What are the significance of these animals to the episode? Did Mona throw one at Aria in the hopes that it would bite her and make her ill? Quite possibly. Nothing's shocking in Rosewood.
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Spencer and Hanna are back out of hiding and ready for the truth, but where exactly is it? I'm will to guess that some part of it will be in that cage. Are A's threats tested on animals? I wouldn't rule it out on this show!
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Someone clearly walks in to the laboratory and that's why the liars are in hiding. Where is Mona? Could she be helping the liars out, or has she done a runner? We have no clue!
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Aria looks somewhat frightened and she may be holding some incriminating evidence, but just who is she scared from? We NEED to know. We'll have to tune in live to watch as the drama unfolds.
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Aria sure looks happy about something, but I'm sure it isn't what her new friend is doing. We all know that the gals can put on a fake smile when they need to be. Aria needs help and she's using her good looks to get it.
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Why is Aria so focused on a roll of film? Might she have captured something recently with her camera that could be key to unraveling this mystery once and for all? Again, we have no idea. Maybe she saw Meredith or something.
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It's Caleb, but what is he not happy about? Well, let's be honest, no one in this image looks happy. It looks as if the liars know something incriminating about him, but as always, we'll have to tune in to see what is really going on. Looks can be deceiving in Rosewood.
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The liars sure are throwing this person a lot of shade. The possibilities really are endless for they would do that to, so you might as well move along and we'll REVEAL it on the next slide!
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Pretty Little Liars Quotes

Hanna: Spencer say something. Why are we like radioactive?
Spencer: Bitch chipped us.

You think the truth is this big shiny disco ball of purity then go ahead and try it. See what it gets you. Telling the truth to the wrong person at the wrong time is how I ended up where I did. Take it from me you're always better off with a really good lie.

Alison