Pretty Little Liars Season 5, Episode 7 Title Revealed — “The Silence of E. Lamb”
How excited are we about the episode title for Season 5, Episode 7 of Pretty Little Liars? Pretty darn excited, given that it makes mention to our favorite Radley nurse Eddie Lamb (Reggie Austin). What is the installment called and what might it mean for the supporting character? Read on to find out!
Nia Peeples (Pam Fields) just shared a photo of the script for Season 5, Episode 7 — complete with episode title! The ep is called “The Silence of E. Lamb,” and it has us seriously excited to see the installment. For those who don’t remember Radley nurse Eddie as the person whose I.D. Toby used to sneak into Radley to visit Mona, then you may remember him as the handsome nurse with whom Spencer spent some quality time following her committal to Radley in Season 3. He made us smile with his kindness — though we never completely trusted him — and we’re eager to see how he might play into future episodes.
We’re not going to lie. We’re kind of concerned about what the title might mean for Eddie. There’s only one sure fire way to get someone to stay quiet on this show, and that is with their death. Does “The Silence of E. Lamb” refer to Eddie’s passing? And, if so, what secret was he killed for? We know that Radley is covering up something big and that it may or may not have something to do with Toby’s mother. Is Eddie in on it, too?
Of course, we’re pulling for Eddie’s not-death, if only so we can see him again on Pretty Little Liars. We know the Liars will be visiting Radley to hang out with new character “Big Rhonda.” Is Eddie part of this mission? And, if Toby has some kind of connection to E. Lamb, then why doesn’t he go with them? (Sadly, Toby will not appear in Season 5, Episode 7.) What are you up to, Eddie Lamb?
Do you hope to see Eddie back on PLL? How do you think he’s connected to the “A” game? Sound off in the comments below!
Catch the Pretty Little Liars Season 5 premiere on Tuesday, June 10 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.
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