Ali is helping the new gen liars with an alibi, the problem is, they’re lying to the OG liar. They don’t know whether they can trust her, then again, they don’t know if they can trust each other. Meanwhile, can anyone really trust Mona?
Dana Booker has footage of the trio together the night Nolan died. She wants to get one of them to crack. Ava continues to day drink, Caitlin is trying to volunteer and Dylan is busy composing an anniversary song, the last thing they need is Booker snooping around.
Slowly their secrets start coming to light. Booker wants them to know just how easy it is to uncover someone’s secrets. While she’s snooping hardcore, the trio is starting to bond and actually becoming friends. The divide and conquer technique may not work, Dana.
Ava reveals that she followed Nolan to the cabin and despite her finding him “doing some blonde,” she thinks he still loved her and wanted to protect her. The trio decides to ignore Ali’s plea to not do anything and well, do something. Fortunately, Ali was investigating Mason and found the same cabin. The now quartet search for clues.
Not finding anything other than a gum wrapper they head out. A horrible smell leads them to a dead rat in Ava’s trunk with a note-“One of you is a rat, you tell or I will.” Ali sneaks back into the cabin to search alone and finds a yellow flower that matches the ones from Nolan’s funeral. Ali begins to suspect that, like her, Taylor faked her own death.
Oh, Ali, these liars have a lot to learn from you. They are uniting which is wonderful to see. It’s also great to see Mona get stumped with something. Well, not great, but it makes me feel better about my basic IT skills. Anyway, back to the recap, Mason seemed sketchy from the get-go. Ali as a mentor to the liars is actually something I’m excited about. She’s a great teacher, who said that has to stop with literature? This mystery is getting good.
When Beth “grows up” she wants to see her creations appear on the screen and stage. In her free time, Beth blogs about her love of craft beer and writes screenplays. She received her bachelors in journalism from Youngstown State and received her masters in communication from The University of Akron. She is honored to be a part of the FanFest family.