But will Laurel help Emma take down Sutton & Rebecca, or will she reject her for lying for so long?
Rebecca (Charisma Carpenter) and Sutton (Alexandra Chando) have done a pretty good job of keeping their secrets to themselves — until tonight, that is. Not only did Emma learn the truth about her paternity on the Feb. 5 episode of The Lying Game, but her discovery inspired a game-changing confession that brought Laurel (Allie Gonino) into the fold. In a nutshell, this show just got even more complicated.
Allie Gonino tells HollywoodLife.com to expect more mystery, more men — and most importantly — more music!
ABC Family’s The Lying Game doesn’t return with its second season until January, but because some secrets are just too good to keep, Allie Goninois giving HollywoodLife.com a peek at what’s to come — and it sounds like big changes are on the way for her character. “In season one, Laurel hung back and kept to herself,” Allie says. “She had all the boyfriends and the music stuff going on, but now she’s fully entrenched in the drama and the mystery of it all.”
Justin ‘Crazy Eyes’ Miller finally came clean on the Jan. 16 episode of ‘The Lying Game!’ And his secret is as crazy as his eyes.
I didn’t think it was possible, but somehow everyone’s lives have gotten even more complicated now that Sutton (Alexandra Chando) is back in Phoenix, and I’ve got a feeling the mayhem she caused on the Jan. 16 episode of The Lying Gamewas merely a taste of what’s to come. Not only is Emma’s place in the Mercer family now jeopardized, but so is her relationship with Ethan (Blair Redford), as well as Sutton’s relationship with Thayer (Christian Alexander.) Oh, and she has no idea who wrote that terrifying letter.
Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you haven’t watched the Jan. 9 episode of ‘The Lying Game!’
If there’s one thing no one can deny about Sutton Mercer (Alexandra Chando) it’s that the girl knows how to make an entrance. After months of wondering whether or not The Lying Game‘s evil twin was dead at the bottom of a lake, fans got their answer when Sutton emerged on the show’s Jan. 9 episode — and she was understandably pissed.
Allie gives HollywoodLife.com the scoop on The Good Mad, and reveals that they’ll perform on ‘The Lying Game!’
Remember that scene on The Lying Gamewhen Justin first ran into Laurel while she was practicing her violin? Well, not only was Allie Goninonot faking her violin skills, but she and her strings are now part of a brand-new musical “outfit” called The Good Mad — and you’re about to know them very well.
Plus, Laurel wants to lose her virginity! Do you think she’s ready?
While Sutton (Alexandra Chando) remained a captive in the same mental hospital as her mother, Eduardo (Rick Malambri) was in dire condition after his car “accident.” To make things even more complicated, Thayer (Christian Alexander) decided to stick around and look out for Mads (Alice Greczyn), while Laurel (Allie Gonino) became desperate to lose her virginity to squatter boyfriend Justin (Randy Wayne.)
Are you glad Emma and Ethan are finally giving into their feelings? Something tells me Sutton isn’t too pleased.
On the Sept. 12 episode of The Lying Game, Emma (Alexandra Chando) decided not to go to homecoming because Laurel (Allie Gonino) was grounded, but ended up changing her mind when Char (Kirsten Prout) and Mads (Alice Greczyn) forced her to run for queen. And because Emma is such a good person, she convinced the Mercers to let Laurel go to the dance with Justin (Randy Wayne.) But the evening took an interesting turn when Emma discovered a picture of Mr. Mercer, Mr. Rybeck, and the twins’ birth mom from high school — together!