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Shirin is never surprised by how horrible people can be. Marshall is led out to a car by Toby moments after the memorial service concludes. In " The Jenna Thing ", Marshall appears in the beginning of the episode walking into the Apple Rose Grille in a time when the Liars happened to be there. Marshall later appears at the school cafeteria when Aria Montgomery invites her to sit with her friends. At one point, Marshall breaks the silence by picking up Spencer's beeping phone, when she receives a text. Spencer turns paranoid after getting a text from "A" with Jenna in such close proximity.

Marshall orders the item to send a text, then proceeds to turn around and face where Spencer's standing. She makes a remark on their blabbing, saying "Almost feels like Alison's still here. After Em leaves, Jenna questions Toby about the reason why Emily thanked him but he assures his step-sister it isn't what she's thinking. Jenna enters the elevator and puts on her trademark lipstick. Marshall asks Hanna if she likes the color believed to be Jungle Red, Alison's favorite.

It is undisclosed whether Jenna knew if she was talking to Hanna. Emily is resting after having been hospitalized. Marshall comes under the guise of being sympathetic to Emily's plight, even going as far as bringing her cookies. Jenna found out that Toby's psychological profile is missing because the cops went looking for it, and knows the Liars took the file, having overheard them talking about it at Homecoming.

She wants Emily to return the document, so she can protect her secret of having forced her step-brother into a sexual relationship. Emily is open to fulfilling Jenna's request, as she feels partially responsible for Jenna's accident, something Jenna does not fail to mention repeatedly. Fields tries to get the file back, but cannot contact the Liars while her mother is around. Aria later throws the file into the river.

However, it seems the file makes its way into "A"'s hands anyway, when a figure is seen gingerly retrieving the pages from the water. When Jenna asks for the file after Emily returns to Rosewood High, Fields vaguely tells her that it's gone. Marshall is put off, after being placed in the position where she is forced to trust Emily. She shares only kind words, mentioning Ali's visit to her in the hospital, further claiming that she made her stronger and more in touch with her identity.

During " The New Normal ", Jenna hails a cab after Toby's house arrest bracelet is removed, so the two can share a ride. Marshall is very upset when he declines her offer and chooses to go with Spencer instead. In " The Badass Seed ", Jenna offers to play flute for the school play, "The Bad Seed" and tells Ezra Fitz that she is fascinated with the play and its theme regarding the nature of evil.

Fitz as her guide, Jenna writes an essay to be submitted to a contest with vague references to the event that blinded her.

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The content leads Ezra to believe her brother is guilty, not the girls. Fitz about who the real perpetrators were. However, it's actually a flash drive that Jenna gave Caleb to place information on his girlfriend and later return to her. As the Liars put the pieces together, they realize that Marshall had been paying Caleb to spy on Hanna and look for a key in her house that she thought Ali had given to one of the girls.

A hurt Marin slaps Jenna at the girls' bathroom in Rosewood High for what she did and Marshall proceeds to weep over it. The Liars decide to approach Marshall for answers. Knowing they have the videos, Jenna reveals that Alison visited her at the hospital, but threatened Marshall to never tell anyone about her role in the prank or she'd unveil 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". The girls then realize that, when Ali told them to "wait for it," she was referring to the video.

Jenna dials Ian and warns him that the Liars hold possession of the video, although he assures her the situation is under control. Officer Garrett Reynolds , who had reassured Emily that he was on the Liars' side, then shows up in Marshall's room, and the two share a kiss, revealing they're in a relationship. Aria pretends to be Anita, in order to seclude her identity from Marshall.

It's interesting to note that when she deduced Aria was Anita, she showcased a much vulnerable side than she usually does. Jenna 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 through praising her work, but when Marshall discovers that it was Montgomery, she goes ballistic, screaming at her to get out.

She assumes that her brother stole the item from the Cavanaugh house, but he asserts his sister that he took it from Garrett's apartment. This causes Aria to realize that Reynolds cannot be trusted.

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It could go either way, considering Garrett's parents live across the street. However, Reynolds 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 in an earlier episode. She removes her glasses, and the two start kissing passionately. Garrett and Jenna do a lot of spying together in his sports car. There, they constantly refer to "The Jason Thing," an ill-defined incident that may be linked to Alison's death.

When Jason kisses Aria, Jenna expresses her fear that the two will hook up, and Jason will reveal his secret to Aria. 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.

During " I Must Confess ", 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.

Throughout " Over My Dead Body ", someone shows up to the precinct, prompting Garrett to say "you shouldn't be here. Garrett then leads Marshall to the other side of the glass of the investigation room.

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He locks the door, and Jenna laments that she cannot see their faces. During a conversation afterward, it is revealed that they wrote the note to Jason, making him suspect of murdering his own sister, and that Jason figured out that he is not the culprit. Garrett hands Jenna a note and instructs her to take it home and burn it. Marshall asks whether it's page 5, and Reynolds doesn't contradict her assumption. Before kissing him goodbye, Jenna remarks, "she deserved to die like that".

