What started out for me as a show of curiosity of a mystery ended up as a show that dragged me to the finish line. So many times there were so many plot twists and turns I couldn’t keep up. I sometimes struggled to figure out what was going on and some episodes were just not satisfying at all. My confusion of many things didn’t help.
There were twins (two now!) and so many weird connections and how some people were the villains but ended up not made it a difficult follow many times.
I love the movie. I cry in it.
And now it’s a musical! With PLL’s Janel Parrish!
Oh yes wow OMG! I am going!!
I am excited only because I don’t know why I continue to watch this. LOL.
It’s appropriate that the Season 6 premiere of ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars (June 2, 8/7c) is titled “Game on, Charles” because, as you’ll see in TVLine’s exclusive first look at the promo, the newly revealed “A” has only begun to play.
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And because this alleges to be the “summer of answers,” allow me to pose a few questions for you to consider while you obsessively re-watch the 30-second teaser all weekend (unless that’s just me):
0:03 — How did Mona get separated from the herd?
0:10 — Is she “M”? If so, how is she sending the girls’ messages from wherever Charles is keeping her?
0:12 — Who is Toby pointing that thing at?
0:19 — What inspired the return of Aria’s pink hair?
0:15 — Is that pizza or vomit?
0:22 — If…
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Toying with my emotions. Just tell us who A is. Also, they were in LA?
Oh man, that season finale was stupid intense. I didn’t watch it as it aired, but I watched it right when I got home. I have to tell you, I had plenty to tweet about it.
I didn’t realize that it was a record setter. But apparently, my tweeting about it contributed to this amazing record.
I never thought that this show was so popular. But apparently, it’s a big deal. Bigger deal than that Game of something show.
Check out the tweets that contributed. SPOILERS
Always with the coffee on Pretty Little Liars.
I am not ashamed to admit that I have a guilty pleasure of watching Pretty Little Liars. I started a few weeks ago on Netflix and now I am almost caught up. The show isn’t even that great, but I’ve invested too much time into it to stop.
One thing I noticed is that it seems that every episode, there is a reference to coffee. Whether they’re drinking it, buying it, hanging out at a cafe or making plans to get it, it’s always there. And this show is about high schoolers. When did high school kids start drinking coffee that frequently?
And apparently, I am not the only one who has noticed: