Anne: "So you're saying the parents of bullied kids are doing it wrong?"
Jacob: "God no. I'm saying that everybody is doing the best they can already. The only thing we can do as parents -- or as kids, as people -- is get the tools to be less crazy, and stop trying to get everybody else to parent better. Because that's never going to happen. Stop remembering your childhood as this golden age, like it wasn't as fucking tawdry and scary as teenage life is now, and get in there with both hands. Have the conversation. Your responsibility is your own kid -- your own life -- and making sure they -- or you -- feel safe enough to go outside, or on the Internet, with the armor and weapons to stay alive."
Anne: "You're talking like it's war."
Jacob: "It is a fucking war. That's what this entire show's about."
Hanna: "That was kind of bullshitty how Therapy Anne just told everybody to stop cyberbullying us. I am an old hand at getting bullied, and that shit does not work."
Aria & Emily: "She wasn't betraying us. She was flushing out A."
Spencer: "I kind of thought the second Anne showed up that A would come to kill us, but we haven't gotten any texts. Maybe all of our problems are over. Just kidding."
Aria: (Stares at her poor mommy and Ella's poor sad smile.)
Everybody in the entire school: (Stares at Jenna as usual.)
Jenna: "Is that Aria's voice? How dumb was that assembly, right?"
Liars: "Anything you say means you are a bitch, Bitch."
Jenna: "I just think it was funny that Saint Sullivan didn't come give this talk when Alison was shitting all over everybody."
(I keep forgetting to point out that Therapy Anne's real name is Annie Sullivan. Oh, my darling show, don't ever change, but also: Helen Keller would not have put up with one ounce of A's bullshit.)
Emily, getting hardcore: "First of all it takes a bully to know one, Jenna. Or get blown up by one. And second of all, move your stupid blind-people cane out of the way. I need to go get cyberbullied."
Regina: "I don't listen when you talk about your stupid fiancée's friends, hon."
Dad: "Oh, she's getting up there. Sharp as a tack! Except when she forgets things. She's certainly not being super rude right now, no sir."