Suspect #1: Jenna Marshall
Why she might be “A”: Jenna Marshall (Tammin Sursok) and Officer Garrett are more secretive than the KGB; we’re wondering if we’ll ever find out about "the Jason thing.” Long story short: Keeping tabs on people is what Jenna does best. And just imagine how much more effective Jenna’s spying will be when she can actually, you know, see who she’s spying on.
Why she might not be “A”: It’s been a while since she or Officer Garrett have really done anything. These days, with the way they just drive around in their car, quietly watching everyone, we can’t help but be reminded of those two bumbling burglars from Home Alone, constantly waiting to see if Kevin is still at home. Let’s just hope that Jenna and Officer Garrett don’t start leaving people’s kitchen faucets on full-blast.
Suspect #2: Ezra Fitz
Why he might be “A”: Ezra Fitz (Ian Harding) has often struck us as the jealous type, and now that Aria (Lucy Hale) has been spending an awful lot of time with Jason, he seems especially suspicious. Just imagine the kind of wrath he’d be capable of if Aria kept a dream journal and he were to sneak a peek!
Why he might not be “A”: There are a lot of words you could use to describe the guy (and the first ones that come to mind are “dreamy” and “very dreamy”), but “sinister” isn’t high on the list. Plus, he seemed willing to eat that vending-machine sandwich from Aria that was probably made during the Truman administration, which has to count for something, right?
Suspect #3: Jason Dilaurentis
Why he might be “A”: The fact that Jason Dilaurentis (Drew Van Acker) owns a ridiculous amount of high-tech photography equipment makes him a prime suspect to be “A.” Even someone who was photographing the moon’s craters from Earth wouldn’t need such complicated equipment.
Why he might not be “A”: Okay, so we see “A” developing a photograph of Spencer and Emily entering Jason’s shed, which Jason probably couldn’t have taken, considering that his camera equipment was in the shed with them. But even if he’s not “A,” we still wouldn’t trust the guy with our kids — especially if it meant that he had to pick them up from hockey practice.