This episode is all about a Rosewood father-daughter dance, which is bound to be super awkward for Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Aria (Lucy Hale), and Hanna (Ashley Benson), all of whom aren't exactly getting along with their dads right now. Sneak peek photos show Spence and Aria dancing with their dads, but also glaring at them angrily. Hopefully this means some truths surface.
Plus, a voice over promises "follow the clues, find the truth," which we assume is something like Heroes' famous "save the cheerleader, save the world" tag line back in the day: A teaser that will get resolved in the very last episode of the season.
In this episode, the girls continue to delve into Ali's past, going "on the quest for answers of what Alison knew before she died." They meet the mysterious Duncan, a figure “from Alison’s past” who “might hold the key to all of the girls’ answers." Of course, the real question is: "Can they trust him?"
We also know that Jason (Drew Van Acker) will “drop off a bag of Alison’s personal items that could be more than just a bag of junk.” Maybe these items provide the clues that lead the girls to Duncan in the first place.
In this episode, Toby (Keegan Allen) is definitely back. That would make us very happy, except apparently, "Toby’s return to Rosewood brings a surprise reunion that ends dangerously." If Toby gets hurt again, we will flip out.
Though this sneak peek photo shows Jenna (Tammin Sursok) with what appears to be a bandage on her eye, so maybe she's the one who gets injured. Or maybe her eye surgery finally happens; that would explain why Toby comes back. She may be his creepy, molesting step-sister, but she's still family, we guess.
Following the clues leads the Liars to a "doll hospital that holds some very familiar looking dolls and a little boy that knows more than he leads onto." That's right. A doll hospital. We guess all those creepy doll moments really do mean something.
Also in this episode: "Jenna's surgery brings about more than just the possibility of regaining her sight." Honestly, we have no idea what that means. Maybe she gets super powers. (We're kidding. Mostly.)
Marlene King also promises an Ezria moment "everyone is waiting for" that happens "in bed." Hmmm...