Gather around below and join Leigh Raines, Teresa Lopez, Nick McHatton, Christina Tran and Carissa Pavlica as they relive one episode and look ahead to another...
How long will it take someone to tell Ezra he has a son and will he be angry to be the last to know?
Leigh: Dude, Ezra is finding out next week. Maggie will come see him, Aria will answer the door, fallout will happen.
Teresa: I totally agree with Leigh. Aria will get busted and then Ezra will be incredibly angry. This could be a disaster for their relationship.
Nick: Leigh's got it covered on this one. It won't take long for Ezra to know.
Christina: I'm with the rest of the gang. Ezra is going to find out next week. Not only will Aria be left regretting what she did, but Ezria will be over.
Carissa: It might wait until next season, giving it time to really fester. Blissful ignorance will lead to even more anger about not being told.
Being that it was the episode before the big betrAyal, were they trying TOO hard to set up Paige?
Leigh: Obviously something is up with Paige that we don't know, I just feel bad for Emily. I don't know why A would have it out the worst for Emily, I feel like she was Ali's favorite so maybe that's why?
Teresa: We all know that this show loves red herrings, but Mona was the obvious choice last season, which made most of us dismiss her. I'm guessing Paige is probably dangerous.
Nick: Paige has something she's hiding, obviously, while it may not be an A personality I do think it's something connected to A.
Christina: I'm with Nick on this one. It's too easy to assume Paige is betrAying the girls.
Carissa: Until this episode I was certain Paige killed Maya. But now it seems too convenient. Nate the Nut is a better fall guy, but maybe Paige will just kill him.
If Paige isn't the big betrAyal, who's your second choice?
Leigh: Nate or Wren. Nate is definitely not who he says he is. Wren has always been shady. Also he obviously isn't too helpful is Mona is just walking out of Radley next week.
Teresa: Nate would be my second choice because he's been acting major cah-razy lately. He's not taking Emily's rejection to heart, and he might not have taken Maya's too seriously either. He seems like the type to be overcome with jealous rage.
Nick: It's probably someone we haven't seen in a while. Lucas, Noel, but Nate certainly isn't off the list. Second choice is still Alison.
Christina: Wren and Nate. Both strange dudes with undetermined purposes.
Carissa: To be completely off the wall, I'll say Caleb, but only because his personality did such a turnaround to keep Hanna in his life.
Every once in a while Jenna seems comes through for the liars. What did you think of her warning them about Paige? Real or red herring?
Leigh: Real. Jenna is a quiet and shrewd observer. I think her ill will is more towards the other liars than Emily.
Teresa: Jenna could have just as easily been talking about Nate (as many of our readers have helpfully pointed out). She wasn't sure who was with Emily, just that she wasn't alone. Since she just saw Emily and Nate together earlier, it's possible she meant Nate. It's just easier to think she was talking about Paige because of all of CeCe's warnings.
Nick: She was purposely cryptic, and combine that with Nate's newfound knowledge that she isn't blind and he's now just as guilty as Paige of something.
Christina: Real. However, I want to know what Emily's "friend" did to scare Jenna like that.
Carissa: Real, and I like when she shows that side. I do wonder who she was talking about now, though. I just blindly thought it was Paige!
Nate is still in Rosewood because ...
Leigh: ...he wants to meet the girl that Maya was leaving him for. He was never Maya's cousin. He was her boyfriend.
Teresa: ... he doesn't understand what lesbian means.
Nick: ... to send out maximum creepage vibes.
Christina: ... we need another person to be suspicious of. With him, we are up to umpteen.
Carissa: ... someone has to be killed during the betrAyal! (fingers crossed)
Carissa Pavlica is the managing editor and a staff writer for TV Fanatic. She's a member of the Broadcast Television Journalists Association (BTJA), enjoys mentoring writers, wine, and passionately discussing the nuances of television. Follow her on Twitter and email her here at TV Fanatic.