The liars now appear to be buying what Mona's selling, but as always, she isn't to be trusted. She is a wild card at this stage and I'm sure she knows way more than she's letting on. Will she come clean, or is she stringing the gals along?
Mona joins the gals and we can only imagine how scared she is that Charles wants to meet his family. He could easily kidnap her again and put her in a definite peril. What will their plan be and will they finally get to see their tormentor?
According to the official episode description, Aria and Emily are NOT interested in capturing him, while Hanna and Spencer get set to hatch a plan to rid their lives of this vile tormentor. It's a little weird that Aria and Emily wouldn't want to help.
Spencer and Hanna are back out of hiding and ready for the truth, but where exactly is it? I'm will to guess that some part of it will be in that cage. Are A's threats tested on animals? I wouldn't rule it out on this show!
Hanna and Spencer are stealthily infiltrating some sort of laboratory, but why? Considering we know they are going guns blazing after Lesli, my best bet would be it's connected to proving she is their tormentor.
Well, that argument lasted like two seconds, right? We want to know what's funny as much as you do. Who could they be gossiping about. Our little liars could be laughing at anyone, we don't judge them!
It's Caleb, but what is he not happy about? Well, let's be honest, no one in this image looks happy. It looks as if the liars know something incriminating about him, but as always, we'll have to tune in to see what is really going on. Looks can be deceiving in Rosewood.
Given that the official episode description says that Kenneth Dilaurentis gives the liars clues they need in order to find out the truth once and for all,it only seems natural that the liars would be a little under pressure to get to the Radley documents before they are destroyed.
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.