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The Wilden problem continues to pester Hanna and her mom, and Spencer thinks she finds Toby dead in the forest, kicking off a too-long narrative arc of her feeling emotionally desolate and lashing out at her friends. “Burn This” (Season 6, episode 18)The juxtaposition of serious, well-acted flashbacks to Spencer and Toby’s relationship deteriorating because of a pregnancy scare, and the silliness of A causing a fire at Hanna’s bridal shower, is clunky at best, and detracts from the emotional weight of finding out what happened to one of the series’ best couples. “Scream for Me” (Season 5, episode 8)Bethany Young and Jessica Di Laurentis’s potentially familial relationship is teased even further through flashbacks, as we continue to scratch our heads and make sense of all of this. “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” (Season 3, episode 22)After Spencer thinks she saw Toby’s dead body in the woods she has a psychotic break and hides out in Radley under the name Jane Doe.
Yes, that would be traumatic, but Despondent Spencer is not nearly as fun as Scheming and Sleuthing Spencer, so it gets old pretty fast.
In honor of their journey, Vulture ranked every episode of ) floated to the top of the list, while the prevalence of supernatural occurrences or excessive focus on tangential stories sank other episodes closer to the bottom. ” (Season 4, episode 14)You’re telling us that Caleb, who loves Hanna unconditionally, would choose to leave her so he can go back to Ravenswood and sleuth around with a random girl he barely knows?Meanwhile, the cops investigate new evidence in the case of who murdered Alison, and Paige takes Emily to a rural bar to do some heinous karaoke to Pink songs. “Don’t Look Now” (Season 6, episode 4)Spencer hits bottom in managing her post-Dollhouse trauma, but Aria finally lets herself access what happened after aggressively repressing it for while, which is a relief to her, us, and the plot. “That Girl Is Poison” (Season 3, episode 5)Jenna throws herself an “I’m not blind anymore and it’s my birthday! Say what you want about Rosewood’s sightless wonder, but that’s a baller move. “A Kiss Before Lying” (Season 2, episode 18)The arrival of Hanna’s stepsister, Kate, to Rosewood High starts off rather sloppily.Spencer threatens her with not-so-incriminating images of when she looked unattractive at an equestrian summer camp years ago. Lamb” (Season 5, episode 7)Aria’s stealth volunteer operation at Radley goes just about as well as you’d expect when her duplicitous actions immediately draw the attention of a nurse and a mentally unstable patient.With Ian in the ground but no clear A candidate emerging yet to replace him, it’s just a lot of in-between material. “Bedlam” (Season 7, episode 2)No amount of grade-A scares can make up for the fact that this is the episode where Alison gets impregnated against her will with Emily’s eggs. Aria can’t fathom that Ezra has skipped town on her.Emily still has no idea whether she wants this Maya thing to happen or not. “Salt Meets Wound” (Season 1, episode 12)Spencer continues her flirtation with cute young tennis pro Alex, which immediately downgrades this episode.
Yes, she was closeted and angry and secretly in love with Emily when she was making threatening and homophobic comments, but at her core, Paige is the worst. “She’s No Angel” (Season 6, episode 5)This episode spends too much time with characters who exist only to set up future crises that don’t even involve them, like Clark the photographer, who flirts with Aria, Narcotics Anonymous Dean, who aggressively flirts with Spencer, and Lesli, who is a secret Radley friend of Mona’s. “She’s Come Undone” (Season 4, episode 21)The holier-than-thou Paige gives Emily this ultimatum: Tell Alison’s parents she’s alive or else she’s going to do it herself.