Jenna and Garrett are first seen interacting romantically in " For Whom the Bell Tolls ," when they kiss in Jenna's room. Jenna complains that Alison is taunting her from the grave. She turns to Garrett, who lets her know that he will make sure that nothing happens before kissing her. In " It's Alive ," Garrett pulls the Pretty Little Liars over before heading to the police station in order to debrief them about what to say.
After they speed off, it is shown that Jenna had been standing a few meters away, clearly listening in on their conversation.
The location was probably chosen beforehand. Later, Jenna and Garret sit together in his car the next night, staking out the DiLaurentis House , questioning why Jason moved back into the house. Garrett then calls Jenna to let her know it has been taken care of, no doubt protecting both their roles in the scandal. In " Surface Tension ," Aria deduces that Jenna had given the pretty pottery piece she had made in art class to Garrett.
Mike had found it in his apartment. In " Save the Date ," Garrett parks in front of the Cavanaugh house , which is across the street from his parents' house. Unbeknownst to him, he is being watched by the four Pretty Little Liars. He could go either way, but he chooses Jenna's house. The girls trod closer to take a better look, when the light flicks on, revealing Jenna, who slowly strips to reveal the same black negligee she was trying on in the store!
Garrett nears her, starts to caress her shoulders, then starts kissing her slowly, and Jenna kisses him back. Later, a juicy conversation between Jenna and Garrett ensues in his car. Garrett lets Jenna know that Spencer is onto something and questions whether Ian really killed Alison. In " Picture This ," while walking outside at night, Aria is stopped by Jason. Jenna wants to know what is going on and mumbles something about being able to see for herself soon. Jenna warns what secrets could be revealed should Jason and Aria ever hook up.
In " Touched by an 'A'-ngel ," after Spencer facetiously asks Jenna to send her regards to Garrett, Jenna enters Garrett's car and fumingly informs him that Spencer knows about their relationship - and is looking at yearbooks. Monsters in the End. Spencer goes to Toby, who is fixing his motorcycle. While they talk, Jenna comes out of the house, then, and calls Toby to drive her to school. It is unclear whether she overheard their date plans. For Whom the Bell Tolls.
Later, after discovering Jenna and Toby's relationship caught on tape, the girls realize what Jenna was seeking in hiring Caleb. They decide to approach her for answers. Jenna is very frightened, because she knows that she could easily go to jail for her crimes, so she seems genuinely contrite. She reveals that Alison indeed visited her in the hospital, but to threaten her to never tell anyone about her role in the prank or risk Alison's revealing the footage of Jenna sexually abusing her step-brother. Her supposed last words to Jenna were, "If you ever come back to Rosewood, I'll bury you.
They are thus far satisfied by her story. However they did not know the extent of Jenna's deceptions and actions at that time. After Spencer's near death experience, the girls are taken to the precinct for questioning in. However, before taking the girls to the station, Garrett pulls over to review with the girls his expectation that they omit his involvement with bribing Ian from the story.
Mysteriously, Jenna is secretly standing nearby as Garrett preps the girls for interrogation. My Name Is Trouble.
Jenna takes a pottery class at Hollis College , alongside Aria. Aria pretends to be Anita, so as to hide her identity from Jenna. It is interesting to note that when she was talking to Aria, thinking she is Anita, she shows a much sadder and more vulnerable side then she usually does.
kinun-houju.com/wp-content/vibiwymo/3527.php She has made a beautiful pottery piece, but is frustrated that she cannot see anything, not even the shadows it produces when lit. Aria tries to comfort her and praise her work, but when Jenna discovers that it was Aria, she goes ballistic, screaming at her to get out.
Aria finds that pottery piece among Mike's belongings. She assumes that Mike stole it from the Cavanaugh house, but he is sure that he stole it from Garrett's apartment. This causes Aria to realize that Garrett cannot be trusted. The girls see Garrett pull up to Toby and Jenna's House in his car. It could go either way, considering Garrett's parents live across the street. However, Garrett heads for Jenna's place, and the girls follow to watch.
Inside, Jenna removes her robe to reveal the black lace lingerie she was seen buying. She removes her glasses, and the two start to kiss passionately. Garrett and Jenna do a lot of spying together. There, they constantly refer to " The Jason Thing. The latest development is the possibility that Jenna will have a cornea replacement, which means that she may regain her vision at some point in the near future. Toby fills Spencer in on the details of the matter after she overhears Jenna discussing the possibility with a nurse at Rosewood Community Hospital.
Touched by an 'A'-ngel. At the Hastings', Spencer descends the stairs to find Jenna sitting on her living room couch. After doing a double-take, Jenna accuses Spencer of somehow breaking their agreement. She cites Spencer's digging up information about Ian's death and mocks her for her curiosity. Spencer tries to show her the door, but before she leaves, Jenna sharply announces that she knows that Toby is assisting her and that he rifled through her room.
She warns Spencer and Toby to back down. At the mention of Toby, Spencer mocks Jenna in return for the way that she "cares" about him. Before she leaves, Spencer pointedly tells her to say 'hi' to Garrett for her. Jenna teases the girls after the assembly, asserting that Alison could have used the lesson on bullying. Emily shoots the same accusation back at Jenna and snidely tells her to move her walking stick.
Over My Dead Body. Garrett leads her to the room on the other side of the glass of the investigation room. He locks the door, and Jenna laments that she cannot see their faces. Jenna is eager to get with Garrett, but he reminds her that he was patient enough to wait to get into the storage room; he can certainly wait a few more nights.
