In the clip, Travis informs Hanna on the breaking news: "Apparently, someone saw her at a train station in Maryland. By the time the cops showed, she was gone." Travis goes on to reveal someone made a few hefty deposits into CeCe's bank accounts. But where did the money come from? "They think someone paid her to kill Wilden?" asks Hanna. "Lots of people wanted him dead," Travis replies. Now, that's an understatement!
So we learn a few things in this clip: the cops are after CeCe for Wilden's murder, she's getting desperate, and Hanna and Travis are still talking. We're intrigued to see where this leads. Does Travis know more than he's letting on? We'll have to wait and see!
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In the episode, “the girls hope it can shed light on their many questions.” But what questions, exactly, are on their minds? It’s hard to imagine where they would start.
“With the diary full of stories that have been coded to cover the truth, each girl must take a turn to figure out which stories are about them.” Uh oh, Ali can be pretty cruel in her nicknames (“Hefty Hanna,” anyone?), so it’s hard to imagine the Liars will be quick to give themselves away with details they might have been hiding from each other. In fact, fans are told as much, since each story is “more personal than the last,” and they don’t “really want to admit” which story is about them.
Oh, and just to make sure we don’t forget about all the weird stuff happening at the DiLaurentis house, Spencer has spotted her dad interacting with Mrs. D, and is “suspicious.” As for shady Ezra, we're pretty sure the title has something to do with his creepy new lair in the woods. Yikes, Aria!