Pretty Little Liars: What Was Written in Ali’s Diary in the Winter Premiere? (PHOTO)
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Pretty Little Liars: What Was Written in Ali’s Diary in the Winter Premiere? (PHOTO)

In the Pretty Little Liars Season 4 winter premiere (Season 4, Episode 14: “Who’s in the Box?”), Hanna revealed that she's been holding on to Ali’s diary ever since the girls stumbled on "A"'s lair, and was hesitant to share it with the other Liars "because of what she said about us. All of us."

So, what did Ali say in her secret journal? Based on the official synopsis for next week's episode (Season 4 Episode 15, “Love ShAck Baby”), we'll definitely learn more when we tune in on Tuesday: "With the diary full of stories that have been coded to cover the truth, each girl must take a turn to figure out which stories are about them."

But until then, we do have a little bit of info about the insides of the diary — namely, the few pages that flashed on screen during the episode. Well, mostly the page Spencer seattles on at the very end, which is the only one where we can make out a good amount of what is written. What does it reveal? We've taken a screenshot and analyzed it closely to see what it reveals.

As you can see in the screenshot above, we can't fully make out the first page, but we can pick out a lot of the sentences. As far as we can see (with a bit of guessing in a few places where the words aren't clear), it says:

Dear Diary,

Secrets make the world go round. Everyone has something to hide. From [?] students to creepy janitors [?] high school students.

If secrets had a pentagon, Rosewood High would be it. [I] would be the acting director because I know it all.

P.S. Diary, I think it's [wrong? Or maybe funny?] to refer to a [?] [friend? Found?] group of [?] as if it is a person. [?] more of that [secrets?] nonsense.

Can you fill in any of the blanks? Do you read any of it differently? Let us know in the comments below!

Catch the next episode of Pretty Little Liars Season 4 on Tuesday, January 14, 2013 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+!