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Pretty Little Liars: Season 3, Episode 24:: A dAngerous gAme

Mar 20, 2013

This week on Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 24), Spencer is back home, but is she really okay? Read the Kidzworld Recap of “A dAngerous gAme" which aired March 19th, 2013 to discover what you missed!

The Return of Toby

Last night's season finale of PLL packed more than a few punches, starting with Spencer's return from Radley and the reappearance of Toby (not so dead after all!) For all the fans who never thought Toby was truly part of Team 'A', you were right! When Spencer gets out of Radley she's in much better shape, but still not her old self. We see a flashback where Spencer has lured Toby to a diner and we find out that he loves her after all is trying to keep her safe, and they've both cut deals with Mona. Spencer made a deal that she would abduct Malcolm and deliver the liars to a certain place in exchange for her reunion with Toby, while Toby agreed to work with Mona to keep Spencer safe. The two both have one thing on their minds though -discovering the identity of the girl in the red coat!

End of Ezria

The season finale saw one of our fave PLL couples finally break it off, and despite being younger it's Aria who makes the mature decision. She discovers that Ezra's been hiding a job offer from her high school, and realizes that what they've been trying to do is too hard. The two share a last moment in the high school hallways and Ezra hopes that in seven months time (after graduation) they might be able to pick up where they left off, but things will be even harder when she realizes that Ezra will be her substitute teacher.

After a lengthy absence Jenna reappeared in this episode and reunites with Paige's ex, Shana. It looks like her eyesight is slipping once again, and later Emily sees Spencer's sister Melissa heading into an abandoned house with Shana and Jenna - what could they be up to?

Red Coat Reveal!

This is a moment PLL fans have been waiting for since season 1. After discovering from Malcom that is Spencer that kidnapped him, the liars get Spencer to spill, which she gladly does revealing that Toby is okay and on their side, they start to put together a plan to catch the mysterious Red Coat. Spencer and Toby continue to pretend to work for the 'A' Team while the liars find their way to Mona's lair and wait for Red Coat to show up, but the lair is set on fire and Mona exclaims that Red Coat will "do anything" and reveals that she herself doesn't know who she is and got sucked into the games. Red Coat pulls the unconscious girls from the fire, but Hanna and Mona are sure that they saw her face and it was none other than Alison!

Driving home the girls try to figure out how their dead friend could still be alive when they come across Detective Wilden's cop car. And playing on a loop inside is the footage of Jenna and Shana moving his body after he was hit. 

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JennyD

JennyD wrote:

I know right
commented: Wed Jul 31, 2013

Girisawesome

Girisawesome wrote:

I hate how it doesnt start in a long time
commented: Fri Apr 05, 2013

princess nelly
i love that show and i watch it every tuesday. it sucks that its not coming on till jun...
commented: Wed Mar 27, 2013

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