Caleb: "Well, this was stupid. Bye, Uncle Jamie."
Jamie Doyle: "Do you guys want to get a hamburger or something? I want to buy you things."
Hanna: "Anybody who knows Caleb would know he's about to start crying and punching things, Jamie Doyle. Just let us leave."
Jamie Doyle: "Oh hey, I just found this photograph of Caleb from when he was six months old."
Hanna: "Really? Because you clearly pulled it out of your wallet just now."
Jamie Doyle: "Yeah because clearly I am Caleb's father and feeling awkward about it. I feel okay putting this burden on you."
Hanna: "...Yeah, I can handle that actually. I'm pretty reliably the best person on this show, so."
Emily calls Hanna, no response, so she just chills in her room for a while remembering the explanation for those postcards: Alison was laying them out like a Tarot spread, for their future together, when they would run away and make out on top of the Eiffel Tower. It's one of the more compelling Emily/Ali scenes ever, I love it when you get to see Ali's sweetness as more than just manipulation, but it's also nice to know they're not just going to stick us with twenty-five ticking postcard timebombs and leave it at that, like they're the new bracelets bracelets bracelets. Also, any time Alison shows her vulnerability and desperation to be free of the whole Rosewood stalking situation and you can see how afraid she was. I give it a ten.
Pam: "Emily, why are you just chilling here about postcards? Is this about that time you murdered a boy? Because you're really bumming everybody out."
Emily: "Yeah, I went to therapy for it."
Pam: "And how did that go?"
Emily: "Not well, Pam."
Pam: "Honey, you need to stop feeling guilty and just celebrate your stab-happy heroism..."
Emily: "Stop acting like I'm innocent. I'm not this sweet little baby everybody always acts like I am. You never meet the same person twice. That girl is gone."
Pam, verbatim: "Sweetheart, I know who you are. And you would never deliberately do anything to hurt another person. Emily, I am your mother. And that means that I can see you. All of you. Sometimes better than you can see yourself. And there's only good there. Look at me! I promise you, there's only good there."