Two things: First of all, still worth it. I could handle a fair amount of time in the bain-marie knowing that was market price for some Wren action. Negligible, really. And second, any other scenario you'd be looking at a lawsuit that would, at the least, allow Spencer's parents to come visit every now and again. In Rosewood? We're just happy to come out of there alive. Lobster-ruddy and pruned up to all hell, but alive.
Hanna comes home to Ashley drinking, alone at the kitchen table. Nothin' new there, but she rarely does it in the dark. Mostly when she's feeling like Marion Crane, like when she embezzles, or mugs old ladies, or fucks cops, which is how she's feeling tonight.
Hanna: "Gah! That was so scary! Turn on a light, man!"
Ashley: "Hanna, I may have... Killed Detective Wilden. I might have done that."
Hanna: "And the problem would be?"
Ashley: "Listen, I'm tits up. Can you drive me back to the scene of my homicide to check it out?"
Aria: "I'm just glad I got your text!"
Spencer: "That I sent between scenes, apparently."
Aria: "I mean, who would I talk to about Ezra? I'd be down to 66.6% of my audience. That's an F, Spencer. F for Aria."
Spencer: "Listen, this was... Look, this was revenge. For hooking up with Wren."
Aria: "SWEET. But wait, why would Mona care about that?"
Spencer thinks about it for a long time. Her shoulders drop when she decides; maybe it's because she is exhausted, but maybe it's because it's a relief. Both, really.
Spencer: "Can you call Hanna and Emily? We need to have a meeting."
Aria: "Is it about Ezra?"
Spencer: "I know who's helping Mona."
Aria and Spencer stare at each other for about ten minutes, and it's weird but I don't think on purpose. I mean, I guess maybe Aria could be thinking, "Shit, she knows!" which would be great, or, "I knew this was about Ezra," which seems more and more likely. But mostly I think they are just staring and feeling spooky feelings: Spencer because she's about to lay down a massive burden and open herself up to all that shame she's been avoiding about being had, and Aria because she's about to lose control of the conversation and have to talk about something other than herself.
Ashley: "Hanna, thanks for driving me to this abandoned scary road where I killed a person, because I can barely stand up straight. But this part, I should probably do alone."