evil courtney

the poster for the last jedi screams REY SKYWALKER so loud honestly i’ve lost my hearing from looking at it too long

To: Four Bitches. From: A.

Once upon a time, there were two beautiful girls named Ali and Courtney - but one of them was crazy. And as you know, with a few magical twists of fate, Ali became Courtney for a while. But what you don’t know is that Courtney became Ali, too.

You heard me right, Pretty Little Losers…and it’s all because of you. Remember when you stalked me in my backyard for the Time Capsule Flag? And remember that girl who trotted out to the lawn and talked to you? That wasn’t me. As you so astutely figured out, Courtney was home switching from the Radley to the Preserve that weekend. And oh, how poor widdle Courtney didn’t want to go. She had her neat, crazy little life at Radley…and she didn’t want to start over in a hospital.

If she had to start over somewhere, it was going to be Rosewood. And start over she did. She was supposed to go to the Preserve the very morning she saw you skulking around my yard - and man, did she jump on the chance fast. One minute she and I were arguing - I was so happy she was on her way out - and the next she was out in the yard, pretending to be me, talking to you guys like you were BFF’s. Talking about my flag as if she hadn’t been the one who’d stolen it first and ruined my masterpiece with that stupid wishing well. And how was I supposed to know that everyone - my mom, my dad, even my brother - would think it was me out there and Courtney inside? How was I supposed to know my mom would grab me and say it’s time to go, Courtney? I pleaded with her that I was Ali, but my mom didn’t believe me, all because Courtney took my A-is-for-Ali ring when I wasn’t looking. My mom yelled outside to the girl who wasn’t Ali that we were leaving, and the girl who wasn’t Ali turned, smiled, and said, Bye!

Off we went. Courtney got my perfect life, and I got her wrecked one. Just like that.

She ruined everything. She put her lips all over Ian Thomas. She nearly got arrested for blinding prissy Jenna Cavanaugh. She ditched Naomi and Riley, the coolest girls at school. But the very worst thing she did in my name was choose four new best friends in their place. Girls she knew I would never look twice at, girls who weren’t special in any way. Girls who she knew would fall all over her, desperate for the opportunity to be in her exclusive club. The girls who’d help her get everything she wanted.

Any of this sound familiar, ladies?

But don’t worry. This little fairy tale can still have a happy ending for me. I saw to it that my sister paid for what she did. And now, so will you.

I tried to burn you. I tried to make you crazy. I tried to have you arrested. I’ve even messed with you this week - surprise! I flung myself at Aria’s boyfriend. I sent Hanna fake tickets to a certain fashion show. I let Em believe there was a happily-ever-after for us after all. Smooch! And Spencer…I have a surprise for you. Look closely! It’s right under your nose.

I suppose I should thank Courtney for her meticulous diary keeping. It helped me - and Mona - so much. It’s all led up to this big moment. The curtain’s about to go up, bitches, and the show is about to begin. Get ready to meet your maker. It won’t be long now.

Kisses!

A (the real one)

—  Wanted, Pretty Little Liars

Shailene Woodley and Jai Courtney team up for ‘Arkie’

