The best scenes are always going to be Jenna scenes, because they remind you that the Liars are -- for lots of people, not just Jenna -- the only monsters in this story. Even without Alison, Jenna is terrified of them: Spying on them, stealing their phones, making backup plans in case they come to hurt her again... Sound like anybody you can think of? Sounds like everybody you can think of.
Spencer continues to haunt her own home, listening to more spooky inaudible conversations Melissa's having with people Spencer's not allowed to know about. It adds up, accumulates, accretes into actual scariness.
Pam comes to Emily's door with a real Maybe Letter, all atwitter and excited for her daughter, while Spencer's call goes unanswered. Pam's overjoyed and it's a bright little moment... But from the words she's reading, Emily can tell it's somehow her forged letter, back from the dead. Pam jumps around the room hollering, happier than she's ever been on this show, and runs off to tell dad while Emily stares and mopes and moves real slow.
Torn-up letter? Gone. Replaced by a letter from A that says basically she has no intentions of letting Emily leave her sphere of influence. So Emily gets to stay a good guy as far as we know, but it's still her big lie and she's still technically the bad guy when it gets found out. That is an awesome twist.
The other three run to somebody's house so they can talk about what's happened in the last hour: Hanna's still confused about who this "Anita" is, of course, and you get the feeling Aria's explained it a few times. Aria doesn't quite say that she was feeling sorry for Jenna at the time she blew their spot, but does admit that she was feeling safe in the situation. However, if Jenna is A -- which we've circled back around to, once again -- then they're in trouble.
Just the idea of Jenna crying in front of you, it's chilling. Not even Hanna got through that the last time unscathed.
Spencer gets ready to suggest that they just go ahead and kill her finally, but then Melissa goes sketching across the yard and they spring into action. Will we finally figure out the Melissa thing? It's very windy wherever she's going, which bodes well. She runs to this car driven by a mystery person that Aria presumes is Ian...
Nope, it's Wren. WREN! He hands Melissa a mysterious bag which Spencer thinks is probably painkillers for helping Ian with his painful murder. Hanna finds this so very typical, that Melissa would get the guy she dumped to help the murderer she married. I love bringing back Wren because maybe there is no Ian, which would rule, but also because it reminds you that Spencer is capable of sucking. Hard as it is to believe. Wren and Melissa hear the girls and he scatters. She checks out the contents of the bag, and meanwhile somebody spooky stares out the DiLaurentis window and there's so many bad guys and everybody's screaming and why is Wren there and what the hell is Melissa up to and also Jason and the yard and the fence and Toby. I think it's safe to say I have completely lost track of what's going on.