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Pretty Little Liars S04E07: "Crash and Burn, Girl"


A while back, we had the beginning of the Significant Others Brain Trust, a consortium of teens who cared enough about the Liars to launch their own investigation into A with the intention of bringing peace to their loved ones. It was a party of two, Caleb and Paige, mostly because Toby was busy foot-soldiering for A at the time and Ezra was a pedo creep. (That last part doesn't really have anything to do with Ezra's involvement in the SOBT, but it bears mentioning.)

It seems like ages ago that Caleb and Paige put their feminine faces together to bring Shana into our lives, with Paige as the bait. So far that's amounted to very little, since Shana seems to elicit no information but can always been seen in the wrong place at the wrong time. She's not so much instrumental to any cause, but she's always around for general suspense and possible malevolence.

Meanwhile, Caleb has traded in his swimming partner (where did Paige go?) in what should be an upgrade but turns out to be kind of a lateral move. After being part of A's Majesty Service, you'd think time as a Hoodie would've provided some insight and hands-on knowledge about how A operates, but he tends to only regurgitate things we already know because we pay attention to Mona when she speaks. Toby's input notwithstanding, between the two of them, they've put together a Homeland board (people in Rosewood really love those things) filled with clues and timelines. It took some teamwork and a little bit of brooding (which is what these boys do best), but they finally go to the bottom of something.


Or, well, they lowered their elevation a little bit. No one ever gets to the bottom of anything on this show.

The all-boy incarnation of SOBT put the screws to one Nigel Wright (they do kind of look like cast members of Teen Wolf and/or Vampire Diaries, after all), who owned the lighter that Toby found, and who was the pilot of the flight that brought Red Coat (who he said was Watermelon-Baby-Lover Cece Drake) to the Liars' whole-house bonfire. It was a very similar revelation to what the SOBT found when they discovered Shana, someone who's definitely connected but not necessarily the spooky character they were looking for. Although Nigel does have a penis, which makes him extra suspicious. It's a win for the SOBT and good work that even Spencer can recognize.

Despite "Crash and Burn, Girl" starting out really silly, the regular Liars' brain trust also enjoyed a bit of success this week (kinda). The episode's teaser was probably one of the more hamfisted ones of the season (series? I'll stick to season), with Emily dropping cornball bombs all over the place. "The Brew can't deliver the one thing she really wants: her mom" made me cringe, and her dialogue didn't get much better from there. It was a general continuation of Emily holding the title of Worst Liar lately.

Honestly, the Fields wouldn't have any trouble if it weren't for Emily and her shenanigans. If she isn't hollering for no good reason and running off to make them look dysfunctional, she's copping important evidence that she feels she and her friends would be better at investigating than the professionals at Rosewood PD. Granted, so far the Rosewood police have proven themselves to be about as effective at law enforcement as first-graders with badges they got out of a cereal box, but you have to wonder what you're going to find at a combed-over Wilden's place that isn't a trap set by A.

The point is, Emily does wrong things and they constantly bite her in the arse. Getting her mom suspended and thereby implicating her in Wilden's case (because of the nature of the evidence) was about the worst thing she could have done to her mother. And then a car drove through the living room.


There's no real reason, in my mind, for this to have happened. It seemed way over-the-line even for higher-stakes A. Perhaps A was upset because, since Emily was being so self-destructive, A didn't have to do much to put the doom cloud over the Fields estate (a tip-off to the detectives that the Wilden key was missing would've been all it took). So A sent a car through the window and aimed it at Mama Fields just to flex some muscle. "I will bring you down! You will not bring yourself down! Stop stealing my thunder!" I'm waiting to see how the Fields fall into Ali's past and, therefore, become targets. Byron, yeah, he was being blackmailed and basically busted up his marriage with indiscretions. The Hastings are basically the collective devil. Ashley Marin—nothing's been proven yet, but I'm willing to bet that she's been involved with some shady dealings. But the Fields? Their only crime, as far as I can tell, is letting their daughter attract madness to their lives.

