At this point Spencer shits herself, for reasons unknown, and like starts doing '80s Dumb Girl shit like dropping her phone and completely losing her capabilities to do anything but scream for what -- even more bizarrely -- turns out to be like five minutes of the show. I will say, and I do give the show this much credit, it's entirely possible that she has some kind of claustrophobia -- heck, maybe even related to That Night -- which we'll see come into play next week. Every Superwoman has her Kryptonite, mine is Sagittariuses, maybe Spencer's is tight spaces. Meanwhile, the other Liars are all getting messages from Em about how they need to head to this one storage facility because luckily she has located the one clue that randomly appeared this episode five seconds after it came into existence.
The second Aria leaves, Cop Garrett shows up to ask Ezra some questions. I'm pretty sure he saw her, and I hope that he did, but what he sees inside the apartment is even more awesome: The paper-bag hostage masks, a rope tassel from 1992 curtains, and whatever. The little girl leaving his apartment with her hands looking held hardcore. "I'd like to talk to you about one of your students," he says, and Ezra swallows an entire Adam's apple, and honestly, it seems like such a cliffhanger that probably Garrett's going to be like, "So listen, on a scale of one to ten, how fucking creepy is Jenna Cavanaugh? Am I right and do you have a beer."
Where's Spencer: Being murdered by clowns, literally.
Who cares: Nobody.
Those bitches are off to see the Wizard, because the assumption is that Spencer is so on top of things that she would have somehow gotten Emily's text milliseconds before everybody else and is probably already at the place and already solved the mystery and A is sitting somewhere in Batman bags on the steps of a building that says POLICE.
And who saves Spencer? Duh, Ian. Holding that selfsame crowbar that only we know about, nobody else, in the most utterly threatening position possible -- like Spencer's head/our POV is a bat in the attic -- for about five times as long as a person would, while he stares at her like how weird and not the expected probably since you think I killed your friend and I'm going to kill you and also probably I am, this might freak you out amount of time, and then apparently what we didn't get to see is how the entire family has been running around all crazy for the last -- I don't know -- five seconds she was in there, desperate to get her out. When it comes to Spencer's family, including Ian, being super caring about her business, it doesn't really translate. Except for her beautiful mom, who makes me cry.