What do you do when a car is driven through your house? You can flip through some of the following choices: Freak out, call the police, try to rebuilt the wall with your own tears, or take matters in your own hands and try to take care of the situation yourself.
For whatever reason, these stubborn stars of “Pretty Little Liars” have shown us time and time again that they’re not so much fans of going somewhere else for help. Instead, they are intent on trying to find answers within the people that they can trust, and putting themselves through about a hundred rounds of torture before coming somewhere close to a solution.
Next week’s episode is entitled “The Guilty Girl’s Handbook,” and you can read a little bit more about it in the full synopsis below:
“Hanna comes up with a desperate plan to save her mother from a conviction and turns to the only person she thinks can help — Mona. Caleb tries to convince her Mona can’t be trusted, causing Mona to prove her loyalty in the most unexpected way. And Spencer returns to an old haunt to investigate new evidence relating to Wilden and his surprising ties to another mysterious death. Meanwhile, ‘A’s’ recent machinations take their toll on Emily and her mom, driving Emily to reconnect with her old boss Zoe (Rumer Willis) to look for an escape. And Aria relies on Jake (Ryan Guzman) to help her understand Mike’s new attitude, leaving them both confused about the nature of their relationship.”
Isn’t it nice to know that Jake still exists, especially after so much Ezra this past week? Well, that probably depends on if you actually want to see more of Ezria taking over the show in the future.
If you missed tonight’s episode for whatever reason, you can read our take on it here.
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