The Lying Game 2.05 Sneak Peeks: The (Baby) Book of Sutton Mercer
Believe it or not, Sutton had been waffling on her participation in Rebecca's plan to break the Mercer family. The two are the main chess masters
since the middle of last season on The Lying Game, but when Kristin told Sutton about the first night she came home, Sutton softened in her gruff dislike of her adoptive parents. Until, that is, Rebecca brought out a secret weapon - a journal, purported to be written by Kristin, kept during Sutton's early years. What exactly does the journal say and what impact will it have on Rebecca's plan to be with Ted?
On the next episode of The Lying Game, Sutton gets incensed by the contents of the journal, which mentions how Kristin thought about giving her back to the agency and how she didn't know if she wanted to be a wife and a mother. This being The Lying Game, the actual authorship of the journal is up in the air, as it could have very easily been penned by the obsessive Rebecca, but Ethan tells Sutton to not worry about what it says. To him, that journal only captures the Kristin of 17 years ago and just because she may have doubted herself then doesn't mean that she does now; with Sutton's heartfelt speech at Ted's event revealing that she does care about Kristin, she has to decide if what the journal says overrides that and if the Mercer family's destruction still means anything to her.
Elsewhere on The Lying Game, Emma and Thayer continue their look into the identity of the twins' birth mother and find out that Sutton may know more than she lets on, while Laurel begins asking questions about her sister's dramatic personality changes.
The Lying Game airs Tuesdays at 9:00 on ABC Family. You can check out photos from the next episode here.
Will the discovery of the journal reignite Sutton's hatred of Kristin? How much information will Emma and Thayer find about her birth mother? When will Laurel piece together that there are twins?