Pretty Little Liars "I'm Your Puppet" Review: One of Us, One of Us

Pretty Little Liars S03E23: "I'm Your Puppet"

After witnessing Malcolm's adventure, I think there are three things we need to teach our young people: (1) how to eat an ice cream cone without getting it all up in your chin bandage, (2) laughing that hard at marionettes only encourages them, and (3) you've gotta have just a little bit of stranger danger.

I'm just saying that a boy should be concerned if his heretofore unseen caretaker eats popcorn while wearing leather gloves. Why do the hoodies insist on eating the greasiest food possible while wearing the gloves? That's a red flag to me and should've been a cause for alarm to Caleb's son—I mean, Ezra's son—Malcolm.

Even though "I'm Your Puppet" was the penultimate episode of the season and we should be concentrating on all the things PLL did this week to set the table for the two-hour finale next week (and we will), I would be remiss not to at least call attention to how funny this episode was. I mean, even Emily had a laffer ("Cars don't float. If they did, pilgrims could've driven here.") and she's the Official Liar Stick-in-the-Mud of late.

The one-liners seemed to rain down during the first half-hour. Hanna had her usual comedic attention ("Where do you sell a hot bell anyway?") with Aria pouring it on with the melting comment. Interestingly, Emily's best role on the show is of the straight man, someone to ground the scenes, the Moe to Aria and Hanna's Shemp and Larry. And then remember that line about Em and Shana and "Ex and the City"? Okay, so they weren't all winners.

But that's the classic Pretty Little Liars rope-a-dope. The show lulls us into a false sense of vaudevillian security before showing us a dead body used as a tool for A's terrorism. I'd like to know who created that mask before PLL appropriated it, who thought that was a charming thing to wear for a costume gala rather than a deeply frightening item on s a base and animal level.

While Aria and Hanna certainly had their own troubles with A this week, they were mostly man-troubles that were easily resolved (and basically were by the end of the episode). The Liars left holding the loose ends are veterans, the deserving-of-attention Spencer and the shocking upstart Emily.

Emily is the new driving force for external A investigations. She's the one who pushed them to use the Candystriper guise (which seemed like it was ripped right out of Barney Stinson's playbook) to get a picture of the dead body and politely suggest that her mother give her information about whatever the police found out from sifting corpses from the ground.


My first instinct was to roll my eyes at how the show rolled Em's Toby arc into this season after only hints and subtle suggestions that the two were still friends after he figured out his abs were not going to help him infiltrate the group through Emily. But after coming to the understanding that she changed her life under his watch, it's understandable that Em needs to see this through, and it shows great restraint on the writers' part not to spell it out for us like we're dimwits. Emily never said she was looking for Toby's body because she needs to know just as badly as Spencer. I don't think it'll break her like it did Spence (insert shot of Emily sipping brown liquor alone at a kitchen table), but I do think Toby is a relevant motivation. And, let's face it, Aria and Hanna aren't leading the charge of anything.

But, as has been the case for the past few weeks, Spencer was the one who revealed, unraveled, and acted the most. In one fell swoop, she: figured out Mona's game, uncovered Mona's secret stash of escape products, implicated Cece "Mother of Bruce" Drake even more deeply in the schemes designed against herself and her friends, made Wren more of a villain than his usual child-smooching grossness does, and placed Melissa among the ranks of those accused of treachery. Seriously. All of that just from knocking the head off a rocking horse.

The thing that will make tongues wag, though, was Spencer pulling out a black hoodie of her very own. Through an audio flashback, we put it all together that Spence accepted Mona's offer to join the A-Team. It's no wonder that she was willing to join up. What is her life right now but a shattered image of what she thought it used to be? It probably wasn't a surprise to many of you that Spencer signed on, though her motivations are questionable. Is this clearly the next step for her in order to find a way to be close to Toby again (assuming Emily's proto-evidence was enough to cast a shadow of doubt over what Spencer saw), or is this just a way for her to bring the A Operation down from the inside?

It's her hoodie hug that makes me wonder if it's as much the former as it is the latter. In any case, it'll be interesting to watch her transform from victim to bully, both physically (watching her don the hoodie and gloves for the first time) and narratively (you have to assume torturing Aria, Hanna, and Emily is, like, 83 percent of what associates of The A Corporation, LLC, do with their days, and Spencer handing down that punishment will be something to watch).

