THE LYING GAME - "To Lie For" - Events of recent weeks finally reach the breaking point in the winter finale of "The Lying Game," airing on March 12 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on ABC Family. (ABC FAMILY/FELICIA GRAHAM)
BLAIR REDFORD, ALEXANDRA CHANDO
Growing suspicions has everyone on edge in the season two winter finale of ABC Family’s The Lying Game, airing Tuesday, March 12.
In “To Lie For,” events of recent weeks finally reach the breaking point for Sutton, Emma and their friends and family. The charity gala takes a somber turn as everyone honors the memory of a loved one. Dan issues Ethan an ultimatum that has heartbreaking consequences. Emma finally confronts Rebecca about her lost childhood. Ted tries to find the right way to tell Kristin about another secret from his past. Meanwhile, an unexpected twist brings the fundraiser to a crashing halt.
“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 “To Lie For” include Adrian Pasdar, Christian Alexander, Tyler Christopher and Ryan Rottman.
I hate cliff hangers! I’m already counting the days to when this show picks back up again. I need an explanation on what Thayer had against Theresa. I also really need to know what happened to Alec…urgh, it’s frustrating when they have such a good season of a show and it’s unclear when/if it will continue.
One last thought about this episode, I really loved that scene where Sutton is hitting tennis balls, trying to blow off some steam after Ethan told her it’s over between them. She really does a great job of just conveying emotion with her body language in that scene, it’s a great piece of acting, plus I really liked that song that played (evidently it’s called “Madness in the Air” by a band I’ve never heard of before, Friends of Desire). Alexandra Chando is the best!
Thanks for the synopsis. I can’t wait to find out what happens when Emma confronts Rebecca. Unfortunately I won’t be able to watch this episode live because I work at DISH on Tuesday nights, but I’ll record it. My DISH Hopper can record up to six shows at once during primetime, so it will be easy for me to record The Lying Game and my roommates will still able to record all their shows, too. It’s great that we don’t have to argue over what to record.
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