Mona: Turns back evil, presumably.
Hanna: Doesn't even consider that she probably just killed Lucas's entire ass.
It's interesting. If you take Mona's stuff last year at face value, this is pretty much her entire reason for being A. I mean, we know there's more to it, but the official Mona narrative is that she hated Spencer and the others for taking Hanna away from her. Specifically, she said, it wasn't about them letting Alison abuse her: It was because she had Hanna and then lost Hanna. And even a person not paying attention -- the opposite of Mona -- would be able to pick up on how much energy Hanna's been spending on her since that night. So basically, why wouldn't Mona go crazy again?
Hanna, what are you thinking? Defending Lucas and Spencer tonight is an admirable thing, but it also makes you look kind of like if the Final Girl in an '80s horror movie suddenly lost her virginity in the last ten minutes. Like, you are definitely in for it now.
Spencer: "Also, my brain exploded from all that practice. Maybe we could switch places for a while. Like, you could be the intense one and I'll be the dumb one."
Hanna: "Sounds like a plan. Oh, look. A friggin' text from A."
"Cut Mona off? Big mistake. You're not the only one who can slice and dice..."
Liars: "Ugh. Shut up, A. I'm so sure."
Spencer: "Anyway. What's this about Lucas?"
Hanna: "He's not with Mona. She was just using him, like an evil personal assistant. I think there's more people out there. A Team, if you will..."
Spencer: "That's interesting, but I'm gonna derail that train of thought so I can tell you that yelling at Mona was maybe a scarily dumb thing to do."
Hanna: "Nah, fuck it. We know what she's capable of, which means we know what she is capable of. Mona can't hide anymore, and neither can we. We don't have to. Burn it all down!"
Spencer: "The real reason I failed tonight is because I saw her crack for a second, again, just like in the courtyard when you bitched her out the first time. I went for the weak places because I am Spencer Hastings. I am cocky and competitive. And I saw her soft underbelly, and I wanted to take a bite. That is what you're doing now."
Hanna: "Oh my God, we actually are switching places. When was the last time we ate at a Chinese restaurant? Because I saw this movie where a mom and daughter..."