The television series Pretty Little Liars season 5 finale revealed more than should’ve been revealed. And that too straight out of the boss’ mouth.
Pretty Little Liars revealed the identity of a person known simply as “A”. And it turned out to be Charles. Oh, and by the way, he is a psychotic killer. The adolescent mystery drama was into keeping the fans and audience guessing as to who was making life hell for Aria, Hanna, Emily and Spencer.
In the current season five, the foursome learn who it is, who has been secretly harassing them all. Of course, one thing was certain from day one and that was that it was none other than a man. Males make good stalkers and psychos.
It’s another thing though that their female counterparts are now catching up with them. All of social online media was abuzz with the “whodunnit?” question. Speculation was rife and everyone had his or her own theory.
Some were even getting a little aggressive and doubting the sincerity of the show’s producers. Pretty Little Liars is based on the serial books by Sara Shepard. And there are two more seasons left based on the last two books.
Pretty Little Liars is basically about these four girls who are really good friends with each other. One day one of their mutual friends named Alison simply vanishes into thin air leaving them perplexed. Then this weirdo starts calling them and blackmailing them. He says that he will let the public know their deepest darkest secrets.
Finally, after they have had it up till here with his anonymous text messages and threats, the identity of the man is revealed. Charles, as he is known, has his own tale to tell.
The executive producer of the series, Marlene King said that the pressure to know who this mystery man was had gone through the roof and now was the right time to pull off the cover from the exhibit “A” as he rightfully deserved to be called.
The episode is definitely one worth watching if only for the suspense-shattering revelation of who the culprit is in the final analysis. “A” and his motivations not to mention nefarious goals are all laid out in plain sight for all to gaze at in wonderment.
Charles, the man behind the mask, has had his identity given out in snippets as anagrams, those wise rearrangements of ordinary words and sentences.
The letter “A” definitely stands for Art of Arch-Allusion. The constant state of terror and fright this man keeps the four girls in is something that is out of the blue. And his hints and teasing tours de force lead to a paper trail that seems to never end.
The title of the episode, which is Welcome to the Dollhouse, got its epithet from A’s habit of playing with small figurines. And the fact that A actually has a soul comes as even more of a shock. The other surprises in store include the fact that Mona is alive and well.
Alison who had been though guilty of her murder, has in fact been innocent all along. The scene where the four girls put on orange prison jumpsuits is one that needs going into too. It almost reminds one of a regular episode of Orange is the New Black.
The fact that Veronica Hastings bears an uncanny resemblance to Olivia Benson is another coincidence that brings a smile to one’s face. And the anagrams make the series look like something from within the mysterious and magical world of Harry Potter.
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And last but not least, the issue of addiction (be it to anything, even Thin Mints) is explored. And so the ultimatum that even eating a single one can have a domino effect and lead to eating a whole lot is shown in an exemplary manner.