REVIEW: ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars – Season 4 Episode 10 – The Mirror Has Three Faces – Episode Recap & Review

REVIEW: ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars – Season 4 Episode 10 – The Mirror Has Three Faces – Episode Recap & Review

By Yael

After Emily’s house was wrecked, she moves into Ali’s old room. If you haven’t seen Pretty Little Liars’ The Mirror Has Three Faces yet then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT! 
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Many homes in Rosewood are creepy (especially since A is always watching, as was the NAT club) but none are creepier than the DiLaurentis house – lucky Emily, Mama D (“call me Jessica”) offers her a place to stay… in Ali’s old room. Reluctantly, Emily moves in (and comes out) and discovers that someone was living in the basement.

Meanwhile, Ashley Marin is still under house-arrest, but when Mrs. Hastings visits (and threatens) Mona in Radley, she must recuse herself to not hurt Ashley’s case. Speaking of Radley, Spencer & Toby return to visit Dr. Palmer, hoping to learn more about Mrs. Cavanaugh and to find out if the blonde he spoke of was CeCe Drake or Alison.
In the Ezria department, Aria is spending more time with her sexy karate instructor and even ignores a call from Ezra… who is calling to let her know that he is NOT Malcolm’s biological father!!! #NotTheFather (Thanks ABC Family, couldn’t have figured out that hashtag for myself)

Later another Ali/CeCe discovery is uncovered – Mrs. DiLaurentis was not a fan of CeCe. Especially when Cece dressed as Ali and checked herself into Radley…. where Dr. Palmer treated her. 

As more clues point to Cece as “Red Coat” we can only assume that she’s just a Red Herring. And what did YOU think about Wren’s possibly A-team connection – are you surprised??? Leave your comments below and don’t miss an all new episode of Pretty Little Liars, next Tuesday at 8pm on ABC Family. 



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