Shailene Woodley, Jai Courtney and online star Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor have joined the cast of animated feature Arkie.
The film, being introduced to buyers in Cannes, is created by Nathan Jurevicius, the award-winning artist behind the Scarygirl graphic novel and video game, and directed by his brother Luke Jurevicius (AACTA Award-winning Figaro Pho).
Arkie is a fantastical adventure about an inventive and inquisitive young girl, Arkie (Woodley), who must leave the safety of her home and embark on an epic journey to a dazzling but dangerous metropolis to rescue her father Blister from the clutches of the evil scientist Dr. Maybee (Courtney). Bachelor, with over 16 million online followers, will play the role of Bunniguru, a comedic adventurer who relies on his “book of useless proverbs” and wit to get him out of many jams.
“It’s been a brilliant journey participating in Arkie’s evolution over the years,” said the Jurevicius brothers. “We can’t wait to work with our wonderfully talented actors in bringing her world to life on the big screen. It’s so great that this film has attracted such significant talent. We knew Arkie’s story was strong, but having Shailene, Jai and Andrew are important confirmation that we are creating something truly special.”
The picture is an Australian / Canadian co-production lead by Sophie Byrne of Passion Pictures Australia (Academy Award winner The Lost Thing) and Nicole Stinn of Nitrogen Studios (Sausage Party). John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda) also serves as an exec producer. Luma Pictures are on board as the animation studio for Australia.
We are so excited that Arkie has engaged such high calibre talent,“ said producer Sophie Byrne. "Bachelor brings his unique comedic edge to Bunniguru, Woodley’s distinct voice, the right combination of vulnerability and savvy of Arkie, and Courtney the perfect blend of charisma mixed with sinister charm for the evil scientist, Dr Maybee”.
Odin’s Eye Entertainment (OEE) will ramp up sales in Cannes this year, already having closed deals with a number of key territories Madman (Australia / NZ), Italy (Notorious), Baltics (Best Film), Yugoslavia (Dexin), Middle East (Phonencia), Phillipines (Captive)
“Arkie is like no other,” said OEE founder Michael Favelle who also doubles as an exec producer. “It has the creative sensibility of Miyazaki fused with the vibrant colours of The Lorax and the heart and warmth of Amelie.”
UTA is packaging and also handling the U.S. sale, with further A-list cast in negotiation. Arkie is anticipated to hit screens in late 2019.
Woodley is represented by UTA and managed by Management 360, Courtney is also represented by UTA and managed by Silver Lining Entertainment and Morrissey Management, and Bachelor is repped by UTA and managed by Christina Bachelor.
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Cannes: Shailene Woodley, Jai Courtney Team for ‘Arkie’ (Exclusive)

Internet star Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor has also boarded the animated feature.

Shailene Woodley, Jai Courtney and online star Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor have joined the cast of animated feature Arkie.

The film, being introduced to buyers in Cannes, is created by Nathan Jurevicius, the award-winning artist behind the Scarygirl graphic novel and video game, and directed by his brother Luke Jurevicius (AACTA Award-winning Figaro Pho).

Arkie is a fantastical adventure about an inventive and inquisitive young girl, Arkie (Woodley), who must leave the safety of her home and embark on an epic journey to a dazzling but dangerous metropolis to rescue her father Blister from the clutches of the evil scientist Dr. Maybee (Courtney). Bachelor, with over 16 million online followers, will play the role of Bunniguru, a comedic adventurer who relies on his “book of useless proverbs” and wit to get him out of many jams.

“It’s been a brilliant journey participating in Arkie’s evolution over the years,” said the Jurevicius brothers. “We can’t wait to work with our wonderfully talented actors in bringing her world to life on the big screen. It’s so great that this film has attracted such significant talent. We knew Arkie’s story was strong, but having Shailene, Jai and Andrew are important confirmation that we are creating something truly special.”

The picture is an Australian / Canadian co-production lead by Sophie Byrne of Passion Pictures Australia (Academy Award winner The Lost Thing) and Nicole Stinn of Nitrogen Studios (Sausage Party). John Stevenson (Kung Fu Panda) also serves as an exec producer. Luma Pictures are on board as the animation studio for Australia.

“We are so excited that Arkie has engaged such high calibre talent,“ said producer Sophie Byrne. “Bachelor brings his unique comedic edge to Bunniguru, Woodley’s distinct voice, the right combination of vulnerability and savvy of Arkie, and Courtney the perfect blend of charisma mixed with sinister charm for the evil scientist, Dr Maybee”.

Odin’s Eye Entertainment (OEE) will ramp up sales in Cannes this year, already having closed deals with a number of key territories Madman (Australia / NZ), Italy (Notorious), Baltics (Best Film), Yugoslavia (Dexin), Middle East (Phonencia), Phillipines (Captive)

“Arkie is like no other,” said OEE founder Michael Favelle who also doubles as an exec producer. “It has the creative sensibility of Miyazaki fused with the vibrant colours of The Lorax and the heart and warmth of Amelie.”

