Hanna is a mess. Emily is a mess, but one with secret bicuriosity. Caleb is a mess. Spencer is a mess.
Jason: "So you're just walking around town in the middle of the night?"
Spencer: "Yeah, I'm freaked."
Jason: "Rough day?"
Spencer: "Have you been paying attention at all? Rough everything."
Jason: "You were right about the scammers. They were saying you did it, Obama did it, that girl at NPR that downloads music illegally did it..."
Spencer: "I really like being your sister. I like our talks."
Jason: "I like you too. I took down all those dumb posters. The truth will come out eventually, whether or not my stupid ass messes with things or not."
Spencer: "No, it won't. It barely ever does."
Jason writes ... himself? ... a check, and then tells somebody to meet him somewhere. Man, I thought Jason was safe, but apparently he's doing dirt too.
Spencer heads out, and Officer Josh rolls up on her to ask how far away the lakehouse is. You know, whether it's far enough that a person could find a shovel and then still make it back there in time.
Wait, but what about Jenna giving that person that outfit for the dance? Maybe the Black Swan is totally still in play? I don't know, but it's delicious. I do love me some Melissa Hastings.
Even for this show, this is amazing: A's in the Montecito airport with a guidebook and another vodka drink, operating some kind of magical laptop that can not only cause car accidents and film them, but change visiting privileges at Radley Sanitarium via a simple web application. A finishes up her drink, drops a fifty on the bar, and heads for Philadelphia.
Is an all-day marathon. But in two weeks, Paige is back and Jenna comes out of the blind people closet -- which I guess means she's out of danger for now, and ready to finally earn some of that enmity she's always having to deal with.
JACOB CLIFTON is a freelance writer and critic based in Austin, Texas. He currently recaps Bunheads, Pretty Little Liars and True Blood for TWoP. Jacob can be found online at jacobclifton.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook. IRL work appears in BenBella's SmartPop series of anthologies, and novelette "The Commonplace Book" will appear on Tor.com in October 2012.