I realize we never properly eulogized Mona after the summer finale, so consider this post to be our eulogy. RIP Mona, you were too good and crazy for this world and you will be missed, even if you’re gonna be the new flashback girl so technically a part of the show. She died as she lived, in the most batshit manner possible. 

*cues Sarah McLachlan’s “I Will Remember You”*

Sorry, Rosewood’s “finest.”

Hanna in that first cap was me during this entire scene, and, honestly, pretty much all the time with this show.

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So, did Toby graduate from Cop School in, like, two weeks? The way time moves on this show is confounding enough as is, but I swear he enrolled in cop school like 5 episodes ago. Although, I guess if it’s only a two week course to become a Rosewood cop, that explains a LOT.

If you watched the episode you would’ve realized that it’s fast forward to like 2 days before thanksgiving. So no, he wasn’t in it for like 3 weeks…

Wait, serious question: do you actually think we run a blog about Pretty Little Liars, with a ton of annotations surrounding exact plotlines and sometimes with direct quotes (Like, “put your hands behind your head” is ACTUALLY WHAT TOBY SAYS IN THIS SCENE), and we DON’T watch the show? …………. How do you think we create these annotations? Do you think we’re psychics? Or omniscient cyberbully ghostninjas? I am just… very confused.

Also confused? Rosewood’s concept of time. To quote another reblog of this post: “Definitely less than that, seeing as it hasn’t even been a month (!!!) since the Halloween train two seasons ago. The timeline on this show is so out of control.”

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I need to go back to making annotations of other shows I don’t watch. 

So, did Toby graduate from Cop School in, like, two weeks? The way time moves on this show is confounding enough as is, but I swear he enrolled in cop school like 5 episodes ago. Although, I guess if it’s only a two week course to become a Rosewood cop, that explains a LOT.

"I, uh, gotta scram, dollface. I’m totally not going to do the twenty three skidoo with anyone else, if that’s what you’re thinking."

Can Detective Tanner arrest Byron Montgomery for being a dick? JK, being a dick can’t be a crime in Rosewood or else EVERYONE would be arrested. 

"Like, the amount of times we’ve ended up back at square one, with having answers to certain questions that don’t ACTUALLY help solve any of the larger mysteries in our lives, giving the impression we’re making forward progress while actually only making everything murkier, it’s really like we’re in an incredibly entertaining but often times frustrating TV experience."

Anonymous asked: I always thought Ravenswood got a bum rap. Nice to see I wasn't the only one who found it entertaining. I didn't think it was that bad, so why do you think it never got acceptance? Because it was a supernatural spin-off of a non-supernatural show?

Well the first offense was that it separated the only truly healthy relationship in Rosewood: Caleb and Hanna.

And then it expected folks to root for the pairing of Caleb and an dead orphan girl who had the same haircut as him. And then it had magic (which I was all for, because why the hell not?), which has never really existed in Rosewood, unless you count that Halloween episode where Ashley got so wine drunk she talked to a ghost girl. (I’m assuming this week’s Ouija was the farewell to Ravenswood magic, so I’ll let it slide.)

If anyone was considering watching the show but never got the chance to, I don’t see the harm in giving it a try. It was fun. Also, the ending of the pilot is still hella ballsy.