No way Toby is dead... right?
No way Hanna could be making worse decisions these days... right?
We tackle these questions and more in the latest edition of the Pretty Little Liars Round Table, all of which pertain to "The Homecoming Hangover."
Is Toby dead?
M.L. House: No... but someone has to die soon. For all the stalking and eerie messages A has left, nothing of significance has actually befallen any characters yet. The show needs to raise the stakes in order to raise the drama.
Mrs. Northman: Never read the books, but from the looks of Emily's fall last week, it's doubtful. I still find him uber creepy in a weird, hot way.
The Barnacle: I'll say yes. The show can't conclude two straight episode with cliffhangers based on character deaths and pay off neither, can it?
Which relationship are you more excited over: Spencer and Alex, or Emily and Maya?
M.L. House: I'm more excited about a root canal next week than anything involving Emily and Maya. But while Diego Boneta is a horrible actor, that salsa scene was sort of hot. I'll go with Slex.
Mrs. Northman: Neither. But I suppose Spencer and Alex - only because there could be a possible love triangle with the whole Wren situation.
The Barnacle: I'm a male. Emily and Maya are two females. Do you really need to ask this question?
Is this the end for Aria's parents?
M.L. House: No. Her father has so many more words of wisdom to pass along.
Mrs. Northman: I don't think so! These two pretty much bring the drama from the adult aspect and I really do believe Aria's mom will forgive her father - eventually. After a couple more episodes of back and forth fight, of course.
The Barnacle: No. Every primetime soap opera needs at least one stable, two-parent household. Byron and Ella are like Jim and Cindy Walsh on the original 90210. Give them time. They'll work it out.
More bone-headed decision by Hanna: Tossing away the file, or staying with Sean?
M.L. House: Sean, clearly. Who doesn't find that turkey video hilarious?!? Lucas is sweet, caring and can actually relate well to the insecure girl inside of Hanna. She should totally hit that!
Mrs. Northman: That's a tough call. Something about Hanna just screams idiot for me. I suppose tossing away the file is worse because tossing the file in the river is not getting rid of it. Hello ladies - ever hear of burning evidence that works against you???
The Barnacle: While viewers may not believe Toby is the killer, the girls had good reasons to buy that story... and then they threw the evidence away. That takes the dumb cake over any relationship saga.