This episode felt like we went back to high school. A.D. is certainly having fun with his/her dolls.
This week, it’s revealed Aida really made the Framework so she could be a real girl. Meanwhile, a dead HYDRA agent is back, but Ward and his crew have a signal they’ll make sure won’t be stopped.
Nygma spent the entire episode trying to prove to himself that he doesn’t need Oswald to be the Riddler. He may have discovered who is but he still doesn’t really know what that means.
The beginning of the end is here and A.D. has a big finale planned. There’s a reason why there’s a “PLL End Game” hashtag and that’s because A.D. has an endgame. After everything all the As have put the liars through, I can’t even imagine how it’s all going to end.
This week, it’s revealed why Fitz is evil in the Framework, Jemma learns reality is relative, a face from the past returns, and May gets a super-serum to battle Mace. It ends with the loss of an agent, and a surprising decision by another.
The next episode looks at “Cry Wilderness” about a boy who teams up with Bigfoot to help his dad. However, there’s sudden appearances by a tiger, a big game hunter and wise old Indian with his special necklace. It also features the return of two familiar faces.