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Can’t wait until January 7 to see the Pretty Little Liars winter premiere? Us either, which is why we were so psyched to get a script spoiler from the episode (Season 4, Episode 14: “Who’s in the Box?”)! What do we learn from this intense conversation between the Liars?

The script sneak peek, which ABC Family recently released, reads as follows:

Aria: Then [blank] pulled her out.

Hanna: Like a carrot.

Aria: Why didn’t she call the cops?

Emily: Which cops was she supposed to call? Wilden? Garrett?

We’re guessing that the girls are talking about Alison, which would mean the name blanked out in the first line is Mrs. Grunwald’s. It was the Ravenswood resident and former house mother at a Cicero College sorority who allegedly pulled Alison from the ground the night of her disappearance and the Liars are trying to work the whole thing out!

We don’t blame them. We have a lot of questions for Alison, too. Like, why didn’t she reach out to anyone? Emily has a good point in that the Rosewood cops aren’t exactly the most trustworthy of law enforcement representatives, but they aren’t the only cops in the world. Why didn’t Alison seek help outside of Rosewood?

It’s also pretty interesting that Emily is the one to defend Ali. From the synopsis for the winter premiere, we learn that “Emily has trouble dealing with how she feels about Alison being alive.” Will Emily continue to defend Alison, aka the first girl she loved? And will it come between her and current girlfriend Paige, or even her and the rest of the Liars? Judging by how heated things get between Spencer and Emily in this promo, we’d say it’s a distinct possibility. Ugh. Is it January 7 yet?!

Do you think the Liars are talking about Alison in the sneak peek? And do you think it is suspicious that Ali didn’t call the cops? Sound off in the comments below!

Catch the Pretty Little Liars Season 4 winter premiere, Tuesday, January 7, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

Kayti Burt is a contributing writer for Wetpaint Entertainment with a penchant for all things pop culture. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!