Jason walked into his Uncle’s house and slung his back off his shoulder and put it in the hallway. ‘I’m sorry about this.’ he told his uncle. ‘I told Mum and Dad I was only enough to stay at the house on my own while they’re away but ..’ he smirked. ‘You know, after last time they won’t let me. Apparently having a huge party while they’re away pissed them off.’
⋆★ Here’s today update in one whole big swoop! Me and Lindsey went out today and two other people recognized me?? It’s the two in the picture, Brittany and Jason. We all hanged out and took lots of pictures and went shopping and ate. Man it was pretty fucking sweet! Unfortunately I had to leave today so I had to leave to get ready in the late afternoon. We all exchanged contact details though so that’s fucking great! It was pretty sad saying goodbye to Lindsey, but we promised to meet up again sooner or later. And now I’m on another bus to go to Bradley’s house. Ask me questions or just talk to me in the meanwhile!★⋆
Before the season 5 finale Keegan Allen did a bunch of interviews claiming that we would be able to figure out A before the liars would. Marlene has even said herself that many of us have figured it all out already. With the 6a finale approaching rapidly we do not seem to actually know anything and nor do the girls. While watching the past few episodes I’ve kept Keegan’s quote in mind while viewing with the perspective that my theory of Jason being A is correct.
This bring us to episode 6x04:
Mr. DiLaurentis finally opens up to Ali and Jason about their long lost brother, Charles. I really believe that Jason is only pretending that he doesn’t remember his brother. Going off the video from the vault in the dollhouse, to me, Jason seemed old enough to remember the other boy. I think he is playing dumb to hide his motive.
When Ali meets up with Jason to give him Charles’s Radley files Jason mentions how their parents always made him “doubt himself.” Again, I think he is trying to play the sympathy card with Ali but I also think in a way he is really revealing one of the many ways his parents damaged him.
Ali tells Jason that their Aunt Carol is listed as one of the visitors on Charles’s Radley file. Jason then recounts about his last visit to Aunt Carol’s house. I think this whole “post-elevator fall” memory is fabricated to convince Ali to bring the Liars to Aunt Carol’s house to find the headstone. He knows the liars are already very suspicious of Mrs. D especially after finding the “i can’t protect you anymore” email. Jason needs to throw them off the trail.
At Aunt Carole’s Jason leads them around and when nothing out of the ordinary pops up he suggests they search around the property. He is purposely leading them to the fake headstone.
Hanna isn’t fooled this time. She knows that A has a habit of setting uo elaborate props. But wait! This time Jason is here to divert the liars. He claims that the stone has to have been there for years because of the deep roots growing around it. How convenient. Hanna doesn’t officially stop until the smartest liar Spencer, concurs with Jason. He is using their individual strengths against them, much like A did to them in the Dollhouse and well, always.
Jason is acting like a concerned and ignorant family member. He is providing girls with answers that probably won’t lead them to any real answers because he himself is the missing piece. Just like Keegan said, we are watching this “monster” control the liars right before our eyes.