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The Lying Game - S01E03

Drama . Mystery

After revealing Sutton's real relationship with Ethan, the Mercers insist she invite him over for dinner. Hesitant because of his obvious feelings for Emma, Ethan obliges, only to have the dinner cut short by a disturbing visit from Dan. As Emma and Ethan struggle to keep order in Arizona, Sutton and Thayer discover shocking revelations in Los Angeles pertaining to the search for the girls' birth mother. Although the outcome may not turn out to be what Sutton had hoped for, it does lead her to wonder what everyone around her has been hiding for all these years. Will Sutton be able to find the answer about why she and Emma were separated, or will her curiosity put her and her loved ones' lives in danger? Meanwhile, Laurel falls for a new guy in school hoping she will finally have something of her own, as opposed to always being in Sutton's shadow. Unfortunately her wishful thinking is cut short when Char calls dibs on the one Laurel did not want to share.

Episode Title: Double Dibs
Airs: 2011-08-29 at 09:00 pm
  • Mark A. Perigard

    Watch and you'll want to play along, too.

    Boston Herald Full Review
  • Robert Lloyd

    Pretty Little Liars managed to find an organic groove, and there's reason to think this close cousin can also find its feet and walk.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Geoff Berkshire

    If the target audience can endure tortured dialogue like, "A lie's a lie, but if the reasons are reasonable, then maybe you can forgive the lie," then, truth be told, Lying might stay in the game for awhile.

    Variety Full Review
  • Rob Owen

    The Lying Game is not great television by any means but it's an adequate teen soap filled with attractive performers playing characters much younger than their actual ages, something the target audience for this type of series has come to expect.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • Diane Werts

    Nothing is left unspoken in dialogue as blandly obvious as "I am the only other person who knows" and "She had a lot of secrets."

    Newsday Full Review