The season three finale of Pretty Little Liars was by far my favorite one! There were just so many surprises and it left me with more questions then ever! I can honestly say I can’t wait for next season!
And so just in case you missed it here are five things you should know:
Toby is alive
Looks like we all got the happily ever after we wanted. Not only is Toby alive, but he only joined the A Team to help protect Spencer. Oh, how cute.
Aria and Ezra are over
After Ezra gets a substitute teacher position in the district, Aria decides to call it quits. But if I know PLL like a do, Aria and Ezra they will be together again soon enough! I only shed a few tears.
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I’m still in shock over this week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars. let’s just say I wasn’t expecting this one!
And just in case you missed it here are the top events that happened in this week’s episode of PLL “I’m Your Puppet.”
1. Toby’s body is found
After the girls spend all episode trying to prove to Spencer that Toby’s body wasn’t the one she found that night in the woods, Emily’s mom tells her that the police finally found Toby’s body. I guess when you mess with A, A messes with you right back.
2. Aria broke up with Ezra
So my heart basically broke into a million pieces last night and it was all because Aria decided to dump Ezra. She did this because she feels that now that Ezra’s son is in the picture she has to be out of it…. Poor Aria! Hopefully they get back together soon.
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This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars was all about Spencer going Cray- Cray!
At least we are finally getting to the bottom of this and finally seeing what has been going on with Spencer these past few episodes.
And just in case you missed it here are five things that happened on this week’s episode of PLL “Will the Circle Be Unbroken”.
Spencer chills at Radley
The episode starts off with a scene of Spencer in Radley. We see that she still has not gotten in touch with her friends and is still going by the name Jane Doe. Luckily, Dr. Sullivan finds her and discovers that Spencer wants to escape from her past because she found Toby’s body. The episode ends with Spencer mentally telling the girls that they can no longer rely on her. Looks like Spencer has officially gone crazy… poor girl.
Wilden is back
UMMM, SHOCKING! Wilden decides to make an appearance in this week’s episode. After causally stalking both Hanna and her mom, he tells Hanna that he will stop only in exchange for the keys to his police car. Umm, somebody better tell him that his car is now swimming with the fishes. We wonder how he’ll react to that news.
Hanna might be moving
It’s casually mentioned that Hanna may be moving to New York. Could this be a plan devised by A to break the girls apart or are we really going to have to say goodbye to Hanna soon? Aww, no! What about the Caleb we all know? I will not be able to handle my second favorite couple breaking up; I guess we will just have to wait and see.
While Spencer is at Radley she becomes friends with a guy name E. Lam. For those of you who don’t remember, that was Toby’s secret Radley name. When Spencer questions E. on the security at Radley, we quickly find out that there were more then just security problems and that E. knew Toby as a little kid because his mom use to be a patient there. Talk about a small world! P.S. I like this guy and I can’t wait to see what other info he may provide us with.
Ali was never pregnant
Mona decides to visit Spencer at Radley and during this visit we find out that Ali was never pregnant and that Mona has Ali’s diary entries. She, of course, will only give them to Spencer in exchange for something but that something Spencer will not do. All I know is I really want to read them so one of the girls better find a way to get them pronto!
On this week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, it looks like the cat’s out of the bag and the girls finally discover the secret identity of A and it’s … TOBY! Whaaaat?
If that wasn’t a big surprise already, the girls also uncover another one of Toby’s dirty little secret. But just in case you missed all the drama from last night, here’s five things I learned on this week’s episode of PLL, “Out of Sight, Out of Mind.”
1. Maggie is moving to Rosewood
We find out that Maggie is in town and has decided to move to Rosewood if she can find a job. If that wasn’t enough trouble, Ezra’s son, Malcolm, falls and hurt himself under Aria’s watch. The poor boy had to get a couple of stitches which cause Aria to question whether or not she and Ezra can really make it as a couple, especially if Maggie and Malcolm decide to stay in Rosewood.
2. Wilden may still be alive
Hanna thinks she’s being stalked by Wilden or at the very least, his police car. To help fuel the fire even more, her own mother thought she saw Wilden himself and has decided that he is alive. Hanna might just be right thinking that she’s being watched as she finds his police car in her garage when she comes home. Hanna calls on Aria and the two push the car into the lake. It’s probably a bad move on their part and I feel like this will only come back and haunt them later on.
