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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Pretty Little Liars - Blind Date review

We were starting to get annoyed at the show for dragging out the Ian thing, and so were some of our readers. We understand that the show can’t reveal A, but a lot of the other little mysteries can be solved periodically. We think Ian is a “little mystery.

Ian is definitely dead (yesssss!). He was found shot in the head with a gun in his hand. Leeard thinks A (probably) killed Ian and planted the suicide note. Most people think that Ian really did kill Alison. We disagree. We think that Ian did not kill Alison, but just thought he did. He got rough with her, she passed out, he freaked, and then someone else actually finished her off. He wrote the suicide note admitting the murder and killed himself out of guilt.

We can’t wait for Melissa’s meltdown at Spencer that is slated for next week. We are not liking Melissa lately. We were sort of on her side when Spencer was stealing all of her boyfriends, but now she’s being a secretive chode. We DO like Wren, his helping of Spencer, his accent, and his reappearance.

Hanna and Caleb’s double date with Lucas and Danielle was cute. It was a little lame when Hanna confronted dead Alison, because the only ghosts on this show are in people’s heads. The whole argument was going on inside Hanna. But we liked her breakthrough and seeing her stand up to Alison in therapy. We are waiting for A to murder the therapist, but we are pretty sure that A is just going to plant the therapist’s keys on one of the girls to frame them.

We saw sparks between Aria and Jason, and we are loving it. We are glad Aria’s brother, Mike, has appeared again. With a secret. He needs to get more interesting, and the show seems like it’s going to deliver. Question: What’s Samara’s secret? She’s too perfect, and it’s this show. We really love her with Emily, though. What a great way of preempting the scholarship letter situation.

All-in-all, this was a fast-paced, entertaining episode with an ending that moved the plot forward.

Episode grade: A


  1. This episode was creepy and I loved it. I think A killed Ian, because they showed that a horseshoe was missing where Ian was found dead, and A gave a horseshoe to the guy at the pawn shop. I think Ian didn't kill Alison. A did, and either planted the note or maybe threatened to hurt Melissa and made Ian write it. I don't know. This show is crazy. And I like that Mike has a secret too because I always wondered what was the purpose of his character. So anyways this was a great episode :) Let's see what happens next week!

  2. Yeah, we saw the horseshoe. That could just mean that A was watching and wanted the girls to know that he/she was present and creeping.

    Definitely a good one. We like when the show gets scary.

  3. I don't think the girls saw the horseshoe. It was just shown to us.

    I like it too when it gets scary :)

  4. If they saw it, they will probably talk about it fearfully in the first few minutes of the next episode.

    We actually read a reviewer COMPLAINING that the series was getting too much like horror. Whatever.