Lucy Hale Kills a Woman in This Throwback Pretty Little Liars Photo: See It Here!

Lucy Hale fights A in "EscApe From New York" in Pretty Little Liars.
Oops! Lucy Hale protects the Liars by pushing someone off a ledge in season five's first episode, "EscApe from New York." ABC FAMILY/Eric McCandless

In honor of #TBT (aka the glorious tradition of Throwback Thursday), Us Weekly and Pretty Little Liars have partnered to bring you the prettiest little never-before-seen photos from season one on, straight from the ABC Family drama's archives. Scroll down for more on this week's picture, and check back every Thursday to see a new one!

Oh, forgot about the time Aria killed someone, did you?

Less than a year ago (which is considerably shorter in Rosewood time), Lucy Hale's Aria Montgomery proved that she's most likely to throw down—a fact that came to light in this #TBT photo from the first episode of the fifth season, "EscApe from New York."

Flashback time: In episode 501, Aria and the Liars flee to NYC in an attempt to shield Alison from the omnipresent "A." Little did Aria know that Ali was leading the girls to a theater, which just so happens to be owned by the aspiring writer's boyfriend, Ezra. Turns out, it wasn't "A" on their trail but Shana, Emily's former swim teammate, armed with a gun and seeking revenge for Jenna's blinding. To protect them, Aria pushes Shana off the stage, accidentally killing Shana in the process. Oops…

Naturally, the cops know nothing about this—but then again, we're talking about Rosewood's finest, so that's not such a shocking reveal. However, it's been a minute since we've heard about this particular (defensible!) mishap, so that probably means it'll be incorporated into season six's storyline soon enough, yes?

Check back next week for another throwback pic—and tune in to Pretty Little Liars Tuesdays on ABC Family at 8 p.m. EST.

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