Pretty Little Liars Season 3 Finale Review: What Did You Think of “A dAngerous gAme”?
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Pretty Little Liars Season 3 Finale Review: What Did You Think of “A dAngerous gAme”?

Well, that was interesting. After so much hype, Pretty Little Liars Season 3, Episode 24: "A dAngerous gAme" wasn't as epic as we would have hoped. Was there even a Red Coat reveal at all Sure, it looks like Ali — or someone who looks idetical to Ali — was the enigmatic hooded figure, bit in the end, we weren't entirely sure. After all, Hanna just inhaled a lot of smoke. Who's to say she wasn't hallucinating? Then again, Mona saw her also.

Even though the Red Coat reveal was somewhat disappointing, Toby's big reveal more than made up for it. Did the nail-biting episode meet your expectations? Read on for Wetpaint Entertainment's review and then rate it yourself!

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We quickly learn that Spencer's turn to the dark side was just a ploy to get to Red Coat. But she wasn't the only one trying to protect the ones she loves: Toby — who is very much alive — confesses to Spence that he only joined the "A" team to protect her. (It looks like Mona told Spencer that Toby was alive in Radley.) Cue the "Awwwws!" At first Spencer isn't sure if she can trust him, but after yet another heartfelt confession, they end up sleeping together. Lana Del Rey started to play. It was a beautiful moment.

If only Ezra and Aria were so lucky. After weeks of trying to make things work, Aris decided it was finally time to say goodbye to Fitz. Well, not for good. He is her substitute English teacher, after all. Ezria's break-up felt a lot like Season 1 Ezria. With Ezra back at Rosewood High, it's going to be interesting to see how Aria handles seeing Fitz in class every day — because she hasn't shown a lot of restraint in the past.

But that's not the only relationship news: Jenna is hooking up with Shana! And they're working with Melissa. They're the ones who saved Wilden after Ashley hit him with her car. Are they on the "A" team too? Could there possibly be two "A" teams? We're so confused!

Not to mention Mona told the Liars that she was recruited by Red Coat when she was in Radley. Does this mean Mona was the original "A"? And who is Red Coat? Hanna thought she saw Ali pull them out of the burining house, but even they're not 100 percent convinced.

And lastly, what the heck is in Wilden's trunk? When the Liars return from their hellish outing with Mona, they find Wilden's cop car — which apparently they recovered from the lake. Unfortunately, we don't get to see what's in the trunk because the screen goes black, but we do get a sense that it's not good. Our money is on a dead body.

What did you think of the finale? Did you love it, or were you disappointed? Sound off in the comments!