This is the second week in a row that the A credit scenes hasn't given me chills -- and I'm about as happy about it as Spencer was at the start of this episode.
Ezra's mom approaches Aria, who is sipping her virign drink like a seven-year-old flower girl at a wedding. I bet she wishes it was spiked because Ezra's mom then goes on to tell her that she has destroyed Ezra's life.
It's okay if you peed your pants. This episode was so crazy and really yell-worthy (i.e. SCARY). My mom and I decide we're going to talk about people like this for a long time, if only we were smart enough to do so.
Aria sinks into the couch with Ezra. As he puts his movie back on, he turns to kiss her head and also looks back at said sock drawer. "When you're loyal to man, you're loyal to everything about him ... Even his faults," the movie line says.
Spencer's at the hospital watching Garrett's every move while she's on the phone with Emily, replaying said every move. She stares as he picks out some "hideous" and "tacky" flowers and notices that he writes a note.
Amazingly, despite the demands of so much larger an episode order, Heights is as well-produced and professionally packaged as those shows.
With Melissa gone, the Liars exit the closet, but not before finding a garment bag from a costume store. When they unzip, there's no costume, but there is a single feather. Is she the Black Swan?
But he tells Hanna that there's someone he doesn't want her talking to or seeing anymore: Mon-A. She doesn't owe her anything and she shouldn't go to Radley anymore. Hanna's "your sweet" reply doesn't sound very reassuring.
When Mona won't budge, Hanna says she owes her and loses it, pretty much out of nowhere. Soon, major insults and chairs are thrown and Wren asks Hanna to leave the nut house.
As children become teens, we've prepared them with mixed messages of love and hate. Pair that with the complexity of identity development and we have the perfect recipe for bullying.
A crash of thunder wakes up Hanna and Aria before Spencer reemerges to reveal that Emily is gone. Cut to Emily -- with shovel in hand -- standing over Alison's grave which has been dug up, opened and no longer holds Ali's remains.
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But right as A is about to enter the shower curtain and presumably, Marion Crane her ass, the phone rings. When Hanna gets out of the shower, A is gone, without a trace.
If two female characters have scenes together, are they talking about something other than their love lives? It's amazing how few movies (only two of the Academy Award nominated pictures this year) and TV series pass this test. Pretty Little Liars, however, would pass this test with flying colors.