UTA is packaging and also handling the U.S. sale, with further A-list cast in negotiation. Arkie is anticipated to hit screens in late 2019.

Woodley is represented by UTA and managed by Management 360, Courtney is also represented by UTA and managed by Silver Lining Entertainment and Morrissey Management, and Bachelor is repped by UTA and managed by Christina Bachelor. 

Underrated Horror Movies That Our Generation Should Talk About More

With Halloween only a few weeks away, the talk of the season easily becomes horror and everything like it; Especially horror movies. As millennials, it seems we all grew up on popular scary flicks such as Child’s Play, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Insidious, Paranormal Activity, and, as of lately, The Conjuring; All of which have spawned a series of three or more films after box office victories. However, there are a few other films that I believe hold just as significant weight as these films, if not more.

1. Halloween (2007)

One of my absolute favorites to watch during the Halloween season. Singer and filmmaker Rob Zombie, of the heavy metal band White Zombie, directed this remake of the iconic 1978 film. Even if you’re not a fan of the horror movie genre, you’ve heard of Michael Meyers and the Halloween franchise. But this movie is not talked about enough and deserves just as much hype as any other horror movie out there.

I remember like it was yesterday, my cousins and I spontaneously decided to sneak into an R-rated film and chose Halloween. At no point was I prepared for the cinematic greatness that I was about to experience before me.

Zombie, who had previously directed films such as House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, hit the ball out of the park with this remake. This installment in the Halloween series went more into the mind of the sadistic Michael Meyers and his determination to stalk and kill teenager Laurie Strode. If you’re a fan of storylines, then this movie is for you. The storyline and plot development is great, beginning from Meyers’s troubles as a youth, until his adulthood where his traumatic childhood manifests itself over. What makes this film so frightening is that you truly get sucked into the essence of Michael Meyers, seeing the development of a true psychopath and pure evil, something the original film failed to do.

If Corpses and Rejects didn’t give you a good look into Zombie’s mind, then you’ll definitely get one in Halloween. From the music to the cinematography, Zombie wholeheartedly embodies the chilling ambiance of Haddonfield, Illinois—Meyers’s hometown—on Halloween night, keeping the scenery as colorless as possible and the butcher knife killings as realistic as possible. Scout Taylor-Compton as Laurie Strode is a knock-out as well. You know how we always question how victims get caught by the killer even though the killer walks at 2mph? Well that definitely happens to Laurie. It’s just more believable without all of the running and falling out of nowhere. If you ever wondered what you would do if a psycho killer with a butcher knife was stalking you, Laurie does exactly that in this film. As cliché as it is to say, her acting is realistic as ever (not to diminish the talents of the amazing Jamie Lee Curtis aka the original Laurie Strode).

Halloween was met with a sequel in 2009, Halloween ll, which Zombie also directed. However, I didn’t find it as great as the first. The cinematography was still well-mastered but the storyline became more draining. The sequel went more into the mind of Laurie and how her psychosis was deteriorating by the minute, traumatized by the events of the previous film. It reminded me of Halloween 5, where Michael has a telepathic connection with his niece Jamie Lloyd played by Danielle Harris (Fun fact: Harris plays Laurie’s best friend in Zombie’s remakes).

2. The Scream Franchise

The subject of slasher films would not be complete without the Scream movies. Many great slasher films came before it, but Wes Craven’s—the Master of Horror— creation of the cult classic brought slasher films to light for the 90s. I call it a cult classic, but it seems it’s only a classic to those born in the mid to late 80s. When it comes to my generation—those born between 1991-1998—and the Scream movies, people seem to only know the movie’s mascot, Ghostface, but not the actual story behind him.

In my opinion, Ghostface only became popular amongst our generation because of Scary Movie, a comedic parody film that pokes fun at popular horror movies, directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans along with his brothers Shawn and Marlon Wayans. Scream was the main focus of Scary Movie, poking fun at events from the film but it’s a shame that the actual Scream franchise is not well-known as far as plot is concerned.

