BWW Recap: Here Come the Lies in this week's 'Pretty Little Liars'

BWW Recap: Here Come the Lies in this week's 'Pretty Little Liars'

Hello LiArs!

Now, that's what I call an episode. From Ella calling off her wedding to Ali's alleged kidnapper turning himself in, "March of Crimes" dished up the drama. Before we get into the nitty gritty, I've got to point two characters that really made their resurgence this episode: Jenna and Noel.

Rosewood's resident blind villain surely proved that she isn't the helpless little Jenna she once was. With Sydney's help, Jenna seems to playing tricks on Spencer. Did she arrange the letters in Spence's eye test to read "Can U C Me Yet? A" Or was our masked crusader the one to blame? Spencer hardly had any down time this episode as she was quickly spooked and cornered by Noel at her lake house. While the two shared a totally creepy face off, I can't quite tell whose side Noel is on. Is he really just as scared as the liars? Or are their ulterior motives brooding inside him? Whatever side you think he's on, I think it's easy to agree that Mr. Kahn is one shady teen! If I were Spencer, I would've given the intruder a little more than a scratch on the hand to remind him who he's messing with.

While the girls continue to downward spiral - Hanna continuing to drink (though I'm loving her "Rosewood" embroidered jean jacket), Aria crumbling under pressure with Lieutenant Tanner - Emily seems to be as strong as ever. From accepting her position as assistant coach of the Rosewood swim team to sneaking into Noel's car and nabbing some strange evidence, Emily's ferocity unleashed itself on a seemingly timid Sydney. I've gotta say, I loved this side of Emily. The girl is finally standing up for herself! At least someone isn't self-destructing with Ali back in town.

Thankfully, Hanna and Aria made up tonight and although I enjoyed the drama between the two besties, I'm glad it's over. With all their lies complicating, the girls are going to need each other to fall back on. Aria's line of "It wasn't so much I didn't believe you as I wanted to believe something more" was exceptionally spot on and really managed to convey the crestfallen hope the girls have for returning to normalcy.