Hey PLL Gasmii! Hypnotoad here. In case you don’t know me, I do the recaps of Desperate Housewives, which is pretty much like Pretty Little Liars, the difference being the ladies are 30 years older and just ACT like they’re 16 year-olds. I love love love Pretty Little Liars. Much more than someone my age should. A couple things about my recap style if you’re not familiar: I’m pretty thorough, I’m not a fan of nicknames for characters, and I LOVE commenting in the comments section (love it!). And I’m freaking thrilled to be writing the season finale recap, just like you’re thrilled to be reading it. Let’s get to it!
The four gals are in Emily’s room (I think) watching the video from the flash drive they found last week. Thank god for modern technology, right? If this show were on 25 years ago they would have found a BetaMax tape in the storage facility and would have had to go to their local grocery store to rent a BetaMax player for the night.
On the remarkably clear video, there’s a part where a pre-blind Jenna is talking to Toby about how she loves sexing him up and he should be cool with it, since they’re not related by blood. She then tries to blackmail him, threatening to tell his parents (and hers, technically) that Toby assaulted her if he tries to break it off. ABC Family, everybody! Toby has his shirt off. Toby should always have his shirt off because it makes me momentarily forget that he can sometimes have the emotional range of a robot. A sexy-chested robot made of wood.
Of course, Spencer’s skeeved out and soon all the girls are, as they realize that some pervert has been recording them for years. Spencer brings up the point that Ian has a thing for the youngies and she says that they can prove that Ian killed Alison with the videos, they just need to talk to Jenna first. The other girls are a wee bit skeptical of the plan, since Jenna’s about as popular with them as a big bag of dog turds. Spencer rationalizes that since Jenna hired Caleb to find the vids and since she’s been looking for them all this time, then she’ll know other stuff, too. Like maybe how Hanna’s broken leg healed in like 2 episodes? No? Moving on. Aria’s concerned that maybe Ian is still watching them, so they might as well try to talk to Jenna. Everyone puts on their concerned faces. Credits.
“Wow, “A” was right — this Rebecca Black “Friday” video is kick-ass!”
Byron (Aria’s dad) and Ella (Aria’s mom) are having breakfast and talking about divorce-y things like picking up Aria’s Mysteriously Absent But Still Talked About Brother from school or something, and Byron says that he’s hosting a faculty mixer tonight and Ella should stop by. Oooh, but wouldn’t that be awkward? Ella asks. Aren’t they dating or something? I don’t know. We don’t care about the adults, ABC Family! Aria comes downstairs and offers to help out with the mixer, but she’s distracted by her ever-present cell phone. Ezra’s sent her some texts.
Next text: “I panicked & told him you were my meth dealer. LOL! I’m so high! C U in skool!”
Ella tries to blah about her relationship with Byron, but Aria is way too concerned with Ezra’s jail-bating ass being thrown in jail to deal with this right now, okay, Mom?! She tells Ella that she either loves Byron or not, so she should figure it out. Thank you! Did we really need 18 episodes before someone said that? Sheesh.
Over at Hanna’s, her mom is making coffee, because high schoolers in Rosewood thrive on nothing but caffeine and secrets. (FYI: I love Laura Leighton. She’s freaking gorgeous, and she’s married to Doug Savant who plays Tom Scavo on Desperate Housewives, so that’s a bonus.) Hanna’s still bummed out that Caleb was a grungy liar who broke her heart and totes doesn’t want to go to school, but her mom convinces her that she should get back to life. She asks Hanna about the letter Caleb wrote, but Hanna tells her that Caleb never gave her a letter — he just looked at her and “got on the bus to Bastardville.” Hee. Bastardville — Isn’t that Mel Gibson’s hometown?
At yet another awkward breakfast, Spencer’s trying not to barf up her yogurt as Ian and Melissa plan their baby’s christening. After Ian leaves, Spencer makes a crack about the baby not being human, which Melissa doesn’t react well to. I guess you shouldn’t call babies inhuman monsters to their mothers’ faces. If you learn anything from this episode, that’s what it should be, people. Spencer’s mom isn’t happy with her. For the ten thousandth time. Today.
Emily gets an email from Samara, the super-cool lesbian from last week who makes bracelets and drives a jeep. She’s about to reply when her mom knocks on the door and Emily shuts her computer down super fast, like she was caught looking at a lesbian midget porn website or something. Emily’s mom wants to talk to her about something important.