Just as much as loved ones are being used as puppets in A's game against the Liars, they're being used as puppets against us. The story is being wielded in a way that prevents us from being able to surmise what's going on or what next week will bring us. I wouldn't even put it so far past the show to treat the gloves or the hoodies as a metaphor, a symbol that whoever's wearing them is one of the unidentifiable minions we can't see because a hand would reveal too much. Maybe the gloves aren't supposed to be actual gloves but purely a way to keep the mystery going, the equivalent of blurring out a person's features. Probably not, though. Probably they're purely to annoy me.

I'm looking forward to the finale next week and have no idea what to expect. I like that.



NOTES

– It's weird that Spencer didn't just mention how she knew it was Toby. "The tattoo, you guys. It's the tattoo. That's how I know." Seems simple enough.

– Shana still trying to get it from Emily. It's almost like A says, "Well, that Toby thing really blew up, huh? It's what we get for trying to saddle the only person in this group who asks questions. Egg on our faces." Now they're preying on poor Emily. Poor, gullible Emily. But, to be fair, Shana is pretty foxy and convinced an Olympic swimmer to make her way out to Rosewood. That ain't free, Em.

– I didn't say anything about Ezra and his creepy habits earlier so people could read this review and not feel like I was maligning, disparaging, or otherwise indicating my malice toward this fictional character. What I will say about Ezria being on the outs is HA HA HAHA HAHAHAHA. It's the first smart decision Aria's made in quite some time. And, in case you were worried about Malcolm, it's probably okay that Aria is leaving him alone with Ezra and Maggie. Ezra only seems interested in girls between puberty and age eighteen. Malcolm should be just fine as long as he doesn't listen in on any tutoring sessions. "When a teacher and a student love each other very much… "

– Eddie, I like you. "Hey, sunshine" is the phrase of the good guy to a nice lady. Please don't turn out to be a creepshow.

– The apothecary/plague doctor mask at the Scuro Carivale ("Dark Carival"):

...possibly our new favorite villain, Wren?

– The Lying Game Season Finale Review [spoilers ahead for a show that's not PLL. If you're planning to catch up, you should skip this bullet point entirely]: Oh. Em. Gee. Did you see how Cordilia is actually Sutton's mom? And Sutton knew about it the whole time!? At least it didn't take eight miserable seasons for us to find out who the mother is? Oh! HIMYM burn! And that marriage! Talk about unholy matrimony, am I right? Sorry that no one reviewed The Lying Game this season. It's just that no one asked about it. Oh well.

– Did they choose Faust just for the "deal with the devil" joke while Spencer looked at her two tickets? Are we to believe that Spencer was the one who picked Malcolm up from karate?

– "Oh, honey. You didn't even know me when you knew me." Ali is particularly condescending and Southern grandmother-y when she shows up in Spencer's dreams.

– Fake Rish was just plain outclassed by Troian Bellisario in that Radley scene. Mrs. Hastings needs to just head back to Europe.

– I was hoping for buried treasure, not basic board-game maps and a window with a janky latch. I wanted to see the doubloons A uses to fund this operation.

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You didn't call out the literary reference this time! When Aria's mother was erasing the board, we got a glimpse of Ray Bradbury and a quote from Macbeth: "By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes."

Bradbury wrote a novel called "Something Wicked This Way Comes." Per Wikipedia:

>Something Wicked This Way Comes is a 1962 novel by Ray Bradbury. It is about two
>14-year-old boys, Jim Nightshade and William Halloway, who have a harrowing experience
>with a nightmarish traveling carnival that comes to their Midwestern town one October.

And there was the foreshadowing the Malcolm and the mysterious carnival (although I think we caught a glimpse of one of the A team preparing for that carnival a few episodes back).
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Aria didn't freak at the instructor nor call the police because everytime the Liars have done something like that it has always backfired! And by now they should know that it's really unlikely of A's team to actually kill someone not involved in the plot!
I've always thought Wren was a suspect, I'm so happy he got himself involved!
What I didn't like is the part about Cece. She's such a new character, for her to have such a big role, I find it a bit unfair!
This time I loved every Liars: I actually always love Hanna, I love Emily when she's tough, Aria finally broke up with Ezra and finally got played by A (I never liked to think about her being A...) and Spencer... she's the only one that can solve this mistery and her developing's good.
Please let Alison be alive. I so want her to be completely worse-than-Mona crazy!
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Spencer wan't even on my suspect list, still speechless, I don't know how this is going to end up
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"I smell dead people"

made me crack up, especially since Hannah probably has no idea why


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Spencer being on the A team makes ZERO sense. Why would she be investigating the table game map if she's on the team? Why doesn't she ask Mona all the questions instead if they are besties all of a sudden??
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>Spencer being on the A team makes ZERO sense.

