The season finale of "Pretty Little Liars" is right around the corner and fans are being promised that questions will be answered. Sneak peeks and spoilers have revealed a few things, but a Canadian promo reveals some additional information. On March 13, WetPaint posted details about what fans can expect on "PLL" season 4, episode 24.
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The season finale is titled "A is for Answers" and it sounds like that is exactly what fans are going to get. Alison is finally going to have "the talk" with the girls and reveal some much-needed information to them. The Canadian promo adds some things that the American version leaves out.
Emotions will be running high and Hanna is honest when she tells Alison that she wants to hug her and slap her at the same time. Ali is going to apologize to Aria, but it is unclear for what. Perhaps this has to do with Ezra? Why would she apologize to Aria and not them all?
As for the Hastings family, Spencer is going to disappear for a bit, presumably to meet with Ali. Her parents notice that she is gone and her dad is worried about her. He tells someone,
"I thought this was about finding Spencer, not accusing her of something."
It's likely that someone thinks she may have gone out to score more ADHD medication, but she is probably with the other girls and Alison. There is also a scene of Mr. Hastings looking at a woman, who resembles Ali's mom, but it can't be determined for sure until the season finale airs. He seems to be very angry.
There are also going to be scenes with Melissa in "A is for Answers." She is going to confront Ian and tells him that she knows who he is with. Then she is seen in a room that has a lot of files. WetPaint believes that it could be the police station, but it is unclear if it is in the present or if it's a flashback.
All of the sneak peeks, promo clips and spoilers make it seem like this is one episode fans should not miss.
"Pretty Little Liars" season 4, episode 24 will air on March 18.