3. Toby is dead
After Emily finds out that Toby is A, she sets out on a mission to find him in order to prove that he was really trying to help the girls. Spencer, on the other hand, spends the whole episode trying to protect Emily from A as A previously threatened Spencer that if she told anyone, her friends would be the ones to pay. Emily tries tracking down Toby as Spencer does the same with Mona. Once both girls think they found who they were looking for, both girls discover that Toby is dead: Spencer sees his body, whereas Emily mysteriously gets a funeral program from a girl in the red coat.
4. Spencer has lost it
Spencer goes on a psychotic rage after she sees Toby’s body in the woods and eventually ends up in a mental hospital without identification. Hopefully, the girls find out where she is soon because Spencer needs her friends right now. At the end of the episode, a fisherman discovers Wilden’s hat. I wonder what mysteries this new clue brings. I guess we’ll have to find out next week!
It’s no secret that Law and Order loves borrowing story lines from the real world. Tabloid antics with celebs from Tom Cruise to Michael Jackson have turned into episode gold for the crime drama. The teaser for the next Law and Order: SVU involves a troubled celeb couple that are a liiiittle too similar to Rihanna and Chris Brown – and one of them dies! Riri’s definitely had trouble keeping endorsements since she and CB got back together, but I doubt their love story will take a turn this shocking. Still makes for good TV!
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars was full of surprises. Not only did we have surprise visitors but we also came across surprising evidence. This episode kept me on my toes to say the least.
But just incase you missed it here are five surprises from this week’s episode of PLL “Hot Water.”
Ezra is back – Our favorite on screen couple is back together! And after much anticipation we quickly find out that Ezra has no intentions of dumping Aria and Aria has not intentions of telling Ezra about her kiss with Wes. Hmm wonder how that will blow over.
Wilden makes the rounds- Now that all the girls assume and want to prove that Wilden did in fact have an affair with Ali, got her pregnant, and killed her, Wilden is starting to take matters into his own hands. First he scares Cici into skipping town and then he tries to scare Hanna’s mom into getting Hanna to stop trying to investigate this situation. This plan backfires of course because Wilden scares Hanna’s mom so much that she runs him over and when she goes back with Hanna to find the body, it’s gone! Oh where, oh where can Officer Wilden be.
Cici’s info- When Emily goes and checks in on Cici she discovers that Cici is leaving Rosewood thanks to Wilden but before she goes she leaves Hanna with this info. The photo that Emily had of Wilden, Ali, and Cici was taken by Melissa Hastings. Cici also saw Ali the night of her murder as Melissa wanted videos from Ali and Cici went to talk to Ali to get those videos. Looks like there’s more to the NAT club then we thought.
Ezra’s mom wants a truce- Ezra’s mom comes to town in this week’s episode in order to thank Aria for all that she has done for Ezra (weird) and to (what seems like) ask Ezra to be a part of his son’s life. But once she is denied access to Ezra’s son, Ezra’s mom decides to sell Maggie’s condo (which she owns) leaving Maggie homeless and running into the open arms of Ezra. And this folks is how things in Rosewood just became a bit more complicated.
Toby tries and kills Spencer- After Spencer comes back from a date with Wren (can I get a “whoot whoot!”) she goes to relax in her sauna. This then causes what we assume is Toby to lock Spencer in her sauna and write on her mirror steamy with “Wren steamy with me.” Luckily, Aria came to visit at this exact moment and freed Spencer before she suffocated to death. Looks like the green eyes monsters has hit Toby hard.
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, “What becomes of a Broken Heart,” was an episode full of emotions — and not just from me.
This week, each character had to go through some emotional dilemma, dilemmas such as Wes kissing Aria and Spencer going completely insane.
But just in case you missed it, here are five emotional dilemmas you should catch up on:
Caleb’s Uncle is his dad- After Hanna tracks down Caleb’s uncle, she questions him about being Caleb’s dad and as it turns out—drum roll, please— Caleb’s uncle is really his dad! After some heavy convincing done by Hanna, Caleb goes and meets him and, aw, it looks like Rosewood will soon be getting one more big happy family.
