You guys, we're worried. And not just because we seriously have no idea how to tell the difference between Emma and Sutton (Alexandra Chando). The Lying Game is heating up faster than you can say "naked horseback riding," and the season finale is just aro More »
This week's episode of The Lying Game set up to have a saucy little roadtrip, but unfortunately there were a few interruptions. In " Weekend of Living Dangerously " Emma and Ethan did their usual back and forth and something tells me I'm not the only one More »
Last week's The Lying Game ended with an ab-tastic Ethan Whitehorse getting arrested by the FBI. In " Not Guilty as Charged " Ethan was brought back to Phoenix, booked on murder charges, and had a pretty interesting arraignment.
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Time to lie your pants off, ya'll! The Lying Gamers are back for another episode of sexy looks, six-packed studs, and nefarious hot dads, and it's better than ever. In Season 1, Episode 18, “Not Guilty as Charged,” one of our favorite mystery-solvers is a More »
Well I hate to say "I told you so" but " No Country for Young Love " gave us an even stronger inclination as to who Derek's killer is. What do you know? It's Alec Rybak!
The thing with trying to control everyone like they are puppets is that it eventua More »
Last week, we left off with Emma telling Mads that she isn't Sutton. I had worried how Mads would take this kind of news, but tonight's episode, "No Country for Young Love," showed me that she took it surprisingly well. Derek's murderer is revealed, and I More »
Really Emma? Was it time to finally tell someone that you aren't who you say you are? Well, apparently, she thought so, and so did the writers of The Lying Game , because the beans were spilled tonight.
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Last time we checked in on our Lying Gamers, Ethan (Blair Redford) and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) had driven off into the great unknown (the reservation, duh), leaving Emma all on her lonesome. That’s right, Em is pretending to be Sutton again, which is so More »