Sara Harvey is seriously so sketchy.
On Pretty Little Liars Season 6 Episode 15, she went to extreme lengths to ensure Ali was on her side in trying to find out who killed Charlotte.
Below, TV Fanatics Jay Ruymann, Rachel Miller and Paul Dailly are joined by Meaghan from The Hunt for A . Join in as they discuss Uber A's computer hack, Sara's secret tunnel and Mona's involvement in all of this.
React to Caleb putting a virus on A's computer?
Jay: Poking the bear. It's great to see that they're more confident against this big bad, but they still haven't learned nothing good is going to come of this.
Rachel: For once they’re actually one step ahead of this new Uber A. Hopefully this will piss the new A off so we can get into more suspenseful A drama instead of all the relationship drama we’ve been seeing so far.
Meaghan: Finally real action is getting taken against a villain on this show. They have grown up and they aren't just going to sit back and take it anymore. They've worked too hard for these new lives they've built to let some anonymous, old man mask wearing, emoji using, bully, burn those lives down.
Paul: It was hilarious and it was a good way of letting the new A know that these girls aren't just going to sit around like sitting ducks.
Where does the hole in the wall in Sara's room lead to?
Jay: The bowels of hell (Radley). They built the hotel over the remains of Radley, so there's probably some secret passageways left below, places that the construction workers wouldn't go to.
Rachel: It leads to all the various plot holes that have yet to be answered. Or it could led to Sara’s Charlotte shrine in the Radley basement.
Meaghan: To Cece's buried treasure of dolls, masks, and red coats? Or seeing as Sara is so interested in it, maybe it leads to an endless supply of water where she can shower all day to her hearts content.
Paul: I'm sitting here laughing at all three of your responses. The wall is as hollow as Sara's personality and poor Aria's stuck in it.
Could Mona be involved in this new A story?
Jay: I want to say no, but I wouldn't be surprised. I want to see that Mona has redeemed herself in these five years and separated herself from the person she was in high school, but in Rosewood, old habits die hard.
Rachel: I don’t think she’s in on it this time around. Although I really love sneaky/enemy Mona, I think she may have actually changed over the past five years. Only time will tell.
Meaghan: I really hope not. Don't get me wrong, I think Mona has always been the most interesting villain on this show. However, I've always liked it more when she is on the Liars' side. I really hope all she is doing is using her old A skills to help her boss's campaign.
Paul: I'd like to think she's learnt her lesson, but I'm not so sure that will be the case.
Is Sara trying to turn Ali against the liars?
Jay: I don't even know what Sara is doing. She looked like a teenage boy about to egg a house when she was spying on Alison. Maybe she is genuinely trying to find out who killed Charlotte, because of their connection, so that's why she's so shady, because she believes the girls did it.
Rachel: I honestly don’t know what role Sara Harvey plays in this new storyline. We still don’t even know exactly how Charlotte and Sara met or how Sara was persuaded to torture the girls. I just wish Sara would go far away from Rosewood.
Meaghan: I think that is giving Sara far too much credit. Seeing as she appears to be this seasons perpetual red herring, I'm gonna guess she really does just want to find out who killed Cece. Or she is getting ready to kill Ali in order to eliminate the competition for Emily.
Paul: I think she is. She's always had it out for them and she'd love to have them put in the frame for the murders.
How will Emily's egg donor storyline pan out?
Jay: I'm not sure. That egg threat at the end of the episode was so lame. The eggs will probably be destroyed in the end, but emoji villain is going to steal them.
Rachel: A will probably steal them until someone comes clean about Charlotte’s death.
Meaghan: The real question is, why do the writers think we are gonna care about Emily's eggs? Knowing the direction this show has been slowly heading in over the years, Sara will probably end up with the eggs implanted in her, pregnant with Emily's baby, full on soap opera style.
Paul: I'm not too sure about this one. I hope they get frozen in the event that she wants to have kids down the line, but A's going to take them.
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Note: Pretty Little Liars Season 6 Episode 16 airs Tuesday February 16 at 8/7c on Freeform.
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