The kiln. What was with that kiln room? Why would the entire room heat up like that when, presumably, students spend time in there putting projects into the actual kiln? We’re not kiln experts or anything, but this entire set-up seemed convoluted, especially given that this space would have to pass some pretty strict safety codes if it’s at a school.
That trailer park scene. We know that PLL likes to set the mood when visiting a possible “A” location, but man did they lay on the trailer park stereotypes in last night’s episode. That guys chopping up some dead animal willy nilly outside of his trailer? The seeming reluctance for anyone to actually talk or smile in lieu of leering creepily at Hanna from a distance? We’re all for laying on the ambience, PLL, but we’ve been to trailer parks before and regular, you know, people live there.
Prison cell visit. Do inmates usually have visitors escorted straight into their cell? Because, when Hanna went to visit Ali, they just hung out in Alison’s cell rather than meet in, we don’t know, some sort of visitors area?
Policeman Pretty Eyes. We’ve mentioned this one before, but we’re still not over it. How did Toby become a cop again? Why is he allowed anywhere near the case that directly involves his girlfriend and friends? How old is he again? Seriously, though. One scene addressing some of these questions would go a long way.
The investigation into Mona’s murder. Normally, we’d assume any police incompetence was either “A”-orchestrated or just business as usual, but with Tanner in town, we expect more from the investigation into Mona’s murder. That initial search of Mona’s house and property must have been terrible considering they missed both a camera hidden in the ducts and the potential murder weapon (unless that was planted later by "A"). Get your act together, Rosewood P.D.
What logic fails did you find in Season 5, Episode 15? Share them in the comments below!
Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 5 on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.
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