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.
Every time I’m about to give up on "Pretty Little Liars," it reminds me why I watch in the first place.
Last night’s episode was the first time since season 2 kicked off last month that I was actually excited to relive the events through my own recap.
So, without further ado:
Nightmares are bad enough when they’re unrealistic. I can’t imagine dreaming about someone in a hooded sweatshirt cornering my friends and me in a dark movie theater, only to wake up knowing the event could actually happen. Foreshadowing, perhaps?
Melissa, searching for her lost wedding ring, wakes Spencer up from her bad dream before running upstairs to take a private phone call.
To fool their parents into thinking they’re taking time apart, the girls each start new activities. Emily continues swimming, Hanna begins working on the yearbook with Lucas and Spencer plays field hockey. Aria enrolls in an art class at the very same school where Fitz and his ex-fiancee Jackie (what a small world) teach. Another small world story for you: Jenna is in her class.
And we’re back.
After what felt like the longest hiatus in teen drama history, “Pretty Little Liars” returned to the tube on Tuesday.
Despite being one episode into season 2, it seems we’re no closer to finding out who A is than we were when the series premiered last summer. It’s frustrating, really.
“Pretty Little Liars’” first season finale left its 3.6 million viewers dumbfounded in their living rooms, willing season 2 to begin.
Well, it’s finally here.
In a matter of hours, we’ll rejoin Spencer, Aria, Hanna and Emily on their quest for answers regarding their friend Alison’s untimely death. And thanks to the series of inexplicable events that left Ian dangling lifeless in a church bell tower, we have another missing person - or missing body, rather - to investigate.
I rarely say this, but, OMG!
Having known that A’s identity wouldn’t be revealed this early on in the series, I was expecting to be a little let down by last night’s season finale.
After all, why leave us with some extravagant cliffhanger when the mystery of A is enough to keep us coming back? And besides, what else is there to tell? It turns out, quite a bit.
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