“This is hard, Emily. I’m sorry, but . . . Sarah McLachlan has canceled Lilith Fair.”
Turns out that Emily’s dad’s assignment has been extended and he wants Emily’s mom and Emily to move down to Texas for a year. What?! Emily says she’s just starting to feel like she belongs, and her mom is all, “You’re 16. You belong with your family.” Oh, snap, Pam!
Aria’s walking in school, all frantic on the phone with Ezra, until they meet in the hallway. Ezra resigned from his position as a high school teacher who has inappropriate relationships with his students . . . because he was offered a position at Hollis College (Hollis University?) where her dad works. So, I guess Ezra has his master’s degree?
Also, what the crap is he wearing? I wish I was Jenna right now so I didn’t have to see this.
Anyway, Ezra says they can now go out and do things that any other statutory-ish couple can do! Yay! I don’t know. I mean, I guess that’s “good” but they shouldn’t go all crazy and start flaunting their forbidden love in everyone’s faces, because that would be dangerous. And annoying.
School’s about to start, and Hanna and Mona walk down the hall, with Mona pretending to care about Hanna’s feelings and having her back re: The Caleb Situation. Hanna asks about a note, but Mona deflects the conversation by asking if it would matter if there was actually a letter in the first place, and then Hanna gets mopey again. Oh my gosh, you guys! Look!
One of the show’s 18 Characters Who Just Disappeared For No Reason is back!
Yay! I love Lucas! He’s just so adorable. Way too adorable to be straight. Oh my god, you guys, if I were in high school with him? I’d make him come over and then play Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” over and over until he finally broke down and admitted that he wanted to make out with me. Hanna asks if he’s going to be mad at her forever and he’s all, “Probably.” Wow, one line? Not cool, I. Marlene. Not cool.
Sinister-ish keyboard music starts to play as Jenna walks down the hallway, getting the stink eye from the PLL Gang. Oh, dip, it is so on! The ladies follow Jenna to the band room to confront her, or something.
“We’re starting a Kool and the Gang tribute band and wondered if you would back us up with some sweet jazz flute.”
Ooh, you can cut the bitchiness with a knife, y’all. They tell Jenna that they have the video and they’ve seen everything on it. She asks what they want, and Hanna’s all, “The truth. Can you handle that?” which is kind of a lame sauce line and made me chuckle. Jenna says that Alison visited her at the hospital after The Jenna Thing happened, the day before Alison went missing. Alison was on her way back from Georgia, found the vids, and couldn’t wait to talk to Jenna.
Grainy, out-of-focus flashback time! Alison plays the vid for Jenna (the part where Jenna tries to blackmail Toby), and I find myself wondering just how Ian (or whoever) got such great audio on the videos. Did he have an accomplice follow him around with a boom mic? That’d be kind of awkward . . . Anyhoozlebees, Alison says that the guy she likes “likes to make movies,” which totes worked out for her because now she can blackmail Jenna — as long as Jenna keeps her/their (e.g. the PLL Gang) secret (I’m assuming the secret being that they made Jenna blind), Alison will keep Jenna’s secret as well. Alison tells Jenna that if she ever comes back to Rosewood, she’ll “bury” her.
End of grainy out-of-focus flashback! Spencer asks if Alison said anything else, but Jenna says no. She now wants to know what the PLL Gang is going to do for her. Spencer promises they’ll keep the video in a safe place and won’t say anything. Jenna gets in one more dig before she leaves: “We’ve all made mistakes. Remember, I’m still paying for yours.” Ouch. Ouchies. The ladies discuss how Alison had to have been with Ian when she found the flash drive and how the video was the big surprise Alison had in store for them when she came back from Georgia. Also, when Jenna showed up at Alison’s funeral, it was because she was free to come back to Rosewood, since Alison no longer had any secrets on her. Curiouser and curiouser . . .