Scream follows the life of teenager Sidney Prescott, played by Neve Campbell, as she is being stalked by “Ghostface”, a relentless murderer who dons a ghost Halloween mask and black cloak. Without giving too much of the film away, Prescott’s mother was murdered so she is already traumatized by her gruesome death. The first film reveals her mother’s killer, while movies two and three go more in depth with the motive behind the slayings and the desire to kill Sidney next.

Scream spawned a total of four movies all starring Campbell as well as Courtney Cox and David Arquette, with its latest installment Scream 4 having been released in 2011, Craven’s last feature film before his death in 2015. It is one of the very few movie franchises that keeps its originality and edge consistently throughout every film. Each running joke and gag from the first film is maintained through the rest, with a different, unpredictable killer revealed in the end, maintaining Craven’s element of surprise for viewers.

3. Evil Dead (2013)

Maybe it’s the title or the horrifying previews that were used to promote the film, but Evil Dead is a horror film that is absolutely hardly ever spoken about, simply because barely anyone—in my experience—bothered to even watch it.

Like most horror films these days, Evil Dead is a remake of the original 1981 flick. The film’s title is exactly just that, a movie about the evil dead. I remember the previews for the film hitting televisions and movie screens everywhere and as unfazed by most horror movies that I tend to be, the previews were unsettling. I don’t know one person that didn’t change the channel when an Evil Dead preview flashed across the screen. I had never heard of Evil Dead before then and was not aware of the film from the 80s, but as a creature of habit, anything that frightens me, I gravitate toward it and begin to do my research.

Then I watched the 2013 film.

Evil Dead is all about five friends going to stay in an abandoned cabin in the woods. Why? Because the protagonist-turned-antagonist of the film, Mia, has a heroin addiction and the group plans to stay there to help Mia overcome her addiction.

The movie reveals the perfect set up for some superbly scary occurrences; abandoned cabin in the middle of nowhere, dead animal corpses in the basement, a lone book with warnings written in it to not touch it. The book gets touched anyway.

One of Mia’s lovely friends opens the book and reads out loud an incantation that releases a hateful demon that possesses Mia who then wreaks havoc on everyone in the cabin. It’s the events in the movie that take place that make me wonder why this movie isn’t talked about more. But then again, I see why. Everything in the film is evil; The friends become evil, the weather, even the trees. Under possession, Mia slices her tongue with a knife, scalds herself in the shower, shoots her brother with a shotgun, vomits blood, and many other disturbing things.

Evil Dead deserves to be a topic of conversation whether positive or negative, despite how unnerving the movie may be.

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Written by Chantelle Polite
Photo Credit: Halloween Movie Franchise

The Monster of All Theories

What I’m about to say, I don’t believe has been said in any other theory before. Yes, there is a twin, an identical twin… And it is someone we have met, someone we think we know very well and yet don’t know at all. There are three. Bethany, Courtney, and Charlotte. All identical, only two are twins, Charlotte is a doppelgänger of both identical twins so you could say… There are triplets among us, at least there used to be.

Charlotte never meant to hurt anyone, she never did- in fact, the only things she did usually ended with no one dying, and yet someone… Someone out there was a cold-blooded murderer. That person is still out there. That person is who I’m going to name “Courtney” (an ode to the books!).

She killed Jessica. She killed Ian. She killed Garret. She killed Charlotte. She corrupted and tried to kill Alison. She met with Melissa. She had the visitors pass. She lived in the haunted house. She went to UPenn. Everything Charlotte didn’t admit to, Courtney was behind it. She was behind it all. It was said that Bethany Young was 20 when she died, making her and Courtney two years younger than Charlotte. Charlotte isn’t the one with the twin, Bethany and Courtney are identical twins and they look EXACTLY like Charlotte, and I’m going to prove it.