Sure it does. As the review noted, we just have to figure out which of the possible motivations are involved.

>Why would she be investigating the table game map if she's on the team?

Because the map had the clues she needed to learn how Mona left the hospital at will.

>Why doesn't she ask Mona all the questions instead if they are besties all of a
>sudden??

Mona only had a short time with Spenser and can't be seen hanging out at the hospital. I'm guessing that Eddie is assisting Mona by providing all of these Mona-related things to her.
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ok the lying game this season has been great and i would love for somebody to review it, specially this couple of last episodes have been very surprinsing.
now about pll, its obvious it was spencer the one who took the kid.
and i like wren sooo much i dont know if its the accent or what but evil or not i want him on all the time!
btw loved the freaks/ dreamers reference we accept you one of us!! we accept you one of us!!
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Okay, I'm officially asking, if the Lying Game comes back on, can there be a weekly review?

On a more on topic note...PLL's was great! I hope Spencer is secretly infiltrating the A team in order to take them down from the inside out. I really want Spencer to be a badass anti hero.
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Oh god the plot of PLL is so convoluted and has made so many twists and turns that we're nearly right back where we started... I love it. Still want Spencer to choke a bitch though.
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I cannot help but think if Aria would have show the kid pictures of Alison and all her friends and people she suspect asking him "who is Alison?" they would know who A is so I don't know who is the dumbest this week. A for taking such a big risk and acting as if a kid could not identify him (I love when show use kids as small zombies spending their time eating and playing without ever being able to think or talk, it's so realistic.) or Aria for not thinking about asking the kid what the person who took him looked like.
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Yes, we were all worried about Malcolm because now he is going to be alone with Ezra whom we all know is (how did you put it a couple reviews ago?) a "child toucher" because he dates Aria. I knew you couldn't get through your review without likening Ezra to a child molester. Gotta keep the shtick alive. Maybe now that he's not with Aria anymore there won't be any need of your "joking" comparisons, but I wonder what will now sustain your one man crusade against teen shows that depict the Aria/Ezra type relationship. Perhaps your condescension and self righteousness.
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Doesn't anyone find it concerning that Aria looks like Malcolm's older sister....but it's her boyfriends kid!! I am so over Ezria.
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As far as the law is concerned, he's a rapist. Regardless of it being a consensual relationship, he's in the wrong. It never should have gotten to a point of being a physical relationship. Nick is entitled to his opinion of Ezra and that relationship. I know of several other people that share his opinion and several people that don't think it's that big a deal. But the manner in which you address this every week makes you seem just as condescending and self-righteous as you accuse him of being. You are more than welcome to disagree with his opinions and critiques. We all get different things out of the shows we watch. But at least try and do it in a more respectful manner.
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Really a rapist? The last time I checked the age of consent in Pennsylvania where the show is set is 16, so a rapist? in your (slightly judgmental) eyes maybe but in the eyes of Pennsylvania state law I think not. I love somehow how I've now become the defender of the 22-23 year old dating a 17 year old, and all I wanted was for the reviewer to stop calling Ezra a child molester. And how have I been addressing this every week? I've only ever commented on 2 of his reviews, if anyone's been addressing something each week it's the reviewer and his constant Ezra bashing in every review that features him since he began. Frankly the only problem I had with the relationship was that he was for a short time her teacher besides that I could care less. No clear thinking person would say with any seriousness that the character of Ezra is a rapist. If you think that someone of Ezra's age dating a 17 year old is rape then what must you think of the UK, Canada, Scotland, and many US states etc. where the age of consent is 16. Are they all degenerates because a relationship like Ezra/Aria could happen in these places and it not be against the law? Maybe the people who enter into those relationships are making a mistake but it's theirs to make without other peoples patronizing sense of moral superiority always at play. Things aren't always strictly black and white in fact they almost never are.
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I have no problem with the age thing. I never stated that I did. So I'm not being judgmental. Personally, I think that if a 16 year old can be considered mature enough to drive a car they should be mature enough to make that kind of decision. If she were any younger, yeah it might make me a little squeamish. My only problem has ever been the teacher/student relationship. And, regardless of my personal feelings, at the end of the day, if they parents want to press charges, they can, regardless of the "age of consent." I've seen it happen before. An 18-year old dating a 17-year old. Parents didn't like the guy she was dating so they pressed charges. Now he's a sex offender. Hence the "rapist" comment. Doesn't reflect my feelings on the matter whatsoever.
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Parents just can't press charges cause they don't like the look of the guy, age of consent laws be damned. The age of consent is the law, I would bet the 18 year old being charged as a sex offender for dating the 17 year old case happened in a state where the age of consent was 18.
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I don't think the age difference is what is really shocking in the show. (frankly I have trouble considering a 17 year old teenager as "a child") What is disturbing is that both Ezra and Wren has jobs where they deal with teenagers and abuse their position and authority to date them. No need to be a psych to see that there is something questionable about such kind of relationships...
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I think it goes beyond Ezra and Wren. All of the parents seem to be wildly negligent and also treating their kids like they're adults. They all have their own cars, go wherever they want whenever they want without telling anyone where they are, apparently stay at their boyfriends' homes (Aria), and seem to raise themselves while their parents are off in Europe, Texas, New York, or other points unknown.
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I agree that him dating her while he's her teacher was a bit dodgy. I think once he found out she was his student, if he wanted to continue seeing her he should've quit straight away.
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I don't know. I guess I'll just have to sustain myself with Wren's propensity to make out with underaged girls. Don't worry, Dwight. There are enough child-touchers in Rosewood that I'll have material for years.
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I'm sure you will and everyone here will be glad to have The Moral Crusader to keep them safe otherwise who would be here to force their one size fits all moral code on all of us.