Speaking of daughters causing madness in the lives of their parents, I know I said Ashley Marin probably did some bad-wrong things in her life, but how much evidence would be stacked against her if her daughter didn't have to get out of a shoplifting rap? Would she have ever gotten involved with Wilden? Would there be "tension" there to provide Ashley with motive? Now, orange is Mama Marin's new black and even the magical Hastings double-team can't seem to lawyer her out of trouble. Although, to be fair, Not Mariska Hargitay didn't really get Garrett out of jail until Ian's "suicide" confession, so maybe they're not exactly amazing attorneys.


But Hanna's depression, which I think has been spot on for the last few episodes, kept her out of the Liars' reindeer games this week as she dealt with real issues and real feelings, not just the constant anxiety of what A will do next. To me, that's the interesting thing about A raising the stakes, particularly this season. There's so much more fallout. Spencer felt it at the end of last season when she learned about Toby being a hoodie. But this season has seen the unmitigated destruction of reputations and families. It's not just cyber-bullying anymore. This is the stuff that conditions a woman to calculate revenge. And I can't wait for the montage where Hanna goes Rambo on someone. She's already got the one-liners and a penchant for confrontation. Hanna Marin: First Blood.

Overall, I think "Crash and Burn, Girl" was a little sillier and cornier than other episodes this season, but there was a small bit of movement which fans of the show but enemies of its plodding will appreciate. And a car drove through the front of a house! What?! Someone's been catching up on House during the off-season.


NOTES

– Briefly, let's go through Aria's storyline. Mike's defense for crushing Connor's car is that his lacrosse stick is thin and that means, I'm guessing, that he couldn't ever lift a bat or a pipe or a sledgehammer. Lacrosse players are known for having absolutely no upper body strength (they aren't) and Mike has always been on the up-and-up (he hasn't), so that makes total sense (I'm lying, it doesn't). However, Ezra's right in that there's not really anything the principal can do, since it didn't happen on school grounds, there's been no history of bullying from Mike, and Hackett's accent is ridiculous when juxtaposed with these childish fools. I like how this situation was resolved (because the school really has no jurisdiction here), but I do not care for the tension between Ezra and Aria. Ezra can disappear for a little bit now, right?

– It's also worth noting that Ezra got his only taste of backlash for dating Aria and it was Hackett accusing him of having bias toward the Montgomery family. Yep, that's definitely the same as being called loose and suffering the embarrassment of an entire school slut-shaming you with anonymous text-messaged propositions. Completely balanced.

– Credit to Hanna for coming close to pulling a Madame Defarge. My total knowledge of A Tale of Two Cities comes from that Simpsons scene where Mr. Burns has a bunch of monkeys typing and one comes up with "the blurst of times." I like it when Hanna pulls out a little bit of knowledge to show she's not a total idiot.

– Competition for best line of the night! Hanna: "This isn't Hogwarts. There are only so many hallways and classrooms." OR Spencer: "We're not literally digging for clues." Who do you choose?

 Just so we're clear: Aria isn't creeped out by an older man scamming on high school girls, but she is creeped out by porn with tame titles like Lord of the G-String? "What do you want to watch tonight? Jimmy Kimmel or boobs?" That's a pretty easy choice. Jimmy Kimmel's probably doing another video with Matt Damon right now!

– The rotten meat: for the Liars or for Wilden? Is it actually something the police missed, or was it planted there by whoever was watching the Liars through the window?

– Caleb's grifting ability let him snatch that phone right out of Nigel's pocket. Where would you be with your absent father now, Caleb?

– Seriously, why did Emily still have the key at the end of the episode? Just put it on her desk when she's not looking and it would all be over. That would be it. You're the worst, Em.

 One quick note about the Bunheads cancellation: Could you guys watch the shows I like more often? The loss of Michelle and her proteges from my life stings. And I blame you. Okay, it's probably not your fault. But it's definitely your friends' fault. Let's give them all the stink eye for not watching.


– Your Moment of A: Hoodie fills out a $50 gift card for Emily to a home improvement store. Double insult, in that A probably sent that car through the window and is insinuating that the damage must only amount to $50 because the Fields are so poor and their house is so terrible. Okay, it's probably not that, but that was the first thing I thought of when the gift card dollar amount showed up. The duct tape will be useful, though. You can fix anything with that.


What'd you think of the episode? 