While unpacking some of Marshall's belongings from the moving truck, Cavanaugh describes her as someone who obtains whatever she wants.


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Ali attempts to intimidate her into buying a different disguise, declaring that she picked a similar outfit. Marshall noncommittally agrees to think about a change of heart, but turns her attention away from Alison. Before walking away, Ali offers her name, to which Jenna replies that she already knows it. They smile pleasantly, if not falsely, at each other, and Alison strolls away. Noel, dressed as a gynecologist, goes right to her. Jenna is flanked by boys, but they all scram when Alison orders them to.

Ali then offers to befriend Jenna, thereby making her popularity in Rosewood a guaranteed thing. However, Marshall 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, seemingly starting a friendship. Outside on the porch, a sulky Ali jealously calls Jenna a slut. Back at the party, Emily is seen slow-dancing with Ben on the dance floor. Jenna is seductively dancing nearby, and Emily ogles appreciatively at her curves and moves.

Alison turns her eyes from one to the other, and approaches Emily, alluding to her concealed sexual orientation. Reynolds states that 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. In " Eye of the Beholder ", Jenna's eye is bandaged, implying she got the surgery. During the episode, someone lures Jenna to the DiLaurentis residence and then sets it on fire, trapping Jenna inside with the intent to murder her. She is rescued by Hanna, who happened to be nearby the household.

Marshall goes to the hospital and stays there under observation. This marks the first time in the series that Jenna appears to be frightened. Marshall asks to see the Liars. While they're in her hospital room, Jenna asks if it's true that Hanna pulled her out of the fire. When Hanna confirms this, Jenna Marshall her why she did it and seems grateful for having been rescued. Hanna doesn't answer her question, but simply replies "you're welcome".

Later, "A" is seen planting Garret's police badge at the scene of the fire, in order to implicate him in Jenna's attack. Since Marshall is still in the hospital when this occurred, she is officially ruled out as the one behind the "A" scheme. Later, at school, she approaches the Liars at their lunch table and apologizes for gaining a hatred towards them, saying that when Hanna's actions made her realize that people are 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 Marshall as to why Garrett is watching their house.

She affirms not knowing the reason and asks Cavanaugh to close the curtains. Marshall 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 head to the police station to hand it to the authorities.

At the end of the episode, she is seen smacking a fly on her mirror and removes its corpse. Afterward, Marshall turns back to her mirror with a sneaky smirk and continues to remove her makeup, revealing that she is indeed able to see. In " Unmasked ", Jenna has a mysterious secret meeting with someone at a park and gives something to the individual, stating that "they're all going to be at the party, you know what you need to do".

Marshall is later seen at the masquerade party spying on Aria, and engaging in a conversation with Lucas and the Black Swan. At some point before or after the new "A" arises, Jenna begins working with them and joins the A-Team, though it is unclear to what extent. The character's return for the third season happened in " Blood is the New Black ", when the Liars have reason to believe that Jenna is faking her blindness when Toby stumbles upon prescription eye drops dated after Jenna's eye surgery. Jenna is proven to be faking her blindness when she picks up and examines the earring.

During " Kingdom of the Blind ", Emily sees a flashback of Jenna driving her the night she was drugged and taken to Alison's dug-up grave. Throughout " That Girl is Poison ", Marshall, who has by then openly revealed she can see again, invites the Liars to attend her birthday party. Marshall appears at school without her trademark shades and cane.

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All the students except the Liars congratulate her. She later throws a birthday party at the coffee house. Germain whom she was flirting with at the time in an attempt to bring him closer to Emily. CeCe assures her she'll scratch her eyes out if she spots her with him and lies about being his girlfriend. When Noel goes to practice, Nate approaches Marshall and divulges to her that he has a gift but never got a proper chance to hand it because she ditched him.

Jenna ignores his attempts of wooing her but Nate refuses to let her go. Once Nate chooses to leave, Jenna is seen sitting back down. In " Single Fright Female ", Nate discovers Marshall had been faking her blindness for a while and calls her out for acting like she can't see him. Later, Jenna shows up at Emily's house a little frightened, claiming she needs to tell her something. After seeing that she has company, Jenna just warns Fields to be very careful with whom she spends time and is seen getting into a cab and potentially leaving town since the driver was placing luggage in the trunk.

Throughout " A Dangerous Game ", Jenna is seen at her house talking on her phone. Newspapers and mail are piled up on the front porch as if the house has been uninhabited for a while. Someone is watching her through the window and sends a text message as "A" with a meeting time and place. Jenna simultaneously receives a text message, gets off her phone, and looks out the window, but no one is standing there. We find out later in the episode that it was Spencer watching and taking photos of Jenna, but the text was sent to Toby.

