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Pretty Little Liars: Season 3, Episode 4::Birds of a Feather

This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 4), Aria and debate on whether to reveal secrets to their loved ones and Spencer tries to get the bottom of Melissa’s mysterious miscarriage. Read the Kidzworld Recap of “Birds of a Feather” which aired June 26, 2012 to discover what you missed! Back to Article

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-08-01 14:41:15 -0700

be careful emily

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ashaunte10
ashaunte10 wrote:
2012-07-10 21:59:49 -0700

this is my show smile^.^

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chachi:)
chachi:) wrote:
2012-06-27 20:57:11 -0700

thiz is tha show 2 watch luv itt

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ObeyMalacia
ObeyMalacia wrote:
2012-06-27 15:05:57 -0700

Thumbs Up!

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