Pretty Little Liars Spoilers Roundup: What to Expect on Season 5, Episode 9 — “March of Crimes”
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Pretty Little Liars Spoilers Roundup: What to Expect on Season 5, Episode 9 — “March of Crimes”

Hanna (Ashley Benson) is spiraling, and fast, but it sounds like her friends might finally say enough is enough on Season 5, Episode 9 (“March of Crimes”). Let's just hope they can be supportive instead of accusatory.

What else can you expect from Tuesday's episode? We've gathered all of the biggest spoilers, sneak peeks, and hints right here to help you prepare.

Hanna's boozy path. The official synopsis says that "Hanna continues down her boozy path, with the help of Caleb" — we can see that in these sneak peek photos and this clip from the episode — "and her friends can no longer stand by and watch Hanna self-destruct." We're glad the Liars will finally be stepping in.

Hanna lashes out against Ali. Speaking of Hanna, in this clip she gives Alison (Sasha Pieterse) a piece of her mind, making it clear that she's not OK with the Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty) break in Ali pulled last week.

Plus, Jenna! That clip also shows the beginning of a confrontation between Alison and Jenna Marshall (Tammin Sursok), which we're super excited to see more of.

Aria starts to question Zack. Aria (Lucy Hale) may have treated Hanna terribly last week, but at least this week she comes to her senses and "starts to take note of Zack and wonders if Hanna while drunk was telling her the truth." Um, yes, Aria. Yes she was.

Tanner keeps pushing. Speaking of Aria, in this sneak peek she has to face Tanner's integration — including some uncomfortable questions about Ezra (Ian Harding).

Emily looks into Noel. Meanwhile, "Emily tries to find information linking Alison to Noel," which suggests she's no longer fully Team Ali; otherwise, why not just ask Ali herself why Noel is willing to do her bidding?

Spencer's discovery. Finally, "Spencer makes a surprising discovery at the eye doctor." Based on the promo, it seems like a rather creepy message from "A."

Catch this episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 4 on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.