Benjamin Light and Marco Sparks break down each episode of Pretty Little Liars in ever increasing detail. This feed covers Pretty Little Liars seasons 1-7 and The Perfectionists season 1.
PLL Commentary - s04e12 “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t”
Journey with us to spooky Ravenswood for this special Halloween episode of PLL. We’re joined by director Norman Buckley to lay down a commentary track for s04e12 “Now You See Me, Now You Don’t,” aka the one where we learn about the A-ness of Ezra. How is Emily chained to a conveyor belt? Nevermind, look, it’s CeCe in a Red Coat, and Aria doing kickboxing!
PLL Commentary - s03e16 “Misery Loves Company”
A very special welcome to Pretty Little Liars’ showrunner and creator I. Marlene King, who has joined us to provide commentary for the first episode she directed, s03e16 “Misery Loves Company.” Stephen King homages and creepy dolls abound. You know why we picked you, right?
PLL Commentary - s04e10 “The Mirror Has Three Faces”
Someone’s been living in the DiLaurentis basement! We’re joined by special guest Lesley Fera, aka Veronica Hastings herself to provide commentary for s04e10 “The Mirror Has Three Faces.” Some great Mona vs Veronica scenes in this ep, in addition to Wren being super sus, Toby still hung up on his loser mom, and Red Coat creeping in mirrors.
PLL Commentary - s04e04 “Face Time”
Where do you go when you need to trade information in exchange for a mask of your own face? Howabout special guests Joseph Dougherty and Norman Buckley, the filmmaker’s behind today’s commentary track for s04e04 “Face Time.” We’ve got some classic scenes to discuss, like Melissa and Spencer at the lake, Lt. Tanner humoring Hanna in the park, and whether Aria is hurt or injured.
PLL Commentary - s04e03 “Cat’s Cradle”
The 10-year anniversary celebration rolls in with a special double-guest commentary track for s04e03 “Cat’s Cradle.” We are joined by writer Joseph Dougherty and director Norman Buckley to talk Baker Bro Zach, Aria’s distaste for dudes who don’t like her black & white movies, and the one and only Hector Lime, Merchant of Masks and Secrets.
PLL Commentary - s03e21 “Out of Sight, Out of Mind”
What better way to ring in the 10-year anniversary of Pretty Little Liars than rolling a cop car into the lake? This time on the pod, we’re joined once again by special guest Melanie Mayron, the director of the episode, to provide live commentary for s03e21 “Out of Sight, Out of Mind,” aka, the one where Spencer loses it and ends up in a mental hospital at the end.
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Simply the best PLL bros
I've been meaning to write this review for a while and I'll still work on making it better but for now I just want to say thank you to you two for making the PLL experience so much more enjoyable!! You had such a fresh delightful insight on each episode of the show and that was really needed after 7 years of dedication. I particularly loved your interviews with the crew as someone who doesn't know much about the industry of filmmaking it was amazing to understand the process from different perspectives. Also we share that same love and admiration for Troian Bellisario and I love how enthusiastic she was to be featured in your podcast twice !!
I'm not the first French listeners but I'll send you an other "Merci" from France :)
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These guys... I mean THESE GUYS... are simply the best. Insightful, hilarious, Vanderjesus devotees, a wee bit nasty - but just the right amount - the whole package.
Not only have they made me wet myself almost everyday for over a year and look like a lunatic on the subway, they have actually allowed me to look at this show in a whole different way and to appreciate all the elements that come into the making of a tv show.
A big "merci" from France - and kudos for your pronounciation.