Redcoat merely being the real A+ is like, the quantum effect of an observer collapsing a wave function. I'm really not overplaying my confusion at this point. I hope it's funny, but I also know that if you ask every question you can think of, it helps you pay attention to the information. And that we're entering the second half of the season, which is leading to Big Answers come summer's end, and I want to be as confused as possible when that happens so it'll be super exciting to watch.
Once you've had the peak experience of Mona Vanderwaal running around a burning forest lodge screaming "SHE'S EVERYWHERE AND SHE'S NOWHERE!" it's like your whole life just becomes a single-minded pursuit to re-experience that high.
Pam is explaining to her husband that she has been suspended from work until they find the key that Emily totally has, and Emily just feels more and more terrible as they discuss living off credit cards until she gets another job, and then the lights get very bright and a car drives into their living room! SMASH! Crash and burn, girl!
Based on Twitter, this is the most traumatic thing that has ever happened on TV, but I say it's pretty classy of them to show us Pam being perfectly alive before we cut to the
In which A bitchily / hilariously buys some home repair supplies and a gift card from the local Website Page Home Repair Store. I just hope Toby has time to get it fixed up before the raccoons move in.
Hanna's finally desperate enough (slash sane enough) to get Mona's help with her mom. Caleb, of course, is not cool with this, leading Mona to quote "prove her loyalty in the most unexpected way," which I for one certainly hope involves blowing up more substitute teachers. (Unless it's a truly insane plan I thought of, which given that it's Mona it might be, and means very different and scary-sad new suspect/s in the murder.) Spencer returns to "an old haunt" to look into Wilden's death, and Emily possibly flees for Haiti with Rumer Willis because at this point, who knows. Ezra's hot on the case of this A stuff starting up again, while Jake helps Aria figure out what's going on with Mikey, which I bet is that he is: Wonderful.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps The Killing, Pretty Little Liars, Ray Donovan, Mistresses, and True Blood for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, Twitter, and Facebook, as well as a regular column for Tor.com, Geek Love.