So it only took four episodes for the girls to smarten up and block all unknown senders from their phones. Problem solved, right? No more text messages from the mysterious A threatening to spill their secrets, right? No such luck. If A cannot use the tech age to reach the girls, she will use whatever means necessary - even a music dedication. I am just waiting for a message in a bottle to appear.
This week, Hanna's father blows into town after abandoning Hanna and her mother without a second glance and bringing along with him a new fiancee and future stepsister for Hanna, who seems less than thrilled. Although her father pretended he did not know about Hanna's recent legal troubles that resulted in yet another police visit to Hanna's house, his snide joke about not letting her drive told otherwise. Meanwhile, Hanna's mom is probably thankful for her ex and his money as that is one less cop she will have to sleep with.
Remember Spencer's hasty decision last week to submit her sister's essay as her own for class? Well, of course, it was brilliant. And of course her teacher wants to submit it into a national competition. Hasty decisions equals plagiarism, which equals no college for Spencer. You would think that would slow her down. Perhaps encourage her to take her time in her pursuits? Not so. We see Spencer yet again jumping into things with her sister's very drunk ex-fiancee. Unfortunately for her, this time it is caught on videotape. Maybe A hasn't abandoned technological efforts to reach the girls after all.
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