Spencer is seen in a black shirt with full sleeves and a white coat at first.This is from when Furey confronts her, however in the next scene we see her at the airport with Wren. I don’t think that’s actually Spencer because she is wearing different clothes, a black shirt with half sleeves. NOT ONLY THAT, but after that we see her coming out of the shower. Ok so my point is why would Spencer change from her black shirt and the white coat into another black shirt and then later shower? Shouldn’t she have showered first? Why change twice? I don’t know about you guys but I think this is really important, let me know what you think!
Secondly, why would Ezra ever mention her meeting with Wren to Furey? Ezra has no connection with the detective!! It’s not like he hangs out with Furey nor would he walk into the station and announce that he saw Spencer with Wren. It would have made sense if she asked him not to tell Aria.
anyone else think how odd and random it was that spencer met wren. I mean the scene literally came out of nowhere. 1 min she was upset and fury the next she was upset coming out of the shower, how did she end up at the airport with wren in between? If they’re going with the twin plot line, i feel like that wasn’t wren and spencer, but actually wren with spencer’s twin. That explains why she didn’t want ezra to mention it. Especially with wren’s connection to radley and mary and charlotte i truly wouldn’t be surprised if he was conspiring with the twin.
***I know this is a reach but with this show i truly don’t know anymore***
Why would Spencer, after Marco accused her of Rollin’s murder, meet up with Wren to supposedly talk about charlottes killer?? FOR WHAT? And why now? She died 20 episodes ago! That’s so off topic of what she should be worrying about right now!
This was a huge episode for the “Spencer has a Twin” theory,
because we possibly got a very good look at her, this week.
As a brief recap of the moment leading up, we have Aria
becoming a spy for A.D. (who is now video-chatting her with the weirdest face
and voice disguising software ever—looking and sounding like Aria), and she and
Ezra getting into an argument over whether he should really be going up to
Maine to take care of Nicole or not. Luckily
for us, Ezra went anyway, because as he turns away from the Departures board
(where it would appear his flight has been delayed, though admittedly, I didn’t
get a great look at specific locations), he spots Spencer in an argument with a
shaved-headed man in the café.
Ezra tries to turn away, because the discussion Spencer is
having with the man is clearly heated, but Spencer spots him, and calls
out. As the man turns around, we see
none other than Dr. Wren Kingston, who many of us, including myself, have
insisted (rightly or wrongly) must be
involved in the A-Game. There is many a
loose thread involving Wren since the last time we saw him (in season 4,
apparently? My, how time flies…),
including the audience seeing him coloring in a picture of a dark-haired woman
in a red coat, and delivering an odd phone call that was never explained, where
he told someone he was taking care of his side of things.
Yes, indeed, Dr. Kingston has lurked in the background,
girl- and hospital-hopping in an entirely suspicious manner. And now we see him back (from Julian Morris’s
other acting gigs) again in season 7, ¾ of the way to the end of the season,
and the finale of the show.
Alright, so I don’t think that the different watches on
different wrists is quite as crucial as I initially did when I heard about it
(I’ve been rewatching the show from season 6B, on, and am currently at the
start of season 7), but I will say that, having watched Troian Bellisario’s
wrists very carefully (way too
carefully—I’m going to start forgetting that she has a face), she is never without a watch. That is to say, she might not wear a watch
getting out of the shower, and such, but fully clothed, she is always, always wearing either her analog watch,
on her right hand, or her Apple Watch, on her left hand. In this scene, the Spencer we see is wearing no watch, and specifically asks Ezra not to say anything to anyone about seeing she
and Wren at the airport. Really?
I mean, okay, it could just be fodder for the masses, a giant red
herring, and if so, it’s well-delivered, because I am buying it hook, line, and
sinker. This is not Spencer.
I watch this show with my mother, sometimes, and she was
watching it tonight. She finds my “forensic”
(as she puts it) analysis of the episodes to try to bolster my theories
entertaining, but tonight she said, “You’re right, that is not Spencer.” The whole
scene just cries out for masses of fan theories (which I’m sure will be
crashing in within an hour of the episode’s end), because it’s so off-feeling. Spencer at the airport, right around the same
time she’s having issues with Detective Furey, hanging out with Wren (who
Melissa said broke up with her a few years prior), apparently in some kind of
major argument with him, wearing no watch for the first time since Hanna’s “dream”
about Spencer when she was being tortured, and asking Ezra not to tell anyone
about seeing her.
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but this feels like a