"Those b----es are finally going to get what they deserve." Or will they?
In the Pretty Little Liars Season 3 finale, Mona (Janel Parrish) is determined to take down Aria (Lucy Hale), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Hanna (Ashley Benson) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) once and for all, and it appears she may have some help from the inside.
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"If [Spencer] is on the A team, which it looks like she is, then that would mean that Mona is now her boss," Parrish tells TVGuide.com. "The characters have definitely swapped a little bit. Mona is the new Spencer -- she's smart and in charge and nothing seems to faze her -- while Spencer was slowly spiraling out of control and now she's broken and on the A team."
But is Spencer really on the A team? Or is she simply infiltrating the band of black hoodies to find out intel, specifically if Toby (Keegan Allen) is really dead and the identity of the mysterious Red Coat?
"Someone has been controlling Mona," Parrish says. "This woman appears to be blonde, and a lot of people are speculating it's CeCe (Vanessa Ray), but also keep in mind is that while Mona is taking orders from this person, she was also in a mental hospital! So maybe she doesn't quite know who she was speaking to."
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"Mona is back, Toby is in black and Byron may be wack." That's the mantra that Pretty Little Liars executive producer Oliver Goldstick came up with while planning Season 3B.
"This is a game-changer for us because we've never had a parent who was really a suspect," Goldstick told TVGuide.com.
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