'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: 'My Name Is Trouble'

Forgery, invasion of privacy, theft—for girls who are scrambling desperately to prove their innocence, the "Pretty Little Liars" sure do break a lot of laws. Luckily for them, the parental units aren't attentive to their adolescent plight. (Honestly, Spencer's parents barely live in Rosewood, it seems; Hanna's mom and dad are too busy flirting with each other to be bothered and even Emily, she of the strict upbringing, has a selectively gullible mom—kind of makes you wonder why the girls are so worried about pretending to uphold the therapist's orders).

Might-as-well-be-an-orphan Spencer has it best and worst in the no-parental-control department. With perpetually absent parents comes the freedom to do things like steal your sister's lost wedding ring and pawn it to buy your boyfriend a truck (Toby wouldn't have stopped working for Jason without it, to be fair). But it also comes with a downside, like the fear of death when big sis outright refuses to protect you from her psycho hubby, who you both know is actually alive. Read More...



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