Liars: "Will she always be like this?"
Anne: "With therapy and the right medications, people with these imaginary fictional personality disorders can get better. Often they become series regulars, acting as sort of like a Teen Hannibal Lecter."
I know they're watching me. I don't look bad, considering. I like this lipstick. What's it called? Toffee Tango? They think it's over. Loser Mona's going to the nuthouse, and those precious liars are going home to sleep with their windows open and their doors unlocked. Don't they know that's what we want?
So that's two awkward mentions of toffee. Hmm. And then, the A-Tag this week is pretty stellar too, along those lines. Mona gets a visitor in her padded cell, still looking like ten miles of hot mess crazy, and of course it's Red Dress, and of course these are the last words we hear for the season:
Mona: "...I did everything you asked me to."
Anne thanks Toby for giving her the courage to come back home to help them, and then abruptly Toby reveals that he was only pretending to hate Spencer for some reason, and then they make out. So that's fine. So now Aria and Spencer have their dudes back, no matter how little sense it makes.
Hanna's still a fucking basket case, so -- less because of the very real threat Mona just reminded us about than the fact that they have post-traumatic heebie-jeebies -- they take her to Emily's...
Where Pam's waiting, to tell her Maya's body was found at midnight. Just when Mona's watch was going off.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. Find him online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. Also of recent note, and containing a lot of the themes we talk about with this show: An interview with a great pop-focus feminist blog, Girls Like Giants, and a guest review of The Hunger Games.