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Pretty Little Liars 100th Episode Spoilers: Marlene King Tweets Shippy Moments

Pretty Little Liars 100th Episode Spoilers: Marlene King Tweets Shippy Moments

Ready to have your hearts melt, Pretty Little Liars fans? Showrunner Marlene King just took a break from working hard on the show to treat fans to a shippy taste of the highly anticipated 100th episode (Season 5, Episode 5, “Miss Me x 100"), and she made sure not to leave any of the big ships out.

OK, ready guys? Let's run down what she tweeted and see what it tells us about the episode.

Hmm. Sounds to us like Aria's (Lucy Hale) talking to Ezra (Ian Harding) about his injury here. Maybe not the most romantic exchange this couple has ever had, but at this point just the fact that Aria is expressing concern over Ezra is a good sign. Clearly, she hasn't shut him out in the way she keeps saying she's going to.

Wow, did Marlene just tweet us the Haleb reunion? It seems like she did. "The moment they lay eyes on each other, the world stops spinning." Swoon.

Like all Emison moments, we're left wondering how genuine Alison (Sasha Pieterse) is being when she says she missed Emily (Shay Mitchell) the most. We hope she's telling the truth; whether or not you ship them, it would be nice if Ali were being honest with Emily, even if she's not honest about so much else.

Aww. Now that is sweet. We're glad that no matter what, Emily doesn't ever want Paige (Lindsey Shaw) to forget how amazing she really is.

This is the simplest moment Marlene tweeted. Spoby makeouts! Clearly, these two are going strong this season.

And finally, this one isn't shippy — but it is the moment Jenna (Tammin Sursok) returns. Talk about awesome.

Who do you think she's talking to? Who would be in her room? Toby? Ali? Someone else?

What do you make of these tweets? Let us know in the comments below!

Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!