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AIRS ON 8/2/2016

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Emily is an idiot. That is all.
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Bunheads was cancelled??? Noooooo
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I just have to say that the writing on the gift card is horribly childish, for someone like A who has to come up with elaborate shananigans, you'd think that their handwriting wouldn't be that of a 10 year old.
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Looking at the gift card, that can't be a female handwriting! That's totally a guy
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A guy? That is like a 12 year old.
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Guys totally write like children, most of us at least :D
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True, now that I think about it, my boss could have written that. He is a man, not 12... Although maybe writing in thick leather gloves in the heat of July makes it hard to write pretty.
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LOL I didn't thought of that XD
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Surprised you missed the real best line: Aria's brother telling her "You're not the best liar".
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How is it that Emily had no guilty look on her face when she realised that her mum was fired for what she did. There was no shame. Kinda sad actually. It is terrible that A is going to these lengths to mess with the girls and their family. I think at first it was a little more innocent but now it's beyond a joke.
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Full disclosure: I had surgery on my ankle and leg this morning so I watched this episode on Percocets haha.

I didn't hate it. It was good to see the boys working together although I was surprised Caleb didn't press Toby more when he found the Radley file but whatever.

I like that they are making the Hanna situation somewhat realistic. I'm sure in similar circumstances I would want to live in denial land about the gravity of my situation as long as possible. But her depression over the situation makes sense as well.

Emily was just stupid. Again. But is anyone shocked by this? Yeah that's what I thought....
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I have a question that has been bothering me for quite some time now. These clerks act like it is totally normal for someone in a black hoodie and gloves to buy all this. They chitchat like there is nothing wrong. No puzzled expressions or anything. Just have a nice day. If I were a clerk at these stores and restaurants, I would at least be giving a double take.
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I have a working theory that the Hoodie get-ups, specifically during those final scenes of episodes, are only for our benefit as an audience and, within the storyworld, those characters are not in costume. It's a way to show what the A Team is doing without actually showing the identities. I'm probably overthinking it but, otherwise, I can't find any other reason for someone to eat French Fries while wearing leather gloves.
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I can't find any other reason for someone to eat French Fries while wearing leather gloves.


I'm picturing Jim Steinman doing it right now.
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I have a part time job in retail and I've had people come through in surgical masks, gloves, all kinds of crazy stuff so I really don't even think twice about it anymore. I can certainly see other people having those same feelings.
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You don't eat fries with gloves? It keeps your fingers from getting all greasy! Terrorizing people takes a lot out of you, and sometimes you just need a snack.
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Its Rosewood. Everybody is clearly very unobservant. How is that no one saw the Liars and Mona crowded round Wilden's car the night before his body was found? Even though there was a couple walking about ten metres from them?! These people wouldn't see oddness if it hopped up and slapped them in the face!
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In Rosewood you just need to stand behind a bush (even if it's Winter and all the leaves are off) and no one can see you. You're also completely invisible from the inside when your face is six inches from a window peering in.
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Jesus, Emily. Stop trying to be smart, it just doesn't suit you. Its been what, seven weeks now? Seven weeks of Emily the dumbass trying to outsmart A and be two steps ahead of her, and seven weeks of A crashing down on her and pushing her ten steps back. But, like the good little idiot she is, Em just gets up, dusts herself off, and comes up with some other crackpot plan. Come on Em, the definition of madness is repeating the same actions over and over and expecting the results to change. You will never outsmart A! Never! Spencer's IQ is probably 300 points higher than yours and even SHE cant outsmart A! Cop the hell on!!
Also, I really dont buy this whole Fields family is living on the breadline crap. They have a super fancy house in a fancy suburb, the dad is in the Army, which pays quite well, she is an only child, and the mother didnt even have to work up until recently! And neither did Emily for that matter. If they were really so broke that she might not be able to go to college, surely she would have gotten a job sooner than her final year in school? Like 8 months of after school work will earn you enough to get through Uni? Especially when you gotta put fuel in your car and tax and insure it. Sheesh.
This was a pretty meh episode, and to me, the only part of it that felt real what Hanna's storyline. She continues to be the only Liar who actually has real reactions to what is going on around her. I'm not sure if this is because she isn't crazy like Spencer and dumb like Aria and Emily, or because Ashley Benson is a much better actress than the other three. Perhaps its a mixture of both.
Aria, Ezra, Mike - YAWn.
Spencer - was she even in this episode?

