Category: The Lying Game

Ted tells Ems, who he thinks is Sutton, the truth about her parentage. He tells her Derek was blackmailing him and that Alec arranged everything. When Derek was killed, he was relieved because then the blackmailing would stop. Then he realized Derek was Sutton’s age, and started feeling guilty, so he’s been leaving the flowers. Theresa caught him, and he answered all her questions, but then she left. He promises to tell Dan everything in the morning.

Ems sneaks back into her room to find Mads (asleep) and Laurel (awake) waiting for her. Laurel’s delighted to hear that Ted confirmed they really are sisters. Her squeal wakes Mads up, and then Thayer appears. Ems goes out to meet him. He asks if she’s going to tell him what happened.

Cut to the next morning. Mads returns home. Alec asks her to call, not text, next time. They discuss how Jordan might know about the twins. He thinks Rebecannie told him.

Ethan goes to Emma. She tells him everything Ted told her. He’s really not happy that Ted was probably the last person to see Theresa alive and says he’s going to Dan. Ems says Ted said he was going to talk to Dan first thing. We cut to the police station, where Ted’s asking Dan if he needs a lawyer. Dan’s playing bad cop. Except I don’t think he’s playing, or that Dan believes him. He gets violent, and Alec comes in. Alec’s always having to remind Dan that he’s still the D.A. Alec tells Dan his suspicions about Rebeccannie. He tells Dan to give Ted a ride home and maybe Ted won’t press charges. He leaves. Dan pats Ted on the cheek and tells him to find his own way home. Commercial.

Rybecks. Jordan spies on Rebeccannie as she places something in a box, then locks the box in a file cabinet.

Ems and Laurel tell Sutton about Ted’s confession. Sutton tells them Alec split the twins and they should concentrate on finding Theresa. When Ems agrees, Laurel wants them to hug and make up. Ems says that one of them should talk to Rebecca. She says she knows which one that should be – Sutton.

Rebeccannie encounters Kristen at the club. Kristen’s walking with some friends to yoga class when Rebeccannie asks to talk to her. Kristen says she’s late and asks if it can wait. Rebeccannie says no, but Kristen keeps going, so Rebeccannie yells after her, “Are you having an affair with my husband?” Alec’s just pulled up in a golf cart. Kristen wheels around, affronted that Rebeccannie would be the one to accuse her of adultery. Alec steps in in time to deflect Rebeccannie’s question about the kiss. He tells her it meant nothing. Kristen looks sharply at him, then agrees. She walks off. Rebeccannie asks Alec how the hunt for Theresa’s going. He evades the question. When her phone starts ringing, he snarks, “Say hello to Ted for me.” and walks off. She looks at the ID. It’s Ted.

Police station. Ethan arrives at Dan’s office just after a cop leaves him the evidence box for the Derek Rogers case. Dan tells him Alec suspects Rebeccannie. Ethan asks about Ted. Dan wants to know how Ethan found out Ted was there, and when he figures it out, he’s pissed that Ethan chose Sutton over his own brother. He kicks him out, of his office and the trailer.

Mercers. Ems and Thayer are talking. Ethan comes over to tell her Dan kicked him out. Kristen comes in in time to hear this, and invites him to crash on the couch, provided it’s okay with “Sutton”. Ems and Thayer exchange a glance.

Sutton asks Rebeccannie if she killed Derek. Rebeccannie doesn’t answer. She leaves.

Thayer’s not happy with the situation, but Emma persuades him it’ll be just for a couple of days. He leaves, but not before warning Ethan off Emma.

Rebecannie goes to see Ted, but he doesn’t answer his door.

Ems can’t sleep. She goes into the kitchen to make some tea, which wakes Ethan. They talk. He slowly moves closer to her. She doesn’t pull away, but as he goes in for the kiss, he bumps the teacup and it spills all over her. He grabs a towel and wipes her off, but she flees. Sutton saw the whole thing through the window. She meets Emma in their room to report on Rebeccannie. Then she asks about Ethan. Ems insists she’s with Thayer. Just then, Ethan bursts in to say something. When Sutton says they’re all ears, he leaves. Commercial.

The next morning, Kristen answers the door to Thayer, who’s not happy to learn that “Sutton” has already left with Laurel and Ethan. Kristen tells him he’s too young to be so serious with her. She asks what happened, he was doing well in California, going to start his own business. What happened there to make him come back? He tells her all his life he’s seen people give up on each other. He names her and Dr. Mercer as two. He says he’s not to going to give up on Sutton.

