[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from the Pretty Little Liars summer finale]
Pretty Little Liars' on-again off-again couple might become on-again very soon.
Fan-favorites Aria (Lucy Hale) and Ezra (Ian Harding), the only romantic relationship that has spanned the length of the series, have had more hurdles to overcome than most couples twice their age. First, there was the fact that Ezra was Aria's high school teacher. Then, Aria's nemesis A set out to break the couple up many times. And most recently, Ezra learned he had a son with Maggie (Larisa Oleynick), an ex who came to live with Ezra in Rosewood. But just when Aria may have finally moved on from her first love, Hale says Ezra might be back in her life before the season's end.
Have the Pretty Little Liars deciphered the link between Garrett, Wilden, the mysterious board shorts guy and the unknown "Tippi the bird" phone number?
Pretty Little Liars' 10 most ridiculous moments of all time
In our exclusive clip from Tuesday's episode, Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Aria (Lucy Hale) and Emily (Shay Mitchell) are planning their next step when Aria mentions she still can't figure out what connects now-dead Garrett and Wilden to York County — the origin of the number Tippi sang. That is, until Spencer realizes that she's just seen a number from the same area. Find out where the clue leads them below:
Pretty Little Liars' fourth season is already off to a crazy start, but we wouldn't expect anything less after three seasons of nonstop WTF-ery. The ABC Family drama has so many twists, turns and shark-jumps that it's easy to forget some of its biggest jaw-droppers.
Let's take an absurd trip down memory lane and look back on the 10 most ridiculous PLL moments of all time.
What's in the trunk? Pretty Little Liars fans will find out almost immediately in the Season 4 premiere.
"Within 30 seconds you'll know what's in the trunk," executive producer Marlene King tells TVGuide.com. "We usually have these big reveals in finales, but this is one of the first time we've had had a premiere with lots of answers."
When the ABC Family series wrapped up its third season, viewers watched as Hanna (Ashley Benson), Spencer (Troian Bellisario), Emily (Shay Mitchell), Aria (Lucy Hale) and nemesis Mona (Janel Parrish) were pulled out of a burning house by a shadowy figure that a few of the girls — and the audience — recognized as the dead former Queen Bee Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse). Is she really alive? And is she the omniscient Red Coat directing the "A" Team all along? Plus: What did the girls discover in the final moment of the winter finale that had them gasping? King gives us a preview of what's to come below.