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Obviously, everybody knows that I was going to come up with another crazy, far-fetched theory after the season 3 Halloween episode of PLL. I have just been extremely busy working full time and studying... but I finally got a chance to write it down.
It's called the "Hurt the Ones You Love" theory, and as always, it's pretty long but totally worth it. Here we go:
I wrote something for a daring guy I knew who chose to leave this world too soon...
The first time I saw you I had no clue what you could be
The first time I saw you I had no clue what you'd do to me.
Then when I heard your voice
you were shouting so loudly,
you gave me no choice
but to hear you; I still hear you now.
If I shut my eyes I can still see your face
It's as if you were here,
even though you've gone off to a better place
It's as though you're next to me laughing
as you drag me
into our crazed secret days
You'd pretend to be scared and make fun of the looks on my face.
Come give me another dare
'cause you always were prepared to keep me safe.
Remember when we went jet skiing and you called
it jet falling 'cause we couldn't stand up straight?
You told me life was like a balance beam;
falling wasn't as scary as it seems,
& that the scariest part was the wait.
I swear I can still hear you
though I'm nowhere near you
This is my jumbled up blurb of an attempt to explain why it makes sense that Toby would have joined Mona on a member of the A Team, and why he still might be the one who tried to save Emily. Why is Toby on the A Team?/ Is Toby the one who called Emily saying, “get out,” and if so, why? --Mona says at the end that she wouldn’t have come out that night if she knew that Nate would get Garrett out. She chalked it up to even the best plans going awry. She said that she wished she and Toby got to make the phone call (to Maya’s cell phone) which would make the liars think “OMG Paige is the killer.”
**Also: Marlene King posted a picture of the scene where Mona says "change of plans" to another person on the "A" team. Some people think that, that person was NOT Toby, but Marlene King's caption for the photo is "Your first glimpse of @keeganallen as A." So Mona was talking to Toby when she said that there's a change of plans. I'm pretty sure this wa…
Fans of Pretty Little Liars know that ABC Family has revealed and promoted the fact that one of 12 suspects is going to betray everyone. I am composing a blog post in attempt to figure out who is going to betray everyone this time. I have a feeling this won't be the last time someone betrays everyone, but right now I'm focusing on this particular one. Long story short, I have narrowed the list of 12 people down to two suspects. In order of likelihood in my opinion, they are 1) Lucas and 2) Ezra.
**ETA: Ashley Marin is a suspect too: Watch it be really basic... B is for betrayal & as we learned from the braille incident, B= #2. Ashley= #2 on the suspect list when they had it in alphabetical order.
If you would like to read why, check out my detailed reasoning below. :
Fans of Breaking Bad everywhere have had a year to wonder what would happen after the dramatic explosion that was the end of season 4. Finally, on Sunday, July 15th 2012, the first episode of season 5 aired.
Everyone who had been wondering what Walt would do after the explosion finally got the answer; he grew a beard, changed his name and went to Denny's to celebrate. Oh wait, that's just something that we now know will happen at some point in the future. Walt, or as he will go by in the future, Mr. Lambert, will spend his 52nd birthday at Denny's where he will meet up with Mike to do some elusive business deal. Cue in the "OMG, is Walt in witness protection?" type questions. At least we know that Walt lives to see his 52nd birthday.
In this flash-forward scene, Walt meets Jim Beaver, who sold him a gun in season 4, in the bathroom where it looks like they're about to do a shady drug deal. Instead, the gun salesman gives Walt keys to a car. Walt opens…
I am just going to say my piece on RAP (rule against perpetuities) right now. I know the rule. I get the point. But I still think it is ridiculous!! Imagine if you were a lawyer (for those of us who make it through this hell of a bar exam--but I digress) and you actually had to EXPLAIN this to a client.
"Sir, I understand that you want to leave your estate to your brother's widow for life and then to your children. That's very noble of you. Unfortunately, you have to think of it this way: you can't leave your estate to them that way because there is this pesky rule that we have to follow. We have to consider the fact that your brother's wife and your children can walk out the door today and all spontaneously combust out of nowhere.
Plus, your brother is still alive, so he doesn't have a widow. It doesn't matter that he's married and his wife might live longer than he does. Your brother's current wife can get hit by a car in 5 minutes and …