There we were just casually binging the entire series of Baby Daddy when we stumbled across Pretty Little Liars' Lucy Hale in season 3 episode 4 "Bonnie's Unreal Estate". We totally forgot she guest starred in this episode! And she was incredible. The greatest (littlest) liar Baby Daddy has ever seen. Check out our recap of the episode below.
So Riley is left in charge of Lucy Hale's character, Piper Stockdale.
The reverend in question is being investigated for money laundering, and Riley must keep Piper away from the press. Or, in Danny and Tucker's words, babysit her.
At first, Piper seems like just your typical reverend's daughter.
"I did not ask for a sin and tonic!" 😂
But when Riley leaves Danny and Tucker in charge of Piper ...
She reveals her true identity.
Yep. The reverend's daughter is a secret wild child, who forces Danny and Tucker to play strip poker and take tequila shots. Yikes.
When Riley returns, she continues to believe Piper's sweet innocent act.
We would too, tbh.
For a while, it doesn't look like Piper will be able to get away from Riley.
Poor Riley — she just has no idea.
But then she manages to convince Ben to help her escape.
She pretends she's interested in buying the apartment Ben is desperately trying to sell so he can save Bonnie's job.
Sadly, things don't go as planned for Ben.
Instead of helping Ben get Riley back, Piper throws a party in the apartment that's for sale.
When caught, Piper continues the whole innocent act.
And Riley still believes it.
But then Ben calls Piper out.
Ah! Hello, Pretty Little Liars' reference!
And Piper finally comes clean to Riley.
Although, she probably didn't need to come that clean.
Riley tries to get through to her.
But Piper runs away when Riley isn't looking ...
And ends up sleeping with Danny!
When Piper next faces Riley, her apology isn't the most convincing.
As you may have guessed, it was a complete and utter lie.
But it all works out for Riley in the end.
She manages to convince Piper to tell her dad that she did an amazing job of looking after her. Yay!
So ... the moral of this story?
Once a pretty little liar, always a pretty little liar.