We know that you’re dying to know who “A” might be! Don’t worry — we’ve got our crack team of sleuths on the case, picking up even the tiniest clue for your mystery-solving pleasure. Here are some hints from Pretty Little Liars Season 2, Episode 3, “My Name Is Trouble,” that may help us solve this thing for good!
Suspect #1: Wren Kim
Why he might be “A”: It would make sense that he would be angry, since he got dumped by Melissa (Torrey DeVitto) and apparently ignored by Spencer (Troian Bellisario). But where has he been all this time? Maybe he’s been busy shacking up with various other women in Rosewood while simultaneously hitting on their younger sisters as well?
Why he might not be “A”: Based on what we saw of him last time around, he seemed way too nice and silly to be “A.” Remember how he dropped that potted plant in Season 1? That was about the most devious thing he did. So he may not be a great environmentalist, but that doesn’t necessarily make him “A” either.
Suspect #2: Melissa Hastings
Why she might be “A”: We’re not yet sure why she was meeting with Wren so late at night (although we’re guessing it wasn’t a booty call). And let’s hope she didn’t want to get her engagement ring back anytime soon. Then again, we don’t know why she’s so desperate to stay married to a presumed killer. (But if things don’t work out between her and Ian (Ryan Merriman), we hear that the Unabomber is single.)
Why she might not be “A”: Maybe Melissa isn’t evil and just does a terrible job of choosing guys. Melissa has even worse luck with men than Taylor Swift!
Suspect #3: Lucas Gottesman
Why he might be “A”: Lucas Gottesman (Brendan Robinson) would seem to have a pretty solid reason to be angry at Rosewood’s elite, considering he’s been getting mocked and ignored for so long. Plus, he seems to be pretty good with a camera, which would come in handy when you’re stalking someone. (Uh, not that we would know about stalking anyone.)
Why he might not be “A”: Okay, so he did destroy that memorial for Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) last season. But if everyone who hated Alison was automatically considered to be an “A” suspect, then interviewing each of the suspects would take about three years.