Marlene King Drops Couples’ Dialogue from ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Series Finale
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Marlene King Drops Couples’ Dialogue from ‘Pretty Little Liars’ Series Finale

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Bless Marlene King. She has already told us that shippers will be happy with the Pretty Little Liars series finale, but now she has some even more specific spoilers.

On Twitter, she dropped actual dialogue from “‘Til Death Do Us Part” from each of the OTPs that aren’t currently engaged (ahem, Ezria): Spoby, Haleb, and Emison.

What could it mean? Well, Marlene is careful not to say too much, but there are still some clues in here we can pull from, to see the fate of these couples.

Most clue-filled is her dialogue for Spoby.

First of all, like either Spencer or Toby (though, let’s admit, probably Toby because Spencer would never have to look anything up), we also looked up “limerence.”

“The state of being infatuated or obsessed with another person, typically experienced involuntarily and characterized by a strong desire for reciprocation of one's feelings,” says the Oxford Dictionary.

But wait, there’s more.

“But not primarily for a sexual relationship,” the definition continues.

Hmm… does this mean that Spencer tells Toby she has an infatuation with her first love Toby, but it’s… not in a romantic way?

This actually gives us a lot to consider.

First, Toby seems to definitely be alive. Second, it’s possible Yvonne is alive, too. Third, the way the dialogue is set up, it seems Spencer used the word “limerence,” and then Toby went back and looked it up.

So it’s possible Spencer is saying she loves Toby, but isn’t in love with him anymore.

We’ll definitely have to wait and see how that pans out.

As for Haleb, things are likely more “happily ever after” cut and dry.

The quote doesn’t give us too much, but communication is always good. Plus, it seemed pretty clear in Pretty Little Liars Season 7A that Haleb was ready to be endgame.

As for Emison, Marlene gives us this dialogue:

Odds are on Alison as the speaker here, and we can only hope what she’s trying to do is express her love for Emily.

The actresses themselves, Shay Mitchell and Sasha Pieterse, have both pushed for an Emison happily ever after, and it definitely looks like Pretty Little Liars is headed in that direction.

Of course, we still have a few more nail-biting months to wait and see for sure!

Pretty Little Liars returns Tuesday, April 18 at 8 p.m. ET on Freeform.

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