Okay everyone just calm down. I just want to say although my comments have gotten a bit more snarky I mean no disrespect (though you were a bit condescending when you implied somehow I was taking your jokes personally and I was just fangirling and didn't realize Ezra wasn't a real person) I just wanted a little push and pull of differing viewpoints and that has gotten way off track.
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I'm so glad the writers finally killed Ezria. ^o^ Now hopefully the narrative can move forward a bit more fluidly.
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I didn't understand aria reaction as well because I would've definitely freaked out if something like that happened to me but putting that aside as to maybe there is some rational explanation to her reaction like she knew it was A and didn't freak out because she wanted to take care of business herself without involving anyone cause that's the way PLL roll they keep everything for themselves. if they would only learn to share … anyway in this case I don't blame aria, I totally blame that karate instructor I mean I had to pick my niece from kindergarten a couple of times and they always ask questions like what's your relation and if your family? And sometimes they make you call the parent to approve. so I find it incredibly irresponsible to just let some perfect stranger pick up a kid without even asking him more than one question then what is his is name.

No one talked about who punched Alison, I'm assuming she got punched because how else would you get a swollen bloody lip, it ain't " I just ran into a doorknob " injury, my bet it was either Melissa although that would be the obvious choice or maybe cece according to late events, I mean if someone gets you kicked out of school you are likely to react badly towards that person.

Also should I be suspicious of ella what was she doing in that carnival all by herself seemed odd. and ever since watching this show dolls are totally creeping me out. Those were some freaking crazy scary marionettes to use for a kid play. Just saying. (I am aware of the irony as to my profile picture is a doll but to my defense she's wearing a "buffy rule" T-shirt)
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OMG! I am so glad that someone finally mentioned how much Ezra's son looks like Caleb! He looks nothing like Ezra or Maggie. He looks like a love child of Aria and Caleb! I am so psyched that Spencer is on the A team. I am sure that she is playing double agent, but it is cool to finally have one of the girls on the inside. I am hoping that Aria does not change her mind and go back to Ezra... she needs a new love interest and I cannot wait for the possible Emily/Paige/Shana love triangle! Yes, the A mystery is all well and good, but they need to start mixing it up a bit more!
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"– Did they choose Faust just for the "deal with the devil" joke while Spencer looked at her two tickets? Are we to believe that Spencer was the one who picked Malcolm up from karate?"

^ Yes, Nick! Spencer was holding those weird puppet show tickets and A's hoodie, she also figured out a way to sneak out of Radley.

As for the show, I seriously can not believe Spencer is ALREADY part of the A team. I totally thought it would happen in the finale! The episode was fantastic! Troian was simply brilliant! You should have asked people about who they think the girl in the red coat is !