At lunch, Aria and Hanna are trying to convince Emily to stay, but there’s no time for that! Luckily, Spencer realizes that moving to Texas is less important than figuring out how to get Ian to admit to killing Alison, so she sits down and talks about their plan. Spencer bought a prepaid phone with cash and the phone number is anonymous, so they can use it to text Ian. Hanna’s all, How’d you know how to do that? This would have been an awesome opportunity for another Veronica Mars joke, since Veronica was constantly telling people to use a prepaid cell phone or was giving someone a prepaid cell phone so he could elude the cops and run away to Mexico with the baby he had with his now dead ex-girlfriend who was in a coma as a result of the mysterious school bus crash that killed a dozen people. God, I miss that show. But I. Marlene doesn’t go for that. Instead, Spencer’s all, “Don’t you watch CNN?” Hee. Still kind of funny. I wish this show had a few more comedic moments.
Okay, so basically, they’ll text Ian, telling him that they have the video and want cash in exchange for it. They’ll film Ian (I guess getting the money out of his bank? Or meeting them at the meeting place?), then turn in the prepaid phone and the film to the police. Got it? They’ll know that as soon as he responds to the text, he’s guilty. So Spencer sends him a text that reads, “I have Ali’s video.”
Really, Spencer? You had to get a fancy phone? You couldn’t have just bought the $9.99 one? I mean, how many more times are you going to use it? Whatever.
Ian gets the text, gets all concerned, and walks away from the students he was talking to. So now everyone (except Hanna) feels all numb and weird because now they know for sure that Ian was somehow involved in Alison’s death. Ian texts back, asking them what they want. Hanna grabs the phone and texts back: “Bring $10,000 to Willow Park. 9pm. Come alone.”
“And bring beer. And cupcakes.”
Of course, Mona shows up to lend some “support” to Hanna, which makes the other girls quickly walk away from their food and generic Capri-Sun-esque drinks. Hanna says that she needs to go talk to Spencer, so she leaves as well, but she leaves her phone behind, which of course Mona answers when it rings — it’s Caleb. Of course. She says that she’s glad that he called, telling him that Hanna threw away the letter so he should go eff himself. Oooh, but Lucas has heard all of this! Mona asks him if he’s having his period. Hee. Lucas says that he thought Mona had at least some sense of morality and decency, but no. She’s pretty much all beyotch all the time. Mona tells Lucas that if he keeps his mouth shut about the letter, then she’ll turn him into a popular kid.
And then they can fall in love and ride off into the sunset on a lawn mower.
Oh please, Mona. Lucas will be too busy spooning with me on the couch while watching Felicity to be your pawn. So suck it.
Over at Jenna’s oddly sun-lit, dusky room, she gets a phone call from someone, telling him/her that “they found the video. And they’ve seen it.” Who is she talking to?
OH MY GOD!
Ha ha ha, that was a fake-out. Nah, Jenna ain’t talkin’ to Aria’s mom. She’s talking to . . .
Ian says he knows and he’ll take care of it and he’ll “be there soon.” So, Jenna is in cahoots with Ian?! What does this mean?! Did they both play a part in Alison’s death?! Where they doing it?! Did Ian take Jenna to Applebee’s and tell her they were at Chili’s because, you know, she’s blind and wouldn’t be able to tell?!?! These are all burning questions!
Emily’s outside her house when she runs in to Garrett, the police officer dude that Emily conveniently knew from before. I guess his parents live across the street from Emily. He says that he’s on her side and he knows that Spencer wouldn’t hurt Alison, and gives her his card so she can call him if she needs him for something. Hanna’s waiting on Emily’s front porch because she didn’t want to be alone. Emily has Hanna’s cell phone — apparently Lucas gave it to her to give back to Hanna. Awwwwww! Emily talks about moving to Texas, and how it’s the “beauty queen capital of America,” which I guess is a bad thing. Hanna is all, Hey, lesbian — you got something against pretty girls? Emily says that beauty queens aren’t her type, and Hanna makes her promise not to come back with big hair.
Emily politely says nothing about the s.b.d. bomb Hanna just dropped.
Spencer’s on her bed doing homework, because she’s The Smart One, and Toby’s there with her, reading a book in an armchair across the room. He’s all, “Are you sure this is how you want to spend the afternoon?” Okay. So, I don’t think the dude who plays Toby is a bad actor per se, but sometimes the way he gives his lines is . . . well . . . It’s kind of like he says them in a British way, but without the British accent. He says them Britishly. So, it just comes off kind of robotic. A British robot who doesn’t have a British accent. But does has a rockin’ chest. This whole scene is a little too precious for me (Spencer: “I like having you here.” Toby: “I like being here.” Me: “Right now, I hate being here.”), so I’m gonna short-hand it: Toby tells Spencer to come over to him and they cuddle on the couch. That’s literally it. This scene serves no other purpose.
