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Pretty Little Liars isn’t afraid to go dark — really dark. The show started off with a murder, and the writers haven’t shied away from raining more death and destruction on Rosewood every season.
Recently TV Guide caught up with Ashley Benson (Hanna), and the star spilled about the thrilling Season 3 summer finale (Season 3, Episode 12: “The Lady Killer”). Are we in for another tragic demise?
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“Oh. My. God. Those are the only words I have for this episode,” Ashley gushed, before adding “people get hurt…there might even be a death. It’s the most intense episode we’ve shot so far.”
Given that past finals have involved hit and runs, murders, and Mona (Janel Parrish) completely snapping, it’s hard to imagine how this finale could be even more intense without a death.
TV Guide also teases that Paige (Lindsey Shaw) will be in trouble with the cops, and Marlene King reiterates that we will find out the identity of Maya’s (Bianca Lawson) killer, reassuring fans that the episode will provide some “justice” for her untimely death. Maybe we’ll find out her killer, and then they’ll die, providing some closure? That’s a possibility.
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What is your general view on sexuality?
I think it’s the same now as it was before I’d played the character. I’ve always felt like you should love who you love—sexuality doesn’t matter. It would be so awesome if I didn’t get questions like, “How did you feel?” It would be so cool in the future if it weren’t even an issue to anybody anymore. People would see two girls kissing on TV and it wouldn’t be like, “On this show, two lesbians! Dun-dun-dun!” It wouldn’t ever even get brought up.
Typically lesbian roles are overly sexualized in movies and TV. How do you think PLL handles it differently?
The show doesn’t shy away from my character’s sexuality at all, but it’s done in a tasteful way. There are no fans in the room blowing our hair as we’re making out. But even when I was telling my guy friends about the character I was playing, they were like, “Oh my God! Do you know who the girls [you'll be hooking up with] are?” And I said, “It’s not gonna be like that!” [Laughs.]
Did you do any special prep to play a lesbian?
Honestly, I didn’t do anything. I know people who’ve played gay characters and they’d hang out at a gay bar or ask questions. I know what it’s like to love somebody, and my character loved a girl, so that’s how I played it.
Emily hooks up more than anyone else on the show. Have you learned any game from her?
[Laughs.] She definitely has good game. She has a revolving door of girls! You’d think I’d pay more attention to Emily in that department, but no, I haven’t thought about bringing any of her swag into my own life.
Did you sneak out a lot when you were a teenager, like the girls on PLL do?
[Laughs.] I was the queen of sneaking out. My parents gave me the basement suite, so I had an easy time getting out from that window. One time, I had friends staying over and we went downtown and got into a club with fake I.D.s. We were there for 45 minutes and I was dancing with a guy when I felt a tap on my shoulder. I turned around and it was my dad. He was like, “Can I have this dance?” We all walked out of the club like little ducklings.
Did he ground you?
No. It was funny to him. He couldn’t believe that he actually found us. He got a huge kick out of it when the bouncer said, “You have to go to the back of the line.” My dad was like, “Oh really? Because I think my underage daughter and her friends are in this club, so I think you want to move me to the front of the line.” [Laughs.]
You once said your dream role would be in an action movie, doing stunts in heels.
I love all the Bond movies. I love the cute girl who can kick ass. As much as I’m a girly-girl and I like to dress up, I’m also adventurous. I’ve gone skydiving and I really want to learn how to surf and rock climb this year.
What is your action sequence fantasy?
I’m terrified of heights, but I get a sick thrill out of being on an edge, so maybe scaling the side of a building. Then there’d be an explosion and I’d fly off into shark-infested water. You got me daydreaming! [Laughs.]
All Bond girls have great names. What would yours be?
Shay Buttah. [Laughs.]
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Ever since we started to suspect thatMelissa Hastings(Torrey DeVitto)might be the Black Swan on Pretty Little Liars, it occurred to us that Jenna(Tammin Sursok) might be working with Melissa. After all, Jenna and Lucas(Brendan Robinson) were the only ones seen speaking to the Black Swan at the masquerade ball in the Season 2 finale. So what else could these two be up to? And what other signs have there been that Jenna and Melissa are a team?
