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Is it just me, or has there always been something a little off-kilter about Mrs. Dilaurentis? In this episode of Pretty Little Liars we see a few different sides of her, and none of them are particularly flattering.
Emily (Shay Mitchell) and her mom have been living out of a motel since ‘A’ decided to send a strongly worded message via a car through their living room wall. Of course, her mother just thinks it was a reckless driver, but Emily knows the truth. Only ‘A’ could get away with slamming heavy machinery into a house without leaving a trace.
As if Emily’s stunt with the missing key to Wilden’s apartment wasn’t enough of a blow to her mother’s sanity. Pam (Nia Peeples) has had a rough run as of late with her household (literally) falling apart. The child-abuse concerns seem to have fallen by the wayside, »
- Lindsay Sperling
Teen soap "Pretty Little Liars" has taken a particularly dark turn this season, especially for The Fields family.
Pam (Nia Peeples) faced allegations of child abuse after she grabbed her daughter Emily's (Shay Mitchell) arm during an argument in front of her high school. The police investigation is most likely the work of the elusive "A" and it might be the furthest the faceless blackmailer has gone thus far on the ABC Family series.
"I was thrilled to see something come my way that really made my character walk a difficult path," she said. "It's much more challenging for me. I prefer that."
Peeples said the child abuse storyline is an invigorating arc for her character after »
- Ryan Buxton
We'll confess to not seeing the ending to "Pretty Little Liars" latest episode coming at all. But we definitely are not surprised in the least.
Hanna has the spectacularly bad idea that she's going to take the fall for her mom, claiming she actually killed Wilden in self-defense. And let's be real -- the only Liar who could remotely pull something like that off is Spencer.
After some excellent coaching from Mona -- the only one who has actually lived in a lie -- Hanna seems, well, still not ready. It seems like it's going to backfire miserably, so thankfully Caleb is there to rein Hanna in.
Then awesomely, it's Mona who walks sassily into the police station and confesses, providing the Liars with an enigmatic smile at the end. Mona rules all. Mona should be in every episode and the show should be retitled "Mona and Some Other Girls. »
Has Wilden’s true killer finally been revealed? … I doubt it.
There’s a chance Hanna (Ashley Benson) might have gone a little too far helping her mom on the July 30 episode of Pretty Little Liars. Desperate to get her mom out of prison, she decided to tell the cops that she killed Detective WIlden (Bryce Johnson), and she turned to the one person she knew could help her perfect a lie: Mona (Janel Parrish)! Unfortunately, Hanna’s knight in shining hair didn’t approve of her new ally. Could this be the beginning of the end of her relationship with Caleb (Tyler Blackburn)?
Nope! They’re still fine. (Sorry to get you all worried there.) There was a pretty big twist, though, when Mona showed up to the police station and confessed to killing Wilden herself! What does she have up her sleeve?!
Did Wilden Kill Toby’s Mom? »
- Andy Swift
The first Sunday after the July 4 holiday saw primetime originals on every network except Fox. The biggest kid on the block was Big Brother (2.1/6). With some of last week’s online controversy addressed on air, the vet reality series was up 11% from its June 30 broadcast. The highest-rated show on the Big 4 last night was also the second-highest-rated Big Brother episode this season behind its 2.2 from the June 26 premiere. Big Brother was the second-most-watched show Sunday night with 6.25 million viewers; a 60 Minutes encore at 7 Pm was the most watched overall with 7.55 million viewers. According to preliminary results, the second-highest-rated show Sunday was Fox’s Family Guy (1.7/5) repeat at 9 Pm. Overall, CBS and Fox tied for the top spot in adults 18-49 with both scoring a 1.2/4. Among total viewers, CBS was No. 1 with 5.426 million watching. Related: CBS Embraces Paula Deen Summer With Racial Slur Episode Of ‘Big Brother’ Fox had a full »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
It was certainly an adventure '80s pop star Tiffany wasn't expecting when she signed up for "Celebrity Wife Swap." Shw switched places with actress Nia Peeples, and was completely stunned to find that Nia wasn't living in typical celebrity accommodations.
Nia lives in a renovated mobile home, and there isn't room in the home for a guest room. So where would Tiffany sleep?
Nia's husband, Sam, explained, "When people come to stay, they stay out here in the lovely garden. We pitch them a tent.”
“What am I doing in a tent back here?" Tiffany said in her first night outside. "God, please help me.”
Luckily, the tent proved to be the most unpleasant part of the swamp for the one-time queen of the mall tour. In fact, it proved to be a positive experience for both women. Tiffany learned she was a little controlling and high maintenance while »
- Jason Hughes
"Celebrity Wife Swap" has outdone itself this summer. When the series returns on Sunday, June 23, audiences will get a double swap: Bristol Palin and her sister, Willow -- the daughters of politician Sarah Palin -- will trade places with Joan and Melissa Rivers.
The results may be explosive.
For the episode, Melissa Rivers will head to Wasilla, Alaska to spend a week living with Willow Palin and Bristol's four-year-old son, Tripp. Bristol Palin, meanwhile, will head to Los Angeles for a week with Joan and Melissa's 12-year-old- son, Cooper. Two very different lifestyles will be on display for the show.
At the Palin household, it seems that Tripp is in charge. Melissa will have to deal not only with snow (not a big thing in La) but also with Tripp's energy and lack of discipline. Willow isn't likely to be much help with this as she is more often Tripp's co-conspirator. »
"...the girls receive a disturbing message from 'A' which reads, "The truth won't set you free. I'm going to be bury you with it..."
Cast includes regulars Troian Bellisario, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell, Ian Harding, Keegan Allen, Tyler Blackburn, Janel Parrish, Laura Leighton, Holly Marie Combs, Sasha Pieterse, Chad Lowe as Byron Montgomery and guest cast Lindsey Shaw, Tammin Sursok, Julian Morris, Bryce Johnson, Torrey DeVitto, Lesley Fera,
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- Michael Stevens
Mti Home Video has recently released the thriller 23 Minutes to Sunrise. This film stars Eric Roberts and the film released on DVD March 19th. The film's story is a mystery. Several characters find themselves at a rest stop. A man has an unnamed proposition for them, but no one wants to take him up on his offer. Events become dangerous when a young man brings a gun into the equation. But, is their an escape from this lonesome diner? An early review for 23 Minutes to Sunrise has been positive. The film has been called a "clever ensemble piece," by Mike Thomas (Matchflick). And, the film's trailer is curious. View the clip below. Release Date: March 19th, 2013 (DVD). Director: Jay Kanzler. Writers: Jay Kanzler and Patrick Pinkston. Cast: Eric Roberts, Nia Peeples, Bob Zany and Dingani Beza. The trailer for the film is here: An early review of the film is »
- email@example.com (Michael Allen)
So many questions, so few answers. Help us decipher five of last night’s biggest revelAtions!
Like all good season finales, the March 19 episode of Pretty Little Liars answered the biggest questions lingering on fans’ minds, while also introducing a million new ones to ponder during the hiatus. HollywoodLife.com picked our top five burning questions from last night’s mind-blowing finale, and we’d love to hear your theories.
1. Who Set The Fire?
Toby (Keegan Allen) is most likely going to take the fall for lighting the house on fire — the arsonist gave him the lighter once the deed was done — but I’m pretty sure he’s not the guilty party. So who is? Alison (Sasha Pieterse) pulled the girls, including Mona (Janel Parrish), out of the burning building, so I don’t think it’s her. Could it be Jenna (Tammin Sursok) or Shana (Arielle Miranda)?
2. What »
- Andy Swift
10 items from 2013
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