This place is about to blow!
We learn that Charlotte went back home to say goodbye to her mother before leaving town but stumbled upon her body. This devastated Charlotte, since Jessica was the only one who ever really loved her.
The girls reach Radley and find Sara about to set the bomb. When the alarm sounds, Charlotte uses this as a cue to set off a detonator, but little does she know that Spencer has already disarmed it. I mean, we all knew Spencer was smart, but who knew she had 007-level espionage skills?
Soon, Ali joins the girls and tells them that Charlotte is headed to the roof. Sara tries to run away, but not before Emily gets one good punch in. Now I feel kind of bad about rooting for this couple.
The girls reach the roof in time and Ali says five simple words: “Charlotte, please don’t do this.”
And with that, Charlotte gets down, removes her hood and mask and says, “Game over.”
Ummm. What? That’s it?
Labor Day Weekend
As the girls pack up for college, they say their goodbyes to Ali, who is sticking around in Rosewood. We find out that the hospital just released Sara.
Five years later…
We see a teacher named Mrs. Rollins write her name on a chalkboard. It’s Alison DiLaurentis! Or should we say Alison DiLaurentis-Rollins? A grown-up Aria, Emily, and Hanna enter her classrooom with fear because someone is coming for Ali and that it’s time to leave. But then Spencer enters and says that it’s too late because he’s already here.
NEXT: Unanswered questions and final thoughts.