Totally think that Nate killed Maya. And I don't think Jenna was warning Emily about Paige.I don't trust Paige either, but let's also look at how convenient Cece's position was in all of this. There's one scene that I can't get out of my head: when Spencer and Emily are fighting and Spencer uses the word "snake," you see that someone is watching them (classic PLL style) but what I kept noticing is that we get a glimpse of the color of the shirt the lurker is wearing - it's a kind of royal blue. I immediately looked for that color in Paige's outfit but instead found it in Cece's (remember the blue blouse she was wearing?). She was already putting up flyers or something so she had an excuse to be at the school... and she had full access to those boxes she gave Spencer...I love Spencer so much but it bothers me how she will set her mind on a suspect and forget about everything else. Her being so smart, I'd expect she'd learned her lesson by now! Then again maybe she's A and is playing with everyone. Now *that* would be a cool plot twist.
@Zoran - I don't think it's the same dress. The color is the same but the skirt part of it is a little different. And they have worn the same clothes - in this past episode! I don't think people noticed but Serena was wearing Blair's dress when pretending to be her to help Dan. LOL
This is not the first time Blair's been like this. It was very subtle but in the last episode, all of her scenes with Dan when she kissed him or the like, it felt like she did it because it's what boyfriend and girlfriend do, rather than because she really felt like it. When she kissed him at the end of last episode, it looked mechanical, and she pulled away quickly, giving off the feel of "Ok, that's done. Now let's eat." Not to mention what happened next. I read this in other forums but someone brought up how Blair's voice has sounded fake lately - not like the usual badass Blair but more like she's humoring Dan. I think she thinks she should want to be with him, or maybe even thinks she wants him, but her instincts are telling her otherwise.
oops - that last bit is meant to say when HE (Dan) touches her arms before professing his love.
Something that I picked up on, though - was Blair's body language in this episode. First, when she let Chuck touch her hand (I'm not gonna go all fangirl saying OMGG this is pure love!) - but the fact that she didn't pull away or accuse him of being a Basshole trying to make a move on her (like she's done before - lol) shows a certain level of intimacy. Now - it can also mean that she was distracted by just having seen Bart Bass (ahem). But let's not dwell on that. When she comes back to Brooklyn and talks to Dan, then leans in to kiss him - it all felt kind of....fake. She pulled away rather quickly, like it was more the right thing to do rather than what she wanted to do. Honestly, it reminded me of how I acted when I was desperately trying to convince myself that I still loved my boyfriend, when there was affection but no love or attraction.... (it sucked, btw). Finally, when she touches her arms before telling her he loves her - she seems stiff, not comfortable. Thoughts?
It doesn't matter when the filming stopped. They're saying that the opening gives us a CLUE for what will happen in the finale. Now, we can interpret this in many ways - obviously.
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