Credit: JMA / Splash News Photo: Sasha Pieterse at the Rolling Stone Oscars Gifting Suite

With only four episodes to go before the Pretty Little Liars finale, the countdown to when we’ll find out who “A” is has begun. Who could “A” be? Creepy Jenna and Garrett? Have we ruled out Lucas? Is Mona playing both sides? Or is it Melissa?

At the Secret Room pre-Oscar lounge in Los Angeles, Wetpaint Entertainment got a chance to talk to Sasha Pieterse (Alison DiLaurentis) about what’s to come, and whether or not Alison will be there leading up to the big reveal.

Wetpaint Entertainment: Will we be seeing Alison in these last episodes?

Sasha: You'll definitely be seeing me. Can't tell you how, but you're going to be seeing me. That's for sure.

Is it exciting to finally get to that point where we know who “A” is?

It's very exciting, and I love that fans are just so eager, which makes us happy. It honestly just gets so exciting from here on. Not that the season hasn't been already, but it just escalates.

What are the steps we’re taking to get to the finale?

Well, it's going to be interesting because now I think Spencer’s (Troian Bellisario) realizing that [“A”] might be even closer to home than she thinks. All the suspects, it's just kind of interesting to see how everything comes together. And that last snippet at the end, with “A”  with the gun [on Season 2, Episode 21: “Breaking the Code”] — you can just tell that there's a new level of danger rising. It's just super, super intense and exciting, and it's going to be really interesting to see what the fans think of it.

What do you know of your involvement after we find out who "A" is?

I can't tell you that. I feel so bad. I can never tell you anything. I sort of know what's going on. And we find out sooner than you guys do, but it's kind of like a guessing game for us as well.

The Halloween episode was so great, for you especially. Will there be another one like that?

We have a possible 25th episode just like we did in this season for Season 3. So it will be interesting to see what they do with that, hopefully. Maybe they'll do another Halloween. Maybe they'll do a Christmas. I don't know what they're going to do. So we haven't heard word on that, but you never know.

What did you make of the Halloween prequel episode?

There were a lot of hints in that episode, and you're kind of waiting to see more of those unravel. And you will. The great thing about that episode is that, as much as it was a prequel, it ties so many things together that are happening in this season and the next season as well.

But it also opened the door to everyone being a suspect.

Exactly. You can see how much people hated Alison, and for so many different reasons. Everyone has a motive, and that's kind of what makes it so surprising and leading up to A, it's just crazy what happens. It's very, very, very exciting.

What was your personal reaction, reading that script?

I think it was so much like, “Oh, my gosh, finally! This is incredible!” The season finale is just — I think it’s just going to blow everyone away. Hopefully, it does.

Does it make sense who “A” is?

Oh, yeah. It totally makes sense. But at the same time, there are so many questions that are unanswered. It doesn't just end here. It's going to be very exciting.

Be sure to tune in for the next episode of Pretty Little Liars tonight on Monday, February 27 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.

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