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Pretty Little Liars Season 3, Episode 22 Review: What Did You Think of “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?”

Looks like someone we thought was a total goner wasn’t dead after all on tonight’s Pretty Little Liars (Season 3, Episode 22: “Will the Circle Be Unbroken?”), and it doesn’t bode well for Hanna (Ashley Benson).

Meanwhile, Spencer continued her downward spiral at Radley, where she met the real E. Lamb. So what went down in Rosewood this week? Read on for Wetpaint Entertainment's review of the episode, and then rate it yourself!

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Wilden is alive, which doesn’t bode well for poor Toby, who is still believed to be dead. If only they could find a body to prove it. It looks like “Toby’s” body disappeared after Spencer’s discovery. Did someone on the “A” team move the body? And if the body isn’t Wilden, then who is it? Is Toby really dead? Or is Jason the unlucky victim? After all, “A” was targeting the N.A.T. club.

Back in Radley, Spencer knows what she saw, and she’s not taking the news of Toby’s death likely. Even worse, she thinks it’s her fault he’s dead. But she manages to pull herself out of her slump to bond with one of the Radley guard: Eddie Lamb. Yep. He’s the real E. Lamb. And he knows about all the shady comings and goings at Radley.

He tells Spencer the only Toby he ever met was a young boy whose mother was a patient at Radley. Hmm. This certainly sounds like our Toby, especially since recent spoilers suggest we’re finally meeting Toby’s late mom in a Season 4 premiere flashback. He also hints that someone who works at Radley was responsible for printing fake I.D. cards. Who could it have been — Dr. Sullivan? Wren?!

Spencer also gets a visit from Mona, who drops a bomb on Spence: Ali was never pregnant. It was just a scare. In fact, a flashback of Ali and Spencer in church has us thinking that Ali may have faked her own death. That girl was way too obsessed with the idea of her own death.

Mona also tries to convince Spence to join the “A” team, and with the younger Hastings in a very vulnerable state, it looks like she may have obliged. At the end of the episode, Spencer tells Hanna, Aria and Emily that they don’t know her at all — only, she was hallucinating them. Yikes. Spencer is not is a good place.

Meanwhile, an aimless Ezra is coming back to Rosewood — as a substitute teacher — thanks to Aria and her knack for telling little white lies. It was nice to see Byron help Ezra out for once.

Pretty Little Liars airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.