The crowd parts just enough for Ezra and Caleb to get a good look at Alison as she works the throng of reporters standing before her. But is she working them or are they working her?
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Ali's father stands by her side as she reads some sort of statement that must be in relation to her sudden freedom. Well, it's sudden to us, anyway. We can't wait to hear what she's saying!
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It looks like those pleas for freedom didn't work and the liars aren't getting back into the dollhouse, so they are spending the night in the yard with their pretty, mucky dresses and each other. I'm sure their conversation will be riveting.
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I think we can agree that when you're locked outside in the freezing cold not knowing what peril you'll face next, you may have the occasional mood swing. Or maybe they are just sick of Mona talking BS.
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Alison must have been cleared of Mona's death. We know she loves attention, but this might be a little bit too much, even for her. Will she start spilling some more secrets and make them public knowledge, or will she write a tell all?
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Looking at the ground, the liars contemplate how they got to this point in life. It sure looks like they could be debating how to start a fire to get warm before having to rely on some old-fashioned body heat.
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Aria pleas with someone to set them free. It's most likely Charles, but Emily seems to be staring in a completely different direction than the other liars. Could this be proof that there are two A's?
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Mona is deep in thought, but who could be on this liar's mind? She's probably thinking that she isn't as good as A as well as ways to ramp up her own form of deceit.
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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