August 17th, 2011
01:35 PM ET
Of course Jason isn’t going to admit to breaking into your house and taking pictures of you while you’re sleeping. One, that’s creepy. And two, you’re not on a show called “Pretty Little Truth-Tellers.”
Last night on “Liars,” Emily and Spencer tell Aria about Jason’s creepy shrine to her in his darkroom/shed. And yet, she doesn’t seem too concerned.
August 10th, 2011
11:36 AM ET
This week, “Pretty Little Liars” explored a very real and serious issue affecting teenagers today: Sexually explicit dreams.
Aria, whose relationship with Fitz is most likely on the outs, can’t stop fantasizing about Jason. It’s like this girl is addicted to drama - dating her English teacher and lusting after her late friend’s sketch-ball brother.
Why can’t Aria just find herself a nice crooked cop to date like Jenna did? (But I digress.)
August 3rd, 2011
11:26 AM ET
For the second year in a row the CW network ranks number one in a study monitoring portrayal of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) community.
That's according to the fifth annual Network Responsibility Index from the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).
The study examines the quantity, quality and diversity of images of LGBT people on television by evaluating primetime programming on the five broadcast networks and 10 major cable networks. FULL POST
July 27th, 2011
12:39 PM ET
After last week’s, dare I say, flat episode of “Pretty Little Liars,” we were due for some “Pretty Little” drama.
The girls may have dubbed their fashion show an “A-xtravaganza,” but more clues would have been nice after leaving us with an extended clip of Ali and Ian’s romp the week prior.
Those clues came last night in the form of – drum roll – a potential murder weapon. But I’ll get back to that.
July 20th, 2011
02:37 PM ET
We might not have learned anything new about A on last night’s episode of “Pretty Little Liars,” but we did learn something even more important: don’t wear sticky lip gloss to make out with your crush.
“It’s all fun and sexy until somebody hacks up a hair ball.” Noted.
In keeping with stereotypical high school affairs, this week the girls participated in a fashion show. And with any big event comes big drama ... and even bigger hair.
July 13th, 2011
05:32 PM ET
I wish I could say, “I didn’t see that coming.” But I did.
Here’s a little piece of information I picked up watching “Law & Order”: If there’s an overwhelming amount of evidence tying one person to a murder, they’re probably innocent.
On that note: Sorry for doubting you, Ian.
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