This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars opened some more doors. Hanna gets info on Caleb’s father, Spencer finds out where the key goes, and Emily gets some of her blackout memories back. As much as I like Spencer spiraling down a dark hole, I thought she was a tad too bitchy this episode, especially to her friends. Come on, Spencer. Put that anger towards something useful, like taking down the real bad guys.
Jason finds the girls at the coffee shop to tell them the family is putting Alison’s remains in the mausoleum. Spencer, who used to care too much about everything, now doesn’t give a rat’s ass about anything. The girls are amazed by how rude she’s being to Jason, who just wanted the girls to be there since he knows how much they cared about Alison. But he reminds them that the items that were taken from Alison’s casket are still missing and whoever has the items must know more. Too bad it’s the girls who have the items.
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Spencer meets up with this guy in a back alley somewhere and he’s surprisingly not creepy in the daylight, he’s just a little greedy. Before skipping town Toby bought the usual, a sandwich, some gas and $65 worth of hydrangeas. The investigator tells Spencer that the scumbags he usually follows don’t buy hydrangeas, but all he found out about the key was that it belongs to a random building. To find the door the key belongs to she’s gonna need to cough up some more cash.
Emily visits the police station to check out the photo of the Detective, who happened to be in Cape May at the same time as Alison, but per Pretty Little Liars style, it’s already gone. Someone must have seen Emily and Hanna see it or ‘A took it down to mess with them. Either way, ‘A is screwing with Emily by giving her a postcard of the Eiffel tower with a note in French. The postcard was one of twenty five that Emily had left in Alison’s casket. Turns out ‘A doesn’t want Emily snooping around for the photo of the detective, “Stop digging. The police already know it’s you who is capable of murder.”
Aria tells Hanna that Ezra’s brother showed up at Ezra’s apartment saying that he was going to stay there for a few days. Ezra said it was fine and she seems fine with it too, but tells Hanna that the bro seems a little cocky. And a little too comfortable being a trust fund baby, which to Hanna, a money lover, is laughable. Hanna tells Aria she’s gotta go because she’s making dinner for Caleb to get him to go to the house he grew up in and say goodbye to his Uncle.
The therapist woman is back! I forgot her name but the girls really liked her before ‘A scared her off. She suggests Emily try hypnotherapy to work through what’s bothering her, specifically killing Nate. The therapist puts Emily under and asks her to explain what she sees. She sees sprinklers and Alison standing in the yellow shirt she was killed in. Alison tells Emily this is wrong and they shouldn’t be there. Emily has the shovel aka “the murder weapon” in her hand. Alison is screaming for her to stop but Emily comes toward Alison and hits her in the head. This jolts Emily out of her hypnosis and I’m wondering WTF just happened.
Hanna and Caleb spend the day with Jamie, Caleb’s Uncle, who seems like a really nice guy. Unfortunately Caleb, who has always felt abandoned and unwanted, is not interested in maintaining a relationship with family members who left him to fend for himself in foster care. Jamie and Hanna have a few bonding moments where they discuss Caleb’s parents. Jamie explains that Caleb’s Dad kinda checked out, he wasn’t ready to be a Dad. Later, he gives Hanna a photo of baby Caleb at 6 months old and it seems like Jamie, despite Caleb’s disinterest, wishes he could have some sort of relationship with his nephew.
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Emily has a flashback where she and Alison are in their french class where they are supposed to be studying. Alison isn’t interested in studying, she’s interested in making up a fantasy where she and Emily travel to France and stay there forever. The flashback ends and Emily’s mother comes into her room and Emily freaks out at her mom, still upset from the earlier hypnotherapy session. But Emily’s mom reassures her that she thinks Emily is truly a good person and would never intentionally hurt anyone. Yeah Emily, settle down! You only might have killed your best friend…
Spencer needs some closure and this guy is acting like he didn’t just take five hundred for finding the lock to a key. I’m wondering how much she gave him in the first place because If I could get $500 just for investigating someone and tracking their moves that would be sick! But this investigator seems a little too invested in the Spoby situation, asking Spencer what she thinks she’ll find. I think Spencer feels that if she finds the room full of the things she thinks Toby has (a room full of ‘A’s stuff, like Mona’s motel room) then he was on her side the whole time, but if it’s not then…sayonora Toby.
Ezra’s brother seems to be hiding something when he doesn’t want to pick up Ezra’s house phone and when he and Aria go for pizza a man tries to confront him on the street. Ezra’s brother hits him in the face with the leftover pizza before the guy can bash his face in and he and Aria flee! Apparently, Ezra’s brother has been acting up in school on purpose so his mother will react but she’s been buying off every infraction. The man trying to beat him up is his physics teacher’s husband – what the heck has this kid been doing in class? Or who?
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Caleb, the most stubborn person next to Spencer, is surprised by the photo of him as a baby. That is, until Hanna tells him that she thinks Jamie had it in his wallet the whole time. And the ring the man is wearing in this photo is the same ring Jamie was wearing earlier. Supposedly, Jamie didn’t meet Caleb until he was five but this photo says otherwise. Could Jamie be Caleb’s real Dad? Caleb refuses to even entertain the idea and walks away.
Spencer, taking cues from Mary of Downton Abbey with this hand-over-face-cry-thing, finds Toby’s lair. I’m guessing she either thought it was a regular apartment OR the apartment would be full of ‘A-mazingness so he could show her that he was on her side the whole time and only tricking the ‘A team. Nope. He never planned on getting caught and this room, now evacuated, shows Spencer that Toby was never on her side. The funny thing about love affairs with crazy characters is that Toby might actually have affection for Spencer, just in a really sick wants-her-to-suffer kind of way.
Everyone is waiting for Spencer before viewing Alison’s thing in the mausoleum but it doesn’t look like she’s coming. But then she storms in and tells Jason, to the girls dismay, that Alison was pregnant and that the detective is suspected to be the father. Thanks for spilling the beans, Spencer! That’s it, the girls are done with your shit Spencer. In this world, secrets make friends! Speaking of secrets. Emily thinks she killed Alison but once the girls leave the mausoleum Emily hears sprinklers and is taken back to the real memory involving Alison and the shovel. She had mixed up the memories. Emily is standing over Alison’s grave with the shovel and one of the ‘A posse is trying to break open the casket. Emily yells for them to stop but they jump out of the grave and subdue her. Before she can blackout she sees a woman in a red coat and realizes that’s the person in charge. That’s the real ‘A.
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Looks like the $65 worth of hydrangeas were for Toby’s mother. I mean, I guess that’s nice of him. He has love for someone, right? Then Spencer goes and defaces the stone with Toby’s name. A little dig in case he comes back here. Looks like she’s letting you go, dude.