Five high school girls and an ongoing mystery that is revolved around sick jokes, friend and family deaths, and the ultimate “A” game yet – the Pretty Little Liar’s enigma is still on. With season 6 well on its way, and the recent season 5 finale just ending, this game is surely close to an end.
Last week, the ABC Family phenomenon aired its season 5 finale that had fans dropping their jaws, getting on their knees, and yelling at their screens (literally). A disturbing reveal and twisting plot lines, the show truly shocked fans with their game-changing storylines. Many people have stopped watching the show due to lack of interest and preceding events that lead the mystery no closer to getting solved. Yet, with the end coming near, getting back on the “A-train” is surely something you would not want to miss.
Now I won’t spoil it for you, but Sasha Pieterse, who plays Alison on the show, reached a false verdict on Mona’s (Janel Parrish) death – a guilty homicide that led Emily (Shay Mitchell), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), and Aria (Lucy Hale) to join Alison in jail. At the beginning of the finale, the Liars were packed into a police van, on their way to the slammer to join Hanna. The next few moments lead to a hijacking and the girls waking up in their own rooms – or so they thought. It just so happened to be a doll house with replicated bedrooms and the girls clearly playing the role of the dolls. Okay “A”, we just want to know what is it with you and your unhealthy obsession with dolls?
By this time around, most people know that Mona is actually alive, as the producers decided to shock the audience with a surprise of Mona in the dollhouse, dressed like Alison (blonde hair, clothes, and all), talking like her, and playing the piano as if all was right in the world and there is no psychopath on the loose. No Mona, all is not right in the world and you are not Alison.
The entire finale revolves around the Liars figuring out who “A” is, devising a plan to escape, and saving their butts before they actually get killed this time. Once Spencer has a vision of the nefarious villain’s name, they begin to use his name with emotion, suggesting he has a soul. The five gals find themselves “escaping” to the outdoors, only to find themselves surrounded by an electric fence.
I don’t know about you, but I would much rather not want to relive Jurassic Park.
With season 6 on its way and the #CharlesIsA hashtag cycling through media, it is evident that the mystery of Charles and who he really is will be the primary focus of this last season. Whether the Liars escape the dollhouse nightmare is still unknown, but one thing we know for sure is that we are all tired of waiting to find out who “A” REALLY IS and why they like to play absurd pedophile doll-house games. Who knows – maybe Charles is just a vintage doll collector and this whole “get on the A-train and let’s play the A-game” ordeal is just a dream.
Either way, stay tuned on social media for upcoming hints on PLL’s season 6 premiere and keep up to date with Her Campus American as we give you the latest updates, Liar’s scenario’s on the upcoming season and everything in between ~