By Scott Taylor
Lucas is still creeping around the halls. Even worse, he seems to have a problem with wanting to burn things. Lucas is a mystery character who has something up his sleeve.
Spencer's mom announces to Melissa and Spencer that she is Garrett's lawyer. She claims it's because she spoke to Garrett's mother and she can relate to having a child being falsely accused. Is this the real reason?
There is a rift between Spencer and Melissa, and there is clearly something Melissa knows that she isn't telling Spencer.
Spencer is doing detective work, straight out of The Rockford Files. She is calling the emergency room pretending to be Melissa. However, the emergency room has no record of Melissa ever being there. Spencer continues her detective work and finds out that her sister and mom stayed at the Hanover Resort together for a few days.
Mona Has Visitors
Mona goes from being mute to a chatterbox. She even is holding counsel in her room with other patients. Hanna is grilling Mona for answers, but either Mona is good at playing coy or she really is crazy.
When Hanna is on her way out of the mental hospital, she notices Lucas creeping around the facility. Apparently, Lucas was getting tired of just creeping out students, so he's taking a try at creeping out mental patients.
It turns out Lucas is visiting Mona in the loony bin, and even though his true intentions aren't known yet, he may just be trying to keep Mona in the mental hospital.
Mona Has More Visitors
How many visitors is Mona allowed? Caleb visits Mona and lays down the law. Caleb makes it clear he won't allow Mona to hurt Hanna. In response, Mona goes ballistic and has to be restrained. Do you think Mona is really crazy or is she an evil genius?
Teachers Do the Cheating
An anonymous student is ratting out Mrs. Montgomery for helping Emily pass her test. Luckily, Ezra comes to the rescue and takes the blame.
This will surely get Ezra back in the good graces of his girlfriend's parents. Will Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery finally accept Ezra dating their daughter after he saved Mrs. Montgomery's job?
Blind People Shouldn't Be Driving
Jenna and Aria's music session has more tension than a Drake and Chris Brown concert. While Jenna leaves the room, Aria notices a note in Jenna's room that says, "Earplugs." This leads to the Liars following Jenna.
Finally, someone in this show scraps the detective work and confronts Jenna. Hanna finally has enough and steps in front of Jenna's car and catches her red-handed.
Jenna explains that she feels like a target, and by her pretending to be blind, people let down their guard around her. She also claims to have helped Emily when she was blacked out. Jenna is asking the Liars to keep her secret. Is Jenna telling the truth? Should the Liars keep her secret?
The episode concludes with Mona singing like a crazy person in her bed and "A" pouring himself/herself a drink in a room with a body bag. This gives a creepy vibe that only Lucas could give. Is Lucas "A" or is this too obvious?
Going along with other episodes this season, some questions are answered and more mysteries remain. What is Lucas up to? Who is "A"? Is Jenna telling the Liars the truth? What are Spencer's mom and sister keeping from her? Yes, there are still plenty of questions to be answered.
Aria: "I can play snoop and the keyboard at the same time."
Emily: "You're not paranoid if someone is really out to get you."
Caleb: "Dude, you tried to set fire to my girlfriend."
Mona: "So tell me, did they ever find what's left of Alison?"
Spencer: "Melissa wouldn't tell me if my hair was on fire."