Credit: Adam Rose/ABC Family Channel © 2011 Disney ABC Television Group Photo: Caleb on Pretty Little Liars July 5, 2011

Have you caught your breath yet after all the surprises from this week’s Pretty Little Liars? Season 2, Episode 4, “Blind Dates,” was packed with jaw-dropping moments, and here are our top five. Let the craziness begin!

5. Honestly, who could say no to Caleb?
Now that Hanna (Ashley Benson) let Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) put his arm around her to help Lucas (Brendan Robinson) on his date, are these two starting to rekindle things? Let’s just make sure Mona (Janel Parrish) isn’t around to screw things up this time. Then again, is there anything that Mona can’t screw up?

4. Spencer gets a horseshoe. (Worst. Present. Ever.)
Spencer (Troian Bellisario) tries to get Melissa (Torrey DeVitto)’s ring back from the pawn shop, but instead gets stuck with a horseshoe. Talk about getting the short end of the stick on that trade. And we wouldn’t want to be around Melissa when she finds out it was Spencer who stole the ring. We can totally picture Melissa murmuring, “My precious!”

3. Hurry back, Ezra! Jason’s moving in on your territory!
Talk about the most random pairing since Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton. Could Aria (Lucy Hale) suddenly have the hots for Jason (Drew Van Acker), now that she no longer sees Ezra (Ian Harding)every day at school? And what exactly is her brother Mike doing to follow in Aria’s dysfunctional footsteps? (After all, Aria is probably not what you would consider a superb role model for younger siblings.)

2. “A” apparently isn’t a fan of psychiatry. (Maybe “A” is Tom Cruise?)
Just when it seemed like Hanna was making progress with the therapist by moving beyond Alison (Sasha Pieterse)’s control, we see that the therapist’s office gets wrecked, presumably by “A” (but with no sign of forced entry). The office was so trashed, it looked like a hotel room after Amy Winehouse checks out.

1. Ian’s dead. (We’re, like, 80% sure this time.)
Okay, so clearly we’ve written the words “Ian’s dead” before, but this time it seems to be sticking. There are still about a zillion mysteries surrounding his death, of course. Like, why was Melissa’s suitcase packed? Also, was Jason (Drew Van Acker) indeed harboring Ian (Ryan Merriman), and would Ian really have committed suicide? Seriously — we have more questions than an episode of Jeopardy.