Their conversation also reveals that they wrote the note to Jason, making him suspect that he had killed his own sister, and that Jason has figured out that he is not the culprit. Garrett gives Jenna a note and instructs her to take it home and burn it. Jenna asks whether it is page 5, and Garrett doesn't contradict her assumption. Before kissing Garrett goodbye, Jenna remarks, "She deserved to die like that. Jenna is first mentioned by Toby in conversation to Emily. While unpacking some of Jenna's things from the moving truck, he describes her as someone who gets whatever she wants.
At the costume shop, Alison spots then-new girl Jenna buying her one costume—a "Lady G. She tries to intimidate her to buy a different one. The new girl noncommittally agrees to think about changing her decision, but turns her attention away from Alison. Before walking away, Alison offers her name, to which the girl replies that she already knows it, and her own name is Jenna. They smile pleasantly, if not falsely, at each other. Alison approaches her herself. Jenna is flanked by boys, but they all scram when Alison orders them to. Alison offers to befriend Jenna, thereby making her popularity in Rosewood a sure thing.
However, Jenna turns her down and says that she likes to pick her own friends. When Jenna saunters away victoriously, Mona declares her the best Gaga, and the two introduce themselves. Through Many Dangers, Toils, and Snares. Jenna has yet to be seen during the second half of Season 2. She stayed home from school, but seems to have attended the swim meet after school.
She argues with Garrett over the phone and refuses to let him in the house. Garrett says it was a mistake for them to bring a third person in on their plan. Later, she leaves for her eye surgery in Boston without Garrett. Let the Water Hold Me Down. The Blond Leading the Blind. Hanna tries to console Mona about Noel. They decide to go to Rive Gauche to cheer up. Jenna overhears this and in the evening, she is seen talking to Noel very intimately in Rive Gauche. Aria and Caleb arrive in the music room to find Jenna playing the piano.
They voice their surprise that Jenna is in their group, before Jenna turns to face them. Veronica offers Jenna help, but Jenna says she doesn't need it, nor does she trust anyone there. Veronica asks how Jenna has been mistreated. Jenna sarcastically asks how much time Veronica has, and mentions the time she was "cornered and slapped.
Caleb asks if they are supposed to tell the whole truth or just the part that they want to remember. Jenna says nothing, and Caleb makes sure to identify himself, in case Jenna is confused. Eye of the Beholder. Jenna's eye is bandaged implying that she got the surgery. During the episode, someone lures Jenna to the house of Jason DiLaurentis and then sets it on fire, trapping Jenna inside with the intent to murder her. She is rescued by Hanna, who happened to be near the DiLaurentis household.
She goes to the hospital and has to stay there under observation. This marks the first time in the series that Jenna seems to be frightened. She asks to see Aria, Spencer, Hanna, and Emily. While they're in her hospital room, she asks if it's true that Hanna pulled her out of the fire. When Hanna confirms this, Jenna asks her why she did it and she seems grateful to Hanna.
Hanna doesn't answer her question, but simply responds "You're welcome. If These Dolls Could Talk. Jenna removes the bandage from her eye and cryptically begins to cry. Later, at school, she approaches the four main characters at their lunch table and apologizes for having hated them, saying that when Hanna pulled her out of the fire, she realized that people were capable of changing.
However, her apology is met with suspicion by all four girls. She shares with them the "unfortunate results" of her surgery. Later, Toby comes into her room questioning her as to why Garrett is watching their house. She says she doesn't know, and asks him to close the curtains. She pulls a slip of paper from a box on her night table, and gives it to him. Telling him that it was given to her by Garrett and was told to keep it safe. She lies, playing stupid, and claiming to not know what it is. Toby opens it revealing it to be the missing Page 5 of Alison DiLaurentis' autopsy report.
They then go to the police station to give it to the police. Later, she smacks a fly on her mirror. The eye surgery was a success after all. Jenna has a mysterious secret meeting with someone at a park, Jenna points out she'd always thought about that moment, and what she would say if she saw this stranger again. She is later seen at the masquerade party spying on Aria, and seen talking to Lucas and the Black Swan.
It Happened 'That Night'. Jenna has been at music camp since the start of the summer. Blood Is The New Black. After Spencer tells Hanna to go back to Mona, Jenna walks past.
Later, Jenna asks Aria to be her accompanist for a musical performance. She seems to be very careful in approaching Aria; quickly stating that she recognized her ringtone so she won't figure out that she can see. Toby figures out that Jenna has been refilling her prescription for eye drops, even though her surgery didn't work. The girls decide set a trap to find out if Jenna can see; Spencer leaves the earring above the sink to see what Jenna's reaction would be.
With two girls hiding and spying per stall, Jenna walks in and walks toward the sink. When she spots the earring she takes her glasses off. The girls see that Jenna is not blind; as Jenna leaves the bathroom the girls argue over Jenna's sight. Kingdom of the Blind. Aria tells Jenna she's changed her mind about practicing and the plan is for her to come over after school. Jenna asks Aria about Emily and how she is holding up. She then asks about Mona and Alison's grave.
Jenna leaves the room and Aria spots what looks like a post-it she left for herself about at meeting the following day that somehow involves earplugs. Hanna and Aria follow Jenna to the doctor's office but when she comes out driving by herself so they follow her. Jenna tells the girls she's been able to see from the first operation and didn't tell anyone. It was the "only protection I had. Her plan was to take her home but Emily freaked out and jumped out of the car around Why, finding out that he also had a thing with her friend of the same age.
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