Cabin. The twins, Laurel, and Ethan are trying to figure out their next move regarding Rebeccannie. Mads walks in with Jordan. He greets first Emma, then Sutton. Laurel: “So you know about the twins?” Mads: “Oh, you would be surprised at how much he knows.” Jordan tells them about the box he saw Rebeccannie with, and what it is. He offers to check it out for them. Sutton says she has a plan, too. “Desperate times call for desperate measures.”

Alec goes to the club to talk to Thayer. He tells Thayer that Rebeccannie’s the one that needs to go down and asks for his help.

Ted pulls up to where a car is waiting. Sutton gets out and asks him to tell her he’s her father again. He does, and she launches herself into his arms. He says if that’s the only reason she wanted to meet him, he was glad to do it. She says there’s one more thing. Ems gets out of the passenger side. “Hi, Dad. My name’s Emma.” They fill him in on Rebeccannie. He’s on board. He hugs them both. Then he goes to talk to Alec. He slugs him again for separating the girls and tells Alec to stay away from his family.

Rybecks. Jordan goes to get the box and discovers that the filing cabinet has been broken into. The box is empty. Suddenly, a figure in black dashes out the door. Jordan gives chase. Mads is coming in, looking in her purse. The person knocks her over and flees. The noises made by the person make me think it’s female. Jordan helps Mads up.

Sutton comes back to the cabin to find Laurel working on a jigsaw puzzle. She wants to know if Sutton ever really cared about her family, since she tried to destroy it. Sutton apologizes for the way she’s treated Laurel for the past few years. Suddenly, her phone rings. It’s Theresa. Sutton answers, but hears only heavy breathing. Commercial.

Laurel, Sutton, and Ethan are at the police station, trying to get the cops to get Theresa’s cell tracked. Dan comes in. They find the location and take off.

In his room, Ted tells Rebeccannie he knows Sutton’s theirs. She’s not happy that Sutton told him, and asks what else she told him. Ted asks her what else could there be?

Alec goes to see Kristen. He tells her he’s going to see Rebeccannie put away and they can be together. She asks him how he knows that’s what she wants. He says he kissed her.

Club. Rebecca is telling Ted about Emma. Ted: “You’d do anything to protect me, wouldn’t you?” Rebeccannie: “Anything.” Ted: “That’s why you killed Derek. And Theresa.” Sirens sound outside. He looks out the window.

In his room, Thayer’s asking Emma where he stands. She says she doesn’t know how to answer that. He says the only way to answer it is with the truth. The sirens arrive. They go outside. Emma sees Sutton and waves her over. Sutton tells Ems what’s going on as Thayer joins Ethan and Dan. The cops spread out. They found the phone in a planter, but where’s Theresa? Emma says one of them should be there for Ethan. Sutton says she knows which one of them it should be. Emma asks if she’s sure. Sutton turns her around and starts to unzip her dress.

Ted is heading for the gathering. Rebeccannie runs after him, trying to explain. He blows her off and joins the guys as Emma runs up, tucking in her shirt. A cop calls for Dan. Everyone runs to the club pool. The lights come on. Theresa’s floating face down in the middle.



The rich kids’ version of a Sadie Hawkins dance is called a Flipside Formal.

Emma tries to enlist Laurel while Thayer ignores Ethan. Thayer’d like Emma to rope Ethan in, but he won’t cave.

Rebeccannie tells Sutton she doesn’t think she can trust her.

Looks like the big secret Alec told Theresa was about the twins. She can’t tell Dan because so far, everyone who’s learned about the secret has wound up dead. She doesn’t tell him that, just that it’ll put him in danger. Doesn’t lawyer-client privilege hold after they’re no longer your client? Or is it because he was exonerated so can’t be tried for it again so it doesn’t matter? Either way, she’s keeping her mouth shut.

Kristen’s hired an accountant to go through her and Ted’s finances in case she decides to go ahead with the divorce. Laurel comes in and Kristen confides that Ted’s been making regular, small cash withdrawals which total up to $20,000. Laurel goes to Ethan for advice.

It sounds like Theresa may finally be ready to confide in Dan, but just then, Derek Roger’s mother comes up with a bag of his she found buried under a rose-bush. It contains $20,000.