Marshall later meets with Shana in the park and they appear to be very friendly. She discloses to Shana Fring that "they" will all be there Friday and reminds her friend of what has to be done. Shana questions Jenna about her doctor's appointment and Marshall implies she may be losing her sight again, with Shana assuring her that even in her darkest days, she'll be there for her. While out for a run, Emily sees Melissa Hastings entering Marshall's house. Inside, the two seem to be arguing with Jenna informing Melissa that "they have the tapes" and Melissa replying that "those bitches will be at the lodge at 9.

The night of the "party" Toby sees a girl in the woods just before he gets knocked out from behind. The woman is believed to be Jenna, though it was never confirmed. We later witness the four Liars and Mona driving back to Rosewood. They come upon Wilden's police car that Hanna and Aria previously pushed into a lake. A video recorder suddenly plays the incident where Hanna's mom ran over Wilden, but this time they see that afterwards, Marshall and Shana rushed over to his body and dragged him away. During the fourth season's premiere, " 'A' is for A-l-i-v-e ", Mona confirms that Jenna and Shana knew each other before coming to Rosewood, and further claims Marshall feared Melissa.

In a later scene, Jenna approaches Emily outside her house. Because of the way the scene is shot, we can see that Jenna is losing her sight again. We also notice Marshall has a burn on her hand, further implying she was at Thornhill the night of the fire. Jenna divulges to Emily that she and Wilden were friends and that she has a message for Toby in case anything bad happens to her.

According to Marshall, everyone who met Alison the night she went missing ends up dead, meaning Wilden saw Ali, something Garrett disclosed to her. Since Toby isn't taking any of Jenna's calls and Marshall knows Cavanaugh and Emily remain friends, she asks Emily to tell him that she never meant to hurt him. Later, at Wilden's funeral we see that Marshall is wearing her glasses again and being escorted by Nigel Wright, indicating her vision continues to decline.

In " Face Time ", it's revealed that the reason Jenna, Melissa and Shana were working with Wilden and the "A-Team" was because he was blackmailing them to do so, under the orders of someone else later revealed to be Big "A". It's revealed Marshall believes Alison is still alive. Later, Jenna is seen with Shana at Emily's surprise birthday party. Spencer asks Marshall if she's losing her sight because she is wearing her sunglasses, but Jenna replies " I see everything I need to". Aria begs Marshall to tell her what she knows, but Jenna seems afraid. Later, Emily finds a body face down in the lake, revealed to be Marshall.

Someone hit her on the back of the head and she fell into the lake. Jenna is unconscious, but still alive and taken to a hospital. During the fourth season's finale, " A is for Answers ", Alison revealed that she originally believed Jenna to be "A" so she visited Marshall at the hospital. Once she turned around to leave, she received a text from A, that read "Bitch can't see you, but I do. Tonight is the night I kill you", which eliminated Marshall as a suspect. In the series' th episode " Miss Me x " a bus rolls to a stop across the street, and when the vehicle drives away, Jenna, who has arrived back in Rosewood, comes face to face with Alison, Aria and Ezra.

At Aria's front door, Jenna demands to know what Aria was doing in her house. Montgomery asks her if she wants to come inside for a cup of tea but all Marshall would like is an answer. Aria tells her she heard about Shana's death and wanted to see if she was doing okay, prompting Jenna to wonder why she'd even care. Aria reminds that Alison's return has brought back a lot of bad memories for most senior students at Rosewood High. Marshall reminds Montgomery that she still has loyal friends, while she on the other hand, doesn't have anyone left.

As Jenna is turning to leave, Aria again offers her tea, informing her that while she didn't know Shana, Jenna could tell her all about Shana. Turning back around, Marshall tells Aria that having someone to chat with would help. Pulling up to a picnic ground, Sydney Driscoll and Jenna step out of Sydney's car. Driscoll comments on the Mustang parked in front of them, and Marshall reveals it used to be hers. Walking over to Mona, Sydney informs her the Liars do not want things to go back to the way they were. Jenna makes a remark on how she remembers Ali treating her friends like dolls.

Mona deduces that maybe they can get rid of Alison. The three girls turn to look as a third car pulls up. During " March of Crimes ", Jenna comes enters the music room and is greeted by Alison. Ali makes a remark on how she was unaware that Jenna had enrolled at Rosewood High. Jenna states that she came back a few weeks ago, and that nobody seemed to notice since most students were too busy paying attention to Alison. Ali mentions that she's sorry about Shana's passing, and that she meant a lot to her too. Thanking her, Marshall says that she's sorry for Alison as well and that she heard about the break-in last night.

When Jenna starts walking out, Alison asks her to wait before wondering how Jenna managed to turn Shana against her. Looking over her shoulder, Marshall assures Alison she brought it on herself. Walking out of a consulting room, Jenna and Sydney stop when Emily calls out Sydney.