Cece: I know who killed that girl. The one you thought was Alison Dilaurentis.
Holbrook: What does that have to do with Wilden?
Cece: Maybe nothing. Maybe everything. You’re the cop, that’s for you to figure out.
~I’m calling it now Cece is framing her twin sister. I think Cece is…
one of my roommates used to work with 5th graders in a creative writing class thing and they had to write a romance and most of the kids wrote stories about princesses and crap but this one little girl wrote about how a marshmallow fell in love with a mug of cocoa and he loved the cocoa so much that in order to be with her he melted and died like wow kid that’s some shakespearian shit right there
ok let’s talk about ezra real quick
how to be seductive:
- head tilt
- hooded eyes
- raised eyebrow
- little smirk
how to be evil:
- head tilt
- hooded eyes
- raised eyebrow
- little smirk
do you see the problem
This might win for favorite addition to my post.
jay gatsby’s car was a real hit with the ladies
when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds
girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms
Girls share everything.
I am ashamed that I contributed to this madness
I can’t say for sure, but I said somewhere before that in Emily’s behaviour towards Alison this season I’m seeing protective and concerned, but not really in love. She’s barely even smiled around Alison, let alone given us the goofy besotted looks we’ve seen when she’s been with her previous girlfriends.
With the porch confrontation this week I think Emily’s comment about wasting so much time on Alison was telling. Emily was prepared to give Alison a go, but when she finally saw that Alison was still just doing whatever she wanted and didn’t care about the risks to the others then Emily’s protective instincts, which had been all about Alison, finally went back to her friends who have always meant so much to her. I was a little disappointed she mentioned Paige and Spencer but not Hanna, but at least Emily is finally now not throwing everyone else away for Alison.
I’m still seeing a lot of “Alison is clever, she has a plan, she’ll save them all”, but frankly I don’t care. Alison’s actions are dangerous and unethical, whatever her plan is. Even if (and we only have Alison’s word for it) her objectives are good, there is still a right and a wrong way of going about things.
So, back to Emily’s feelings. There was clearly something there, but it didn’t seem particularly intense, and her regret at breaking things off with Alison was nothing like that of when she broke up with Paige. That said, she clearly cared for Alison or she wouldn’t have done everything else she did this season.
I have to say I’ve been surprised at how little emison we’ve ended up getting. If that really is it (and with this show you can never be sure) then I feel sorry for the emison shippers, because after all the promotion and #emison and all that they didn’t even have a real relationship. Even I wanted more emison - the dynamic in 5x05 was really interesting and showed how much Emily has changed.
What I’d like to see is Alison’s story, and her chance for redemption, separated from emison. I’ve always thought the show should be concentrating on Alison’s character development rather than jumping into a love triangle, and even more so now. Alison has changed a bit, but she has now also learned that she can’t expect to just act and have the others follow her, and if she wants to regain their trust (again, “if”) then she has to change her whole approach to dealing with people.
Of course, it’s also possible that she doesn’t want to and that there was never a firm basis for the friendship between her and the rest of the group, and that she will continue on as basically an antagonist, like Mona, which could work as well.
I think for quite some time, Emily was in love with the idea of Alison. Alison is a terrible person, but garnered friends by making them think themselves as special. When you see Em/Alison interactions in flashbacks, you see Ali say things about how Emily is special or that Alison is fascinated by her.
I think for quite some time, Emily had a soft spot for the Alison she knew. Emily is known for being optimistic (sometimes to the point of naivete), and her desire to rescue Alison and meet with her comes from a combination of Emily’s old feelings for her and Emily’s belief that people can change.
As Emily began falling out of love with Alison (as she fell in love with Maya, and then with Paige), Alison was revealed to be alive and began acting kind to Emily as a way to say she changed. Emily fought against her better judgement, Paige, and Spencer to hold onto that hope.
Now that Emily is beginning to see that Alison hasn’t changed, she’s realizing how she behaved toward Paige (who is a foil to Alison because she HAS changed for the better) but also to Spencer and Hanna.
Okay, that was really long. Also, I really want to see Ali develop past Emison as well.
Yes, yes, yes. And this is my problem with “Isn’t it romantic that Alison was mean to everyone else but kind to Emily”. That’s how these people work.
And those flashback scenes are still being used as evidence that Alison loves Emily, despite the fact that we now know Alison was boasting at the time of her ability to manipulate Emily. I still think this is an example of how people overestimate their ability to tell if someone is being sincere, and people like Alison play on that. We are literally watching people being paid to fake these emotions, but a lot of fans are still adamant that Alison couldn’t possibly been faking them. They, like Emily, wanted to believe Alison’s feeling were real.
Yeah thats true you never know with Alison just when you start to believe her bam she lies and we learn she is keeping secrets. x