Jenna’s talking to someone about how if this video gets out, they will lose everything. Who is she talking to?!
AAAAAA OMG NO WAY!
Ha ha ha, no. Just kidding . . . Jenna’s actually talking to:
You guys, when I watched this episode on Monday, I literally said, “Whaaaaattt?! Shut up!” out loud at this point. I am not ashamed to admit that. Garrett says he won’t let that happen (by which he means, he won’t let them lose everything) and then they kiss! What?! So Jenna and Garrett are in cahoots?! Does Ian know about this?! Was Garrett part of Alison’s death?! Did Garrett take Jenna to Bennigan’s and tell her that it was T.G.I. Friday’s because, you know, she’s blind and wouldn’t be able to tell?! These are all burning questions.
Time for the Hollis College (Hollis University?) mixer at Aria’s house! If I were there I would eat all the cheese, get drunk on pinot grigio, and hit on at least one biology professor and three sociology professors before I smoked pot with the English department and passed out in Aria’s room on top of everyone’s coats. Ah, college mixers. How I miss thee. Aria’s busying herself with putting out trays of hors d’oeuvres and answering the door while sneaking knowing glances with Professor Ezra Fitz. Now that he’s not her teacher, I’m about 15% less skeeved out about their relationship. The doorbell rings, and who’s at the door? Jackie. That girl that Ezra was engaged to. Aren’t you glad I didn’t put up a screen grab of Ella? I totally thought about it, but I restrained myself. You’re welcome. Aria’s all, “What are you doing here?” Turns out Jackie works at “Hollis College.” Ah, so it’s NOT a University. Thank god. If I was hoping for any mystery to be solved tonight, it was that one. Aria freaks out and runs upstairs, leaving Ezra to wonder why she ran away, until he sees Jackie.
Meanwhile, Toby and Spencer are still boring.
You know what? If they’re still together in 10 years, they’ll be THAT couple who always brags about not owning a TV. Lame. Luckily, Spencer’s phone wakes her up out of her Toby-induced coma. Melissa sent a text — she needs a ride home from the church, because Ian never showed up. Wow, responsible much, Ian? Sheesh. Toby says he wishes he could help her more with the big plan, but she says he’s doing enough. Is he? Cuz I don’t really think he’s doing anything to help with the Let’s Trap Ian Plan, but whatevs. Spencer wants him to be safe, he says that he’ll be there for her, and she says she loves knowing that. They kiss again.
Aria’s in panic mode in her room, when Ezra comes in and says that he didn’t know that Jackie would show up. But Aria’s still not convinced and is all, You still love her and she’s a part of your life still and I’m too young to be in a relationship this intense! Okay, maybe not that last part, but dude — it’s true. Why is she making such a big deal out of this? I mean, I’d be a little pissed off too (in my head, my English teacher is played by a shirtless Daniel Craig), but she’s just being crazy. Aria says that “until today, you were the one guy who never lied to me.” Ugh. Teenagers. Duh-ramaaaaaa!!
Hanna’s sitting on her stairs while acoustic weepy music plays (you can actually hear the words “sorrow” and “pain,” so thanks for the subtlety ABC Family!). Hanna’s contemplating doing the worst possible thing a teenage girl can do — deleting a contact from her cell phone. Oh, the humanity! This contact is Caleb and Hanna’s thumb hovers for a moment before actually deleting him from her phone. Oh no! Now he can’t call her! Wait, what? What’s that? That’s not how it works? Oh. Oh, I see. Why so sad, Hanna?
“I miss cupcakes.”
Caleb’s riding around in a car at night, being all teenage-y and ansgt-y because, well, this is ABC Family. Wait. Who’s driving the car?
OH MY GOSH SHUT UP!
AHAHAHAHA! Oh, that never gets old. Ella is my PLL equivalent of Betty Applewhite (check out my Desperate Housewives recaps — it’s true). Obviously Ella is not driving the car. But you know who is? Lucas! Yay! Caleb asks him why he’s doing this, and Lucas is all, “Because Hanna deserves to be happy.” Awwwww!
“So, um, Caleb, have you heard Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way?”
