Pretty Little Liars season 3 continues next week with episode 23, “I’m Your Puppet,” which will see the Liars in tough positions where they have to make difficult decisions, and there are now four sneak peeks out teasing more of Spencer at Radley, suspicions about Jamie, and the matter of Toby being dead or alive.
In the first clip, Spencer’s mother has come to visit her and tries to get her to change clothes and come home, but Spencer refuses to leave. Her mother tries to get her to talk about what happened with Toby, telling her, “The last time I saw someone in this state, clinging to a secret this hard, it was Alison. A few weeks later, she was dead.” Uh-oh. Hopefully that’s not foreshadowing something in the last episodes of the season.
The second “I’m Your Puppet” sneak peek shows the others trying to get through to Spencer, but she doesn’t believe them when they tell her the rangers found the body of a camper who had been missing for a while. She insists it was Toby and tells them also that she’s staying. She feels safe at Radley. The bars keep other people from getting in. While that does make sense logically, is she really safe there?
In the third Pretty Little Liars season 3 episode 23 clip, Hanna finds out that Ella needs to speak to her mother about an issue at the church and how well she knew Jamie before she recommended him. It turns out he sent a bell out to be repaired, and the one that was returned was of significantly lesser value. Uh-oh. This is a lot bigger than just taking one bill. Is Jamie responsible for the different bells, or is something else going on?
The fourth sneak peek shows Hanna and Emily in the morgue, with Emily a lot calmer than her friend as she insists on finding the right body to prove to Spencer that Toby’s not dead. But are they just going to find Toby’s body in that morgue, or could Emily be right to be so sure that he’s still alive?
What do you think of these Pretty Little Liars season 3 episode 23 sneak peeks from “I’m Your Puppet”?
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