Episode PremiereJanuary 03, 2011
Show Period2010 - now
Production CompanyAlloy Entertainment, Warner Horizon Television
Cast and Crew
- Lucy Hale as Aria Montgomery
- Troian Bellisario as Spencer Hastings
- Ashley Benson as Hanna Marin
- Shay Mitchell as Emily Fields
- Sasha Pieterse as Alison DiLaurentis
- Ian Harding as Ezra Fitz
- Holly Marie Combs as Ella Montgomery
- Chad Lowe as Byron Montgomery
- Laura Leighton as Ashley Marin
- Bianca Lawson as Maya St. Germain
- Torrey Devitto
- Julian Morris as Wren
- Tammin Sursok as Jenna Cavanaugh
- Janel Parrish as Mona Vanderwall
- Nia Peeples as Pam Fields
- Amber Borycki
Aria, Spencer, and Emily are left unraveled after Hanna is hit by a car, presumably driven by -A, the night of Mona's glamping party. When Hanna finally comes to at the hospital, she shares with the girls two bombshells she discovered: that Aria is involved with Ezra Fitz, and that Noel Kahn must be -A. She witnessed Noel run up to Ezra's car while Aria was inside and write "I SEE YOU" on his windshield, much to the girls' surprise.
Meanwhile, an attentive Lucas gives Hanna a sweet kiss as she sleeps, but feels brutally rebuffed when she tells him - in truth, that she seems him much more as a friend. And Aria begins to walk a dangerous tightrope between keeping her relationship with Ezra under wraps and the potential new threat of Noel at bay.
Spencer has her own suspicions, still reeling from the love note -- Alison + Ian -- written on the tree in Wright's Playground, is in for an even bigger shock when she discovers Ian and Melissa have eloped - and now her sister could very well be sleeping with the enemy. And Emily finally comes out to her parents, with expectedly mixed results - a sympathetic father, and a very angry mother.
Back at the hospital, Hanna speaks with Alison in a painkiller-induced hallucination (or is it?) - as our favorite troublemaker, donned in a candy striper outfit, drops subtle hints about her disappearance that fateful night, and the imminent threat of -A that still looms in Rosewood. The girls begin to theorize with Hanna that they could very well be dealing with two people, just as they discover a note left on Hanna's broken leg: "Sorry for losing my temper, my bad.- A"