Jason is on a mission and his target is Wilden- When Emily goes and sees Jason to try and smooth over Spencer’s accusation of Ali being pregnant with Wilden’s child, we find out that Jason has done some investigating of his own. Looks like he may also suspect Wilden doing the no pants dance with Ali.
Wren is back- Wren is back and he has come to check up on Spencer! With Spencer being one stop away from pyscho town, Wren comes in and tries to save the day. But unfortunately he couldn’t see past Spencer’s plan to get to her competition and attack Mona. Poor Spence! She really needs to get a grip.
Wilden Knew Cici and Ali- After Jason and Emily decided to go through Jason’s dad’s pictures to see if there is any sign that Ali knew Wilden, we find out that Wilden knew both CiCi and Ali. The funny thing is when Emily had asked Cici earlier if she knew him she denied it. Hmm… Wonder what Cici knows and is not telling us.
Jason is missing- As Jason and Emily were leaving Jason’s dad’s office, whom I assume was A tried to trap Jason and Emily in the elevator. Luckily, Emily escaped but Jason was left trapped as the elevator plummeted to the floor. Don’t worry folks Jason survived the accident but went missing while at the hospital. Where is Jason? I don’t know but hopefully we will find out in next week’s installment.
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars “Saying Goodbye to Alison Again” left me with many questions and not enough answers. I’m super anxious for next week.
A plays with Emily’s head- At the beginning of this week’s episode, Emily found a postcard that was supposed to be buried with Ali. On the back of the postcard there was a nice little message written by A in French to Emily. We later find out that the message in English translates to “stop digging the police already know it’s you who is capable of murder- A.” This causes Emily to believe that she was the one who killed Ali. Even after a quick visit to Dr. Sullivan’s office (whoot whoot glad to see she’s back) she confuses a flashback of Ali’s death with a flashback of her in the cemetery while Ali’s grave is being dug up. She then realizes that there was a girl in a red jacket that night and that this girl is the A teams leader and needs to be stopped. I’m so looking forward to seeing how they plan on making that happen.
Caleb found his dad- so after Caleb learns that his childhood home is being torn down Hanna convinces Caleb to go see it one last time. Once Caleb and Hanna get to his old home Hanna meets Caleb’s uncle (his dads brother). But even so both Hanna and I have a feeling Caleb’s uncle is really his dad. Boy Rosewood really does know how to bring on the family drama.
Ezra’s little brother is back- Looks like teacher student relationships run in the family because in this week’s episode we learn that Ezra’s little brother is staying at Ezra’s apartment while he is away not because Ezra told him he could but because he’s trying to runaway from his family. What’s causing him to run away from his family? Well maybe it’s the fact that he tried to get kicked out of prep school by trying to sleep with his physics teacher. Oh the irony in this one.
Wilden might be Ali’s baby daddy - So we all know how creepy Wilden can be but is he really capable of having an affair with Ali and getting her pregnant? This is what the girls think so only time can tell.
We found a room to go with Toby’s key- After Spencer hires a Private Investigator to track down what room is unlocked by Toby’s key we find out it leads to some empty room in some sketchy apartment building. Hmm talk about a dead end… could it possibly be another hideout for the A team? Something tells me we aren’t done with this mystery.
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars was a little heartbreaking to say the least. Not only did I have to watch poor Spencer go through the worlds worst break up but I had to watch Ezra walk away and find out that Paige might be cheating on Emily. Talk about a rough week in Rosewood.
But just in case you couldn’t tune in here is what you missed on this week’s episode of PLL, “Out of the Frying Pan, Into the Inferno.”
1. Emily gets a package- Just when you thought the show couldn’t get anymore creepier Emily gets a package from James aka Nat’s family. Inside this package were old birthday cards Emily had given Ali along with Emily’s biology notebook. Along with biology notes this notebook held a conversation between Ali and Cece (I assume) about a beach hottie that Ali had hooked up with over the summer. Who is this beach hottie? I don’t know but I have a feeling he has a lot to do with Ali’s murder.
