The Lying Game Spoilers: Is Sutton’s Change of Heart Genuine?

the lying gameFrom day one of The Lying Game, Sutton Mercer has been out for herself. Every move and promise she made only served to further her own cause rather than to help herself and Emma find their birth mother. It’s something that Emma has pretty much accepted by this point, so while finding out that Sutton knew Rebecca was their birth mother and didn’t mention anything still hurts, it’s not as affecting as it would be if the two shared much of a relationship. But with Sutton potentially having a change of heart regarding Rebecca, Emma will have to decide if her sister is finally being genuine with her, the way she had been with Ethan on multiple occasions, or if this is another case of her manipulation shining through.

Listed below are the dates, titles, and descriptions for the next three episodes of The Lying Game.

Tuesday, February 12th – “Catch Her in the Lie”
The Flipside Formal offers Emma the chance to try and trap Rebecca and Sutton in a lie, but she needs Ethan’s help to pull it off. Laurel struggles with where her loyalties lie, while Kristin makes a troubling discovery that has more significance than she realizes. Jordan continues to waffle between Laurel and Mads, and Theresa’s defense of Alec threatens to drive a wedge between her and Dan. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Ted, and Alec and Kristin, each reminisce about old times.

Tuesday, February 19th – “Regrets Only”
Emma struggles to make sense of newfound revelations and shifts in her relationships with Ethan and Thayer. After hearing Emma’s suspicions about Rebecca, Sutton’s faith in her mother begins to falter and she decides to take matters into her own hands. Rebecca is thrilled when Kristin and Ted’s marriage continues to unravel, putting her one step closer to achieving her goal. Meanwhile, Alec realizes that Jordan could be a strong ally in his private war with his wife.

Tuesday, February 26th – “Bride and Go Seek”
Everyone gathers to celebrate Dan and Theresa’s wedding but the celebrations do not go off as planned. Ethan figures out who Emma is protecting and confronts her about shutting him out. Sutton’s sudden change of heart confuses Emma, who isn’t sure she trusts her sister. Ted’s behavior grows more erratic as his family continues to fall apart. Meanwhile, in the game between Alec and Rebecca, Jordan decides whose side he’s on.

The Lying Game airs Tuesdays at 9:00 on ABC Family.

Is Sutton’s change of heart genuine? Whose side will Jordan end up on? Will the Mercer family be able to repair itself after all the recent damage to its foundation?

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