Pretty Little Liars – Bloody Hell

by Alan Rapp on February 25, 2015

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Pretty Little Liars - Bloody Hell

As the Liars visit Alison (Sasha Pieterse) in jail for the first time since her arrest for Mona‘s (Janel Parrish) murder, now finally understanding that their friend isn’t A, their unknown enemy begins targeting the girls and their families once again. Spencer (Troian Bellisario), who is pushed into an Oxford interview by her mother, discovers A’s influence stretches all the way to London where a bloody mess destroys her college interview and leaves the most level-headed Liar in a state of panic.

Back in Rosewood Emily (Shay Mitchell) has a mixed reaction to the news that Talia (Miranda Rae Mayo) has quit her job and separated from her husband, especially when she stands up for Emily with a pageant official who doesn’t want to see a friend of Alison’s compete. Aria (Lucy Hale) gets a scare of her own when she stumble onto a A trap meant for her brother which would have done far more damage to Mike and illustrates A’s murderous nature is being displayed once more.

With the season finale quick approaching A’s attacks are becoming more vicious, a trend likely to continue for the season’s final three episodes. Despite her urgency to return home we get the foreshadowing of new trouble for Spencer as her mother urges her to remain overseas. The state of Emily and Talia’s relationship remains uncertain but Aria grows closer to Andrew (Brandon W. Jones) following A’s attack which likely would have killed her brother (the one witness likely to get Alison released from prison).

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