Tonight’s the night. We’ve finally arrived at the moment we’ve been waiting for since “Pretty Little Liars” debuted five years ago. We are finally going to find out who A is. Now, there are lots of theories out there. Is it Wren? Is it Melissa? What about Andrew? But one name that isn’t floated around too often on the list of possible A suspects is, in my mind, the most obvious – Hanna. Now, before you doubt that the dimwitted blonde could pull this off, stick with me here for a second. If you remember, Hanna used to be overweight and was tortured endlessly by Ali for it, so she definitely has a motive, right? Plus, she and that straight-up crazy bitch Mona used to be tight, so no telling what kind of psychopathic tendencies she’s picked up.
If you pay attention, maybe there’s been clues all along that A is Hanna.
- That dimwit thing is obviously an act, given the colleges accepted to. Plus, she certainly seems to know everything that’s going on with her friends.
- She willingly admits that she’s got no life, which would have to be true of whoever’s got the time to pull off all of these A crazy stunts.
- She always has her phone on her, so she could definitely be sending those creepy texts.
- She knows how to read people, a skill A definitely has.
- She won’t give blood – obviously so no one can get her DNA. Duh.
- She’s super good at pretending.
- She knows all about science.
- And magic.
- She willingly admits that people change. Nice, fat Hanna to skinny, evil Hanna?
- She’s the most easily annoyed person ever. Obviously A is too, since anything sets that psycho off.
- Seriously, Ali was really mean to her. Revenge-worthy mean.
- She loves the Biebs. Only truly evil people love the Biebs.
- Her comeback game is strong. Necessary for all of those A messages.
- She’s got no problem lying.
- She always wants to stop talking about A. Who but A would always want to stop talking about A?
- No, really. She never wants to talk about A.
- She’s methodical.
- She’s got a violent side.
- Only people that engage in behavior justify similar behavior…
- She’s basically admitted to having a double life.
- …and to not knowing what she’s capable of.
Don’t believe me? Well, you can just….