Laurel tells Emma about the 20K. Thanks to Ethan, she’s finally in. And so is Ethan, it turns out. They tell him he’ll be taking Emma to the formal. As he’s getting dressed at the trailer, he overhears Dan and Theresa discussing the 20K Derek stowed.

Emma texts Mads, who’s moping over Jordan. She claims that Ethan’s taking Sutton to the formal and she and Thayer are hiding out. Alec persuades her to go to the dance anyway.

Ethan picks Sutton up, and puts her into the limo. He closes the door and it immediately speeds off with Thayer behind the wheel. At the dance, Ethan tells Emma what he overheard about the money (except the amount). The talk. The chemistry is palpable, but she says she’s really with Thayer. He says he really knows.

Thayer finally pulls the limo over so Sutton can get out and get some fresh air. She tends to get carsick when she rides in the back seat. Me, too. She’s pretty much figured out the plan, and knees him in the groin and steals the limo.

Alec goes to see Kristen. He brought wine.

At the dance, Jordan attempts to explain himself to Mads (he had to ask Laurel under Rebeccannie’s orders). Laurel does a better job when she lets Mads in on the current switch, thereby revealing she knows about the twins. Sutton texts Rebeccannie to warn her of the switch and asks her to meet up. When Rebeccannie leaves, Emma spies her chance and heads after her. They’re hoping Rebeccannie will think she’s Sutton and spill something. Luckily, she’s forestalled by Mads, who’s upset at being left out of the loop. After Mads runs off in a huff, Ethan comes up and urges Emma to go after Rebeccannie. She paid Derek 20K and then killed him. For Emma, the penny drops.

When Sutton meets with Rebeccannie, she suggests bringing Emma in to the plan. Her mother points out that even Ethan has turned against her now, and leaves to hook up with Ted. Sutton goes to bitch at Thayer and Ethan, who are looking for her. When she starts in on her line about Emma “stealing” her life, Ethan finally lets her have it. Sutton says they’re done, in fact, she’s done with all of them, and storms off. Thayer goes to find Emma, refusing Ethan’s company.

Mercer house. Alec and Kristen reminisce. Alec comes within millimeters of kissing her, then abruptly leaves.

Country club. Rebeccannie and Ted stroll on the grounds. She reveals that she wanted to ask him to dance at the Sadie Hawkins dance where he, Alec, and Kristen were seniors (Kristen asked him and made him very happy), and she was a sophomore, but didn’t have the guts. She asks now. He says it’s the Flipside; he can’t say no. They slow-dance.

In Thayer’s room at the club, Emma tells him her suspicions: Ted is her and Sutton’s biological father. Derek was blackmailing him, and maybe Ted killed him, not Rebeccannie.

Mads is on a lounge chair by the pool, getting drunk. Ethan joins her since they’ve both been left out. Mads tells him she knows he’s not over Emma and says he should go for it. They decide to finish the bottle and talk all night.

Emma decides to give up her V card to Thayer.


Wow, I’m so far behind on this doesn’t even make sense to me, so I’m just going to semi-translate:

Jordan made some crack to Mads that I thought was funny, but I wonder how much Alec overheard. And with what he said to her, I was trying to figure out if he was throwing her in Jordan’s way.

Laurel’s definitely noticed something amiss; Kristen hasn’t with all that she’s got going on.

Ethan said something to Sutton that made me agree with him. No clue what it was.

They’re not as good at sharing info on this show as they are on TVD, but they’re still pretty good at doing so when it would be natural/normal to do so.

Dan’s proposal was sweet.  And I’ve been thinking that trailer’s too small from Day One.

Um, hello, Ted, this is kettle (when Sutton spilled about the journal?)

Oh, Ethan, don’t tell Sutton about Laurel’s questions!

I wonder if Alec knows how Sutton got hold of that journal?

Jordan and Mads make me smile.

For once, Alec’s doing the right thing. Ted and Sutton should not punish Kristen for having thoughts, and neither should she punish herself.  But I thought this  scene was going to end with him hugging her and one of them walking in to misconstrue it.

So now Thayer and Emma know Sutton’s in allegiance with Rebeccannie, and why. Wonder what they’re going to do about it. I wonder what Sutton’s planning on doing about Laurel’s curiousity, and I wonder what Laurel’s going to do about the secrets.

So, when  Sutton was kicking Ethan out, I knew Laurel would be eavesdropping. My question as to whether she’d heard Sutton refer to Laurel was answered in the negative, and then followed Sutton.

