Marco Furey comes close to finding out the truth about Archer Dunhill in Pretty Little Liars season 7 episode 16. For a refresher on what happened last week, read my recap of episode 15.
Pretty Little Liars season 7 episode 16 opens with Spencer Hastings being questioned about the night she had drinks with Marco at The Radley. She starts answering “I don’t recall” to each question even before they’re asked.
Furey advises Spencer to get a lawyer. He tells her that he’s about to get Archer’s credit card receipt and, if Spencer’s signature is on it, he’ll get a warrant for her arrest.
Emily Fields surprises Alison DiLaurentis with a nursery she decorated. Alison tells Emily that she can stay with her as long as she wants.
The game goes off signaling that it’s Hanna Marin‘s turn. She has to pick up a computer from a repair shop. Meanwhile, Aria Montgomery gets a text from AD reminding her that it’s still secretly her turn.
Caleb Rivers worries about Hanna putting herself in danger. She says that it’s just a computer repair shop.
The Liars agree to do a stakeout. When Hanna drops off the laptop, they’ll see who shows up to get it.
Emily visits Alison and shows her a mobile she wants to hang above the baby’s crib. She insists on making her breakfast. Alison says that she can’t because she’s running late.
Aria sneaks into Alison’s house and messes with the nursery. Emily comes home and hears her. She searches the house, but Aria manages to get out before Emily can find her.
Ezra Fitz goes to an event for his book. Someone asks if he’ll write another book about Nicole Gordon. He says that he’s about to start “another journey” with his co-author Aria.
Hanna and Caleb go to the police station. Caleb breaks a pipe so that the evidence will become soaking wet.
While Hanna and Caleb are still at the precinct, Hanna gets a voicemail from Mona Vanderwaal. She finds out that Emily and Alison mistook Mona for AD and chased her.
The Liars find Lucas Gottesman in the apartment where Hanna is staying. He tells them he’s searching for a second graphic novel he wrote with Charlotte DiLaurentis, which turned the idea of vengeance into a game.
When they’re alone, Hanna tells Lucas that she believes he wasn’t part of what happened to them. She asks if their business partnership was real and he says that he thinks she’s talented.
At the end of the episode, AD opens the graphic novel that Lucas and Charlotte made. They draw out a gravestone and write “Here Lies.”