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How Mona can be ORIGINAL A and NOT Ali's A- Ali's A Team PLL Theory

This theory will explore the possibility that Mona WAS the ORIGINAL "A" but NOT Alison's "A." It would mean that some of Ali's stories in the finale "A Is For Answers" were lies, but the show IS called Pretty Little LIARS. This theory involves Alison having an "A" team that protects her against the other A Team. Let me know what you think!

Mona in UnmAsked- "You had to earn it.. The right to be a part of it." Maybe one A team was trying to protect Alison and was up against the other A team trying to kill Ali. The only thing we saw Mona do to "earn the right to be a part of" the A-team AND have it make sense that it's been confirmed that Mona was the original "A," would be saving Ali's life.

Mona saved Ali's life & earned her right to be on the team. She could have made Ali run away so other "A" thought she was dead to avoid having to deal with fighting against the other "A"…

Never Turn Your Back on a Hastings. Especially If They're Twins-- Jason and CeCe Twin Theory

This is a theory about the possibility of Jason and CeCe being fraternal twins in "Pretty Little Liars." It's based on some old episodes, and a lot of what happened in the end of the most recent season (season 4).

Here are some clues:


--This started off by my friend, Mary, saying that she thinks CeCe is Mrs. D's daughter and that she believes CeCe threw the rock at Ali's head. Everyone's assuming it must have been one of Mrs. D's children who did this to Alison in order for Mrs. D to protect the person, and this would be a nice
alternative to the obvious choice, Jason. Jason also did say that he saw CeCe there that night.

New Post on PLL Episode 4x10 in my Tv + Broken Laws Blog

A Pretty Little Plot Twist If It Were Up To Me (What I would add to PLL based on Melissa's behavior in Episode 4x03)

This is a fun plot twist that I came up with after watching the most recent episode of Pretty Little Liars (PLL), "Cat's Cradle."  I call it a fun plot twist because it's not one that I necessarily believe that the writers will actually use, BUT if they did, it would make sense with the show's current story lines and even fill up some plot holes.

Melissa Hastings returns to Rosewood in this episode of PLL, and she brings a lot of new questions back to town with her.  Her behavior towards Spencer in this episode indicates that there might be a lot more to Melissa's character than we realize.  Melissa even points this out to Spencer herself.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Melissa is finding that she and Spencer have a lot in common, and she thinks that if they know what's good for them, they should both leave town.  It's easy to chalk this up to typical Melissa Hastings weirdness, but I have a better idea.

The PLL Game - What's the game, how many teams are there and who are the players?

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It started off with us wondering who "A" was.  Then when we found out it was Mona, she immediately got us thinking about the rest of the "A Team" when she told Spencer that you have to "earn the right to be a part of it" and then pretty much gave her 2 choices: join the A Team or die.  

Later on, it became about more than the team, but whose side the A Team is on in the ultimate "game"... and what game the players are even playing.  This show makes many references to "the game," but we're never really told what it is... Let's just say that Ali was right in that dream sequence/hallucination/whatever it was in episode 2x24.  "This isn't Yahtzee, sweetie.  This is some seriously messed up stuff."  However, I'm not so sure about her contention that…

Theory/Comment on the A-Team, their lack of Communication, and Why Anyone can be "A" in Pretty Little Liars

First of all, I want everyone who reads this blog to know that I've recently started another blog that I think you might be interested in as well.  It is a TV Recaps & the Law website that essentially recaps episodes of TV shows AND includes detailed information about the broken laws in the episodes.  I started with Pretty Little Liars (surprise, surprise), but will be adding more shows.  Come check out the main page here.  The most recent entry is on PLL episode 5, "Reality Bites Me."

NOW, onto my rant about the A Team: 

Did anybody else think it was odd that in the season 3 finale, when Spencer was on the A-Team, it was implied to us that when members of the A-Team communicate with each other, they still sign their texts as "A?" 

We saw Spencer text Toby to meet her at the Grille, and she signed that message from "A." Toby showed up to the Grille expecting Mona, which suggests that he's received similar messages from Mona in the past. 

I feel li…