He stalks off, blasting his delts like he's holding his breath à la Naked Fitz. Spencer checks her apps, but so far nobody that is a zombie has checked in at this location.
Spencer: "Hey Emily, since we're not allowed to talk I thought I should tell you that the curtains at Jason's house are acting majorly suspicious."
Emily, verbatim: "Sometimes when all you have is a hammer, everything starts looking like a nail."
Spencer: "That is the most astute thing anyone has ever said to me in my entire life."
Emily: "Call Toby if you feel like bad guys are going to show up at your house."
Spencer: "First of all, bad guys are constantly barging into my house. Secondly, Toby is kind of a girl."
Emily: "You're right, he can't handle getting punched in the boob by a ghost-ninja like we constantly are."
Pam: "Emily, is that one of your friends you're not allowed to talk to? Say hi!"
HASTINGS HOUSE OF ANXIETY
Spencer creeps out and stares through the window at Jason; feels weird.
Spencer and Emily were having a sleepover and Alison came over because Jason was throwing a rager next door. Her fear was that one of the hundred drug addict rapists in her house might attack her.
Alison: "I should call our grandmother in Hilton Head and get him cut out of her will."
Spencer: "That's cool that you came over in pajamas. Make yourself at home."
Alison: "Done. I own your ass."
Spencer: "Emily, stop staring."
Alison: "Emily, do not stop staring."
Ali looked at herself hard in the window over Spencer's sink and started crying. I think maybe something really, really bad happened. She said it was just being sad about their grandma -- but like, whenever she says "grandma" you should just substitute some intense sexual thing at this point -- and then she took a bite out of an apple. Possibly this was a scary metaphor. I hope not. The idea of bad things happening to Alison, while in real life you could basically assume them, it's a weird reversal of physics in this particular universe.