Oh, Wren (Julian Morris). We want to trust Rosewood’s most versatile doctor (seriously, when did you become a psychiatrist? Didn't he used to work in the hospital?), but he just makes it so darn hard. Sure, he has that charming accent and those earnest eyes, but his superficial appeal is quickly becoming outweighed by all the suspicious behavior.
We've had our eyes on Wren for a while now. As a doc at Radley, he has access to way more info than most people, and his obsession with the Liars (seriously, crushing on Spencer and Hanna), plus his history with Melissa, always made him stand out.
However, Season 4, Episode 10: "The Mirror Has Three Faces" took his shady behavior to a whole new level. Suddenly, there was no question that he's more than just a well-meaning doctor. He had a showdown with Mona, who made veiled hints about his "loyalties." He made suspicious phone calls and messed with Mrs. Hastings. He's playing some sort of game, and he clearly knows more than he's let on in the past.
That said, he's not necessarily Red Coat or even part of the "A" team. He seems genuinely invested in Spencer and Hanna, and it's possible that his actions are all an attempt to protect them, either from Red Coat/the whole "A" team, if he knows about that, or perhaps just from Mona herself (who may or may not be trustworthy, and who Wren could understandably suspect, whether or not she's guilty of recent "A"-like activity).
What do you think: Is Wren a baddie, or do you still believe his intentions are good?
Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars on Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.
Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaDMartin.