Pretty Little Liars

Season 4 Episode 5

Gamma Zeta Die

38
Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jul 09, 2013 on ABC Family
8.7
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It is time for some of the girls to tour colleges before the year is over! Spencer and Emily tour the same college but for different reasons. Meanwhile, Aria argues with her brother about their parents, and Hanna comes across incriminating evidence against her mother.
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  • Gamma Zeta Die

    7.5
    Spencer and Emily fighting with each other. Finally, we see some attitude out of the liars.

    I really enjoyed this episode. Had some comedy throughout, had a lot of intense drama, and a good suspenseful ending. Hanna's prints are now on the gun, so will she get in trouble for the murder?



    Fun show.
  • Strong story, great ending

    8.0
    Hanna's increased anxiety over the pilling evidence that points to her mother killing Wilden leads her to do a little snooping, discover something unexpected, and make a series of rash decisions that put one of the Liars in serious trouble in a very strong final sequence where the tension is ratcheted up (and some nice misdirection with Emily stumbling through the woods).



    As A moves on to targeting Aria's mother, she enlists the help of her father to convince her to leave the country on her planned trip overseas with her new boyfriend.



    And in the other major storyline Spencer and Emily head out on a college trip (although for different reasons as Spencer looks for evidence linking to the mysterious phone number and Emily begins seriously looking at option other than a swimming scholarship). The leads to a rift between the two girls that forces the impulsive Hanna to act alone and get caught red-handed in a situation that should have major fallout for weeks to come.



    You can find my full recap and review (with pics and video) at RazorFinemoreless

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