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Spencer then takes them to the motel to show them an online 360 degree photo of the same motel room, because she couldn’t have just showed them the photo anywhere else and had to drive them out into the middle of nowhere just to prove a point or something. Spencer tells them that there was a row of black hoodies and a zombie costume hanging in the closet (like the one that one person wore when Alison was attacked in that Halloween flashback ep or whatever). I guess Spencer’s been spending a lot of time at the motel room and then says that they have to tell Emily the truth. Oh! I hope Emily is insane and is actually “A” and that the girls knew and have been hiding it from her! But it’ll probably be something lame.
Hanna tells her that after the police found Maya’s body, she, Aria, and Spencer came back to the motel room to get rid of everything. Why would they do that? That’s a shit ton of evidence. Aria says that they lied to Emily — they actually came back to an empty room. When they came back, everything was gone. Oooooh, that’s interesting! Hanna says the police couldn’t have taken anything because there was evidence against her mom and her mom’s not in jail, so . . . So Spencer lays it out: Someone else was helping Mona. And that someone is still out there. Whoa, what?! I would have never, ever guessed that in a million ye — oh, screw it, we all knew that Mona couldn’t be the mastermind. Why else would there even be a season 3?
Spencer’s car alarm goes off and they all run outside to find all the doors and the trunk open. And I will fully admit that I found that very creepy. Inside the car? Oodles of photos of the girls at the cemetery the night that Alison was dug up. And then, all the girls get a text that reads, “Mona played with dolls. I play with body parts. Game on, bitches. – A.”
Let’s just move along to episode two, shall we?
Ella is teaching the class about Hedda Gabler, which is the perfect play to give to moody, depressive high school students. That Ibsen was talented, but he sure as hell didn’t write rom-coms. Emily’s looking through her purse for a pen or an Indigo Girls CD and finds a bracelet.
Emily freaks out and asks to be excused and then Spencer and Aria follow her (way to respect the institution of learning, b-holes) and drag Hanna (who isn’t in class, natch) from the hallway into the restroom with them. Emily shows them the bracelet of possibly Alison’s teeth. They hear people coming into the restroom so they all run into one gigantic stall.
Even blind Jenna would veto that crap, and that girl can’t see. Or can she? Yeah. She can. Aria wants to give the necklace to the police because they just keep digging a deeper and deeper hole. Hey, Emily’s good at that!
Aww, too soon, Em? Em says that she can take all the blame, but the girls say that’s not true, and then they all argue about the necklace and then it falls in the toilet. Spencer says she’ll grab it, but Aria says she has to be careful because the toilets have sensors and will flush at a moment’s notice. Um, how would you know that, Aria?
Geez, I was just asking. Touchy. Speaking of touchy, the bell rings, spooking Spencer, and then it’s toilet time for teeth trinket. Flush fountain for flossy. And so on. Better lock it in your pocket, takin’ this one to the grave. Shhhhhhhhh.