5:00am PT by Ryan Gajewski
'Pretty Little Liars': 5 Most Shocking Moments From "Songs of Experience"
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Tuesday's episode of ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars.]
Does anyone on Pretty Little Liars actually know who Charles DiLaurentis is?
That became the big question on Tuesday's episode, as both Jason (Drew Van Acker) and Mr. DiLaurentis (Jim Abele) appeared to know very little about Charles' identity.
Also posing a potential concern for the Liars was Sara Harvey (Dre Davis), who was not in danger but instead just in the shower when the girls rushed over to save her. By the end of the episode, Emily was taken aback when Sara was sporting a very different hairdo.
Here are five of the most jaw-dropping moments from "Songs of Experience."
5. Jason thought Charlie was a figment of his imagination
Jason told Spencer (Troian Bellisario) that he remembered having an imaginary friend named Charlie, but Spencer realized that Charlie was not imaginary and instead was someone whom Mr. DiLaurentis must have gotten rid of.
4. Ali and Lorenzo, sitting in a tree?
Ali (Sasha Pieterse) definitely seemed smitten with Lorenzo (Travis Winfrey), and Spencer appeared to be supportive. However, Toby (Keegan Allen) was understandably worried that Ali would be bad news for Lorenzo.
3. Where is Sara?
Hanna (Ashley Benson) encouraged the girls to meet with Dr. Sullivan (Annabeth Gish), following their ordeal in the dollhouse. But while they were at her office, Emily (Shay Mitchell) got a video warning them to leave or else Sara Harvey would be in bad shape. However, after the Liars rushed home, they realized Sara had just hopped out of the shower and was not in any danger.
2. Say cheese
At first, Ali believed her dad when he said he didn't know who Charles is. However, after Spencer was convinced that Mr. DiLaurentis lied, the girls searched the home, and Aria (Lucy Hale) found a photo of Jason with another boy. By the end of the episode, Ali finally confronted her dad about who the boy is.
1. Andrew just wanted to save the day
At the start of the episode, Aria in particular was convinced that Andrew (Brandon W. Jones) was the one who kidnapped them. However, during an awkward run-in later, he claimed that he had been searching for them in hopes of becoming a hero. He then compared them to "toxic dumps," which seemed to be a bit harsh.
Who do you think Charles is? Do you trust Sara Harvey? Are you going to start hiding things in jars of buttons? Let us know in the comments!