Episode Synopsis: Drama, and Romance, and Hotties! Oh my! "Oh my" is right when a shirtless Jason (Alison’s brother) returns to Rosewood with a few secrets of his own (although was anyone actually paying attention to what he was saying?). More drama in the Marin household as Ashley finds out she has an unexpected appointment with their un-authorized loan lender.
A has a task for Hanna: Expose Aria and Ezra’s relationship to Aria’s mom, Ella. Needing the cash, Hanna accepts. But don’t worry, thanks to Caleb, Ella didn't find out—or so we think.
Emily renews her commitment with the swim team, which sparks a vicious rivalry with Paige, the wannabe team captain, who buys the team beaded bracelets—just like the ones Ali gave the girls. Interesting. Once again Spencer the Investigator tries to find out more.
And finally Spencer confesses something about the shadow in the picture of Ali on the night of her death...
Boots and jackets are very in right now, and our Liars used every opportunity to showcase their goods this episode. The winner for best ensemble of this week goes to Hanna, hands down.
The boots, the jacket, the sparkly tie necklace, the bag, the hair—I don’t even know which to love most! White on jeans is simple, but I love it and Hanna really dresses it up here with her accessories. It’s a perfect look for school, and this white jacket is so gorgeous. Such a better piece than last week’s penguin tailed blazer.
Hanna’s second outfit was PLL Editor Kate’s favorite. Look at that popped collar, this jacket is fierce! I’m a big fan of bright colors and I love the yellow top paired with the mauve skirt. And another oversized hobo bag to finish the outfit. I’m sure if Hanna had a yard sale with just her bags she’d have enough money to help her mom out.
I know this picture is a little dark but I absolutely love Hanna’s boots here. And they are just the perfect length for the skirt--any higher and she'd be like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman, before the makeover.
And yet another jacket, pair of boots, and bag for Hanna - just how big is this girl's closet?! I really like this color combo, and it compliments Hanna well. So don’t you worry your pretty little head Hanna, we still think you look fab! The plunging neckline of the jacket fits over the halter perfectly so we’re still able to see the necklace design on the top.
Where in the world is Spencer Hastings? I know she’s trying to fight crime, but that doesn’t mean she has to roll her pants up and pair them with those white lace up booties. I mean didn’t we learn last week that that pant length is just not flattering on anyone?!
It’s very unfortunate because I do really like her top half. I’m a big fan of polka dots, and the bohemian blouse and vest combo looks super cute. I love the loose tie collar, and the blouse hits at the perfect spot on Spencer's hip. I could maybe do without the hat (I thought you couldn't wear hats in school?), but it does go well with the outfit.
Oh I'm so happy that Spencer got the braid right this week—such a better style than last week’s “Little House On The Prairie” 'do. Look how gorgeous this over the top braid with small bun is!
I kept going back and forth on this outfit, or really, outfits as the black jacket adds a totally new look. Again, I like it from the waist up because I’m not a fan of how the bottom of the shirt fans out. I really like this black and white cardigan, and the lace on the blouse is pretty, but...
...it kind of looks like she’s wearing a way too small ballet outfit.
I do like the buttons on the jacket and her earrings match them almost perfectly. I wish I could see the jacket in person, but I do like how it dresses up Spencer's look, so in conclusion, I like the outfit in its entirety (maybe it's just the pizza box though, I'm not sure).
I know that butterfly sleeves are going to be in this spring, but no matter what season we’re in, I’m not much of a fan. Aria looks like a punk-rock medieval chick here and it doesn’t flatter her figure at all. I do like the color, and I like how the earrings match her belt and the outline of the collar.
Once she covers it up with a jacket the outfit improves a little, though how she fit those sleeves in there I have no idea. This outfit is true to Aria’s personality, but who cares what she’s wearing overtop, it’s what is underneath that matters!
“What do you think of my work so far?” What an awww moment! And so clever Aria! I’m very proud, and a nice choice of tie may I add.
This outfit is a full on Monet—from far away it looks cute, but up close and personal, well, not so much. I absolutely love the boots and the jeans though, maybe if we could swap Spencer's tops with Aria's bottoms...
I like the detail on the sweater, but again with the flowy hem, and the short cut. I know she’s in High School, but it just looks like a sweater a kindergartener would wear.
I’ve been trying to figure out what about this outfit makes me not like it, and I think it’s the jacket, necklace and clutch. So pretty much everything.
I like, not love, the dress, but I don’t like the cropped jacket overtop of it, it’s just too much satin. I also don’t like the one vertical stripe down the middle.
I LOVE the shoes though, I wish we could have seen more of them.
Ezra’s black, military-style pea coat is super sharp, and I approve as long as I’m looking at it from the waist up (again with the waist up business!).
Otherwise I think it fits funny and makes him look like a little boy. Is it too long? The square pockets? Or the pants paired with the jacket? All of the above?
But really? Who cares what he looks like when he looks this cute sitting inside a limo?!
Here we see Emily's tom-boy look dressed up! It may not win any best dressed awards, but it’s a great look for school—comfy and stylish and very well put together. I like the purple/mauve scarf to add some color, and that khaki green military style jacket is superb. A+ Em!
And check out those full lace-up boots! They are to die for! (hope A doesn’t see them)