15 Episodes of \'Pretty Little Liars\' We Could Watch Over and Over Again

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15 Episodes of ‘Pretty Little Liars’ We Could Watch Over and Over Again

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15 Episodes of \'Pretty Little Liars\' We Could Watch Over and Over Again

There may never be another new episode of Pretty Little Liars, but the show lives on in our hearts, and on our digital streaming devices.

Though not all of its 160 episodes are winners — look, true love means true honesty — there are a few we could easily watch a dozen times and never be sick of them.

Here is your guide to the most rewatchable episodes of PLL ever. But beware if you're a newcomer to the show — there are a lot of spoilers herein!

15 Episodes of \'Pretty Little Liars\' We Could Watch Over and Over Again
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“Shadow Play” (Season 4, Episode 19)

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“Shadow Play” (Season 4, Episode 19)

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The black & white noir episode — spurred by Spencer's sleep-deprived, drug-addled hallucinations — is one of our all-time faves. 

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"UnmAsked" (Season 2, Episode 25)

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"UnmAsked" (Season 2, Episode 25)

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While we were reasonably satisfied by the series finale's "A" reveal, you never forget your first. 

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"This Is A Dark Ride" (Season 3, Episode 13)

"This Is A Dark Ride" (Season 3, Episode 13)

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The very concept of a high school renting out an entire moving train for Halloween is completely bats—t, yes. But that's precisely what makes this episode so awesome! 

Also, Adam Lambert is there for some reason? And one of the Liars literally gets trapped in a coffin with a dead body. It is the very definition of "extra" and we love it unconditionally.

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"Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1)

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"Pilot" (Season 1, Episode 1)

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From Ezria's sexy meet-cute — before you knew just how problematic their forbidden love really was —  to that very first anonymous text, this episode still gets our adrenaline pumping.

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“Of Late I Think of Rosewood” (Season 6, Episode 11)

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“Of Late I Think of Rosewood” (Season 6, Episode 11)

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The first episode five years ahead of the reveal of CeCe Drake as Charlotte DiLaurentis (aka "A" 2.0) was not just a really necessary palate cleanser. 

It also allowed the show to grow up with its audience and introduce a far more satisfying mystery to end the series.

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“Til DeAth Do Us PArt” (Season 7, Episode 20)

“Til DeAth Do Us PArt” (Season 7, Episode 20)

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Listen, we know not all Liars loved the series finale, but you gotta admit, the moment Spencer realized she wasn't looking into a mirror was one of the best jump-out-of-your-seat moments in the entire series.

Plus there's a beautiful wedding, a beautiful proposal, two beautiful babies, and a lot of happy endings.

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“Farewell, My Lovely” (Season 7, Episode 19)

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“Farewell, My Lovely” (Season 7, Episode 19)

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Almost as good at the series finale is this episode that preceded it, especially for Mona fans. Janel Parrish gave the performance of a lifetime as we learned who killed Charlotte — and how.

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“Now You See Me, Now You Don’t” (Season 4, Episode 12)

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“Now You See Me, Now You Don’t” (Season 4, Episode 12)

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We know a lot of fans disagree with us, but it always made more sense to paint Ezra as a creep rather than a romantic lead. 

The reveal that he was essentially stalking his students for years — one of whom was his girlfriend — just to write some book? Wow.

It’s a thrilling reveal, and we never fully got over it. Kind of a shame it turned out to be a bit of a red herring in the end — sorry not sorry, shippers!

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“The Talented Mr. Rollins” (Season 7, Episode 3)

“The Talented Mr. Rollins” (Season 7, Episode 3)

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One thing Season 7 had over every other were the amazing death scenes. Maybe you'll think us morbid, but we could watch Elliott's face go through that windshield over and over again. He was the actual worst.

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“Please, Do Talk About Me When I’m Gone” (Season 1, Episode 8)

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“Please, Do Talk About Me When I’m Gone” (Season 1, Episode 8)

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If you found yourself missing Queen Bee Alison in later seasons, boy do we have the episode for you to rewatch.

There are so many delicious flashbacks to before Alison's "death" that really showcase what an unforgettable, unforgivable bitch she was. "That's immortality, my darlings."

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“The DArkest Knight” (Season 7, Episode 10)

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“The DArkest Knight” (Season 7, Episode 10)

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Speaking of gratifying death scenes. While Ezria shippers may hate this one for the inconvenient return of Nicole, we think it totally redeems itself with the epic death of Noel Kahn.

Aria's evil ex trips, falls on his ax, and chops his own head off, which rolls down the stairs like a friggin' bowling ball. 

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“Hit and Run, Run, Run” (Season 7, Episode 4)

“Hit and Run, Run, Run” (Season 7, Episode 4)

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Sometimes you need a good cry, and while PLL definitely has a few moments that can help trigger the tears, nothing holds a candle to the heartbreaking scene with Caleb on one side of the door pleading with Spencer, unaware that Hanna is hiding inside. 

Even if recreational crying over painful love triangles isn't your thing, you have to admit this is one of the most poignant scenes in the show's history, and everyone in it acts their ass off.

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“The Badass Seed” (Season 1, Episode 18)

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“The Badass Seed” (Season 1, Episode 18)

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We admit this isn't a remarkable episode in most regards, but as die-hard Haleb shippers, how could we ever get tired of the scene where Hanna hops into the shower with a very naked Caleb?

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"Last Dance" (Season 6, Episode 9)

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"Last Dance" (Season 6, Episode 9)

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Though we questioned their parenting a whole bunch throughout the series, the Real Housewives of Rosewood shine in this installment.

From their sweet ad hoc prom for the girls in the Hastings barn (after they were banned from attending the official dance), to their drunken escapades, the Wine Moms are the true MVPs of this episode. But really, how did they get out of that basement?

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“How the ‘A’ Stole Christmas” (Season 5, Episode 13)

“How the ‘A’ Stole Christmas” (Season 5, Episode 13)

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Though Rosewood seems weirdly immune from winter, the sole Christmas episode of the series delivers with this retelling of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.

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There may never be another new episode of Pretty Little Liars, but the show lives on in our hearts, and on our digital streaming devices.

Though not all of its 160 episodes are winners — look, true love means true honesty — there are a few we could easily watch a dozen times and never be sick of them.

Here is your guide to the most rewatchable episodes of PLL ever. But beware if you're a newcomer to the show — there are a lot of spoilers herein!