Spencer’s picked up Melissa from the church. Melissa’s concerned that something has happened to Ian, and Spencer’s trying to refrain herself from saying, “If by ‘something’ you mean videotaping a bunch of 14 year old girls, having sex with at least one of them, and then killing said girl, then yeah, probably ‘something happened’ you STUPID WHORE!!” Okay, why isn’t Spencer telling her sister that they have evidence of what Ian’s done? I mean, I know that Melissa knows that Spencer hates Ian and she would probably think Spencer was lying, but still. If my husband and father of my baby turned out to be a pervert and a murderer, I think I’d probably want to know that. At least I did last time. Melissa can’t find her phone — she left it at the church, Spencer offers to head back there to get Melissa’s phone, and then Spencer and Melissa get hit by a car!! Whaaaattt?!
The other members of the PLL Gang are at the park, waiting for Spencer to show up. At the hospital, Spencer tells her mom that Melissa’s okay, but they don’t know anything about the baby yet. Sad. Spencer’s mom tells her that it’s not her fault. Back at the park, Aria gets a text . . . from “A.” It says, “Buckle up, Bitches. Nothing is as it seems. — A” I have to say that I’m impressed that “A” uses proper spelling and grammar. Bitch may be crazy, but at least she/he knows her/his punctuation. Also, “buckle up?” Did “A” have something to do with Spencer and Melissa’s car crash? Hmmmmm . . .
At the hospital, Spencer’s mom says they’re still trying to find Ian. Spencer says he may have gone to the church and she has to go there anyway to get Melissa’s phone. Wait. Spencer WANTS to find Ian? I don’t know. A cop shows up with Spencer’s purse and hands it to her — I guess they were conveniently able to salvage it from the car. Spencer calls Aria to tell her about the crash just as someone shows up! Luckily, it’s Garrett. Helpful cop Garrett. Wait, dammit, Garrett’s not helpful! He’s not helpful at all!
Garrett asks the girls if anyone else knows where they are. Hanna, always quick on her feet, tells him that she left a note for her mom, telling her whey they were if anything should happen to them. And also to buy more cupcakes. Garrett goes back to staking out while someone somewhere else (presumably Ian) gets into a car with a bag of money. At the empty church, Spencer enters, calling out, “Hello?”
Hanna tells the other girls that Garrett has a gun, which is (I’m assuming) why she told the fib about leaving a note for her mom. Smart girl, Hanna. Spencer’s at the church, where no one apparently bothered to blow out any of the candles for the night. Plus, I don’t think it’s a Catholic church, so what’s up with the candles anyway? Atmosphere, that’s what.
“Mr. Jesus? Is there a Mr. Jesus here?”
Back at the woods, a car pulls up! Garrett tells the PLL Gang to stay out of sight! Garrett pulls his gun on Ian and tells him to put his hands up, but . . . it’s not Ian! It’s not Ella, either! It’s some random dude! What?!
Spencer’s about ready to pick up Melissa’s phone when the church door blows shut. She bends over to grab the phone and when she gets back up, Ian’s right behind her! Oh dip!
Turns out Ian hired some dude to carry a bag to the park and exchange it for another bag. Ian found him online, and his name is Logan Reed.
Not to be confused with THIS Logan Reed, who coincidentally, you can also find online.
(You might want to save searching “Logan Reed” in Google image until you get home from work, just FYI.) Aria calls Spencer to let her know what happened and that they’re on their way to the hospital. Except Spencer’s not at the hospital, she’s at the church, where Ian is about to give his required Bad Guy End of Season Speech. He blabs about how he got a text from a number earlier today, and even though it was blocked, he can reply to it, which he does. And of course, Spencer still has the prepaid phone. And of course, it starts ringing because it’s in her purse, which, of course, Spencer is carrying with her! As Spencer tries not to poop her H&M jeans, Ian asks about the money and wants to know where her friends are. He’s been waiting for Spencer to leave the hospital. Oh, he also wants to kill Spencer and Melissa will totally understand about it, because that all makes sense in Ian’s crazy mind. Spencer’s all, You gonna kill me like you killed Alison, because she found out about your home movies? She throws the flash drive at Ian and runs away!
