On "Into the Deep," Hanna got a bit of a break when Ashley made bail.
Below, our Pretty Little Liars Round Table panelists discuss whether Ted is the good guy we hope he is; whether Mona checked herself into Radley; and why Jenna is afraid of CeCe and more. Join in the Q&A by pulling up a virtual chair along side staffers Teresa Lopez, Leigh Raines and Carissa Pavlica now...
Is Ted too good to be true?
Teresa: I was sure it was going to be Ted after Hanna confided in him. But then I was thinking, how could he afford it? Maybe he's got some help from the A-team or Red Coat. Remember, we're not supposed to trust anyone.
Leigh: I think Ted might be one of the few genuinely good dudes in Rosewood. I think the Marin women deserve nice guys. But did Mona pay maybe? So confused.
Carissa: I was all into believing he was a great guy, but now I’m concerned. Someone was killed in the church bell tower, he seems to have gotten the money together for Ashley, or at least told her he did…it’s getting sketchy.
Did Mona check herself into Radley? And for what purpose if so?
Teresa: I think she probably volunteered to check herself in after her confession. She does have a history of being mentally unstable. I wonder though if her time in Radley will make the police doubt her confession. Either way, it seems like the confession was not just for Hanna's benefit. She needs something at Radley.
Leigh: Mona probably pleaded insanity to get back into Radley. She has some sort of crazy access there. She can run shit from Radley.
Carissa: The way she traced the words in the desk at Radley made me wonder if she doesn’t feel safer and more secure at Radley than she does anywhere else. I’m certain there are still secrets for her to discover there, but I think she did it because it’s the best place for her to be.
Do you think the hole drilled last week was into Jenna's floor and CeCe is spying on her?
Teresa: Maybe. I'm still trying to figure out whose house Red Coat went under.
Leigh: It's possible. I thought maybe it was in the DeLaurentis house.
Carissa: I never realized how similar all the houses looked until I lost track of where in the hell Red Coat was going. It looked like the DeLaurentis house, but then I realized it looked a lot like where Toby and Jenna lived, too. Maybe it’s like a cutout neighborhood where every other house is the same.
Do you buy the bit about Jenna being afraid of CeCe and, more importantly, ONLY CeCe?
Teresa: I'm sure Jenna is scared of more people. Why wouldn't she be scared of Melissa? It seemed like Melissa was pulling the strings in last season's finale. Plus, I think she's a little scared of the Liars. Trouble does seem to follow them.
Leigh: Since when is CeCe so dangerous? Is Jenna scared of her because she blamed the plane ride and fire on her?
Carissa: Maybe Jenna is scared of everyone because she realizes that they all know she was watching them with her “blind” eyes and knows a lot more of their secrets than she lets on. She better lay low, a lot of people might think she knows things, even if she doesn’t.
Do you care at all about Emily's swim career?
Teresa: Not really. Swimming at Stanford was never going to happen if the show was going to continue for another year. But I am sorry that she and Paige are going to be separated, which will inevitably lead to their breakup. Only question is: do they break up now or later?
Leigh: Like literally less than the root canal I had this week. I love Em and I think she has other qualities that will get her into college. That was kind of a dick move of Paige. Also Public Service Announcement: staying long distance in college SUCKS.
Carissa: Nope. It was fun when it meant people got trapped in the pool and it was all dark and mysterious. But as a way to keep Emily and Paige together or to get Emily to school? Boring.
Carissa Pavlica is the managing editor and a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.