Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Jenna (Tammin Sursok) got down and dirty on Pretty Little Liars Season 3, Episode 9: “The Kahn Game” — verbally, at least! Their game of "truth" was a battle of the words, and it went back and forth faster than an Olympics tennis match.
So what exactly did we learn from their little sparring match? We've re-watched the scene and broken out the most useful information for your theorizing pleasure.
Noel (Brant Daugherty) was with Jenna "that night": Jenna confirmed what Noel's brother revealed during Noel and Aria's (Lucy Hale) game: He was with her "that night" when she found Emily (Shay Mitchell).
Jenna and Noel found Emily in a diner, not on the street: This makes sense, given that Emily had a flashback about the diner and saw someone who could easily be Noel. Noel claims Emily was already "drunk off her ass" at said diner, and they were just trying to help.
Jenna and Noel are not the ones who got Emily intoxicated: At least according to Jenna, though this could be a total lie.
Jenna lied to protect someone: But who? Did she mean she was trying to protect Noel from the Liars, or was there someone else involved?
Jenna wants Spencer to continue to keep her secret: Despite revealing her eyesight to the world, Jenna still, understandably, doesn't want the Liars to spill that she had been lying about it. She went so far as to implicitly threaten to reveal damaging info about the Liars if Spencer doesn't keep the secret — that's what the "mutually assured destruction" line was about.
Jenna reveals to everyone Spencer was lying about the Liars being at the lake house "that night": Will that come back to bite them?
Jenna seems to have a lot of thoughts about "that night": At one point, Jenna said that she was was starting to wonder about where Emily was when the Liars found her, and accused Spencer of being the one to get Emily drunk. What exactly does she know?
Jenna is still concerned about the video of her and Toby (Keegan Allen): Yes, that is the one she was talking about.
Also, for reference, the main thing we learned from Aria and Noel's game is that Maya (Bianca Lawson) had an open invitation to the stamp parties, apparently because she was the intriguing new girl in town — if that is, indeed, the whole story. Oh yeah, and he was with Jenna "that night," as mentioned above.
Did we miss anything? Do you trust anything Jenna said? Let us know in the comments below.
Catch an all-new episode of PLL on Tuesday, August 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC Family.
Rebecca Martin is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @BeccaMartin47.
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