2. Wilden was at Cape Cod- When Emily goes down to the police station to turn in her notebook she sees on the police bulletin board a photo of Wilden in Cape Cod with two other guys holding a fish. Could this mean he was there at the same time Ali was? And even better could he be the beach hottie? I knew he was too suspicious to be trusted. Read more…
Imagine if you were walking down the cold streets of the Netherlands trying to keep warm when you come across a button that says “Push To Add Drama.” Like Neo in The Matrix, you’re forced to make a decision. Then when you finally push the button all hell breaks loose.
That’s the prank TNT pulled on a variety of streeters who were brave enough to push the red button. With the help of stunt actors they mock-kidnapped the innocent bystanders and pushed them into the middle of a hilarious prison break. The whole thing is to create buzz for TNT TV’s series and movies. If you remember, they’re the same people who brought you A Dramatic Surprise on a Quiet Street last year.
This week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars “Misery is Company” made me feel a whirlwind of emotions. I didn’t know if I should feel sad, scared, or happy. But if there’s one thing I’m happy about, it’s the fact that some secrets are finally out.
Just in case you missed it, here are five things that left me emotionally traumatized:
1. Meredith is a psycho — After last week’s episode we all assumed Meredith was an okay gal and would now help Aria go against the evil force that was formally known as Byron. Well, in this week’s episode we find out that Meredith really is a psycho and that we should have never let ourselves trust her for even a split second. This week she drugs Aria so she can find where Aria stashed the missing diary pages. Once Aria catches on to Meredith’s evil plan and tries to defend herself, Meredith outsmarts her and locks Aria and her friends in Aria’s basement until Byron gets home and finds them.
2. Byron didn’t kill Ali — Once Bryon gets home to find Aria and her friends locked in the basement, he explains he didn’t kill Ali. He also admits he did go see her the night of her murder but only to tell her he will no longer fall for her blackmail and if she wanted to tell Ella about his affair she could. After he finishes, he also tells Aria he saw Spencer’s sister Melissa that night. He then asks Aria if she believes him and when she says she doesn’t know, Bryon says he’ll confess to the police what he knows. This causes Aria to burn the diary pages and say that she believes him. So I guess this means Byron isn’t as creepy as we all thought…. for now.
3. Ali’s more then just a dream — When Aria was drugged by Meredith she had a dream that Ali was in her room. In this dream Ali told Aria to stop drinking Meredith’s tea and that Byron didn’t kill her. Any normal person would assume that this was just a hallucination. But in Aria’s dream, Ali put a doll on a table by Aria’s door and the strange thing is once Aria woke up the same doll was on that same table… could this actually mean Ali might be alive?
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If you’re getting bored with the predictable plot lines and subdued drama of American soaps, you need Indian cable. Kasamh Se is the “Die Hard” of daytime television and the lead actress, Etka Kapoor, is like Bruce Willis without all the big budget explosions to help her out. I don’t even speak the language and I was on the edge of my seat watching this. Regardless, I think the sound effects and extreme crash zooms are what won me over. Take note wimpy American actors, this is how you create real drama. Mad props to Balaji Telefilms for finally giving an affair with an estranged conjoined twin brother the production value it deserves.
I’m obsessed with the AMC show Breaking Bad and I constantly try to convince my friends to watch it. Instead of inadequately explaining why watching an ex-high school teacher cook meth is awesome I’m just going to play them this video of a chirpy German dude explaining why Breaking Bad is great. He writes on YouTube: “I love this show Breaking Bad very much. I tell to you now my Reasons.”
If you didn’t think the show was great before, he’s probably going to convince you otherwise.
The mid-season finale of Pretty Little Liars, aptly called “The BetrAyal,” was actually too much for me to handle. In between crying and abrasively yelling at the TV that “I can’t, I can’t, it’s too much!” I somehow managed to calm myself down long enough to fill you guys in on what you missed.
*NOTE: ANDPOP takes no responsibility if you throw your laptop at the wall after reading this. Because let me tell you, you’re in for a wave of emotions.
1. Toby and Spencer have sex – PLL totally teased us by dangling Toby in front of our faces like “Oh! Look at what a good guy he is.” Spencer is so smitten by him that she even decides to have sex with him, which is HUGE! We know Spencer is the most calculated of the bunch so if she trusts Toby, then we should too. RIGHT? Wrong.
