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Pretty Little Liars: Season 2, Episode 10 :: Touched by an ‘A’-ngel

Aug 16, 2011

This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 2, Episode 10) Spencer stumbles across some intriguing evidence and Emily reaches her breaking point. Find out more in Kidzworld’s recap of Touched by an ‘A’-ngel, which aired August 16, 2011.

We See All

Completely creeped out, Aria confronts Jason about the pictures Spencer found in his shed. Jason denies taking them, and says that Alison was actually the one responsible for the photos. He even gives Aria an old box that he claims he discovered under the floorboards of Alison’s room. But, the girls don’t let him off the hook that easily.

Spencer and Toby pack up Ian’s old belongings and come across a yearbook. They notice that Jason, Ian and officer Garrett (who is in cahoots with Jenna) were all listed as part of the N.A.T. Club, which stands for “we see all” in Latin. Could the other guys be in on Ian’s creepy videos? What kind of club were they apart of?

In the Open

Aria oversees Ezra flirting with his ex-girlfriend Jackie. She’s not sure whether there is really something to worry about or if she is just being paranoid because she is feeling guilty about kissing Jason. When she confronts Ezra, Aria accidentally tells him about the kiss. To her surprise, Ezra isn’t upset. He says that it just makes him realize they can only have a healthy relationship if they come clean and tell everyone. Could this be a step forward?

Breakdown

It looks like ‘A’ is finally wearing away at Emily, who she considers the weakest link. After receiving another note, Emily goes over the edge and tells the therapist that the girls haven’t told her everything about Alison’s death. She intends to tell her about ‘A’ but then chickens out at the last minute. Previews of upcoming episodes make it clear that the girls finally tell someone about ‘A’ and her pranks, but who is it?

Have Your Say

Do you think Ian, Jason and Garrett killed Alison? Who will ‘A’ come after next? Let us know what you think!

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ticagirl99

ticagirl99 wrote:

I luv this show i think tat "A" is Ian.jason and the officer but jenna killed ali or ma...
commented: Fri Aug 19, 2011

mira_boo123

mira_boo123 wrote:

i like dis show
commented: Fri Aug 19, 2011

igottheheat

igottheheat wrote:

wachin it now
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