And if Rebecca killed Derek, that explains why she framed Alec for it.

I knew Laurel was going to fall off that wall. I wonder how soon we’ll find out whether or not Ted knows there were twins.

I also wonder what Rebeccannie is holding over Jordan’s head?

I just realized Alec’s got a lying game of his own going on. This could probably stretch for another season, since there’s only about another 5-7 episodes this. Sometimes the shorter run of cable shows is a good thing.

Kristen’s right, Ted!

Ted’s acting like he doesn’t know Sutton is really  his. Of course, he’d be acting like that if he didn’t want her to know that. Because I recall he and Alec had that secret last season, which I thought was mainly about his affair with Rebeccannie. It made me think they both knew that he was adopting his kid. But now I’m thinking maybe only Alec knows. I would have to sit down to work out who all knows what secrets!

And, Emma’s just told Thayer there’s more than one entrance to the hospital. Go, Emma!

I’m worried for Mads, now. It sounds like Jordan is trying to tell her he has to suck up to Rebeccannie right now.

Yay! I’m glad Laurel’s been brought on board with the twins. I can’t wait to watch the episode that aired two days ago, but it’s probably going to be next week before I do.

Nina Lisa

Adrian Pasdar always looks menacing,  even when his character is possibly trying not to. Charisma Carpenter is much better at the fake “I’m happy to be married to you” routine.

Yeah, Sutton’s already proved herself to be not so great at pretending to be a “sweeter, nicer version”. I think it’s only a matter of time before Laurel figures it out.  And of course, we know S. is under orders from Mommy Dearest to steamroll Ted and Kristen’s reunion, so this speech ought to be real good!

Oh, Jordan. It’ll be very interesting if Mads moves in there. Hmm. Looks like Alec really does know what’s up with Rebeccannie. Of course, he might’ve also been able to tell that that really was Sutton and not Emma.

Chemistry? Yes, please. Ethan and Emma have mad chemistry. Can they discuss that?  At first, I was trying to figure out why Alec had a key to the Mercer’s cabin, but then I remembered this is actually the Rybeck cabin. Whoops!

Please, Emma, Sutton’s not there to study. She’s there to check up on Ethan, and if you think she’ll tell you the truth about the 2nd woman, you’re delusional.

Ha! Cross-stitch sampler in the cabin.

See there! The way Alec just said, “That’s crazy talk” sounded so insincere, and the look on his face was kinda scary.

Well, the episode summary said Emma was going to take Laurel’s love advice, and I was wondering how she’d even hear it after the switch. Now I know.

Oh, look, a shower scene. First the title, now a Psycho reference? Oh, good, she’s getting out. About time she called him on all this crap. And finally. He was actually convincing.

So, I wonder if that story Kristen just told about Sutton’s first night will get under her skin? Doesn’t seem like it while she’s talking to Rebeccannie. Hello! I thought the twins were Ted’s biological kids.  But how does he not know there were two? Did Alec or someone tell him the other one died? Or does he know of her existence but he’s got so much other stuff going on the Jekyll and Hyde routines of his eldest daughter haven’t really registered as a possibility on his radar? You know, I don’t think Sutton and Rebeccannie know Alec knows about the twins and the switches.

Hmm. I wonder if Laurel is as really over Jordan as she says? Wow, Thayer moves fast! But then again, Emma’s not really giving him a chance to talk.

OK, maybe Sutton really hasn’t decided what she’s going to say. Right now it looks like she’s wondering what other stories Kristen told her that she didn’t listen to.

Ha. Mads and Jordan are so cute together!

Interesting. I wonder how Sutton’s sudden change of heart will affect Rebeccannie. Of course, that’s a hell of a reward she’s getting from Ethan. I don’t want them together, but that kind of reward may actually make her redeemable.

Yes, Mads, your father knows you were there.

Whoopsie! Timing is not Sutton’s strong suit. Laurel’s going to be the next one in on the secret.

Sorry, Thayer, it’s not working for me. For one thing, unless you actually called and found out last night’s bus had been cancelled, you couldn’t have known the bus had been cancelled. And if you did, then when exactly did you call? If you called last night, why didn’t you come after her then, so she didn’t have to sleep in the bus station? And even if you didn’t, why didn’t you come after her right away? But let’s say you called this morning and found out the bus was cancelled so you decided to take a chance she was still in town. What if she hadn’t been? Would you have headed back to Scottsdale for her? Why do I not think so? Yes, this scenario is a bit high on the WSOD scale for me. But I’ll give it a pass.

