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Pretty Little Liars continues to revolve around a group of young ladies from the little town of Rosewood, Pa who have plenty of secrets. The show's cast includes Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Troian Bellisario, Shay Mitchell, Sasha Pieterse, Janel Parrish, Ian Harding, Holly Marie Combs, Chad Lowe, Keegan Allen, Tyler Blackburn, Tammin Sursok, Torrey Devitto, Drew Van Acker, Nia Peeples, Julian Morris, Brendan Robinson, Brant Daugherty, Laura Leighton, and Lesley Fera.
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That’s the very question posed to the actresses behind those escape artists — including Holly Marie Combs (Ella), Laura Leighton (Ashley), and Lesley Fera (Veronica) — during Tuesday’s “Five Years Forward” special (ABC Family, 8/7c). As you well remember, “A” trapped the moms in Alison’s basement at the end of 6A…
As seen in the summer finale, Charlotte Dilaurentis (Vanessa Ray) assumed the identity of CeCe Drake to get close to the family that had forsaken her as a child, making the unsuspecting Jason Dilaurentis (Drew Van Acker) her college boyfriend – though Ray told People in August that the couple "kept it PG, G for sure" and only kissed.
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That's the question Pretty Little Liars fans face after Tuesday night's (literally!) electrifying spring finale.
Though we never saw his face, we know he's "A." According to the anagram from a few episodes ago, his last name is Dilaurentis. And based on the old film footage showing Mrs. D (Andrea Parker) playing with two little blond boys, we're pretty confident this is author Sara Shepard's twin twist come to life. But it's not Alison (Sasha Pieterse) who has the secret, evil doppelgänger – it's her brother, Jason (Drew Van Acker).
Mrs. D, Jason, Alison and... ChArles. #CharlesIsA pic.
"A" successfully landed a Liar in jail, just as he/she threatened Alison (Sasha Pieterse) on Tuesday's Pretty Little Liars. The rest of the girls desperately tried to decipher who Varjak could be, Ezria called it quits and Spencer (Troian Bellisario) flirted up a storm – literally. Read on for what else happened in Rosewood this week.
Plus! We're trying something new for recaps after being absolutely floored by readers' sleuthing. Tell us who you think A is in the comments section or by Tweeting @people with the hashtag #PLLTheories, and your theory could be published in the next week's post!
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Biggest Moments . Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) visited Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail now that they knew she wasn't A – but Hanna (Ashley Benson) refused. Honestly, we were with Han on this one. Even if Ali wasn't the person currently terrorizing their lives, she was the source of some serious childhood trauma. Ali wanted to tell her lawyers what Mike
No, Rosewood's body count didn't increase ... yet. Instead, Emily (Shay Mitchell) helped Hanna (Ashley Benson) choreograph a killer routine to Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj's hit "Bang Bang" while the other girls fought new romantic feelings and started to unspool the mystery of "A."
Here's what you missed Tuesday:
Biggest Moments . Hanna entered a beauty pageant, hoping the $20,000 would help close her college tuition gap. (As most millennials know, that's sadly just a drop in the bucket.) She recruited Emily to teach her a talent – namely,
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'A' Is Back
After Toby’s (Keegan Allen) house blows up due to a “gas leak,” the girls receive a message from A: “Did you miss me, bitches?” Toby, who went off to make sure none of his family members were in their house, is fine and confirms to Spencer (Troian Bellisario) that everyone, meaning Jenna (Tammin Sursok) and his parents, are safe. Why blow up Toby’s house when they were all gathered at Emily’s like sitting ducks? Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) tells Hanna (Ashley Benson) that he doesn’t know. What he does know: “A doesn’t shoot and miss.”
A continues to fire warning shots throughout the episode, and the girls are also being hounded by FBI’s Lt.
Pretty Little Liars Recap
Ali (Sasha Pieterse) is ready to return to Rosewood High, but no one is ready to welcome her – even Hanna (Ashley Benson) is scared of becoming one of Ali’s puppets or dolls again. Travis (Luke Kleintank) tells her that she doesn’t have anything to worry about, who cares what everyone else thinks if she knows who she is?
While Hanna and Travis are doing their romantic astronomy homework, Aria (Lucy Hale) and Ezra (Ian Harding) are having a non-date night. They run into Ali on the sidewalk, talking to an unknown driver in a black SUV. She brushes it off, and says that she was just talking to one of her father’s employees, but they’re suspicious. Across the street, a bus pulls in and drops
Aria Can't Stop Thinking About Shana
Hanna (Ashley Benson) shows up at school with black streaks in her hair – a change from her usual blond ‘do. At the Rosewood High book fair, Hanna and Aria (Lucy Hale) pick out Shana’s (Aeriél Miranda) old copy of The Scarlet Letter and find a highlighted passage that Aria thinks is about them, Ali and Jenna (Tammin Sursok). As Hanna throws it back onto the pile, Mona (Janel Parrish) shows up with her new minions and tells them that they should give the book to Ali (Sasha Pieterse). Shana won’t need it, she says, didn’t Shana go back to Georgia?
Ali is cleaning out her closet – she’s not the same girl she was when she left,
Ali Lies To The Police
Ali (Sasha Pieterse), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Hanna (Ashley Benson) return to Rosewood after their disastrous run in with Shana (Aeriél Miranda) in New York with a plan: Ali will tell the police everything, including the fact that her mother buried her alive by mistake and that she has been running from whoever tied to kill her ever since. Once the police know about the ‘A’ that’s been tormenting all the girls for years, the girls will explain how Shana attacked them and Aria killed her in self defense. No more lies and no more hiding from the police – they all believe that Shana took over being A when Mona (Janel Parrish) stopped and that this whole mess is over.
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