Don't you just wish that they get on with the program and give us some more answers instead of more questions? I mean Mona declared that she knew for a fact that Ali is A and that she could prove it but then she got killed and if Ali is in fact A why not show us the face of the killer then? Is there still another A? Just like how we thought for a while Ezra was A but wasn't after all. Could it just be another scheme of A to point fingers at Ali?
I definitely wish that sometimes. But I also give props to a show that can make me watch religiously for five seasons without getting that many answers, lol!
Anywaaaays. From what I understand, one of the liars will find out undoubtedly who Black Widow/Uber A is at the end of the season. We won’t find out - normally it’s us who gets the big reveal while the girls are in the dark but this time, one of the girls will know who it is, and we’ll be left in the dark (not that we’re ever out of the dark) - but we also apparently get a huge clue about it.
You ask some good questions though - if Ali is in fact A and Mona knew it, why not show her face? Then we’d know it but the girls still wouldn’t. So it could be them misleading us (shocking, I know), or there could be another A, or they were still just hiding her face for dramatic effect - it’s all hard to say. I think we’re going to start getting major answers soon, I think they’re going to bombard us with answers, actually.
Marlene said she needs at least 12 episodes to end the show. One of the girls finds out at the end of this season who Uber A and while we don’t find out… I can only assume that means things get ramped up to the nth degree! I don’t know, I think it’s going to be really interesting to see because there’s supposed to be a time jump too, they’re apparently skipping the college years!
“Schools have classes called “women’s studies,” and “African-American literature” because the standard for existence set by white men has yet to be rescinded in this age. “Normal” history is the history of a certain class of white people, from the perspective of men. All the other histories are precisely that: Other.”—Cunt: A Declaration of Independence (via light-essence)
Travis and Hanna break up and meet again in their twenties.
‘Thanks,’ Hanna mumbled automatically to the guy holding the door open. She was about to step into the department store but something about the silhouette of the door holder triggered the ghost of a memory.