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Pretty Little Liars: Season 3, Episode 21 :: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 21), Spencer knows that Toby is in league with Mona, and now he's M.I.A. Read the Kidzworld Recap of “Out of Sight, Out of Mind," which aired February 27th, 2013 to discover what you missed! Back to Article

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pandababyblue123
pandababyblue123 wrote:
2013-07-31 17:52:39 -0700

I watched this Toby is Alive

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-31 17:51:30 -0700

capitAl

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-31 17:50:44 -0700

Umm.. Toby's alive with a capitol A

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namirahloves1D
namirahloves1D wrote:
2013-03-02 00:10:07 -0800

Maybe he's DEAD!

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Manjari825
Manjari825 wrote:
2013-02-28 19:49:22 -0800

never watched it, but sounds good!!!

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Imasimmer132
Imasimmer132 wrote:
2013-02-27 15:51:17 -0800

I don't like toby after what he did to spencer but I would never believe he's dead.

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Andie_The_Great
Andie_The_Great wrote:
2013-02-27 13:32:46 -0800

This past episode is intence

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kararox101
kararox101 wrote:
2013-02-27 13:10:59 -0800

i love pretty little liers and im not sure what i think to tell you the truth , its all crazy but what do you think? do you think Toby died

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