her a perfectly cinematic 180-degree, slow-motion pouring rain kiss ... Three cheers for student-teacher romance?
That's exactly how I feel at the end of this episode: Baited. Pretty much anything revelatory to the liars was something we already knew ... and the Lucas revelation was just frustrating.
It's been one TV month (four real ones) since Hanna, Emily, Aria and Spencer sat dirtied in party dresses at the Rosewood Police Dept, suspected of homicide. Now, they're picking up trash while donning far less fashionable, but equally filthy orange jumpsuits as a group of grammar school children play jump rope and chant a rhyme about liars that sounds exactly like last season's finale. Subtle.
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