Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 3 Review: The Talented Mr. Rollins

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How will the liars get out of this one?

On Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 3, the liars fought to get Alison away from Dr. Rollins, but the plan took a deadly turn and Hanna wound up killing him. 

Elliot really had to go, but I didn't expect it to be so soon. He was a terrible villain. He didn't try and hide the fact that he had it out for the girls. He was consumed by his urge to make Alison pay for something she probably never even done. 

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Did anyone else notice the scar on Elliot's neck when the gals were in Ali's hospital room? Could Wren be hiding behind a mask? 

It's certainly in the realm of possibility with this show. This is the show that has twins popping up everywhere, so there's that. Right now, I don't think that Elliot or Mary are in cahoots with A.D. 

There is going to be someone else calling the shots and the influx of past characters returning will only further fuel this theory. Mary is nowhere near as bad as I first thought she would be.

Elliot's death is also making me wonder who Alison was scared to meet in the flash forward on Pretty Little Liars Season 6 Episode 10

With Elliot out of the way and the body buried, could it be the police that are onto Alison? That wouldn't be surprising. 

Yvonne: Do you have another favor to ask?
Spencer: Look I really don't want to cause any problems between you two.

Elsewhere, things on the relationship front for the liars were strained. Hanna was hiding the fact that she ended things with Jordan. This seriously makes me think she's doing it to keep Spencer happy. 

Spencer was less than impressed to learn about Haleb's kiss, so wouldn't it make Spencer a little bit frightened that Hanna is back for her man? 

Probably, but Hanna should be opening up to her friends about her life. They're meant to be her best friends. Then there was Spencer, who came back into contact with Yvonne. 

I don't blame Yvonne in the slightest for being off with Spencer. She had a point when she addressed the fact that Toby seemed to be in on the schemes. 

That's probably why Spencer tried to keep him well away from anything to do with getting dirt on Elliot. She seemed a little jealous about Toby's engagement, but she realized that it was time for her to really move on. 

Whether that's with Caleb or not is another story. Things aren't going great. Spence finding out about Caleb's kiss with Hanna will only further complicate things for them. 

Emily continued to get herself into very awkward encounters with her partners, but I'd advise her to steer clear of Sabrina. She seemed a little more than friends with her ex-girlfriend. 

Sabrina wasn't that nice to Emily in The Brew, so I'm surprised that Emily didn't just let her go and move on with her life. There's only so many times that you can try to get someone to go out on a date. 

"The Talented Mr. Rollins" was a solid episode of this Freeform drama. This season of the show seems so much more mature than previous seasons, and it's making it much easier to watch. The liars seem to have stopped making horrible decisions. It feels like we're on the home stretch to the end of the series. Can Freeform just go ahead and announce it already?

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What did you think of the episode? Are you happy with the direction the show is going? 

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Note: Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 4 airs Tuesday July 12 at 8/7C on Freeform

The Talented Mr. Rollins Review

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