And whatever, that sucks tinily and this episode is really outstandingly pretty. Art Dept, I wanna have your baby. The visual art of this series is something that is never going to be written up in your high-fashion magazines, but we do notice, don't we? That amazing dance with all the videos on the walls, and the Marins' house generally, and also how just watching these pretty girls sit around feeling weird about themselves in wonderful clothing is also just a very good time to be having. But still, this episode and this particular Funhouse are just so hardcore. And you know the budget is buh-zero so that just makes it sexier.
But what we do see, is you got Toby just standing there like he does, and Mom being all "We gotta get out of here, because now we know for sure that somebody is after Spencer" finally, and Melissa making her usual barf faces, and there's Toby over there wondering how this went wrong, and then you know what Spencer does? She thinks real hard, she gives him a sort of sad smile, she heads with the Hastings some more, Troian Bellisario just says fuck it and runs on over there and kisses him, kisses him, kisses him.
And I mean, the rest of them are at the storage and they're locating the one thing sitting all dramatic in the middle of the room and it's Ali's old Tweety Bird lunchbox that of course obsessive Emily remembers and inside that lunchbox is yet another thumb drive, this one not disguised as a woodland pendant, and then on that thumb drive is videos, millions of them, including a big party of the five Liars at the Fourth of July, which proves Toby was not the Peeper that got Jenna blinded, but also, maybe it's because of having this video that Alison was killed. And what I'm saying is, who cares, because Spencer just kissed her boy. And he's not my favorite boy, but he's a good one, and it's wonderful in a specific way having to do with her absolute certainty about things and who could have ever thought the #1 person (besides Ian) would be the one she would really like (besides Ian) and how her total persecutor thing and his total outcast thing so fit together this time. But then also, isn't there a mystery here?