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'Pretty Little Liars' 2.03 Sneak Peeks: 'A' Wants to Play Cat and Mouse

June 22, 2011 (5:54 am) GMT
'A' needs Emily to stay in Rosewood to play the game, while Spencer is getting more suspicious about Jason who moves back to the DiLaurentis house.

"A" will not let one of the "" sign off of the game that easily. In a preview to the third episode of season 2, Emily gets a message from "A" who tells her not to move to Texas so that they can play cat and mouse. But Em comes up with an idea to convince her mom to stay in Rosewood, while she stays focused on her swimming career.

In other sneak peeks, Hannah is concerned about her mother's feeling towards her father, and Toby gives Spencer a shocking news that he now works for Jason DiLaurentis. In another clip Aria tells her friends that she signs up for a pottery class at Hollis College.

Since the girls are still trying to keep her distance apart from each other, Hanna turns to Lucas to see if she can join the yearbook staff to fill her time. Meanwhile, Spencer notches up her suspicions about what is going on in the DiLaurentis house now that Jason has moved back in.

"My Name Is Trouble" will air on Tuesday, June 28 at 8/7c on ABC Family.

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