They both hated Alison. Jenna started to dislike Alison (Sasha Pieterse) pretty much from the get-go, after Ali tried to pull a power play on her during a Halloween Party (Season 2, Episode 13: ”The First Secret”). Jenna was finally pushed towards hatred after Ali’s “prank” blinded her. And Melissa’s reasons for hating Ali were more passionate. Her fiance Ian (Ryan Merriman) was secretly hanging out with Ali, and Ali would constantly flirt with Ian in front of Melissa.
Connections to the NAT club. Both girls were seen on that spellbinding tape Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) found on “A”’s computer (Season 2, Episode 21: “Breaking the Code”). Jenna was dating Garrett(Yani Gellman) at the time, which would explain why she was there, and Melissa was still with Ian. If that whole group made a habit of hanging out, and conspiring to hide whatever films they were making, then Melissa and Jenna could definitely be on the same side.
Garrett Reynolds. Jenna’s relationship with Garrett was always creepy, especially after we saw them giddy over hiding Page 5 from Ali’s autopsy report in Season 2, Episode 12: “Over My Dead Body”. We learned inSeason 2, Episode 24: “If These Dolls Could Talk” that, ever since Jenna broke up with Garrett, he’d been dating Melissa, and even going with her on her OB/GYN appointments. One theory could be that Melissa and Jenna were both in on the decision to hide him away in jail. Maybe eliminating him brings them one step closer to hiding their guilt.
In general, we would buy a theory that said Melissa and Jenna are both directly related to Ali’s murder. They were together that night, looking for Alison, and trying to destroy evidence. Getting rid of Garrett also gets rid of one more potential witness to their crime.
Do you think these two have been working together for a while now? Or are all of these things coincidences?
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Little Liars, beware! Spoilers ahead!
In one of the most buzzed about finales this season, the villain of Pretty Little Liars – “A” – was revealed. Turns out, “A” was Hanna’s friend, Mona, all along. I got a chance to chat with Mona herself, Janel Parrish, in a conference call. Now that she’s been made a series regular, we know the finale wasn’t the end of Mona or “A,” and she gave us the scoop on her role as “A” and the upcoming third season, which starts in June.
Having read the books, Janel had a thought that perhaps she was “A,” but she only found out for certain the week before the finale started filming. Though, in the episodes prior to the finale, she caught a few hints. “I started to suspect that it was me once [Mona] started getting texts from ‘A,’” she said. “I was trying not to get my hopes up too high.” But after filming the finale, she had a big secret to keep until it aired. “It was so hard! I had such an amazing time filming the finale, and I just wanted to be able to tell everybody about it.”
And while a few of our biggest questions were answered in the finale, several others were let wide open. Janel couldn’t tell us much, but she did give us a few hints. The premiere of season three, she said, will take place six months after Maya’s body was found, and Mona is still in the Radley Sanitarium. As for whether or not Mona had anything to do with Maya’s death, Janel wasn’t sure, but she did say, “Nothing is unconnected in Rosewood. It’s a creepy little town.”
“Season three’s going to get start to get crazy,” Janel said. “I think there’s a lot more going on that hasn’t been told yet.” And while Janel admitted to knowing very little about the upcoming season, she did have a guess about Mona and Hanna’s relationship from here on out. “It’s safe to say their friendship is ruined.”
After the finale, we know that Mona is “A,” but there are definitely others involved. That makes sense because, as Janel pointed out, there are a few things Mona couldn’t have done. For example, that creepy massage Emily got in an earlier episode in season two definitely wasn’t Mona – she was with Hanna riding horses at the time. Though she has faith these questions will be answered. “The writers do everything for a reason. […] Nothing is an accident.”
But we’ll have to wait a few months to get all the details. Pretty Little Liars has its third season premiere on June 5th, and after talking with Janel, I have a feeling the new season is going to be pretty exciting. And Mona definitely isn’t going away any time soon.
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