You'd think that with the liars being missing for almost a month that they would be able to get along with their parents, but it looks like absence most certainly does not make the heart grow fonder in Rosewood.
Ali's dad finally tries to take her into the house and Alison really looks like she's had enough of the media attention. Is this the time she'll finally grow up? Has Alison DiLaurentis finally been scared straight?
From this angle, it really starts to look crazy and you have to wonder if any teenage girl could wish for this kind of attention. Not all publicity is good publicity when you just want to be alone and your oldest friends are missing.
It looks like those pleas for freedom didn't work and the liars aren't getting back into the dollhouse, so they are spending the night in the yard with their pretty, mucky dresses and each other. I'm sure their conversation will be riveting.
I think we can agree that when you're locked outside in the freezing cold not knowing what peril you'll face next, you may have the occasional mood swing. Or maybe they are just sick of Mona talking BS.
Alison must have been cleared of Mona's death. We know she loves attention, but this might be a little bit too much, even for her. Will she start spilling some more secrets and make them public knowledge, or will she write a tell all?