My predictions for the finale: (SPOILERS AHEAD)

- If they go by the books, it looks like the girl in the red coat is actually Alison or her twin sister Courtney. < (Season 4's first episode is titled "'A' is for A-l-i-v-e", Alison for A = for Alive?)
- Toby is alive! There's just no way that they would kill Spoby.
- Jason is "the other body" the police found buried. He is dead. :( <
- We finally find out who killed Alison (or her twin) possibly? Melissa may be ? <
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This episode was ruined for me the moment that Aria had her exchange with the karate instructor. Why would she act like nothing was the matter? Why wouldn't she say "that's impossible, I'm Aria. What did the person who picked Malcolm up look like!?" If she knew that A took Malcolm and that it was going to all blow up in her face, why wouldn't she say something?

This is one of my many frustrations with this show right now. There are just so many things that don't make sense. The liars are constantly spouting all of this "We have to get to the bottom of this" big talk and then are instantly spooked and run away the second they are about to uncover something. I used to love this show, but now when I watch it I find myself doing more eye rolling than I am actually enjoying myself.
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I know right could she be more of an idiot... the woman was like "is there a problem" and she's all like "hmmm nope!" just freaking say yes!! I was supposed to pick him up who the F did you let take him?!!!
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Totally agree with you about that Aria scene! Who would just let that go?
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absolutly agree with you!
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Troian Bellisario. Nuff Said.
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Okay, so I had to yell at my TV a little bit last night. Probably made me look like I should be in Radley.

Seriously, how is Aria that dumb to just be like oh it's ok that some random person claiming to be me picked up by boyfriend's kid. No big. And it only strikes her hours later that MAYBE she should go to the police.

I like Emily's sudden take-charge attitude but I really think it's only because she's needing to prove this isn't Toby versus really taking charge on the finding A front.

I really want to believe that Spencer joined the A Team so that she could get the info from the inside and take down the people that are tormenting her and the clueless squad and "killed" her lover. Why else would she still feel the need to be clue hunting and talking to Ali. Other than really jumping off the deep end, sanity wise.

I am now fully convinced (not that I wasn't already) that Wren is in on all of this. He knew that Spencer wouldn't be there when Eddie was wanting to give her the book. Maybe it's just me really wanting to believe that Eddie is actually a decent guy (although this is Rosewood so he probably has something nefarious going on) but I really wanna trust that guy. And Wren's story about CeCe seems just too neat and tidy. Granted, I trust CeCe as far as I could throw an elephant but that just reeked of lies.

Do buried bodies count as buried treasure? Cause we at least got that....... And the tattoo WAS smudged, correct? It wasn't just my eyes playing delightful tricks on me? And I thought it looked like a particular scar but I couldn't tell 100% just from pausing the TV. Either way, me is sad cause it means fewer wonderful abs for me to stare at.....
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I thought the tattoo looked a bit weird too. At least I'm not the only one.
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I WANT THE LYING GAME SEAON 2 TO BE REVIEWED! SOMEBODY DO THAT PLEASE
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anyone else think it was just Ezra that took Malcom? I mean even a really stupid kid surely wouldn't be so cool about spending the evening with a total stranger (has he ever met Spencer?) and would maybe think to mention it to Maggie, whereas if it was just Mr Fitz-pervert Malcom would probably not even think to say 'hey mum this weirdo in a black hoodie and weather-inappropriate gloves took me to see puppets... and he totally stole my popcorn'
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I also agree that it was Spencer who picked up Malcom from karate class. Also now that we know for sure that Spencer accepted Mona's invitation to join the A team her monologue speach from last episode makes a whole lot of more sense. She was "apologizing" to her friends for what she would have to became and do in order to survive.
For me, Wren is more of a creep than Ezra because he kissed Spencer while engaged and tried to hook up with both Hanna and Spencer when the girls were in the rebound. At least Ezra' deal so far has always been Aria.
Well, I truly hope Eddie is a good guy and not another crazy Nate in disguise.
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Next week is 2hr finale??? Sweeeeet.

BTW Spencer is def the one who took Malcolm. It was a test.
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It's only an hour. They're doing a sneak peak of Twisted that's gonna air this summer. :(
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I am kind of curious if the audio recall was totally just in Spencer's head or part of the conversation that we didn't see from last episode between Spencer and Mona (Mona, who I still want to smack upside the head). I really don't know if she is going inside man or what, I think she ultimately wants answers about Toby and Alison but the rest she doesn't care about.

