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Pretty Little Liars Reveals Who Killed Charlotte in Second to Last Episode Ever

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Really though. WHAT. 

In its penultimate episode, Pretty Little Liars really made us say "What?!" multiple times. Sometimes it was in awe of plot twists. Sometimes it was in anger at a disappointing reveal. And sometimes (often), it was in response to someone's very stupid decision. 

The stupidest decision of all was the one towards the end of the episode, when all the liars realized Dunhill's body was buried under Charles' fake grave, so they took some shovels out there to apparently remove it from its safest place yet (if we just forget about the fact that it would have made a lot more sense to call the police when he originally died). Then, just as they realized digging it up was the worst idea, Tanner showed up with a bulldozer. 

Lucky for all the liars (despite the fact that they could probably all use a bit of time in jail), they found Mary Drake at the police station confessing to Dunhill's murder and the murder of Jessica DiLaurentis. (What!) 

Tanner sent them all home. "You're not criminals, not really," she told them, which is not exactly true. 

(Quick question here: if Mary knew where the body was, did she put it there? If so, who helped her? Is she officially on the AD team? Still confused by whatever game she's playing.) 

Elsewhere, Mona was revealed to be Charlotte's killer (What?!), but she didn't exactly mean to. Turns out all of Charlotte's recovery was a lie, and she was still just as psychotic as ever when she was released from the hospital. Mona was the only one who knew the truth, and went to confront her in the bell tower. 

They ended up fighting after Charlotte took credit for destorying everyone's lives and announced that things were going to get much worse. During their fight, Mona pushed Charlotte up against the wall, killing her when she hit her head. 

In present day, Mona was a mess. She had sort of reverted to pre-makeover Mona and tried to recreate the night Charlotte died (What?), nearly killing Hanna in the process (What?!) until Spencer and Caleb saved her. 

While they were all learning things and nearly dying in the bell tower, AD was leaving more puzzle pieces on the car, but it appeared that the board game was over since AD probably now knew who killed Charlotte.

Speaking of AD, the episode ended with him or her driving into the sunset with tiny little doll versions of the liars in a bag on the front seat. 

As for what this means for next week's series finale, we have literally no idea, but we're kind of OK if it just ends up being an hour and a half of AD standing there explaining how every single thing that has ever happened on this show was possible, followed by a half hour of everybody's happy endings.

Also, we just have to discuss Ezra's response when Aria announced her concerns with disposing of a dead body:


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Daniel Day-Lewis Quits Acting: 10 Other Celebs Who Quit the Biz

Daniel Day-Lewis

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What would it take for you to walk away from the limelight?

For Daniel Day-Lewis , it's three Oscars and lifetime career of being considered the best actor in the business. But even all that couldn't keep the notorious method actor, who famously built a canoe for Last of the Mohicans, broke his ribs for My Life Foot and spent time in solitary confinement for In the Name of the Father , in the game.

Earlier today, the 60-year-old British actor made a surprise announcement, telling the world that he's stepping away from the stage and screen—for good.

In the statement, Day-Lewis’ spokeswoman, Leslee Dart , confirmed the news: "Daniel Day-Lewis will no longer be working as an actor. He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject."

It may seem like a drastic life move (which wouldn't be Day-Lewis' first—remember the whole shoe cobbler thing?), but this isn't the first time he's gone rogue and taken a break from acting, only to come back to the craft. However, this is the first time he's officially said goodbye.

Yet, it turns out that while many would give their left foot (pun intended) for a shot at his kind of super stardom, Day-Lewis is not the only one in Hollywood who's hung up his old-timey 'stache and jaunty hat in search of something else.

Here are 10 other stars who've retired from acting: 

Sean Connery After filming Dr. No in 1962, the Scottish actor became Mr. Yes in Hollywood with over 90 film and television credits under his belt.

In June 2006, the Oscar Winner actor, who was 75-years-old at the time, announced his intention to retire and that's just what he's done He voiced a video game in 2005 and an animated film Sir Billi in 2012, but other than that all's been quiet with the former 007.

His last film was the super dud League of Extraordinary Gentleman , which came out in 2003. There were rumors he'd come out of retirement for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull , but he didn't. Connery famously told the BBC that he didn't want to because retirement was "just too much damned fun."

Dennis Franz

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Sidney Poitier: Despite acting in over 50 films and TV shows, the Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? actor has not appeared in anything since 2001. But that doesn't mean he hasn't been busy, Poitier's been working with the United Nations and was even awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009.

David Caruso: The former NYPD Blue actor, who has serious rep for being seriously difficult to work with, hasn't done anything since CSI: Miami ended in 2012.

Dennis Franz: When NYPD Blue  ended its 12-year run in 2005, the one-time acting powerhouse, who appeared in over 260 episodes of the show, said goodbye to acting


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