Rebeccannie always seems to have another ace up her sleeve, doesn’t she?

Still a week behind!

Nina Lisa

Wow, a switch back. I did not see that coming, but then again, I don’t know how the first switch fit into Rebeccannie’s plans to begin with. I’m happy that some of her plans are getting screwed over, though — her (currently) unknown accomplice screwing up the phone call to Jessica, Ted shutting down her fake-fear-pity-me-party, Jordan’s pursuit of Mads — and kudos to Alice Greczyn, because the look on her face after she slapped him but right before she lunged at him to kiss him senseless made it work. Besides, who wouldn’t want to kiss Hani Zakaria? He’s a very yummy young man, indeed. At least, as Jordan. And if I were still in high school. I do feel bad for Laurel, but I just really like Alice and Hani’s chemistry.
I’m very glad that Sutton didn’t really win the tennis match, but that Emma forfeited. That whole scene just reinforced how devious Sutton is and how caring Emma is. I kept waiting for her to tell Thayer, “Well, I’m stuck in the cabin now, why don’t you just come stay with me?” And am I wrong, or is she still the only virgin left among the girls? Not that that’s a bad thing! Speaking of reasons why teenage girls should practice abstinence, how awful was it that Rebecannie didn’t really care if Sutton’d been careless with Ethan, despite what’d obviously happened in her own past?
Could someone remind me whether or not Laurel knows about Emma? Because if not, she’s going to be one seriously hurt girl when Sutton starts in on her bitchiness regime again. Although really, if she thought a container of leftovers for the plumbing job meant her folks were getting back, then she’s obviously still in Fantasyland.
I had to admit, until the end, I didn’t know whether Alec had framed himself or Rebeccannie had.  And if she did, why’d she marry him? How does being married to him fit in with her Ted-and-the-girls-happy-family plans?
I’m not sure I still really understand how Ethan can’t decide which twin he likes better, but the truth is that he was a bit more of a bad boy, dating the bad girl, before Emma came along.  Which made them a perfect fit.  And it’s the age old story that Emma not only makes him a better man, but want to be that better man. But he’s young, and the young are filled with self-doubt and not knowing who they really want to be. Like he said to his brother, when he slept with Sutton, he “screwed up. As usual.” He kinda believes not just that that’s all he is, but that that’s all he ever will be. And perhaps he feels it’s all he deserves. It would’ve been nice if he’d managed to tell Emma what happened before Sutton did, but technically, she did give them her permission. And while they’re not horrible about never telling others what’s going on on this show, so that I’d like to believe she remembers he was going to tell her something while they were studying, they’re not so great at it that I trust she really will. But is it wrong of me to be glad that Thayer’s leaving?
Speaking of the Rybacks, I wonder where Mads is going to live now? She won’t want to stay at the Mercers with Sutton, and Laurel feeling betrayed by her, but she won’t want to live with Alec, Rebeccannie and Jordan.  Maybe she’ll join Emma in the cabin? Not that I expect Emma to hold to her own rules. That will definitely be a case of what’s good for the goose, even if in this instance they’re just birds of a feather.

A big, fat, ZERO*

So much going on in these episodes, it’s hard for me to keep it all straight, so please forgive me if I tend to meander. I think I’ll try to keep it separated by couples again, although there’re a few triangles, too.

Ted/Kristen/Rebeccannie: I can generally fanwank stuff that happens off-screen when it’s obvious, and coming in in the middle of both Ted and Kristen’s therapy session and their coffee date afterward would normally lead me to surmise that perhaps Ted came clean with Kristen about their adopted daughter(s) origins, but his long hesitation before agreeing to no more secrets and his temper tantrum in the car both show me she’s still in the dark. Exactly how much he knows about the fact that there are twins remains to be seen, but if I recall the first season stuff correctly, I’m pretty sure he knows Sutton is Rebecannie’s daughter. I wish he’d been clearer telling Rebeccannie to butt the hell out.

Dan/Theresa: The couple that does stake-outs together solves cases together? I totally agree with Dan. It is just like Alec to frame himself to make himself look innocent. Because he is crazy like a fox.