For the first time, I am really suspicious of Ezra. First off, he, Maggie and Aria were the only ones who knew. Second, he really couldn't have misunderstood what she was trying to say so I assume it is important that members of the A team have a connection with each of the Liars.

I have liked the lying game more than PLL this year, but, I am not totally convinced it was Thayer because I really think he was in LA when Derek died, and if it was somehow rage induced (and I was worried about her) he didn't really scare Emma. I am kind of tempted to think that Alec and Thayer might be protecting Mads and her drunk binges). And Ted, you still need to tell Kristen and a banquet was probably not the best place for it either because you need her to listen past the fact that Rebecca got pregnant from the affair and that is going to be hard.
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and here i thought no one was reading these comments....(and now it seems that thayer killed theresa. and possible derek).
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Spencer joined the A-team and crossed to the Dark Side. Even if she did it for right reasons (and I'm not so sure about it) I think she's going to regret it soon - I doubt Liars will ever forgive her for fraternizing with the enemy. I think it was Spencer who picked up Ezra's Spawn from karate class. Is it me or does Spencer have "the Mona's crazy look" all over her face? I doubt she's faking it. She's not even taking her meds - it's like post graduate in lunatic's education. I'm starting to believe Spencer might be both crazy and the new villain for Liars.

Wren is even more creepy then Ezra now. That's a big deal.

I agree with you, Nick - Aria is getting too old for Ezra. He would dump her in few weeks anyway.
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I think the show has the A's wearing gloves so they'll have more flexibility with gender & age, as well as viewers not wondering why more fingerprints aren't found. But the girls' clothing tells me it's not cold enough to justify wearing gloves, so I'm surprised no one in the puppet show was suspicious enough to at least make an anonymous call to police.
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Spencer took Malcolm. But it's because she had to prove that she's really in with the A team. I think she's trying to get A from the inside. She's the only one of the liars who's smart enough for that kind of plan. And yeah, at the end she just hugged the hoodie because it reminded her of Toby or something. Fingers crossed...

It's about time Aria left Ezra. Not that I think it's going to last. Btw had I been Aria I would've freaked out when the karate instructor said Malcolm was already picked up. And who doesn't check ID?

Emily should just leave Paige and get it on with Shana. Paige is annoying. Not that Emily should have a relationship with Shana. I'm just saying: her first girlfriend got killed, she has/had trust issues with the second and now apparently something is going on with Shana? Not that Emily's ever going to admit it... Get your life together, girl!

You could see A playing Hanna from the moment Jamie paid the pizzas. I mean, come on, easy prey.
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And what is it with Alison and non-quite-dreams dreams? By now I'm not even sure she's dead. Odds are she's not, anyway...
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To me, she's alive until I see a body. Soap opera rules.
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Soap opera rules are always the safe bet.
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I think the guy behind this week's creepy mask looks more like Ezra than Wren. And I did miss the usual Ezria comments, those always make my day...
Even though I think Spencer joining -or aparently joining- the A Team is a great turn of events, I find it hard to believe. I can't buy it because I seriously don't understand her motivation. However, come on, the girl can do much more from the inside of a pschyatric ward than Emily, Hanna and Aria altogether...
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This episode was great, Spencer is in the A-team must be recent because of how she reacted when she found out about Toby. I think Soencer is not A but the real A has something against her and she had to join the team. But what, I don't know...
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Yeah,I believe those gloves are,so we couldn't see,if it's male or female hand. But I always wondered,how it must feel like in summer? Crazy hot,sweating...

I was surprised how they handled "kidnapping" of Malcolm.
Aria:" Here to pick up Malcolm"
Karate female:"Your friend Aria picked him up already"
Aria:*surprise face*"Oh*lemme think*that's ok "
Karate female:"Any problem?"
Aria:"No..*Wait,I am Aria*..."

HOW THE FUCK DIDN'T SHE GO CRAZY AT THAT WOMAN!?!?!? DID YOU CHECK ID??(Yeah A-team could have easily faked it,but that's what normal person would do! ask I mean,not fake id :D)
And she acted like it's no big deal...oh well,Ezra lost his kid...means more time for him and me:D At least while Ezra and Aria were together,I was like "well,if he get job at school again,at least he won't rape another teenager." I always find silver linings:D:D

Hanna cracks me up. Good theory,that Spencer might have took Malcolm. Didn't think of that.
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LOVE Spencer as A. She's the best.
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Also, yes, she's totally the one who stole Malcolm.
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I agree completely
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