Greetings TV fans! After watching Freeform’s Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists season 1 episode 7, I learned that “you can’t will someone to be trustworthy,” but “if you’re honest, there are no wrong answers” when it comes to who you are. Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch yet. In Wednesday night’s episode, “Dead Week,” Mona realizes that she is now a major player in the game, but is she ready to play? Meanwhile, Alison comes clean with the group about Taylor and tries to get through to her. My top 5 moments from Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists season 1 episode 7 are:
“I wanted you to hear it from me first.”
In the beginning of the episode, Alison lets the group know that Taylor is really alive. She knows that this news is about to be broadcasted all over the place and she thinks it is important to share it with Ava, Caitlin, and Dylan first. She explains that Nolan knew and that he was trying to keep them safe. We know that Taylor was running away from someone who was threatening her, so is the same person now threatening Ava, Caitlin, and Dylan? We’ll have to stay tuned to find out, but the cat is finally out of the bag and Taylor is now out in the open. But can she truly be trusted?
“He only hates you because he loves you.”
Dylan continues to try and win back Andrew’s affection in this episode, but Andrew has made it clear that he needs some time after learning about Dylan’s secret past with Nolan. Andrew finally comes around at the end of the episode and the two of them have a sweet moment together, as they slow dance. It looks like the two of them are home now, but they make it clear that there will be no more secrets between them, but we know that the drama is nowhere near over. Will Andrew be able to fully support Dylan?
“I know who this is!”
So I’ve been wondering who Bad Bishop is for quite some time and our girl Mona finally figures it out after Bad Bishop says that “chess is the art of math.” Mona remembers that Mason said something similar about playing piano during their counseling session and she confronts him. Mason admits to being Bad Bishop and asks what comes next and Mona says, “Start a new game,” as their conversation is interrupted when Nolan’s identification card is used somewhere, luring Mona away. Now that we know that Mason is Bad Bishop, what does this mean for Mona? Is this a new potential romance for her or a good friend? We’ll have to wait and see, but it looks like Mason has been cleared of any involvement in Nolan’s murder, but let’s hope that he has good intentions for Mona.
“So reinvent yourself and follow through.”
I love the growing friendship between Alison and Mona on this spin-off and they have another truly significant moment together. Alison has been feeling torn over Taylor, recognizing the connection here. She has been trying to balance her life and make time for her family while also making a difference in the lives of her students, but she is feeling slightly defeated. Mona gives her a pep talk and tells her to follow through on starting over so that Alison can truly get her fresh start. I think that Mona and Alison have a great dynamic and they make a terrific tag team. Let’s just hope they can bring this new “A” down before it’s too late!
“Let’s take this bitch down.”
After Mona gets an interesting set of cupcakes featuring a creepy message asking: “Can we be pals?” she realizes that she has just become a major player in the new A’s game. Mona realizes that whoever broke into her apartment and left the cupcakes has Nolan’s ID card and she is determined to get to the bottom of this. After tracking the ID card to Dana Booker, Mona realizes that she is going to need someone on the inside as well and she tells Alison, “I refuse to be a doll.” Mona is ready to take on whoever she needs to and I think Dana Booker better watch her back. She may be clever, but there is no one like our girl, Mona. Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own thoughts and theories on Pretty Little Liars: The Perfectionists in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
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