In "The Bad Seed," the girls doubts, fears and suspicions grow as they start to wonder what evil truly looks like. Is it the girl who holds a grudge and will do anything to keep her loved ones near? Is it the new brother-in-law who might have a darker side beneath the surface? Or is it an unknown stranger who is playing puppet master with four girls lives? Also, Aria sees the school play, not-so-subtly-titled "The Bad Seed," as an opportunity to get closer to Ezra, but trying to get closer to him has a downside.
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