Okay. So a bunch of action-y stuff happens, and it always sucks to have to recap that stuff, but I’ll do my best. Because people in movies and TV always idiotically panic and run UPSTAIRS where they have NO WAY OF ESCAPING, Spencer runs up to the bell tower. It’s kind of like Vertigo except it’s ABC Family and not Hitchcock. Still good, though. Spencer’s running! And running! Up some stairs! And more stairs! And it’s dark and dusty! She’s trying to call Emily on her phone, but she can’t get service or something! And I guess there’s an elevator because Ian pops out of it in front of Spencer! I bet Spencer’s kicking herself now for wasting her energy on the stairs. At least she won’t have to do any cardio tomorrow. If, you know, she doesn’t die. Spencer drops her phone and it finally dials out to Emily!
Because Emily is responsible and, I guess kind of rich, she has a fancy phone answering thing built right into her car, so that she can talk hands-free. Aria and Hanna are in the car with her and they can hear Spencer telling Ian that her mom knows she’s in the church, and Ian says that it’s a “perfect place for her suicide.” Whaatt?! I guess Ian took the time to write a suicide letter on Spencer’s computer, saying that she pushed Alison and she fell, and even though she didn’t mean to kill her, she did, so now she’s going to kill herself. Spencer points out that Alison was suffocated, but Ian says it won’t matter (and it probably wouldn’t, to be honest). For some reason, Spencer doesn’t just offer to throw herself off the top of the bell tower and die (rude), so Ian’s going to have to do it himself. He shoves Spencer off the landing! But she manages to hang on! Tension! Suspense! Gas! (Hey, that’s what happens when I get nervous, don’t judge.)
All of sudden, a hooded figure steps out of the shadows, and Ian’s all, “What are you doing here?” And the hooded figure pushes Ian off the landing and then runs away! Gah! Spencer pulls herself up, and the church bell begins to ring as the rest of the PLLs arrive to the church, calling Spencer’s name as she sits in shock, looking at the limp body of Ian, caught in the bell ropes.
Hey, Ian, want to . . . hang out sometime? Hey-oh!
My apologies for that. Spencer tells them that someone else pushed Ian . . . was it “A”? Hmmmmm . . . She says that Ian killed Alison and then he tried to kill her, but Aria tells her that it’s over, since Ian is dead. Later, the cops show up (again. How sick of these four kids is the Rosewood P.D.?) to investigate . . . but a cop stops them and asks if they’re playing a joke, since . . . There’s no one in the church!! WHAT THE WHAAAAAAA?! He brings them back in to the church, and he’s right! Ian is gone! Oh, dip. I did not see that coming. For reals. Well played, Pretty Little Liars. Well played.
Ella and Byron are in the crowd while people talk about how Ian’s not dead and not in the church, and how the girls are all liars. Pretty little liars. See what I did there? Oh, but you didn’t think our beloved “A” would let this season end without another one of his/her technological and terrifying texting treats, did you? The text alerts go off, and the ladies pick up their phones to read: “It’s not over until I say it is. Sleep tight . . . While you still can, bitches. — A.”
Wow. That episode effing rocked, right? So. I’m not convinced that Ian killed Alison. He never outright said it. He knew that she knew about the videos, right (remember the video of Alison turning the camera onto Ian)? So the fact that he killed her because she found out about the video isn’t really a plausible motive, in my opinion. And there’s really no proof that he did it, just that he wanted the tapes. We obviously haven’t seen the last of him. And what is up with Jenna and Garrett?! Will Emily really move to Texas? Will adorable Lucas come out of the closet and make out with a cute guy so that finally some of the gay fellas can get some love? I do not know. One thing’s for sure, though — I already know who “A” is:
All the clues are there, people.
Things That Were Fun But Apparently Didn’t Even Matter This Season: That shady guy who was following around Hanna’s mom. That detective that was sleeping with Hanna’s mom. The money Hanna’s mom had stolen. Pretty much any plot regarding Hanna’s mom. Paige — what was the point? That dude that Spencer met at the tennis court. Hanna’s shoplifting. The 234 other characters who just pretty much disappeared. Anything else?
Well, that’s it for this roller coaster premiere season of Pretty Little Liars! Who would have thought a show on ABC Family could be so freaking good? We had some good times, we had some okay times (a bunch of episodes in the middle were slower than a glacier), we watched the recurring cast change more than Cher at a Vegas concert. I, for one, can’t wait until next season, and the good news is, we only have to wait until June! That’s like a couple months away! I’ll see y’all in the comments. Bring the conspiracies, and bring the snark!