After the latter's exit to join the Move in 1965 and Sheridan's decision to stop performing regularly with the group, the other members -- Dave Pritchard, Greg Masters, and Roger Spencer -- tried renaming themselves the Nightriders for a time, initially with guitarist Johnny Mann (formerly of Carl Wayne & the Vikings, whose frontman also passed into the Move).
Mann quit after just a few weeks and was succeeded by Jeff Lynne.
Linda was sorting out the closet and accidentally broke a cup.
She tried to clean out the pieces before the landlord could see it, but he heard the clattering and went to see what she had done this time.
Passing through the hallway Grace noticed that the bathroom door is open.
She peeped inside and saw her old neighbor sitting in the tub.
Although the city never produced a group as big as the Beatles, it was a seething cauldron…
Just then, the girls cringe as they hear a tapping sound, instinctively knowing that blind Jenna Marshall has entered with her walking stick. The next morning, Ashley and Hanna get ready for their day in the kitchen.
Suddenly, Detective Darren Wilden's face appears on the news cast discussing the finding of Alison Di Laurentis' body.
Aria and Spencer come to visit and quickly inform her of Toby's sordid past with stepsister Jenna to keep her from contacting him again.
Emily does not quite believe that Toby killed Alison and had intended to kill her as well. Meanwhile, Officer Barry comes to the house to let Mrs.