Credit: Ron Tom/ABC Television Group © 2012 Disney Photo: Toby, Jenna, and Spencer on Pretty Little Liars Season 2, Episode 23

At this point, we’ve heard many different opinions from the Pretty Little Liars cast and crew regarding the highly anticipated Season 2 finale — and we think it’s time to round them up. With only six episodes remaining, we’re really getting down to the wire, so the spoilers are just that much more exciting.

Tyler Blackburn (Caleb Rivers)
Tyler recently said this in an interview: “When Ian Thomas [Ryan Merriman] was hanging from the bell tower [in the Season 1 finale], and there was so much action, that’s literally just a fraction of what goes on in this season finale," Tyler gushed. "I really genuinely was, like, biting my nails reading the script...It’s awesome."

Tyler also teases the fact that there will be plenty of mysteries to solve even after “A”’s identity is revealed. "Once 'A' is revealed, there’s another mystery [that] kind of starts from that," he promised. "They definitely have kept the momentum going."

Ashley Benson (Hanna Marin)
“Everybody is masked, so you don’t know who’s who and that makes it creepy,” said Ash. Also: “It’s not what it is in the books, to throw off the audience a bit. It was so cool.”

Lucy Hale (Aria Montgomery)
“We didn’t know what to expect, but once they read it, everyone’s jaw was on the floor, said Lucy.Ian [Harding] is always making commentary anyway in table reads, but when they read it, he just started laughing because he couldn’t believe it. But we were all in unison, yelling out different things. I think it’ll make people want to go back and watch the show from the beginning because there are clues and it all kind of makes sense.”

Lisa Cochran-Neilan, Producer
“If I had to choose one I would say in many ways, it’s heartbreaking,” said Lisa. “Although you are going to laugh, it’s visually beautiful, it answers things, there’s a lot of ‘Oh my Gods.’ But I think it’s heartbreaking and I think our girls deliver,” said Lisa. “I do remember everyone ‘ooh’ing and ‘ahh’ing [when they read the finale script]...I’m telling you, come March, you’re all going to be screaming at your TVs.”

Marlene King, Executive Producer
“You should see Psycho before you see the Season 2 finale.” Marlene also said, “we will get to see [Dr. Sullivan] before the end of the season.”

Catch an all-new Pretty Little Liars tonight, February 13 at 8pm ET/PT on ABC Family.

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