Pretty Little Liars – Episode 7 Review
The biggest secret of Pretty Little Liars is revealed in this episode! The girls learn that they can play a prank on Mona and still have an answer for the Liars, yet it all ties back to Jenna. So, you’ll have to watch the episode in order to get the rest of the details.
There is a new player in town who everyone wants to know more about: Alison’s dad. This is the key to her problem. She is afraid to confront him so she must distract him. That is what she does in this episode!
Billie Eilish played Alison’s mom in the first few episodes. Now she has been given more screen time as someone who is even more disturbed than Alison. Her appearance here takes some of the spotlight off Alison who is still dealing with her recent suicide attempt. As the story develops more, she is able to place more importance on her family.
In addition to Ali, Yasmin Sahan plays one of the witnesses. It appears that she will play a big role going forward. She was an integral part of the first few episodes but she did not appear as much as she did this week.
As mentioned earlier, Billie Eilish plays Alison’s mother in this episode. Here she is telling the truth and making some very big changes in her life. Her parents are not quite as happy as she had hoped for them.
It is important to note that Jenna was not at all pleased with her appearance in this episode. She had planned to go out with the girls the following night. Her appearance before the group in this episode makes her seem even more out of place. Alison looks like she might be going for another attempt to commit suicide.
Billie Eilish did get to meet some of the other girls when she went to get flowers. One of the girls ended up having a tattoo done. It was a new tattoo with a funny story attached to it.
Pretty Little Liars was done pretty well this week. The flashbacks kept viewers intrigued and the reveals kept the mystery ticking along. It all tied back to Mona.
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