We hope so, because we've seen the episode, and it is awesome. While we can't spill more than what we teased there, we can help you bide the time until Tuesday with all the biggest spoilers about the episode, which we've gathered together right here.
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Spencer's pills take a film noir toll. As the official synopsis explains, "Spencer’s numerous sleepless nights with the help of prescription pills start to take a toll on her as her hunt for Ali and much needed answers continues. As she pours over newly acquired information, her worldview takes a black and white turn. Now teleported into the world of 1940’s Film Noir, Spencer tries to come up with the answers she and her friends have been desperately looking for. But in this world of fedora hats, switchboards and 15 cent coffee, can Spencer finally put all of the pieces together that lay in front of her?"
As you can see in the promo photos of the episode, the cast and crew totally embraced the film noir theme. The episode is primarily in black and white, and everyone is dressed in fantastic '40s fashion. As the promo shows even the dialogue and the actors' delivery channels classic cinema.
Emotional honesty. Don't worry, this episode is not just a gimmick. As writer Joseph Dougherty promises, "it's a very grounded way to look at the characters. We took the process very seriously, and there is as much moment to moment emotional honesty in #419 as there is in any episode of #PLL."
There is some stuff in the real world. Before Spencer takes a trip to the world of noir, we do get some scenes in the real world of Rosewood. In this sneak peek we see Aria and Ezra discussing whether or not villains can win, and in this one we see Spencer, Emily, and Hanna snooping around school, where they spy Mona taking files from Ezra's classroom.
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Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 4 on Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.
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