Ali and Mona reminisce over the A days, confusing the liars while also getting their point across. Taylor disappeared because someone tried to kill her. The liars don’t understand the seriousness of the situation until Mona shows them a very disturbing box of cupcakes she received.
It’s dead week and the liars are swamped. They are studying their asses off, but it may not be enough. One good thing is that Jeremy and Caitlin finally scheduled a public date. Another “good” thing is that Caitlin’s it and run suspect turned himself in… a random minor. We totally believe that, Booker…
Caitlin goes in for her internship interview and proves that she isn’t as well rounded as she thought. Pizza vs Tacos, Survivor vs the Bachelor, she can’t answer these questions.Dead Week is taking its toll on everyone, even Mason. Dylan even considers cheating to avoid an incomplete. Ava, on the other hand, seems to be making strides with her assignments.
I don’t think Taylor is someone to be trusted, sorry Ali, but I guess we’ll see. Bad Bishop being Mason was actually adorable. This episode was great, the character development was interesting and I really liked that. What I want to know is why a grown woman playing games? Also, what will happen to Dylan.
Freeform/ Allyson Riggs
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