There are only three possible explanations for how Pretty Little Liars turned out:
1) I. Marlene King is clinically insane;
2) I. Marlene King is the greatest troll of the decade; or
3) I. Marlene King is just an incompetent, egomaniacal dickhead.
Don’t you wish it was anything but number 3? Sigh.
I think my favourite part about this second half of the season has got to be that Pretty Little Liars is making Cece’s murder the new big, important mystery
Because Pretty Little Liars seems to think that anyone, anywhere, would give even a quarter of a fuck about Cece.
Why wasn’t PLL nominated in the Comedy categories at the Golden Globes?
In this episode, B makes a bold claim about how, unlike A, they don’t hide in the shadows, bitch. They’re out here in the open and they’re comin’ to get you.
So, naturally, their approach is to hide in the shadows and send ominous text messages and literally wear a mask.
Yes, we’re only one episode from the big Charles reveal.
And PLL certainly likes to rub our faces in it, by closing this episode with an offscreen unmasking.
Because satisfaction isn’t on the Pretty Little Liars priority list.
Pun fans beware, there are no dark alleys vital to this episode.
There’s a dank basement. That’s close, right?
Spencer’s Jenna impression may be a little off, but Sydney does a good job of it.
Why anybody would choose to look like Jenna at all remains a mystery, however.
Did Sydney and Jenna co-ordinate, or was it just a coincidence?