[Warning: The following contains major spoilers from Tuesday's episode of Pretty Little Liars. Read at your own risk]

The Pretty Little Liars have made "biggest mistake of their lives" we were promised: murder.

Elliott Rollins (Huw Collins) is dead; the Liars killed him in Tuesday night's episode by running him over with a car. Rest assured Alison's (Sasha Pieterse) husband is not following in his wife's fake-dead footsteps. He is really-face-through-plate-glass-window-we-saw-the-body dead. Previews for next week's episode confirm that Elliott is the one in the grave the girls were digging at the very beginning of the season.

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Since this is Pretty Little Liars, the girls will not call the police and report this as an accident, even though they were just driving through the woods to save Alison after her distress call. Instead, they will bury the body and try to cover it up. It's as if they can't remember that A.D. sends text messages if they get a hang nail. What do they think their uber-stalker is going to do when he has a dead body to hang over their heads?

To make matters worse, Elliott died just as the girls were starting to piece together who he really is. They discovered that he and Charlotte (Vanessa Ray) had a romantic relationship while she was his patient. He also made a prosthetic mask to make himself look like Detective Wilden (Bryce Johnson) — proving that Alison wasn't crazy when she thought she saw people returning from the dead. Toby was also able to discover that Elliott can't be his real name, because the real Elliott Rollins is already dead.

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Now the Liars not only have even more questions about Rollins than when they started trying to save Alison from him. There's no way for them to continue investigating those questions either without raising suspicion that they know why Alison's husband has suddenly disappeared.

The good news is that if Elliott is dead in episode 3, he's probably not A.D. The bad news is that the blind girl who somehow still sees everything, Jenna Marshall (Tammin Sursock), returns in next week's episode. Things are only going to get much, much, worse for the Liars from here.

Pretty Little Liars continues Tuesdays at 8/9c on Freeform.

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