Texts from A: Pretty Little Liars Season 3, Episode 16

Hanna Marin at Corin's store - "Misery Loves Company"A from Pretty Little Liars is one super vicious texter. From death threats to creepy announcements, A is all about the shock value. And in Pretty Little Liars Season 3, Episode 16 — “Misery Loves Company” — Rosewood’s craziest smartphone owner took note writing to a whole new level when he/she targeted Hanna Marin and her homecoming-queen-worthy attributes.

After luring poor Hannakins to a fake interview downtown at Corin’s store with Philly’s most amazing fashion designer, A leaps out of nowhere and attacks the much-too-trusting girl. (Apparently, the shop relocated months ago but leave it to A to successfully ensnare a Liar with the promise of trendy, new clothes.) The mysterious assailant shuts the light off and then chases her around the shop, ultimately shoving her into a series of mannequins. Thankfully, Hanna doesn’t become a fashion victim because “A” sprints away right after — but not before leaving behind a “friendly” warning: “Next time you’ll be left faceless.” (Emily’s suggestion? Throw acid on him/her. Awesome advice, girl…)

"Next time you'll be left faceless."

"Next time you'll be left faceless."

Damn! One word to describe A: hood-rat! Only a total gangster would threaten to cut a bitch for getting in his/her way, and even Hanna knows to take an A command seriously when the target in question is her FACE.

Were you as creeped out by A’s text from PLL episode 3.16 as we were? Or is A all talk, no game? Post your thoughts in the comments!

COMMENTS

  1. Grace Said:

    OMG!!! A is such a creep!!! who is it?

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