Pretty Little Liars Season 4, Episode 17 (“Bite Your Tongue”) left us with our jaws on the floor thanks to the revelation that Ezra is probably Board Shorts. Now that Spencer is armed with the truth, we were expecting a lot from Season 4, Episode 18(“Hot for Teacher”).

Did the episode live up to our hopes? Read on for Wetpaint Entertainment's review, and then rate it for yourself below!

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We really liked this episode. Although it wasn't quite as great as last week, it was still a really strong showing, with all of the Liars having forward moving, important plots.

Aria's story with Ezra couldn't have been creepier. Watching him pressure her to tell him everything just made our skin crawl, since after tonight it seems clearer than ever that his intentions are far from good. And we got to see him in action in his basement!

Speaking of Ezra, we loved how far Spencer progressed with her investigation this week, even if the pills she popped to do it are bound to bite her in the butt. Another thing we love? Hanna figuring Spencer out and confronting her. We like that Hanna has gotten smart this season (and we're digging her friendship with Holbrook, which we really hope stays platonic, since he is far too old for her), and, even better, we like it when the Liars share info.

Which brings us to Emily. It was nice to see her get some info out of Shana, and we are really happy that by the end of the episode she was back in line with the other Liars and sharing what was going on with her. The girls are strongest when they're united.

Of course, Aria is still in the dark about Ezra. We can't wait until the other Liars present her with the truth. That's going to be great.

Plus, we got to see some Ali! That's always a bonus. We give it 4.75 stars.

What did you think of the episode? Rate it below, and then sound off in the comments!

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Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.


Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!