Pretty Little Liars Just Set Up A Suspect List For Next Week’s Twin Reveal And Here’s Who We Think It Could Be
Mona? Mrs D? Sara Freaking Harvey?
So it’s official, next week’s Pretty Little Liars finale will unveil the long awaited twin reveal. But who on earth (or more specifically, Rosewood) will it be? Episode 19 ‘Did You Miss Me?’ expertly set up a suspects list, with a certain former resident leading the pack…
After Ali took a spectacular tumble down a flight of beautifully carpeted stairs, she was visited via the medium of dream by her deceased mum Mrs D. But was this really a dream? Could Jessica have a much nicer, more affectionate twin who actually likes Alison? This one seems most likely, especially as PLL has a habit of having ghosts who aren’t actually ghosts visit the girls while they’re in hospital…
If there has been one thing missing from 6B it’s been the severe lack of Vanderwaal. Bringing in a second sassy genius with a penchant for fluffy dice key rings would by far make up for this. The Liars mentioned Mona and her many personalities in this episode – could this be down to the fact that there are two Monas? OR was Mona in actual fact murdered in series five and the Mona to be held captive in the Dolls house actually be her twin?
Call us crazy, but we thought Sara Harvey was forced to hire the world’s most forgetful driver (seriously, how did he not recognise Emily and Spencer) because her hands were too badly burned. But then this episode, there she was, driving a car, in the broad daylight for all to see. Or was she? Could Sara Harvey have a twin who hates brunch as much as she does?
We’re still reeling rom Hanna and Caleb’s sure to backfire ‘I killed Charlotte’ plan – seriously, how have they learned so little after years of facing off with the A team? However, if she does in fact have a twin, surely she can pin her fake confession on evil Hanna before getting back with Caleb and working in Lucas’ all expenses paid Rosewood House Of Fashion. Which brings us to…
Does anyone else find it totally unbelievable that Lucas’ return was simply to aid a plot devise for Hanna to have somewhere to stay in Rosewood? Yeah, we don’t buy it. Something shady is going on with Lucas – although it’s more likely to do with his undying love for Han as opposed to an obsession with finding her tormentor’s killer.
OK, let’s shine a light on the big old elephant in the room. Ever since she returned to Rosewood after faking her death and being on the run from A, Alison has been A TOTALLY DIFFERENT PERSON. The once scheming, vicious, mean, and manipulative Queen B we all knew and hated has gone, replacing her with a picnic loving, English literature teaching goody two shoes. Surely a leopard doesn’t change its spots THAT easily?