It was high time for a Scooby episode, but "Cat's Cradle" was slow and especially un-informational if you've been paying strong attention to the clues. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/pretty-little-liars-cats-cradle-review-the-real-evil-wives-of-rosew more
There’s a certain kind of jolt you get whenever a show that revolves around a mystery of some sort lobs a big download of information at you all at once. Think “Twin Peaks”, “The X-Files”, “Fringe” and “Lost”. I’ll never forget seeing, say, the petroglyph more
"Cat's Cradle" was one boring episode of Pretty Little Liars.
I’m usually on the edge of my seat, but aside from a few smaller moments and interesting turns in dialogue, not much was worthwhile in this installment.
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This episode was called “Cat’s Cradle.” Is this meant to evoke Kurt Vonnegut’s novel , a symbol that a bomb is about to drop on our Liars? Are we talking about the game played by summer camp mean girls with a loop of string ? Should we think of that class more
The Pretty Little Liars continue to explore various plotlines from the murder of Wilden to the alleged suicide of Toby’s mother. It’s a new day and new twists and the lives of the mothers of little liars are all under scrutiny, and just what will be disco more