- Title: Pretty Little Liars – Hit and Run, Run, Run
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Dealing with the immediate fallout of Elliot‘s (Huw Collins) death, the Liars bury the doctor’s body and spend the entire night and early morning attempting to wipe away any traces of their connection to his disappearance. With Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Alison (Sasha Pieterse) both in shock the other Liars will have to step-up to get the job done. However, that’s easier said than done as things start going wrong with the plan early as Aria (Lucy Hale) has trouble sneaking Allison back into the hospital and the weight of the night’s events, plus the sudden rocky relationship with Caleb (Tyler Blackburn), force Spencer (Troian Bellisario) to implode.
Despite the issues the Liars run into, things go more smoothly than they have any right to. And, thanks to some unexpected help from Mona (Janel Parrish), Spencer’s drunken bad decisions don’t derail the plan. With the evidence all pointing to Elliot bolting, especially after Toby (Keegan Allen) discovers a troubling truth about the good doctor, the Liars look to be in the clear. However, the sudden reappearance of Jenna Marshall (Tammin Sursok) suggests things are far from over.
The best episode of the new season so far, “Hit and Run, Run, Run” lays many cards on the table while foreshadowing other important pieces to the puzzle. While their friends struggle with the night’s events, Aria and Emily (Shay Mitchell) are able to hold it together. And thanks to Mona stepping up the group has at least a fighting chance to keep their latest secret (along with the discovery of a cellphone that links Elliot and Jenna). I’ll be interested to see the fallout of Spencer’s drunken mistake, both on the night’s events and how her blitzed make out session with Marco (Nicholas Gonzalez) may further complicate matters with Caleb.