Synopsis: Aria (Lucy Hale), seeking to confront Ezra (Ian Harding) about his lies, discovers even more unsettling information about him while Spencer (Troian Bellisario) tries to convince everyone she can overcome her drug addiction on her own.
Review: First, I want to start out by mentioning the title is wrong. It should actually be “They’ve Come Undone” because all of the PLLs, with the exception of Emily (Shay Mitchell), are going off the deep end. Aria is taking her breakup hard. Spencer is coping both with the drugs and the fact she apparently had a drug-induced argument with Ali before she disappeared (something I correctly predicted, by the way). And, judging by that surprise kiss, even Hanna (Ashley Benson) seems to be still having issues relating to Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) moving away.
In fact, it’s a bit ironic that Emily seems to be the strong one of the group now, considering her state of mind not that long ago. I almost applauded when she stood up to Paige (Lindsey Shaw) because that wasn’t something she was doing before. Not to mention, I’m still a bit suspicious of Paige. She might have been telling the truth about why she followed Emily. Or, she might have other motives for trying to prevent her from sending the money.
The one thing that really stood out for me though when it came to this episode was how it is setting up both Spencer and Aria as potential suspects in Ali’s disappearance. Spencer’s drug abuse history has already been well-established and her argument with Ali (Sasha Pieterse) was confirmed. However, the violent way Aria destroyed Ezra’s apartment is worth paying attention to because, in my book, it would make her even more of a suspect.
I’m not saying she (or Spencer for that matter) will turn out to be “A.” However, I’m not convinced Spencer is the person Ezra is suspicious of. The fact he targeted and befriended Aria first makes me think she is the person he originally suspected as Ali’s killer. And, if that’s the case, this bad break up could get even more interesting.
Final Opinion: I’m actually interested to see what happens in the next couple of episodes because, at least from appearances, it looks like the show is going to start shifting the suspicion onto the PLLs themselves again. If that’s the case, that could create some potentially interesting storylines and, if nothing else, the show caught my attention a bit.