("And PS, we are never ever fucking coming back, either. I don't know if you read that subtext, but what you've just demonstrated with that little display is that I completely don't have to take you into consideration anymore.")
And even when she's gone, there is no look of "I am ashamed to be a fucko that just majorly crossed it" on his face -- at all. He's just like, "What? That bitch isn't stealing my favorite toy I've been playing with for five seconds. Fuck that. I will sue your single-mom ass to hell and back with my rich family's money. Show you to care more about your child's welfare than my very important man-boy feelings."
Spencer and Aria are still agog about the Mona thing -- as they walk through the empty school where no other people are -- and how, considering her onetime fame for being bullied by them (YES! I forgot about that! Mona Gets Better, that was amazing!), what if she is going to end up saying they forced her to confess? Good point, Spence. Also, she still has the picture A sent of the four of them with Wilden's car (where you can't see Mona because she is being cyberpunk in the front seat, I believe?).
Aria: "Anyway, enough of our once and future murderer. Look at this cute picture I framed of Paige and Emily together!"
Spencer: "At a swim meet. Back when she could swim. That's really sweet, Aria."
Aria: "I took the picture! It's a picture I took! Who wouldn't love that?"
Spencer: "All right, Arbus, get your shit in gear. We gotta be at the lakehouse in twenty."
Aria: "Oh, for that big surprise party we haven't mentioned previously in the episode that partially explains why Paige forced Emily to drive to Philly today?"
Spencer: "Homeless people deserve birthdays. If you can't have a place in our society, at least you can have cake."
Suddenly, the number of people in the high school doubles! Shana and Jenna are having a very loud discussion about some things in the Quad! The Liars listen in, eyes getting wider and wider. And it's Spencer, and especially Aria: There's like no upper limit on how big their eyes can go, when crazy things happen. Verbatim, because who knows:
Jenna: "Shana, they know I'm hiding something." (What is it?)
Shana: "If the cops really thought that, you'd still be there answering questions." (About what?)