DO NOT click this article unless you watched last night's episode or are a masochist.
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Last night was the summer season final of PLL! It took a whole season but FINALLY some of the big questions were answered.
In the grand scheme of things, we had a death, an addiction, a nude photo scandal, and a secret service agent all roll through ACN, but none of it felt THAT important.
So we finally find out what happened to Maggie in Africa.
Despite a 45 minute crying scene that really needed subtitles, and some poor editing on the part of ABC, this episode seriously broke my heart.
There was a lot less melodrama this week and much more characterization within ACN itself, and the seemingly season-long plot line of 'Operation Genoa,' has taken a big upswing. Let's recap, shall we?
Nothing brings me more joy every week then sitting down and watching the PLL girls act like a mess all over my TV screen.
Never a dull moment with this one! Like that ex you don't want run into, Pretty Little Liars brought back Melissa, Spencer's possible killer sister.
As I sat down to watch this week’s Bachelorette, paired perfectly with a bottle of 3 dollar Pinot Grigio from Trader Joe’s, I tried to be positive. I tried to go into this week with a full heart—with hope, and with love. That’s what the show is supposed to be about, right?