destruction of Emily's house has a lot of repercussions, as we see the
Fields living out of a motel without a well-paying job between them.
Emily's being kind of smart, though a little naive, by planning several
ways in which she can get out of Dodge first to college next year and
then on a summer volunteer programme with Bruce Willis' daughter. Where
do Paige and Stanford factor into this? And does she really expect this
new A a girl who thinks nothing of pinning a murder on your friend's
mother and crashing a car into the front of your house will let her
board a bus out of town?
Aria's storyline, though at first
appearing to be about the safety of her little brother, again boils down
to her love life. Ezra, for once, doesn't enter the picture, but it
turns out that Mike has been taking martial arts lessons from ex-beau
Jake. They make a date to see Insidious 2, so I guess we'll be hearing
far too much about this relationship for the foreseeable future. It
seems like a lose-lose for the show, even, since the people who want her
with Ezra really want her with Ezra and the people that don't, by and
large, want to see her contributing to the non-teen drama parts of the
Next week's episode looks pretty dramatic, with a possible
death and the return of Jenna. The promo makes it look as though
Spencer's the one face-down in the lake, but maybe it's Shana? Let's
face it, it could be anyone.
Read Caroline's review of the previous episode, Crash And Burn Girl!, here.