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The Bad Girls Club special 9 BGC: Makin' It To Miami Watch Online Free Mona’s devious mind finally came in handy for the Liars this week, as her love for Hanna and Ashley trumped her hate for Alison and the other girls for the first time. That’s if her confession of killing Wilden was fuelled by good intentions and not because a) she actually did kill him or, b) she’s covering for someone else. We all knew that Hanna wouldn’t be able to go through with her plan to take her mother’s place, even though it was fairly logical since she’s right – whatever they’d do to a seventeen-year-old cop killer is probably a lot better than what they’d do to her mother.

Hanna’s storyline, which has been the standout all season, understandably dominated the episode, but Spencer was still on her detective kick – eventually connecting the death of Toby’s mother with Detective Wilden and Radley. Maybe there’s only been one huge, tangled mystery to solve all of this time, and every single thing about Rosewood that hasn’t added up is part of the same conspiracy? We can only hope, but it at least looks as though uncovering whoever paid Wilden off to lie about the ‘suicide’ will lead Toby to the truth about the ‘blonde girl’.

I’m still not buying that it was Cece (and we learnt that Toby was in New York this week knocking on doors), and sense that the show is throwing it out just so the big Alison twin reveal isn’t such an anti-climax (P.S. it still will be). Maybe I’m wrong and it’s somebody totally unexpected but, besides one of the parents, there’s really no one left on the show who hasn’t been a suspect. Even kind, sensitive Ezra is on my watch list, and people like Lucas and Jenna are conspicuous simply by the absence. No matter what, the girls are taking control of their own destinies, and Hanna’s planned confession feels like stage one of a fight back.

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