Aria: "Hey, as long as we don't have to watch Chinatown who cares if that kid's happy."
Ezra: "It's a really good movie! Faye Dunaway plays basically Alison DiLaurentis, if Alison were just a tad more unlucky."
Aria: "I hate art and culture! Just kidding."
Ezra: "You're such a little bratty-watty. Let's make grocery-bag masks and watch cartoons and be horrible... Wait, it's a phone call. Hey, buddy! It's my buddy Maggie. Maggie, what's up, bro? Oh for real? Okay let me just kick my girlfriend out real quick."
Aria: "Um, movie night? Happening all around you?"
Ezra: "My mother has apparently decided to sell the condo where Maggie and that child live. What a bitch!"
Aria: "For doing exactly what you stomped your foot and demanded she do?"
Ezra: "I just meant the bad parts, like my responsibility to the family and getting sound advice about not fucking children! Not the parts where all of us are living off of her, those I deserve!"
SOME LONELY DEATH ROAD
Darren Wilden pulls Ashley over at the scariest part of the scariest road outside the scariest town of America, and immediately starts violating her rights.
Wilden: "Have you been drinking, ma'am?"
Ashley: "Uh, you sat there and watched me not drink a huge inviting glass of pinot."
Wilden: "I saw alcohol on your table, so."
Ashley: "Is this one of those Rosewood laws, like finding a shovel? Or are you just straight-up abusing this situation already?"
Wilden: "Get out of the car please, madam."
Ashley: "Uh, your face?"
He drags her out in front of her car, so that her back and his face are both plainly visible to his onboard video camera, which... He gets pretty rough with her, threatening her to shut Hanna up, more of the same, and eventually she just calls bullshit and heads back to the car.
Wilden: "You know how I keep menacing Pastor Ted? If I tell everything I know about you, that will be the least important thing you lose. You stole from an old lady, you misplaced an architect-imposter..."
Ashley: "Don't you fuckin' threaten me, you ageless dreamboat. Threatening a child? How do you live with yourself?"
Wilden: "It's hard! I can't sleep sometimes! I killed a person in self-defense and possibly your daughter's best friend also!"