Later on, over lunch or breakfast or brunch or whatever, the girls agree that they couldn’t have taken the necklace to the police because Em’s fingerprints are all over it. God, I really hate television for perpetuating the stereotype that your fingerprints are on EVERYTHING. You can’t even really get accurate fingerprints from a gun let alone a tooth necklace. Also, why is the screen so glossy? It’s like a Moonlighting episode.
“ADDISON!!!! I demand more Vaseline!”
If you still haven’t watched “Moonlighting,” I highly suggest it. It was both ahead of its time AND a perfect snapshot of its time. Will future generations say the same about Pretty Little Liars?
Hanna’s earrings say no.
I’m sorry, those things are just ick in any time period. Spencer and Aria tell Hanna to make Mona talk about what’s going on because she probably has secrets and minions. Hanna: “You guys ripped me a new one last week for visiting her. Now you want me to go back there with cupcakes?” Hahahaha! Yes. YES. Spencer agrees to talk to Garrett if Hanna talks to Mona, but Hanna just skulks off. And then Jenna returns, with her sunglasses and cane. The girls think Lucas and Jenna are in cahoots. Jenna runs into some dude and Aria’s all, “Is it just me or is she blinder than last year?” Hee.
Hanna joins Caleb in a classroom to tell him that she’s meeting with her mom after school, so maybe they could do dinner tomorrow night instead. Methinks Caleb knows that Hanna is lying. Emily’s talking to the other girls about how she might have to be held back. Which, given that it’s the first day of her senior year, I’d think that’d probably be something that would have been discussed earlier. Like May. When school ended. Aria suggests that Ezra tutor Emily. The other girls are skeezed out, but Aria insists. And then Meredith shows up. Unfortunately for us, it is not Meredith Baxter-Birney, but the skank that Aria’s dad skanked around with when he was skanking around on Aria’s mom. She tells Aria that she’s applying for a teaching position at the school. Oh, bitch, what?!
After school (or something), Aria is complaining to Ezra about the Meredith thing while they hide out in Ezra’s car to avoid any uncomfortable statutory-ness. You know what? If you have to hide out in your boyfriend’s car because your relationship is semi-illegal, then, I’m sorry:
That’s a dealbreaker, ladies!
You know what else should be a dealbreaker? EZRA IN GENERAL. I’ve seen bowls of Cream of Wheat that were more interesting. Whine, Aria, whine whine whine. Ezra tells her not to tell any of her parents because her dad will get pissed off and take it out on their relationship. I’m sorry, I meant “relationship.” She tells him to help out Emily.
At the pokey, Spencer is visiting Garrett, where she tells him to give her more info before she asks her mom to be his lawyer. He says that he didn’t kill Maya or Alison and whatever was taken from Alison’s grave would prove that. So . . . huh? Wasn’t Alison missing for, like, a year and then her body was found? So it’s whatever she was buried in? Wouldn’t her parents have picked out her burial clothes or something? I don’t know. This show . . . it bugs, you guys. It bugs. Garrett says that someone Spencer knows well is lying to her, but medical records don’t lie. And then Garrett motions for the guard to take him away.
Back at the Rosewood Asylum for Secondary Characters, Hanna is talking to Mona about stupid gossip crap. I will say that a part of me thinks it’s very sweet that Hanna is still talking to Mona like she’s not, you know, bat-shit insane. She brings up Noel Kahn and asks Mona if he ever comes to visit. Mona finally looks at Hanna, but doesn’t say anything. Then the moment I’ve been waiting for finally arrives (I saw it in the season 3 previews and it gave me metaphoric PLL-boner): Hanna starts to get angry and tells Mona that if she told the police that Mona tried to run her over then Mona’d be in jail and then she’s all, “You owe me!” and throws a chair. It’s good, but it’s not as satisfying as I thought it’d be. And then Wren runs in, all, What’s going on? It’s another convenient moment in this show of many convenient moments. Wren says that the visit is o-VAH. They leave and Mona stares at the visitor’s pass that Hanna threw into the wastebasket.
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