Lets start at the beginning, the twins story- this is the story of Bethany and Courtney. We originally thought that Charlotte was the one with the twin, that the other girl represented Alison… It sounded right but didn’t really fit, Charlotte never caused any intentional harm to Alison- therefore she couldn’t be one of the twins. We knew one of them was crazy enough to stab the other over a doll, that one of them was sent to Radley, and one of them was dead. Now, in the story- they never said the other twin died after the stabbing, it is merely assumed she died from the wounds.

Both twins survived, one was insane- the other was not. The dead twin that we see over and over repeatedly tells us that her sister keeps telling lies to her parents about her, I think it’s quite possible that Courtney stabbed herself to get Bethany thrown into Radley. In 3x13, the dead twin shows up again- she says she called her mother and asked to go home but her mother started crying. The dead twin then says her sister tells lies about her- telling her parents she ran away, that they fight all the time.

This could be interpreted as Courtney telling her parents that Bethany ran away from Radley when she was actually murdered.

How do I know that Bethany was the non-violent twin? The tapes. The tapes that were recorded during Bethany’s stay at Radley.


“She’s a bitch. She’s an evil bitch. I don’t mean nasty or rude, I mean evil! Without a soul! You could be the nicest person in the world, she gets them to do anything she wants! 5 minutes with her and you’d drown a bag of kittens if she asked, 2 minutes if you’re a man!”

The person that Bethany is talking about doesn’t fit anyone on the show that we know of, Charlotte was not evil, and I can’t stress enough that she repeatedly uses “she” to identify this person. But… There’s more, from another one of the tapes Bethany had been recorded on:

“Not destructive, self defense! It’s me or her, she’s not the only one who can make plans!”

Bethany sounded like it was either her or the other- neither could live while the other survived. (Harry Potter reference for my potterheads!)

Does that sound like someone who would just randomly push someone off the roof and then blame it on someone else? No… Because the one who pushed Marion off the roof wasn’t Bethany, it was Courtney. How do you think Charlotte knew how to get in and out of Radley? Someone showed her how.

I believe Courtney snuck in and out of Radley at will to cause trouble, that way she could do whatever she wanted and Bethany would take the blame. She’d take the blame every single time because she wasn’t the twin that was admitted.

Now, lets take a step back to 5x13, the Christmas episode… While rummaging through the DiLaurentis house, Hanna found a letter, a letter from Bethany to Alison. Does this letter sound like someone who has any intent on hurting Alison?

This letter solves one of the biggest mysteries on the show… The yellow tops. Courtney sent letters to Bethany pretending to be Alison, she’s the one who bought the yellow tops, she’s the one who set everything up. Charlotte following Bethany from Radley back to her house to protect Jessica proves the fact that she had absolutely no idea there were more than one yellow top out that night, in fact it proves that whoever set everything up was NOT Charlotte but someone else.

It’s funny how Melissa and Charlotte were supposed to have this huge relationship, yet the only time Charlotte mentions her was when it involved the trip to Cape May. Charlotte supposedly went to UPenn with Melissa, Melissa supposedly called Charlotte to tell her that Mona was in Radley… But Charlotte was already IN Radley. She had never met Mona before, she knew nothing about her, she listened to Mona talk about how happy they were that Alison was gone… And yet, why did Charlotte need a visitors pass? Why did she tell Melissa to notify her if Mona was ever in Radley? It’s because Charlotte wasn’t the one using the visitors pass, it was Courtney. Courtney used Charlotte’s “Cece Drake” alias to gallivant around, she made friends with Melissa- corrupted Alison, and caused mass mayhem around Rosewood.

Courtney started the entire thing, from day 1. The attack on Alison in the haunted house? It was right after the frat party, and right after Alison started receiving messages… And ironically, right after Alison told the twin story the first time. Courtney created destruction wherever she went, she got people in trouble and felt no remorse whatsoever.

