After a shocking revelation from the police, the spotlight is turned on four little liars who look to be crying wolf. But with everything pointing to Ian, how could the girls be wrong? Or could this be just another game "A" is playing with them? With the cops now demanding answers from Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer, will the girls come clean about "A," or are some secrets better left unspoken? Meanwhile, secret relationships take a toll on some of the Liars while others blossom. Love is not for the faint of heart. Written by
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First appearance of Yani Gellman (Garrett) See more
In the Scrabble scene in the motel room, the scoring and game-play are inaccurate.
Spencer: "...with the C on the double letter, it is... 32 points. Plus the triple word score gets me 96 points".
- You do not get 13 Scrabble tiles to play with - each player starts has 7 tiles.
- The Y is also on a double letter square.
- If the Y was not on a double letter square, the score would actually be 34, before the triple word score.
- Spencer's correct base score is 42. With triple word score, it's 126.
- There is a 50 point bonus for using all 7 tiles in one go, so this would make her score a minimum of 176.
What makes these inaccuracies noteworthy is the fact that Spencer's character is supposed to be studious and high-achieving. For her not to play the game correctly is incongruous with her story-lines. See more
You're the queen of heels and handbags. But out here you're dora the explorer. You have any other personalities I should know about?
Performed by The Pierces See more