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‘The Lying Game’ Photo Preview: Regrets Only

Episode: "Regrets Only" - Photo Credit: Felicia Graham/ABC Family

Rebecca’s plan to break-up Kristin and Ted gets some help from an unlikely source. Sutton and Rebecca’s bond may start to crack in the episode “Regrets Only,” airing Tuesday, February 19.

Previously on The Lying Game, Sutton had the tables turned on her when Emma, Ethan and Thayer played their own lying game on her. Emma’s plan to pose as Sutton with Rebecca failed after Sutton managed to get a message to her. Mads continued to fight her feelings for Jordan, Emma realized Ted may have been behind the murder, and Thayer and Emma finally made love.

In the episode “Regrets Only,” Emma struggles to make sense of newfound revelations and shifts in her relationships with Ethan and Thayer. After hearing Emma’s suspicions about Rebecca, Sutton’s faith in her mother begins to falter and she decides to take matters into her own hands. Rebecca is thrilled when Kristin and Ted’s marriage continues to unravel, putting her one step closer to achieving her goal.   Meanwhile, Alec realizes that Jordan could be a strong ally in his private war with his wife.

“The Lying Game” is produced by Alloy Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television, and is executive produced by Charles Pratt Jr., Leslie Morganstein, Gina Girolamo, and Fred Gerber.

The series cast includes Alexandra Chando, Andy Buckley, Allie Gonino, Alice Greczyn, Blair Redford, Charisma Carpenter, and Helen Slater.  Guest stars in “Regrets Only” include Adrian Pasdar, Christian Alexander, Tyler Christopher, Ryan Rottman and Yara Martinez.

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  • I was kind of thrown off by how matter-of-fact Emma was about losing her virginity to Thayer – that set the tone right away for this being an episode of surprises.

    This episode really also sets up Theresa big time…I think she’s stuck in the middle of a web of everything and hope it doesn’t end bad for her, as I really like her character. Speaking of Theresa, one other note was that I really loved that song that plays when Theresa comes home with flowers and Ethan overhears her say she found them on Derek’s grave. I looked it up and found out it “Soon” by Peter Black it really reminded me kind of like the Arcade Fire or U2 but not as self-important if that makes any sense.

  • Thanks for the photos. This sounds like a pretty intense episode with all the relationship drama going on (it looks like Kristin is getting close to Alec again.) Unfortunately I’m not going to be able to see this episode right away because I work at DISH when The Lying Game airs, but I’m recording it. My DISH Hopper can record up to six shows at once during primetime, so I can always record The Lying Game and my roommates can still record all their shows too. I love not having to fight with my roommates over what to record.

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