'Pretty Little Liars': 5 Most Shocking Moments From "Songs of Innocence"

Guns were fired, a lie was told and Sara Harvey offered some startling insight.
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A scene from Tuesday's 'Pretty Little Liars.'

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Tuesday's episode of ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars.]

Another Rosewood denizen ended up behind bars on the latest Pretty Little Liars.

Last week's season-six premiere of the ABC Family drama saw the Liars finally escape from Charles DiLaurentis' bunker. They then learned that the very-much alive Sara Harvey (Dre Davis) had been trapped in there with them.

On Tuesday's episode, the girls dealt with the aftermath of their traumatic time in Charles' dollhouse, coping with everything from guns to pills. Here are the five most insane moments.

5. Andrew booked some time in the gray-bar hotel

Toby (Keegan Allen) arrested Andrew (Brandon W. Jones) for holding the girls hostage, as the Liars were completely convinced that Andrew is the culprit. But despite some evidence to suggest that Andrew is bad news, uncertainty remains as to whether he really is Charles, with Sara indeed appearing doubtful.

4. The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth — more or less

Aria's (Lucy Hale) fibbing skills could clearly use a little work, as she lied to police and claimed that she saw Andrew's face while they were being kidnapped. Sadly, she didn't appear to be fooling anyone.

3. Spencer nabs Aria's meds

As are all the girls, Spencer (Troian Bellisario) is dealing with some dark flashbacks, which led her to steal an anti-anxiety pill from Aria. Spencer clearly has a history with pill-popping, and she might be headed down that same road.

2. Ali and Lorenzo hit it off

Ali (Sasha Pieterse) may have found herself a new man in Lorenzo (Travis Winfrey), Toby's partner on the force. Lorenzo bumps into Ali at church and later bonds with her over sliders at The Brew.

1. Sara goes for a nighttime stroll

When Emily wasn't firing off round after round at the gun range, she was wandering around by herself in the dark, which is never a good idea in Rosewood. However, this is where she ran into Sara, who admits that she can't remember how she ended up in Charles' hole. 

Do you think Andrew might actually be Charles? What do you think the girls may have endured in the dollhouse? Do you suddenly have a hankering for tiny hamburgers? Sound off in the comments!

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