The fact that Charlotte, Courtney, and Bethany looked alike worked for Courtney’s advantage, she could do whatever the hell she wanted and one or the other would get blamed for it. That’s also why Jessica was taking “Bethany” out, only it wasn’t Bethany, it was Courtney- she was blackmailing Jessica for either the existence of Charlotte, or the murder of Mrs. Cavanaugh- probably both. It was said at the stables where Jessica took her riding that “Bethany” threw a bucket at Jessica’s head, they never came back. Courtney then hated Jessica, she started to feed Bethany lies about Jessica having an affair with their father… This is when Bethany’s drawings turned dark, this is when Charlotte realized Jessica could be in danger- and therefore giving Courtney the motivation she needed to kill her twin once and for all. If Courtney’s plan worked Bethany would’ve killed Jessica, Courtney would’ve killed Bethany (both of them wearing the yellow top), and Alison would’ve went down for the murder because she was also in a yellow top. Bethany killing Jessica would match the anger she had towards Jessica so no one would question it, and Courtney murdering Bethany wouldn’t be questioned since both were in yellow tops, and Alison would’ve gone down for the murder because of the letter planted in the DiLaurentis house so it made to look like she planned to kill her. (Season 5 storyline anyone?)… That is, if Charlotte hadn’t have escaped and accidentally knocked Alison out in the first place.

Now, getting to the proof that Courtney is in fact Uber A… There are some requirements for the person who actually IS Uber A… 1. This person knows everything that happened on Labor Day. 2. This person dug up Bethany’s body in 3x01, proving that someone knew that body wasn’t Alison before anyone else. 3. This person knew every single person involved with each crime, aka Mona and Melissa, along with the accomplices who covered them up. 4. This person is highly intelligent, but absolutely insane and dangerous.

Charlotte had no idea that Alison was alive up until the night of the lodge fire, so how could she have possibly known the person in Alison’s grave wasn’t her? The simple answer is, she couldn’t have. This proves that whoever Uber A is knew not only the Bethany was dead and that Alison survived, but they knew who was responsible for each crime. Didn’t you ever wonder why exactly Melissa, Wilden, and others did the things they did? There was something they had done that someone knew about that held it against them.

Last episode Melissa said Charlotte called Wren and told him what Melissa had done, this would be impossible because Charlotte was watching Jessica bury Alison, she had been with Jessica the ENTIRE night while Bethany was knocked out and buried. Meaning someone saw everything happen and watched it unfold.

Another thing Charlotte said during the 6x10 finale stuck out to me… She said she could never trust Mona, that since she hit her best friend with a car, how could she trust her? And yet, the red coat who dug up Bethany’s body had Mona do it. Speaking of red coats, one of the scenes  with the A ending has red coat torching bobbleheads of the girls, if Charlotte had worn the red coat just that one time at the saw mill… Who bought the black hoodies in 3x01?

Now, I’m going to go back to the Season 4 finale when Jessica was murdered. We all know Charlotte didn’t do that, Jessica was the last person in the world who knew Charlotte existed and was the only person left who loved her. The person who did this was heartless, they wanted to hurt Charlotte and Alison in any way necessary, and that was taking away someone they loved, and someone who the killer absolutely hated. No one on the show hated Jessica more than Bethany, at least that’s what you’re made to think- and yet, if Bethany is dead, who STILL hated Jessica enough to kill her? Courtney.

Courtney isn’t like Charlotte or Mona, she has no real reason to do what she does… As Bethany said, “She’s a bitch. She’s an evil bitch. I don’t mean nasty or rude, I mean evil! Without a soul!”

Knowing just how evil, and just how smart Courtney was, she did things for Charlotte to hate Bethany (i.e. killing Marion and blaming it on her), and she did things for Bethany to hate Jessica (telling her about the “affair”). She pitted people against each other without them knowing it was even happening, and they didn’t even know they were being manipulated, Courtney had a reason for every single move she made- she never did anything that wouldn’t serve a purpose.

Now, reading the synopsis for an upcoming episode, it says that Alison believes she’s going insane- I think Courtney is going to be showing up (much like what Alison did when she was supposed to be “dead”) just to torture Alison, making her think Charlotte is still alive. Alison will probably think she’s going insane and will most likely be put in a place like Radley (possibly by her own hubby *cough*).