Laurel/Mads/Jordan: Dammit, why can’t they give Laurel a decent boyfriend instead of one with a plot up his sleeve? Honestly, I think he’s more interested in continuing things with Mads, and is only courting Laurel because step-mommy dearest wants him to. I’m just not sure how that plays into her plot to get Ted.  Besides, technically and legally, Rebeccannie isn’t his step-mother any more. And since she is Mads’, I don’t think there’s anything wrong with dipping the toes into that family pool again. At the same time, I can understand why Mads is a bit skeeved out.

Ethan/Sutton: They don’t deserve each other like Emma says, and he’s hurting for E. so bad we can taste it. Notice how he had to be drunk to go there? And why is she interested in her sister’s sloppy seconds, anyway? Yeah, she had him first, but she treated him like crap and will continue to not look out for his best interests (because getting him in trouble for cheating is so her, and so not what he needs right now), so she was obviously just using him as a way of rebelling against her white-bread parents to begin with and now only wants him because Emma has him.

Emma/Thayer: OK, I kinda feel bad for him now, because that story goes a long way to explaining why Alec is such a shit to him and Mads is daddy’s little girl, but I just don’t like the two of them together.

Other thoughts: Love Laurel’s response to Rebecannie’s prying about her parents. How the hell did Sutton find out about the counseling? Jordan appears to be a real stand-up guy, which is why I’d rather see him with Mads and being honest than with Laurel and playing games. The question now is, has he really figured out that there’s two of them? Oh, and what does he know about Rebeccannie’s past? That will hopefully blow up in her face?

* The title of the episode is Cheat, Play, Love. IMO, they all add up to the title of this post. Cheating gets you a big fat zero, playing too many games gets you a big fat zero, and love, in tennis (the sport Sutton and Emma both play) equals zero. Edification time: The reason love equals zero in tennis is not because it is a corruption of the French word for egg, “loeuf”. Evidently in the 18th century, when you played a game sans wager or without anything riding on the outcome, you did it for love of the game.

The Revengers

The ABCFamily website cut the video in the middle of Rebeccannie talking to Alec, so I had to read the TWOP recaplet to find out that Mads showed up to stay at the Mercers after her drunken rendezvous with Jordan, who turns out to be Rebeccannie’s son. Exactly how old it he, anyway? He looks to be the same age as the twins, if not a little older.  I thought Ted got Rebeccannie preggers in high school and it was the twins, but now I’m wondering if it was Alec and the baby was Jordan, and then Rebeccannie had the twins after the affair with Ted.  And since twins are supposed to run in families (they actually don’t:, I wonder if Jordan has an evil twin lurking somewhere.

While I’m glad Dan and Theresa are back together, I wish she hadn’t told Ethan not to give up on Sutton.  Sutton doesn’t deserve someone as great as Ethan.  And I’m not too thrilled that Emma’s managed to move on so quickly with Thayer, either. And I really want to know what Alec said to make Theresa decide to become his defense lawyer. I figure he’s known about the twins since he saw Sutton with Thayer in Los Angeles, but if that was what that wink to Emma was all about, ICK!!! (And how come Charisma Carpenter gets to be a series regular now but Adrian Pasdar doesn’t?)

I’m glad we can tell Sutton and Emma apart by the way they wear their hair. Although Alexandra Chando’s voice has often reminded me of Nina Dobrev’s, I don’t think she quite has the distinction between her twin characters that Nina does. Then again, when Nina’s playing Katherine-as-Elena, I get fooled, and on this show, not everyone knows that Emma’s playing Sutton.  Speaking of which, I’ve been tired of Sutton whining about Emma stealing her life since Day One.  It was her damn idea in the first place; Emma didn’t want any part of it! Sure, it was only supposed to be for a short while, and yes, Ethan discovered he liked being treated like a real boy instead of a dirty little secret, but she’s still the one who gave it up willingly.  And really, now that the forehead cut has healed, I don’t see why they don’t switch back.  Surely that would further Rebeccannie’s perfect family scenario? I guess if they don’t, tho, then Sutton can screw up the plans somehow and Rebeccannie will get found out.

The only problem I have with that is it will probably follow that Emma and Sutton will also be found out, and that will pretty much end the storyline right there.  I’m honestly not sure how they’re going to keep the current MO going for more than another season, if that.


The Lying Game

Another show which premiered on ABCFamily in the summer of 2011, and which I loved immediately. I’ll be watching it online when it comes back on the 8th of January. I can’t wait to see what Rebeccannie and Sutton have up their sleeves!

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