Pretty Little Liars kicks off its final season tonight. Ten episodes to tell us who ultimately gets caught with the A baton in their hands, who killed Charlotte, who shot Spencer, who gave birth to every Little Liar. Is X person good? Is Y person bad? Who will end up with whom? But I only have one question left.
It’s been way too long since a building came to life to murder the Liars.
The Liars all have grand epiphanies about love, except for Emily who runs around in the woods for an hour trying not to get run under (again).
Professor Plum in the courtyard with a hollow piece of metal with a rectangle piece at the end.
An emoji steals Emily’s ovaries.
Emily almost gets some action but then discovers the girl she’s wooing doesn’t have a TV and calls the whole thing off.
Emily’s not dying after all. Sadly, neither is Ezra.
Ali hosts a dinner party with the hope of rooting out Charlotte’s killer. Meanwhile, Emily is dying.
Five years later, things are still exactly the same in Rosewood, PA.
We learn who A is… but the transphobic trope reinforced by the summer finale is the show’s most disappointing reveal yet.
Pretty Little Prom is a Pretty Little Disaster.
Aria asks Emily to prom and she says no!
“Sorry I was tripping balls at your birthday party and almost got everyone killed with a t-shirt cannon.”
Emily and Sara make out with their faces while the rest of the Liars are attacked by woodland creatures in the night.
Sara Harvey takes Emily to get a tattoo while Spencer and Hanna go creeping in the Radley Basement of Infinite Horrors.
Alison finds out all the ways Charles tried to murder her when she was a baby, and Emily defiles the Holy Water.
Alison’s brother’s imaginary friend is A, duh.
The Liars make it home from A’s dollhouse in one piece, kind of.
Alas, the Liars escape from the dollhouse without having a lesbian orgy.
“Emily might just realize that she’s now got a soul mate closer to her than she ever thought,” said Pretty Little Liars executive producer Oliver Goldstick because he wants to kill us.