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‘Pretty Little Liars’ Finale: Mrs. D Comes Back From the Dead (VIDEO)

Pretty Little Liars” wraps up its sixth season Tuesday night, but before Season 6B comes to a close, a familiar face pops up back in Rosewood — or so it seems.

After last week’s episode, in which Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) saw her we-thought-she-was-dead mom in a “dream” when she was at the hospital, it looks like Mrs. D. (Andrea Parker) is back.

In this brand new clip (above), exclusively released to Variety by Freeform, Mrs. D appears in Alison’s doorway, looking like she literally just came back from the dead. Covered in dirt, she freaks out Ali — probably as much as she freaked out any viewers watching the footage — but by the time she looks again, her mom is gone. Perhaps thinking it was another dream, Ali goes downstairs and picks up the ringing phone to a dead-ish voice on the other side asking, “Did you miss me?”

PLL” creator Marlene King has confirmed a twin in Rosewood will be revealed on the season finale, and she’s even teased that viewers have seen the twin once before. Following last week’s hospital scene, many fans pondered if Mrs. D who appeared in the “dream” sequence could have been that twin. Also in the finale, the liars must fight back when they are being threatened by their stalker who is ready to kill them if they don’t divulge Charlotte’s killer by the election.

Sound off below — do you think that Mrs. D is really back from the dead or is it all a dream? Or does Mrs. D have a twin?

The “PLL” Season 6B finale airs Tuesday at 8 p.m. on Freeform.

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