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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! Back to Article

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JennyD
JennyD wrote:
2013-07-31 15:35:00 -0700

Toby's alive actually

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shaunty2much
shaunty2much wrote:
2013-03-13 14:59:39 -0700

I need to catchup

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briannasomindless
briannasomindless wrote:
2013-03-13 14:47:53 -0700

omg toby died

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