Plus, Miranda reunites with a (literal) ghost from her past.
Caleb (Tyler Blackburn) had a close encounter of the super-old kind when he connected with one of “Caleb River’s” relatives on the Nov. 12 episode of Ravenswood; and I put Caleb’s name in quotes because, honestly, history was never my best subject and I’m not sure how many Calebs there have been. Meanwhile, Miranda (Nicole Anderson) also reached out and touched a family member — only hers, somehow, had even less of a pulse!
Miranda made contact with her late mother at the end of the episode, exiting into a doorway of bright light. It was very emotional and very weird and I can’t wait to see where they disappeared to. Of course, that mother-daughter reunion came after she admitted to having feelings for Caleb! I felt bad when Olivia (Merritt Patterson) set her straight — “You’re not exactly available” — but somebody had to do it. That whole exchange only made watching Miranda write an e-mail to Hanna (Ashley Benson), “from” Caleb, even more heartbreaking.
Why am I getting so emotional about ghosts?!
But back to Caleb’s weirdo relative: The guy randomly dropped by Caleb’s place to give him a key, which led to a door, which led to a box — it was all very Scooby-Doo — which might, possibly, contain an explanation as to why Caleb looks so much like the Caleb on the gravestone! It’s still anyone’s guess at this point; I’m just hoping for another prolonged Caleb-in-a-towel scene. Ravenswood showrunners, you are so good to us.
Lastly, for some reason, Luke decided the best way to escape all the drama would be to join the drama club — which, big surprise, literally doubled the amount of drama in his life. And the fact that the play was about ghosts wasn’t even the worst part; no, that would be when Luke was paired up with Tess, kissed her, then told Remy about it. Seriously, why did he join the drama club?!
Oh, one more thing: Collins (Steven Cabral) is keeping some of Miranda’s hair in a little jar. That is all.
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— Andy Swift