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The promo for next week seems to grant two of my wishes, with the presence of creepy Wren (watching Hanna and Caleb snog, for some reason) and an offer from Mrs. DiLaurentis for Emily to stay in Alison's old room. That place must be crawling with clues, so hopefully there's something mind-blowing to break the monotony of pre-finale water-treading. See you there!
The moment that pregnancy bump loomed into shot on Julia's porch, my head was already in my hands. What are the chances her water will have broken by the next ad break? High, I thought. High.
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After last week's upturn, Imperfect Circles was a frustrating combination of mawkishness and actual progress. People died, a kid was born, and we discovered the source of Chester's Mill's woes was a tiny green egg. As revelations go, the latter was an abstract but not unintriguing one.