Spoiler alert: If you haven’t watched the Pretty Little Liars summer finale, stop reading NOW! READ FULL STORY
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HUGE spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, stop reading now. READ FULL STORY
There’s only one week to go before the big midseason finale, and I’m pretty excited to see if this season can turn itself around and actually make me feel like the hours I’ve spent on PLL have been worth it. Pressure’s on, Liars!
With Tanner showing up at school and sitting down to bully the girls, I am reminded again how insane it it that this many adults are intent on demeaning and undermining four teenage girls. It’s all so indirect and catty and … yuck! Why don’t the adults in this town act their age, not their shoe size? But Spencer has a plan. And Hanna has a new stalker. (Please, please stop introducing new characters to this show.) READ FULL STORY
Hi! Let’s take a sunnier approach to this week’s edition of “no answers, mo’ problems” as we journey on through the murkier and murkier waters of Rosewood’s biggest mysteries. As for all of our complaints:
“You guys are about as quiet as a monster truck rally, now shut up!” It’s PLL day! Hanna’s house doesn’t have space for homeless Emily (but has Spencer considered how giant her own house is?) – and Emily’s not the only one locked out. “BUTTONS!” I shouted as Ezra tried to get into his classroom. Not because that’s a nickname I’ve given him, but because his shirt had at least 5,000 buttons on it. Poor guy is distracted – he forgot that shirt was really ugly.
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Are we all still here? This morning I found myself thinking “oh it’s PLL day – why am I still watching this show?”
It’s not because of the intricate mysteries – the plot and all the characters are kind of a mess at this point, as a tangled and most likely unsolvable maze. But hey, the clothes are great (thanks to everyone helping me find them) and the drama is entertaining. The boyfriends are cute and loyal and the quips are hilarious. The “twists” and filters and moments of creepiness have started becoming so laughable I feel like I’m watching a horror movie from the 1920′s. So let’s do this!
I’m here with my sister – the woman responsible for my Pretty Little Liars obsession – and we’re ready for some answers. Instead of giving us more questions, we want some resolutions. Or else we … won’t do a damn thing if we don’t get them. We’re too addicted.
Outfit Watch #1–Mrs. Fields looks amazing in her stressed out casual clothes.
Outfit Watch #2 – Aria’s comic print dress. Its structured sleeves and sheer top make it the perfect geek chic. Find me this dress!
Manicure Watch – Hanna has white tips and I love them.
Clearly, there’s nothing new going on if I’m so focused on the outfits. Hanna’s mom is still in jail, Spencer’s mom is still trying to spring her, Emily’s mom is still in trouble at work, and Aria’s mom is still in Austria. The girls are basically dealing with the fallout from this. Where’s Calby?
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After that lackluster backdoor pilot from last week, I was counting on PLL to show up in a big way this week. The opening sequence was meh — until it cut to the Boyfriends. The music, and all the work they’ve done piecing together the giant puzzle that the rest of us have been running to keep up with made me really pumped. Then Toby said “let’s get started,” and I thought “it kind of looks like you already did!”
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Hannah didn’t realize that simply holding the gun could get her up to seven years in prison – and burying a possible murder weapon definitely isn’t making her look less guilty. But she does have Lieutenant Tanner on her side. The hard-nosed cop has a hunch Hanna is covering for someone – but who? Nobody really knows, not even Hanna herself.
One of the things that makes the Pretty Little Liars world so creepy is how easy it is for the girls’ enemies to insert themselves into their lives. School switching is a common occurrence (and it was sure weird when Oliver did it on The OC), and everyone moving into town always seems to be smack in the middle of the drama. The Liars are prisoners in their hometown. READ FULL STORY
Hanna has been kicking us off every episode this season – but usually with witty banter or dessert shirts. This time, it was with a blood curdling scream that got my heart racing. Her nightmare about her mother in an orange prison jumpsuit with her hair missing in patches was also… alarming.
In the Hastings home, Spencer draws a parallel to her sister and the city she now inhabits. Beautiful, but cold. Poor Spencer isn’t going to get into any college with her time spent at Radley hanging over her head – unless she solicits the help of a college admissions expert who specializes in problem cases. READ FULL STORY
Outfit Watch: Hanna is wearing an ice cream shirt! But don’t get distracted, Liars. Ice cream is fun but mystery solving is serious business. Caleb explains the caliber of the gun Hanna’s dad is missing, she gets defensive, and attacks her friends. Everyone is freaking out – and everyone has their own family loyalties to consider. Emily’s parents are being investigated by social services, Hanna’s mom is being implicated in Wilden’s murder (if only to Hanna and Caleb) and Spencer’s sister is under scrutiny. But she deserves it. Only Aria’s family is safe … for now. READ FULL STORY
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