BTW Nick, I cant believe you didnt mention that Jenna was talking to Nigel after he realised his phone had been stolen. I think that whole CeCe thing was a ruse. He was told to say that name in case anyone came asking questions.

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Yeah, I really missed Spencer in this episode! It's true that Ashley Benson is probably the best actrice in this series, well, together with Troian Bellisario (they both have their ups and downs, though). Ashley has really grown as an actress, she's way better now than at the beginning of this series (maybe that's also because her character has grown up a bit since the start and is less.. well.. 'blonde').

And Emily and Aria are just.. so annoying! Not even funny to see Emily do stupid things over and over again :P
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Haha "Not Mariska Hargitay," so true.
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So I just need to ask:

Does anyone think the writers have an actual plan for who 'A' is? Or do you think since Mona's reveal they don't know what to do? I know they have source material to derive from (I'm not familiar with it) , but the show seems to just be dragging on and ever since the end of the second season everything has just sort of blended together and plot lines connect through outrageous happenstance, like when Spencer was at the Sorority house and she got pushed into the wall and BAM A SECRET ROOM SCOOBY DOO STYLE. UGH

anyway..I'm just venting on the show. I haven't been watching it for years I just watched it on netflix not that long ago, because of this very reason. Nothing makes sense. It (the A mystery) just keeps piling up without unraveling.
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Supposedly they do if you follow them on Twitter but there are many times I wonder myself.
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I love you and this review so not much more to add, just some serious eye rolling at Emily for her stupidity.
And HEY, Bunheads being cancelled was the worst news I could have gotten ON MY BIRTHDAY and I'm still crying over it. Amy Sherman-Palladino is a genious and should be cloned so I can have her for myself.
I really wanted Michelle Simms back. GENIOUS THAT WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
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I didn't enjoy much of the episode itself but thank you for writing an awesome review! <

I was excited about Hannah's storyline last week, only to be dissapointed by it this week.....not much happened yet again.

*Hannah cried - Check
*Hanna's mom is even a bigger idiot for refusing to claim self defense/or guilty because even though she has no way of proving it - she's
innocent - Check
*Hannah's dad was MIA - Check
*The girls were there for Hannah though none of them was actually there with Hannah, they stayed at the kitchen holding hands but supporting Hannah (in their thoughts?) - Check
*Me - bored to death - Check, Check and Check. < 0_0

Emily proves ones again that she's a moron. (hey, really? isn't it Spencer or Aria's turn already?) She got her mom fired, but it was totally worth it! They (and us) learned nothing about A again. <

Seriously writers! I'm so dissapointed by this Season. There has been zero progress so far. And did they just forget about Ali? We haven't seen any flashbacks or anything! that makes me a sad panda. :(

Small note: So was the whole thing with Conner/and Mike resolved? Did anyone else get a weird vibe when those talked to each other? or was it all in my head. lol<

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Got a weird vibe from Conner & Mike as well. I don't know why but for a few seasons now I have suspected Mike to be gay. Which might also explain why Conner needed to make up that rumor about Aria.
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There is always a gay younger brother, right?
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So do you think students wouldn't get in trouble for insulting their teacher or sending him horrible text messages? Really, as an authority figure, the students can't really touch him. Aria, on the other hand...
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1. Emily should be sentenced for life for idiocy.

