Pretty Little Liars Sneak Peeks: Spencer Makes a Confession

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It looks like three major storylines will be dominating the next episode of Pretty Little Liars.  The first centers around Hanna and, more specifically, her mother Ashley, who hit Detective Wilden with her car and drove off.  When the Marin women returned to the scene of the crime, they were shocked to find Wilden’s body missing.  Ashley seems determined to do the right thing and wants to track down Wilden and call her lawyer, but Hanna is determined to keep her mother quiet until they know more.  After all, Hanna has more experience about mysterious people interfering in her life and this whole Wilden situation seems like an opportunity that “A” might take advantage of.

The second storyline concerns Spencer, who is finally prepared to tell the other girls the truth about Toby.  She confesses to Emily and Aria that Toby has been playing all of them this entire time, but Emily doesn’t want to believe that he’s capable of that kind of deception.  Spencer, however, is convinced.  And, to make matters worse, with Mona out of town she believes that Toby was the one who tried to injure her in the steam room in the last episode.

The third and final storyline revolves around Ezra and his son Malcolm.  Aria is surprised when she turns up at Ezra’s apartment and finds Malcolm visiting.  She’s even more surprised when Ezra indicates that his former girlfriend and current baby mamma has expressed interest in moving to Rosewood and getting a job there so that he can be closer to his son.  While Aria seems determined to make nice with Malcolm, we suspect jealously might start rearing its head soon.

Don’t miss an all new episode of Pretty Little Liars on February 26 on ABC Family. 

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