PLL Episode 6x03 Songs of Experience
Clues in the Episode that Aria is A
This is quite and interesting scene with Aria and Andrew. After Aria was trying to hard to throw Andrew under the bus for putting them in the dollhouse (which was obviously suspicious as well) her and the other girls find him walking out of the police station after he was let go. The police did not have enough evidence to build a solid case on Andrew. Aria sees him and tries to apologize. Andrew (obviously mad) freaks out at Aria for trying to pin it on him, but who would blame him? Earlier in the episode Mrs. Hastings was talking to the girls and said in an interview with Andrew he said "Apparently, when they questioned Andrew he had a few things to say about you and the other girls...How you all tricked him into helping you." This is such an interesting comment because Andrew was obviously working for one of the girls. I don't know who else it could have been besides Aria! He was the one spending the most time with Aria lately. They were apparently doing school work, but it wouldn't surprise me one bit if she was trying to get him in one her A business. When Aria and Andrew are outside fighting, Andrew says "I wanted to help!" This is definitely another interesting quote. It proves that Andrew was obviously on board with the plan, but was not on board with the manipulation and how messy it got toward the end with Aria trying to accuse him of kid napping them. This scene definitely concludes my theory that Andrew was helping Aria on the A team!
In these past couple episodes, Ezra has really put an emphasis on Aria's ability to write. In this episode he specifically tells Aria "You can write!". Throughout the episodes there have definitely been some A references towards writing. We know that Aria was always considered "The Writer" at least according to Duncan towards the end of season 2. Duncan has given us some very interesting, but useful information on A. He used to know Ali and always thought it could be a friend that she should be afraid of. He definitely did put en emphasis on Aria being 'the writer'. We have see Aria always writing in her secret journals. I'll bet they have a lot of juicy secrets about her torturing the girls and how and why she did it. I definitely think there is a bigger meaning behind Aria being the writer. There are just too many references to it and connections to A as well...