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Pretty Little Liars: Season 3, Episode 17:: Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Inferno

Jan 30, 2013

This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 17) The liars feel the weight of all the secrets they're keeping. Read the Kidzworld Recap of “Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Inferno” which aired January 29th, 2013 to discover what you missed!

Baby, One More Time

This week on PLL the girls are all suffering under the weight of the lies they've been telling, and it finally starts affecting all their relationships. While Spencer is in the midst of an all-out downward spiral, storming out of school she accidentally lets A manipulate her into spilling the secret to Ezra about his son, and by the end of the episode we see him start to crack as he leaves town and tells Aria that he'll talk to her soon (but will he?) Emily receives a package from "Nate"'s family with cards she wrote to Ali and a notebook, and the notebook leads her to the information that Ali may have been pregnant, and even more it might have been someone at Cape May!

Bar Star

Aria and Spencer aren't the only ones having serious relationship issues, Hanna is sick of being protected and after overhearing a conversation she clues into the fact that Paige and Caleb have teamed up to get rid of Mona, overhearing that they placed the brain in her locker. She decides to follow Paige to keep them out of trouble, but instead ends up in a lesbian bar getting a drink thrown on her by a jealous girlfriend, and is marched down to the police station for underage drinking. In the meantime though, it looks like Paige may not be a one-girl kind of girl, and Hanna is worried that Emily doesn't know.

Cop Talk

At the station Hanna runs into Emily. Emily's mother has started working at the station, and she decides to turn over the notebook to the police, which of course means it goes straight into the hands of Det. Wilden, and they realize once they're at the station that he was in Cape May at the same time Ali was, could he have been the potential father of her child that she was so afraid of? Meanwhile Spencer has only revealed to Emily that she and Toby have broken up and she also hasn't revealed why to any of the liars, in fact she blows up at Aria saying that maybe they deserve the taunting from A, however just when it looks like she might be trying to meet up with Toby it turns out that she's actually decided to hire a private investigator to follow him and to find out where the "A" key leads to!

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