Pretty Little Liars Synopsis: Season 5, Episode 18
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Pretty Little Liars Synopsis: Season 5, Episode 18

Pretty Little Liars is known for its ever rotating cast of characters, and based on the new synopsis for Season 5, Episode 18 ("Oh, What Hard Luck Stories They All Hand Me"), the February 3 episode will be all about how some new faces impact the Liars. We hope you guys are ready for a change!

We know that we'll be meeting new The Brew chef/Emily co-worker Talia on tonight's episode, Season 1, Episode 15 ("Fresh Meat"), and it sounds like she's still causing problems for Em down the line. Meanwhile, Spencer will be spending time with a new guy named Johnny, and Hanna has to figure out what's going on with Lesli, a friend of Mona's who shows up in town. Will this mysterious Mona buddy have some answers for the Liars, or is she just here to cause trouble?

Plus, we have Mike acting strange, and Holbrook making his return to town after being off on some mysterious assignment. Check out the full synopsis here!

Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer have been burned before by newcomers to Rosewood, so it’s no surprise the four ladies are wary when someone new crosses their path. Spencer lets down her guard a bit as she spends more time with Jonny, and Emily continues to try and figure out Talia as she keeps getting mixed signals from her co-workers. When Mona’s friend Lesli shows up in town, Hanna is tasked to get her back story and find out if Lesli is really who she says she is. Are the girls wise to keep an eye on everyone, or can they allow a bit of comfort room without worrying it is an “A” trap?

Meanwhile, Aria becomes concerned about Mike’s recent behavior and Holbrook returns to town.

What do you think will go down in Episode 18? Share your theories in the comments below!

Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 5 tonight, Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC Family.

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+!