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"The Homecoming Hangover"

Fallout from the disastrous homecoming dance is at the center of this episode. Moreover, the Montgomery household starts to receive text messages... from someone other than A!

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"There's No Place Like Homecoming"

Time for homecoming! That iconic high school experience takes place this week, but all doesn't go smoothly. Not with A still stalking the lives of our favorite main characters.

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"Reality Bites Me"

Aria's parents have it out this week, after the news leaks that her dad had an affair. That's just one new development on the episode "Reality Bites Me," which we've recapped in detail.

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"Can You Hear Me Now?"

How do you stop yourself from being stalked? By blocking all texts and emails, of course. The girls try that this week. Meanwhile, one of them received a gift from a surprising crush.

  • 4.1 / 5.0
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"To Kill a Mocking Girl"

A continues to taunt the girls this week. Meanwhile, they try to pay tribute to their former friend's memory and Aria has a tough encounter with her dad's past mistress.

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"The Jenna Thing"

With more text messages, e-mails and notes from A arriving, the four girls try to figure out who is sending them. This leads them to a discussion about Jenna Cavanaugh and what happened to her.

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On the series premiere of Pretty Little Liars, a group of classmates are troubled by a few messages they each receive: they arrive courtesy of a friend that disappeared years ago, or at least it seems that way.

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Pretty Little Liars Quotes

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

If you believe a lie, it becomes the truth.

Mona
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