Aria is a woman scorned, and we got to see exactly what that means on Pretty Little Liars Season 4, Episode 21 (“She's Come Undone”). We weren't thrilled with the reveal last week — did this episode make up for the disappointment?
Read on for Wetpaint Entertainment's review of the episode, and then sound off with your thoughts in the comments below!
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This episode didn't thrill us, but it definitely had some good moments.
For us, the weakest part of this episode was the stuff with Hanna. We don't really care about Travis (sorry Travis), and her kiss with Holbrook was just awkward. Please keep them friends, show! We aren't sure what the point of any of this was, really.
Aria's plotline seemed to drag a little bit, too, though Lucy Hale did a really good job conveying Aria's heartbreak. We're thinking closer examination of the info Ezra had will reveal more clues, which will be good. Still, we thought there were one or two scenes too many on this plot.
Emily and Paige's story, on the other hand, we really liked. It was difficult and painful, but we like that Ali ended up coming between them not because of a love triangle, but because they have different outlooks on if she can be trusted. Seeing Paige and Em fight was difficult, but we could understand where they were both coming from, which made it interesting.
Our favorite part of the episode, though, was Spencer, because Troian Bellisario really sold her distress and confusion. We can't wait to find out more about this story!