Spencer has seen that there's more to the mystery than the identity of a bully. There's something bigger and fiercer than texts and blackmail.
There were a lot of times in "Let Me Go" where law enforcement seemed more like a band of vigilantes rather than well-trained and organized professionals.
"Out of Sight, Out of Mind" tried my patience on more than one occasion, but the game is set up for what should be a more rewarding end to the season.
"Next!" might've been the quintessential episode of Bunheads.
Seriously, how can these agents/police constantly let people get away?
Everything about Leslie and Ben's nuptials was winsome and sweet, choreographed to manipulate your invested senses.
While "Hot Water" left us hanging with Spencer's development, we're sliding more pieces into place for a fast-approaching finale.
This is one of those weeks where I feel like Joey is the smartest person on this show. He's just hampered by being a small child.
How Spencer continues to be the best, I don't know. But the rest of the Liars really helped her out this week by lowering the bar of excellence.
It's almost like The Following is aware that this is the point where we decide whether to keep watching or delete the series recording from our DVRs.
He's baaaaaaaack. And he's the living worst.
At this point, what are you hoping to see happen by the time the series finale rolls around?
"The Poet's Fire" filled in some of the blanks for us, exploring the nature of Carroll's little cult.