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Looks like Emma and Sutton are finally on the same side in this new preview for the spring finale of The Lying Game.
Earlier this week on the hit ABC Family show, we saw the twins (Alexandra Chando) come face to face with their biological father (Andy Buckley), Jordan (Ryan Rottman) getting initiated into the secret Lying gang and Thayer (Christian Alexander) stop accussing dad Alec (Adrian Pasdar) for everything.
So what’s coming for the finale?
“Ethan (Blair Redford) is going to surprise us by the way he has to choose between family and Emma,” executive producer Chuck Pratt Jr. shared. “His choice, and his level of emotion — I can promise you’ll see him cry in the next two episodes — is going to shock us. He’s not just a handsome, romantic hunk; he’s also got feelings. Real feelings.”
We can’t wait to watch!
‘The Lying Game’ Spring Finale Sneak Peek!
In tonight’s episode “Catch Her In The Lie,” the Flipside Formal offers Emma (Chando) the chance to try and trap Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) and Sutton (also Chando) in a lie, but she needs Ethan’s (Redford) help to pull it off. Laurel (Allie Gonino) struggles with where her loyalties lie, while Kristin (Helen Slater) makes a troubling discovery that has more significance than she realizes.
Jordan (Ryan Rottman) continues to waffle between Laurel and Mads (Alice Greczyn), and Theresa’s defense of Alec (Adrian Pasdar) threatens to drive a wedge between her and Dan. Meanwhile, Rebecca and Ted (Andy Buckley), and Alec and Kristin, each reminisce about old times.
“Catch Her In The Lie” premieres TONIGHT @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 15+ pics inside… More Here! »
The Lying Game is chasing down that #1 spot for Tuesdays.
The show, starring Alexandra Chando, Blair Redford, Alice Greczyn, Allie Gonino, Christian Alexander and Ryan Rottman, placed in the number two spot for the third week in a row, just behind lead-in Pretty Little Liars.
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Alice, who stars as Mads, sounded off on twitter about the relationship between Mads and Jordan, played by Ryan.
“Personally, I don’t think Mads n Jordan have anything to be ashamed of. They’re not blood–not even step-sibs, given Rebecca left his dad,” she wrote. “However… The important thing is what you guys think. Would YOU do your (sort of)step-brother?”
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In tomorrow night’s episode, “Much Ado About Everything,” Emma (Chando) and Thayer (Alexander) further their investigation into the twins’ birth mother and what Sutton (also Chando) may know about her.
Laurel (Allie Gonino) begins to suspect that something is not right with her sister and makes everyone nervous when she starts asking questions. Using ammunition provided by Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter), Sutton lashes out at Kristin (Helen Slater) during what is supposed to be a peaceful Mercer family dinner.
“Much Ado About Everything” airs Tuesday night, February 5th @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 15+ pics inside… More Here! »
In tomorrow’s episode, “Advantage Sutton,” Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) advises Sutton (Chando) to reclaim her life, leading Sutton to challenge Emma (also Chando) to a tennis match – winner gets to live as Sutton Mercer. Ethan (Redford) is in danger of failing out of school, so Emma offers to tutor him, breaking plans with Thayer (Christian Alexander) in the process.
Meanwhile, Laurel (Allie Gonino) decides to ask out Jordan (Ryan Rottman), but ends up bringing Mads along on their date. And new evidence comes to light that may exonerate Alec (Adrian Pasdar), or may further prove his guilt.
“Advantage Sutton” airs TOMORROW, January 22nd @ 9PM ET/PT on ABC Family. 10+ pics inside…
“Advantage Sutton” Clip