Pretty Little Liars 6×06 ‘No Stone Unturned’ This Stone is a Red Herring

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After a 2-week break the Liars are back, set on discovering the secrets of Lesli Stone. Like fake glasses, dog cages, and a messy car. She might have some issues, but she certainly isn’t ‘A’. 

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After discovering that Leslie was bunkmates with Bethany Young and in Radley the same time as Charles, they are convinced she is the mastermind behind their torture. She was very suspicious and the clues did all add up but it looks like Lesli is just someone who is trying very hard to escape her past. After Hannah steals her car with some over the top flirting to the valet attendant, her and Spencer get to work combing it for A shaped clues. They find some things that seem a bit concerning, her box of fake glasses and four dog cages that Spencer says look big enough to fit a Liar. The cages are most likely to house the animals Lesli tests on in her college lab. The glasses are another story, one that we don’t have the answers for. Maybe she just thinks they make her look smart and she got a great deal on Amazon.

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Needless to say Lesli is out of the hot seat and Charles is back in. After Mona confronts the girls ransacking Lesli’s lab, I say ransacking since there was a crazed raccoon loose and cheese sticks all over the floor, she takes a look at the only solid proof the Liars have that Charles is truly dead. The medical form showing that he donated his liver upon his death. She explains that with the medication he was taking for his depression he wouldn’t be able to donate his liver; therefore the form is a fake to throw them off track. But was it planted by Charles himself or someone setting him up to take the fall. Perhaps A is covering their tracks at every turn by planting clues to frame everyone.

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Mr. DiLaurentis gets a nice card on his windshield. It’s not until we see him digging up Charles’ grave at the close of the episode that we see what got him so freaked out. Apparently Charles is coming home for his birthday and wants to celebrate with dear old dad. It’ll be a ‘party to die for’. So I can see why Mr. D screamed at Emily wondering if she saw who left the note. If I got a vaguely threatening message from my presumably deceased, mentally disturbed son, I would be a little concerned as well. I’m glad Mr.D is doing what Hannah (and all of us) wanted to do all along, did up the grave to see once and for all if Charles is dead or not.

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It finally happened. Sarah and Emily kissed. I say finally not because I was waiting with anticipation, but because they built it up so much I knew it was bound to happen from the moment Sarah walked through the Fields’ front door. I am still not totally sold on Sarah being an innocent bystander, however each passing episode where she looks more scared and broken is slowly convincing me that I may have been a bit hasty in my judgment of her. The fact that she appears to have been hit by a car and stained Emily’s carpet with blood is what finally convinced me. It could all be fake, something else to add to the web of lies and manipulations, but all episode Sarah seemed genuinely nervous to start work with Caleb, and so sweet and honest with Spencer. I am slowly being won over by her. Looks like Emily is too.

Who will be the next suspect in the search for A?

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