Warning: This post contains Pretty Little Liars spoilers. If you haven’t watched the whole show, then proceed with caution.
A little note: In August 2014, I started watching Pretty Little Liars. That November, I started blogging about it until it ended in 2017. I haven’t watched it since, but people are still reading my posts in 2021. So, I’ve decided to add thoughts and comments based on the feelings and opinions I have in 2021. Because you’re reading this now, I want to thank you! Tbh, after the disappointment of the series finale, I felt like I wasted time writing these posts. Because you’re reading this, it doesn’t feel like a waste anymore. So, thanks!
(Unless otherwise noted, parenthesis indicate thoughts from 2021)
**Originally published on August 4, 2015. Republished on April 27, 2021. Yes, on a Tuesday in honor of the show originally airing on Tuesdays.**
It was August 2014 when I started watching Pretty Little Liars. I watched 4 ½ seasons in the 9 days leading up to the season finale for season 5a. One of those nine days I watched it for 23 hours straight, only breaking to shower and eat. I crammed more than 100 episodes (4708 minutes. 79 hours. 3.2 days.) on top of work and sleep, so I didn’t have a lot of time to theorize until after I finished catching up. I did have two theories or gut feelings. Either Wren or Jason is A. With all the theories flying about Wren being A now, I want to emphasize I’m not saying this to join the bandwagon. You can ask any of my coworkers or read many of my posts. Wren has been my consistent answer to “Who is A?” I haven’t written a lot about him because I’ve been lacking motive.
I’ve also had a lot of time to doubt it. The thing is though, I’ve spent a LOT of time in my 21 years watching and reading mysteries. My gut instinct has rarely been wrong before! I pretty much always know, at least halfway through the story, who the real suspect is. That’s why I’m finally writing this post about Wren and following my roommate’s advice. I’m not holding back anymore or leaving any room for doubt. WREN IS A. If I’m wrong, then I’m wrong. But it won’t be because I didn’t say what I believed to true.
I’m not even going to list all the reasons it makes sense for Wren to be A. There are already so many blog posts that list all the same reasons I agree with. I just wanted to accuse Wren of being A once and for all. I’ve thought it all along, even amongst theorizing about other people, so I needed to make it clear. So far, I’ve said Wren could be “A.” With one episode left before the reveal, I’m now saying WREN IS A. (Could you imagine if I was this confident about everything in life? I would be a force to be reckoned with! ha. ha.)
1) Eddie Lamb is in the Barrel! (Still not sure what happened to him? Or the barrel?)
2) Melissa or Jenna is Black Widow. (Melissa actually was Black Widow, wasn’t she? Or…? Am I completely making that up?)
3) CeCe or Sara are Redcoat! (Wasn’t Alison redcoat? Or am I making that up too? Was it Sara? I don’t even know anymore.)
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