While we adore Nia, we have some doubts about the claim that everything is wrapped up by the end of the season, since in Rosewood, there are always more questions to ask. That said, she seems confident that "the last episode of the season answers a lot of those questions," so we have a feeling that some real revelations are headed our way.
Of course, that's got us thinking about what plotlines the show could potentially be wrapping up this year. Here are our picks for the four most important storylines still left open. While we're not sure we'll get all the answers we're waiting for, hopefully Nia's words mean that at least one, if not more, of these questions will be laid to rest for good.
1. Who is Uber "A", and what do they want? While Ezra is suspect numero uno, he is not confirmed as Big "A" yet. A clear answer as to who that is, what they're after, when they started working, who else is on their team, etc. would be the biggest reveal possible at this point.
2. Who tried to kill Ali? What happened to her the night she disappeared? The question of what happened to Ali the night she disappeared is, at least in our minds, the second biggest mystery on the show, but now that Ali herself is back in the mix, we wouldn't be shocked if we got solid answers. After all, unless she was drugged or there's some other reason she forgot, Ali herself should be able to answer most of the questions about that night.
3. What's the deal with Ezra? This may or may not fall under the category of "Who is big 'A'," but we're hoping to get some real answers about Ezra one way or the other before the season is out.
4. What about the "B" Team? So, what's up with the Jenna/Shana/Melissa (and maybe Wren and/or Mona) team up? How do they factor in to everything? This is a big, big question mark right now, and we'd love some clarity on the issue ASAP.
Of course, there are lots of smaller questions still lingering — hello, who the heck pushed Ian off the bell tower?! — but to us, these are the biggest categories of questions. Do you agree?
What questions do you most want to see answered? Let us know in the comments below!
Rebecca Martin is an Associate Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident Game of Thrones, Pretty Little Liars, and genre TV expert. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!