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**This post now includes theories coming from the entire season 1 (Episodes 1-22)! This post is separated into sections according to which episodes I came up with the theories. I know this is VERY long, so I thought that would make it easier.
Edit: PLEASE SEE THE LAST PARAGRAPH IN THE NOTES FROM EPISODE 12***. It is in bold and italics just like the writing here and it's something I just noticed.
BASED ON REWATCHING ALL EPISODES (1-22) OF SEASON 1 WITH THE KNOWLEDGE FROM NEWER EPISODES IN MIND.
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Am I the only one who noticed that Alison's eyes were recently focused on in an ending scene that seemed eerily like the old "black hoodie black gloves A scenes," and now her eyes are smack in the middle of the "A" in the poster? The scene I'm referring to, by the way, is the one where Ali was reading the comments online from when she was "dead/missing," and the camera zoomed WAY in on her eyes at the very end of the episode.
"A" having interesting eyes has been an old theme of the show at this point, and I find it interesting that Ali's eyes were emphasized during a would-be "A" ending scene (if those had been happening more often). Also, if we're to assume that Ali's eyes were the ones we saw in the Ravenswood lair when the girls were led there, then that's another seemingly A-related scene focusing on Ali's e…
I am seriously beginning to feel like a machine. At least in law school I knew that I was working tremendously hard. I may have hated it, but at least that means I still managed to maintain my feelings and emotions during law school. I suppose that's a plus.
Who knew that the process of applying for jobs would be the part of my life that would make me feel like I'm losing a small piece of my humanity daily? Law school sounds so prestigious when people hear about it. It's EXPECTED (or at least it used to be) that when students graduate from law school, they get jobs somewhat easily.
I spend so much time searching for law firms, trying to find law firms that are actually hiring, perfecting my resume for the 8,000th time, and writing personal cover letters that will likely go unread. At the beginning, I didn't mind it and I still felt like a human. However, a few months have passed now and my take on this has dramatically changed.