'Pretty Little Liars': Will 'A' get Hanna to betray Aria and Ezra?

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Is Hanna ( Ashley Benson) going to pull the ultimate BFF betrayal and reveal Aria ( Lucy Hale) and Ezra's ( Ian Harding) secret relationship?

Since "Pretty Little Liars" has returned, we've seen "A" manipulate Hanna into doing horrible things for money that she desperately needs to help her mother. "A" tried to get Hanna to go back to her destructive behavior towards food and forced her to break both Sean and Lucas' hearts, but we have a bad feeling the next task is going to be the worst yet.

When we talked to Lucy Hale at ABC's winter TV critics press tour, one thing she said really stuck out to us: "'A' is very smart and is taking it up a notch. This person thinks that the only way to break these girls apart it to put them up against each other, especially Hanna and Aria. There's something huge that happens. That's pretty much all I can say."

Zap2it recently spoke with Ashley Benson who said, "A makes [Hanna] do something really horrible, against her will" and that her friendship with one of the girls in particular is really tested in the next couple of episodes.

At the time, we were curious to know what "A" could possibly use to drive a wedge between the two girls. Now after watching this preview for Monday, Jan. 31's episode, we have a feeling it's everyone's favorite vest-loving teacher.

In the clip from "If At First You Don't Succeed, Lie, Lie Again," Spencer ( Troian Bellisario) gives Aria tickets to a "museum thingy" for her and Ezra to use so they can go on a real date. While Spencer seems dangerously close to buying a "Team Ezria" t-shirt, Hanna kind of has a weird reaction to their out of town date. We don't think Hanna is going to tell anyone about their relationship (that's just too evil), but maybe "A" might be able to get Hanna to sabotage Aria's alibi. (She's supposed to be spending the night at Spencer's house.)

What do you think, Zappers? Do you think this is the huge thing that happens to Aria and Hanna or are we "A" levels of crazy?




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