Now, who do I think killed Charlotte? Like I said in my Vertigo theory (which you can read here: http://theplltheorist.tumblr.com/post/137259102034/6x11-thoughts-and-vertigo), I think Dr. Rollins was the one to help murder Charlotte- while Courtney was there. From the tapes Bethany was recorded on, she said Courtney could get anyone to do anything she wanted within a few minutes of knowing them, 2 minutes if you’re a man. And I can guarantee you that he’s using his marriage to Alison as an alibi, Courtney probably told him to do it as an alibi but also to further damage Alison and put her away permanently. And we’ve also seen recently that whoever the big bad is right now has access to Medical Records, (Veronica and Yvonne’s).

And now, she’s going after Mona and Melissa as well, she’s framing Melissa for murder and torturing Mona as well. Melissa is going to most likely be pinned for some murder, whether it’s Charlotte or Bethany- right now it looks like Melissa may be going down for Charlotte’s murder because of the murder weapon being a part of her luggage bag. And remember, Melissa HATES Charlotte now for telling Wren what she did… So they’ll believe the motive.

Now, for the physical proof:

In 6x10, while Charlotte is explaining what happened Labor Day- she says that Bethany left with the Yellow Top, and from this letter that was found in 5x13… Someone was sending Bethany letters pretending to be Alison, and THEY are the ones who gave Bethany the yellow top. In 3x19 Jason stumbles out of the house, drunk and high- he sees Melissa and someone who looks like Charlotte in the yellow top. I think it’s very likely that Melissa was talking to Courtney, in fact- I think Courtney was the one who outed Alison and Ian to Melissa.

Whomever Melissa was talking to in the yellow top, she knew- she knew very well. And in 6x10 while Charlotte was explaining how she accidentally hit her thinking it was Bethany, Alison says that Jason saw her and Melissa talking, but it couldn’t have been Charlotte because she was in all black. So, whoever Melissa was talking to looked EXACTLY like Charlotte.

And in episode 4x24, when Alison was telling the girls what happened on Labor Day, she discovered the EXACT same yellow shirt in her room- along with an A message. So the person who sent both Alison AND Bethany yellow tops had a plan for them, and Charlotte was NOT included in that deal.

And again in 6x10, Charlotte said she stopped visiting Mona once they started weaning her off her meds- and yet, in 3x01 Red Coat took Mona to the cemetery to dig up Bethany’s body which Emily recalls in 3x18. This proves that whomever dug the grave up KNEW whoever was in that grave wasn’t Alison, and Charlotte believed Alison had been dead up until she discovers that Alison is alive in the Lodge Fire.

One of the most prominent pieces of proof that Bethany, Charlotte, and Courtney looked alike was in 6x10, while Charlotte is explaining what happened Labor Day when she mistook Alison for Bethany- Charlotte says this: “She stole my clothes and knew I had out privileges so she snuck out of Radley.”

Speaking of Red Coats… A recurring thing that keeps popping up are twins, specifically twins in red. Well, take a look:

The last photo is from the night Charlotte was murdered, whoever was in that red shirt was there when Charlotte was murdered… And since Marlene has confirmed there is an identical twin coming up, along with the fact Alison believes she’s going insane. It has to be someone who looks exactly like Charlotte without being her twin… I believe Courtney is alive and well, and we’re going to meet her… Very, very soon.

(P.S. Melissa is still the one trying to figure out who the killer is, and Dr. Rollins is still the one who killed Charlotte… None of that has changed!)

I have a lot more physical proof that she exists, but I’ve been writing this theory going on about 10 hours total so… If you have any questions, shoot me a message!

courtney got a lot of backlash for saying duncan can’t use pet names for her but she can use pet names for him but like the reason she said that was really obvious???

everytime duncan used a pet name for her it was in a condescending and derogatory way (e.g. princess) while courtney used them to show affection (e.g. “duncie”)

courtneys not evil or a hypocrite for trying to stop someone from mocking her when all she wanted to do was show them love