2. Nate is a fake — Remember that stalker Maya had a while back? Plot twist: it was Nate, whose real name is Lyndon. After Nate whisks Emily away for a “quiet” weekend at a cottage he confesses to being Maya’s stalker and as a final act of revenge he tries to kill Paige, who he kidnapped. Luckily Emily manages to kill Nate/Lyndon, which means Garrett can be released from prison.
3. Caleb gets shot- Kay, so there’s a 99.9 percent chance I’m crying as I write this, because Caleb got shot. All I know is he better make a full recovery or else I will not be okay and life as I know it will end.
**Find out who the new “A” is and watch the trailer for the next episode below! Read more…
With September around the corner, this means a bunch of new sitcoms will be making their way into Primetime television. One of these shows are none other than Glee producer Ryan Murphy’s ’The New Normal’, which is set to premiere on September 11.
The new comedic series features gay couple David (Justin Bartha) and Bryan (Andrew Rannells) who are hoping to start a family through a surrogate, single mother Goldie (Georgia King). Also starring on the show, is Ellen Barkin as Goldie’s bigoted grandmother Jane, Bebe Woods as Goldie’s bright and precocious daughter Shania and NeNe Leakes as Bryan’s sassy assistant Rocky.
An extended trailer for the show released just yesterday, and it’s already proving to show a lot of potential for laughs and even some tears. Personally, my favourite line in the trailer is when Justin Bartha’s character tells his partner, “You know you can’t return a baby to Barney’s.”
What do you think of this upcoming series? The concept here sounds quite similar to the hilarious Modern Family, but it isn’t fair to make comparisons before giving this show a shot first!
A is back this week and we know what that means: a new string of drama for the girls and a new forum of entertainment for me. This week’s episode was better then ever; it was actually worth the week wait that we all had to suffer through.
Just in case you missed it here is what happened on this week’s episode of Pretty Little Liars, “That Girl is Poison.”
Jenna admits she can see — what is Jenna up to? First she exposes that she is able to see even though she promised the girls she wouldn’t. Then she invites Mr. Fitz to her birthday party and begins to flirt with Maya’s cousin. That’s one way of getting closer to the girls, that’s for sure…
Emily and Paige are back together? — In this week’s episode Emily decides to reconnect with Paige. First, she invites her to go see the new Katy Perry movie [side note everyone go see it] but then once she realizes she has to work at Jenna’s party that day she reschedules. This results to Paige going to Jenna’s party, seeing Emily with Maya’s cousin, getting jealous and then drunk, and ending up in the hospital. Some first date. I personally think it’s too soon for Emily to date even though I did hate Maya.
Emily is being messed with — While at Jenna’s party, Emily finds out that not all her clothes were burned from the night Alli’s grave was found empty. In fact, her jacket is being donated to a church, the Read more…
The official trailer for the new American gangster drama ‘Lawless’ is out and it looks totally wicked.
Set in Virginia during the Depression-era, the film is based on the true story of the infamous Bondurant Brothers (played by Shia LaBeouf and Tom Hardy), two bootlegging siblings who are threatened by authorities who want a cut of their profits.
While I see a couple of parallels between this flick and ‘Gangster Squad‘, it’ll definitely be interesting to see LaBeouf acting in something a little more different than the Transformers movies. I can’t wait to see him broaden his acting horizons!
Set to release on August 29, the film directed by John Hillcoat also features a star-studded cast. Already receiving positive reviews from the Cannes Film Festival, Jessica Chastain, Jason Clare, Gary Oldman and Mia Wasikowska also star in the movie.
Looks like The Wanted aren’t fans of Christina Aguilera.
In an interview with morning host Sarah Lee, the band talked about the singer and how they think her judgement isn’t so good.
The guys have performed on both American Idol and The Voice. On Idol, Max George jumped off the stage to give a little hug and a kiss to judge Jennifer Lopez.
When he was asked why he didn’t do that to Aguilera on The Voice, George replied, “She’s was bit scary, to be honest.”
Tom Parker, who failed to make the audition round on U.K’s “The X Factor” before joining The Wanted, also called her “a total bitch” and said she “wouldn’t even look at us.”