2. Did you see Ezra's shirt? He's not even hiding he's a pedo.

3. Laura Leighton looks great in orange.

4. Spencer breaking into Walden's apartment in a skirt and without gloves. Really Spancer? How low can you fall?

5. Cancellation of Bunheads pissed me off greatly.

6. Is it me or is PLL getting worse and worse with every new episode?
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Ezra wanted to look 10 years younger with that shirt, seriously creepy.
And yes, it is getting worse and Nick is so right it makes me cry, FOUR YEARS AND WE HAVEN'T GOT TO THE BOTTOM OF ABSOLUTELY ANYTHING.
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Emily is annoying me this season. She's doing all kinds of stupid stuff and expects not to be in trouble? Please. Why even break into Wilden's apartment? It's not like they'd find anything else than the police. It will be interesting to know what purpose the meat served, though. Could be a clue that Wilden too was threatened by A and gave the Liars a hard time because of that or maybe A just wanted to screw with the Liars a little (since he/she was creeping around spying on them).
Caleb and Toby just seemed silly together but at least they got the job halfway done. I could get used to that.
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This is just silly. The show. Honestly, I spent much of the episode (and Twisted is getting even worse) being surprised when I hit my DVR ff button we were only twenty minutes in.
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I was loving the other brain trust, my 2 favourite characters Toby and Caleb together plus Spencer yes please!
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the whole sneaking in to Wildens apartment thing was stupid. what did they think they would find that would clear Ashleys name that the police couldn't? And as soon as Emilys mum got the key I was just thinking, "Oh God, Emily don't, just don't be so fucking stupid. That's clearly not going to end well for you!" Until these last few episodes I've never really understood all the Emily bashing and didn't mind her character, but now she's really starting to piss me off! why doesn't she think about the fact that the police station clearly has security cameras? she keeps trying to do sneaky things there and its doomed to come back and bite her in the arse.
...also her taste in women is appalling, paige is so annoying. BRING BACK SAMARA!
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yes yes yes to Samara
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Alright, got through it now and I gotta say, I liked it.
1. Hanna & Ashley
I love how real everything's gotten. Ashley is in shambles one moment, but remains valiant when stating she will plead not guilty. It's kind of the only thing Ashley's got left: staying true to her innocence, whatever might happen. And Hanna's scene where she puts together the garment bag for her mom... That was very well done. You go PLL!
2. The boys are back in town
How awesome are the boys at spying and finding out information? Seriously, not only do they follow up on clues, they're actually good at interpreting them. They almost immediately knew that flight-plan-dude was lying - the girls would've only know that when A told them or something - and when he got away, super-crack-cell-phone-Caleb nicked himself a cell phone. Cracking skills ahoy! Impressive, that's all I'm saying.
3. Emily
Like always, she's been acting stupid. And I can't stand her. She's ridiculously selfish and dumb. Messing with your mom's job when money is kinda tight because she's trying to pay for YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH? Just plain rude. Going off to Wilden's place - and basically finding nothing of any interest - and still surprised when A finds out about it? Could you be any dumber. Though it really sucks for Emily's parents that now they got all these remodeling payments, because of the car ramming the house, I thought it was freaking hilarious, AND SO TRUE, when A sent Emily a book for dumb people. Touché A.
4. Spencer?
She wasn't really that important this episode. And I didn't really mind it. Because she's always so focused on playing Nancy Drew, disregarding her friends and family and generally her entire life, so it was nice to see her in more of a "sidekick-role" to the boys. In fact, I wish all the girls would be the boys' sidekicks from now on. Our liars are soooo god-awful at playing detective and the boys just kick ass. Call me old-fashioned, but this show should let the men bring home the bacon!
5. Aria
Ezra was back in the picture. Didn't like it. They will, no matter how wrong it is, get together eventually. It's inevitable. These things always happen. It's like Elena and Damon. Though they'll have a happy period for a while, in the end she'll get back with Stefan, right? These things just happen. Anyways, I almost always dislike her storylines because of the Ezria-thing and me-hating-that-thing. But I did find the whole Mike-thing pretty curious. Regardless of prior vandalism charges and whatnot, no principal would ever expel a kid for doing something no one can prove that he did?! That's just ridiculous.

