How can episode that showed such promise turn out so dull?
Unfortunately, that seems to be the case with many episodes in Pretty Little Liars Season 4.
"The Guilty Girl's Handbook" had an interesting premise; Hanna comes up with another "genius" plan to save her mother, and it involves Mona giving her a tutorial on living her lies. But the episode falls flat and not even Mona's delightfully devious assistance could save me from another hour of boredom.
Perhaps the problem is how the whole Wilden-murder angle is being handled. It's been such a drawn out of process that doesn't have the dramatic steam to keep the show moving forward. Week and after week, Hanna has been going through the emotional wringer while her mother suffers in jail. Tragic, yes, but still a bit repetitive. Read More...