Turning back to George, who was asked what he was thinking when he jumped off the stage on Idol and kissed Lopez, he said: “Yeah well J-Lo’s hot. Christina’s nothing special so…”
Ouch! Well that’s gotta sting. This boy band really don’t censor anything!
Watch them discuss it here.
By Jasmine Williams
After a whole lot of Clare and Eli drama, it’s nice to get a change of scenery with former train wreck Alli and everyone’s loyal friend Adam taking the lead. And while Eli and Imogen may be dunzo, there are some new and old couples to look forward to. Who’s Adam’s secret admirer? And will Bandurner be able to make it work this time? Guess I’ll just have to keep watching!
Here’s what I learned on this week’s Degrassi, “Smash Into You Part 1.”
1) Nothing gets a girl’s attention like almost running her over, right? Dave is trying to get back together with Alli, but I don’t think doing something super dangerous like texting while driving will work. Next time, maybe put down the phone and try talking the old-fashioned way.
2) While Katie’s in the hospital awaiting surgery on her knee, Marisol stops by to visit her. But it seems that while her friend is in pain, and probably freaking out about the major medical procedure she’s about to have done, all Marisol can think about is that she doesn’t have a cute boyfriend like Drew to send her flowers and that Katie won’t be there to help her with the Model UN conference. Selfish much?
3) Adam gets a letter from a secret admirer but assumes it’s a mean prank. Don’t blame him, Degrassi kids can be pretty cruel. But then Tory comes up to him and asks some personal love-life related questions for a “math survey.” Hmmm. His luck turns around when he finds out the admirer is real and wants to go on a date with him! I wonder who it is! Read more…
With recent news of Taylor Momsen and Jessiza Szohr getting axed from ‘Gossip Girl,’ I thought I would do a ‘Top 5: Annoying TV Characters’ post.
These characters are in every show. That one character that likes to messes things up. That one who makes you scream at the television set. Or the just plain stupid. There are too many to name. But I’ve rounded up my top 5 picks of annoying television characters – hope you agree. I think you will.
1. Jenny Humphrey, played by Taylor Momsen.
First up on the list is ‘Gossip Girl’ Jenny Humphrey, played by Taylor Momsen. I’m pretty sure everyone can agree that her character is the most annoying character to ever appear on a television show, ever. From her sulking, goth appearance, to her brief stint as a preppy Constance mean girl, Jenny was always a follower, and never an individual. She cried, she complained, and she wore fishnet stockings. Good riddance.
2. Marissa Cooper, played by Mischa Barton.
Next up is Marissa Cooper from ‘The O.C.,’ played by faded starlet Mischa Barton. Like Jenny, Marissa was always causing trouble. Whether in abusive relationships, dealing with substance abuse, or just all-around a clingy kind of gal, Marissa made you want to shake her and say ‘wake up!’ Sure, she was pretty and rich, but that didn’t make up for her deeply damaged soul. She eventually got killed off, and the show tanked.
3. George O’Malley, played by T.R. Knight.
Third on the list is ‘Grey’s Anatomy’s’ George O’Malley, played by T.R. Knight. George spent more time crying about his personal issues than curing medical cases. He was worse than the female doctors. Yes, the show is a hit because of its mix of medical drama and soap-like personal issues, but George took this to a whole other level. He eventually got killed off, too (notice a trend?) but the show went on without him. And with good reason.
4. Swiper, From ‘Dora The Explorer.’
Don’t lie, we’ve all witnessed an episode of ‘Dora The Explorer’ at one point in our life. Whether babysitting or being too lazy to switch the channel, we’ve encountered Swiper, the fox that likes to steal things. No matter how loud you scream ‘Swiper, no swiping!’ the bastard seems to always get away with things. He messes everything up and delays Dora’s adventure, and for that, he’s number four on my list. Sly little fox, you.
5. Roseanne Barr, Played by Roseanne Barr.
It doesn’t matter who I ask – everyone hates Roseanne. Debatably the most annoying show and annoying family, Roseanne takes the cake with her super-loud-mouth character. Literally, all she does is complain. Her loud nasally voice doesn’t help either. She’s obnoxious, she’s lazy, and she’s immature. And the sitcom’s reruns are always on the damn television. Why are good shows being cancelled and replaced with reruns of this clownery? Sigh.