All in all, I was pretty happy with this episode. There was less "oh everything's fine" like there usually is, even when the world feels like ending. The emotions were real this time. Our characters were able to grow (a bit). Feels good.
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Just started watching it, but before I really get into it, I just HAVE to say: how awesome is that scene where the boys are working together, with the music "the devil takes care of his own"! I was like... "Ooooh yeah, the men are gonna bust some balls!" Kawauwza!
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It made me think of the Winchesters! :D
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lol, maybe, but all they were doing was looking at a board - it seemed a bit silly to me. cause they were all 'let's do this'...and then he put a post it note on the board...i mean a post it note! with a vague question on it! Damn A is gonna be pissed! I did like that they were very proactive in this ep and used their skills and each other to figure out what was going on.
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Of course it was totally ridiculous. Because when he put that post-it on, I thought that would be the end of the scene. Like... "We're getting ready to take A on, KABLAM hand to the board and then fade out." But then we got another 30 seconds of seeing how bizarre and hilarious it was. But even without it: the proactive stance! Thank goodness! It was necessary at this point.
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Well this episode was awesome finally , ever since this season started it was really Frustrating watching this show and I had a hard time remembering why I liked it but this episodes for me hit the mark , first of all I would like to congratulate the writers for raising the stakes higher this season, after three seasons of targeting the girls A now focus all his energy of not only making them miserable but their family as well , kinda A special package deal fun for the all family sort of thing , spencer is left untouched so far but I think A did just about anything he could possibly do to spencer at this point , I mean she ended up in radley last season and he tried to frame her for murder in season 1 so it's good is leaving her out for now .

Caleb and toby teaming up was great , they even did a crazy carrie homeland board which I kinda of expected from spencer , I loved the fact that they knew this nigel guy is lying so fast cause usually this would have taken the girls an episode and half for sure , also I knew this guy was shady because he was way too pretty just to be working as flight plan clerk or whatever and he was way too eager to help them , and caleb's bribe was hilarious also when caleb was like" if his name his john smith then I'm pocahontas " I could totally see that, he is sort of a male version of her , and I always thought Emily was very much pocahontas like.

Also caleb definitely knew toby was keeping something from him but in a bromance fashion he totally overlook that , I mean he even put his headphones not to hear toby's conversion with spencer , which leads me to my next question did caleb take toby's invitation to spend the night ?

My favorite part of this episode was hanna and her mom ,it was really heartbreaking , A targeting ashley has much more strong impact then the rest of the PPL parents because ashley is awesome and you really don't want anything bad happening to her much like in season 1 with the money she "borrowed" from the bank so this plot adds a lot of a much needed tension to the show so well done.

And at the end where A was buying Emily that gift card and a home repair for morons book it kinda reminded me of A early seasons in a good way like the time hanna broke up with claeb and A sent her that smashed heart with a glue in a box , A is always very creative with his gifts , you gotta love that.
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Well this episode was much better than last one,because it stuck to what PPL is. Think they made it clear now,that it was Ezra,who destroyed that kid's car.
I wouldn't mind,if car ran over Emily,because she is such a boring and useless character.
And how stupid are Aria,Emily and Spencer?!?!? They put gloves on,when they got into apartment,not before.

Why would anyone in right mind take 20 years?? That way you have no chance of getting out,because I imagine once they throw you in jail,you would be left there and paperwork would be buried under pile. Even if odds are against you,you still have chance to be free. No one can even say Ashley would last 20 years in prison:D So yay smart Ashley for not just giving up and I hope in next episode,she doesn't say "ok let's take 20 years".
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I don't understand the whole Emily's family is dirt poor storyline. Her dad is a colonel in the army which means he earns around $125,000 a year at least plus perks like housing allowance, free health care, tax breaks, etc. All total his total compensation is likely close to $175,000.

Contrast that with Aria and Spencer's parents: the average pay for a college professor is around $85,000 and $113,000 for an attorney (which seems high I am one and I make half that) and they shouldn't be stressing over cash.

Furthermore, there are numerous scholarships for military brats and there is even a provision where an active duty service member can transfer their GI bill benefits to their child.
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I agree with this. I am not sure but I believe you get paid very well for working in the army? Perhaps they made a series of bad investments and are trying to re-coup their losses? Maybe houses are in high demand in Rosewood (but maybe not cause everyone keeps dying?) Also what was Mrs Fields doing as a job at the start of the show? I do not remember her working? I feel like they just introduced this as a plot point, really. Oh, we can't afford medical bills - ok let's smash their house so they -really- can't afford Emily's injections.
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This is the first time since this show started that i've had 1% doubt that Ezra is not A because if he is A why would he stick up for Mike ?
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let's face it - Aria gets off way easier than all the other liars. Maybe it has something to do with her not being around for a year after Ali's death (remember that? When Aria was in Iceland? lol)
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"You're my least favorite liar, Emily!"

*Drives through wall*
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