First of all, I don't wanna zap Season Spoiler to this. I do not look up ahead, I haven't seen any episodes further on, but... I am the guy doing the quotes here on IMDb, there was a certain name with an unusual spelling, unusual way of writing it, rather... and I Googled it, and thank you, Wikipedia, you ruined it all for me, some weeks ago already I found out the identity of A. I insist that it doesn't make sense, what about Ian's body hanging in the bell tower, who cut him down, do I need to tell anybody that it would take a team?
All I'm gonna say is that this episode shows it as it is.
Now, I am a fan of the show, but I also (inwardly) jump up and down in indignation. Father Christmas runs around in public when it is obviously not winter. A girl would appear in that red coat without sticking out like a sore thumb? While alone, the mysterious figure knits wearing those thick leather gloves? Try doing that, surely it's nonsense? Look, the script pulls out all the stops to play the game to the hilt. As such, the show becomes laughable. It is an endless parade of pretty girls (wow, yeah) and fashion (why the majority of female fans watch) but sense? There isn't any of that. I've encountered some explanations in DVD extras, but there are stuff that will never be explained. I mean, I figure up till episode 160 the mystery will prevail, and then, the big reveal, and some explanations... but then, show's over folks, don't sweat the small stuff. And yet... this is a ship that cannot hold out water, it has more holes than Swiss cheese...
Had I written it, I know what I would have done. A is the Grim Reaper, A has skeleton bone hands... which explains the gloves. These girls did something at SPOILER ALERT the mentioned party long ago. I figure out, they insulted somebody. I know the circumstances of this person, and this is gonna floor ya all... but I won't say it here. They might have driven a person to extremes. This is a severely unbalanced person. Full details not known to me, and I'd rather not have known any of this, for I do imagine, I'd have been amazed. Gee, I can't blame Wikipedia, they're a font of knowledge, they can't zap Spoiler Alert to it all...
But I don't know anything really. There is still my theory re the twins. Now there is a honking big clue in this episode... that poster. Yeah, it's been around from #4. 01, and I noticed the 'twins theme'... but I thought it to be an actual movie. It was only about an hour ago that I tried to identify this movie, only to discover... well, seems this is not for real, I mean, just some made-up prop, Les Petite Filles Out Tout Le Plaisir means Little Girls Have All The Fun, ooh, Ali...!
In the Halloween episode that showed Ashley Marin having that flashback, delusion, whatever, re that little blonde girl in the bedroom... the little girl that stuck the knife into her sister...
I had an idea of the outcome back then. Hanna was one of ill-fated twins. But where Ali fits in, nah, don't ask me. Sasha Pieterse and Ashley Benson are both blonde, but physically worlds apart.
I am more confused than a chameleon in a Smarties* factory.
*little colorful sweets for kiddies
On a lighter note, away from all this speculation brought on by my Google research on the poster...
...the most beautiful same-sex couple, Emily and Paige. Doing that wonderful charming little dance towards the end. I can cry. I don't think Paige is gonna make it. I know one other major major regular character doesn't... (accident on Wikipedia long time ago too...)
One pet gripe. Ever since the Radley scene with Spencer, where they were at that window, Toby's been irritating the hell out of me. What a whiny wuss boy. And, hell, the dude has Spencer as a girlfriend, but chucks her out re slipped info... hey, dude, your Mommy's dead, ain't nothin' gonna bring her back, you have a warm caring girlfriend, go do the math, whiny wuss boy...!
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