Pretty Little Liars: Season 3, Episode 23 :: I'm Your Puppet
This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 23), "A" ups the ante and forces the liars into difficult positions. Read the Kidzworld Recap of “I'm Your Puppet" which aired March 13th, 2013 to discover what you missed!
Last week on PLL Spencer snapped, and went as far as telling Mona that she would join forces with her. Still stuck in Radley, Spencer gets Eddie's help in accessing the creepy baby room that we once saw Mona in, and while there she experiences a hallucination (or is it?) where she dances with Ali, and remembers that shortly before her death she'd had a bloody lip and had claimed that a girl had given it to her - but who? After talking to Wren (who Eddie doesn't trust at all) she discovers that CeCe used to visit Mona! Alison's antics actually got CeCe thrown out of college sending her on a downward spiral, and made her want to mentor other young women with mental issues.
Meanwhile,Emily's mom lets slip that another body has been found in the woods, and despite a trip to the morgue the liars still can't confirm whether or not Toby is dead since the body isn't his.
We know that no treachery is beyond "A," so it should't be surprising that kidnapping children is now on the list. Aria is supposed to pick up Ezra's son Malcom from karate practice, but when she gets there finds that another "Aria" has already swung by to get him. Aria finds Malcom at the circus, and the boy says that a girl named Alison came to get him (freaky!) This leads to yet another Ezra-Aria break-up since she's convinced this is just the start of the problems they'll be facing and refuses to put Ezra and Malcolm in more danger.
Ezra and Aria aren't the only ones experiencing parenting issues, Caleb spent this episode discovering that Jamie was still a no-good thief after the missing church bell and the mysterious dice-covered bill come to light, but when "A" reveals that the whole thing had been a set-up he's angry with the one person who cares about him the most - Hanna!
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