Aria: "You know what I mean? It's like sometimes I just want to be like, 'Enough with Alison! She died, whatever, it was sad, but get over it!' You know what I mean?"
Jason: "Except for the part where I may have murdered her and can't remember it, and somebody put a note in my wallet that says I did it, I know what you mean. But you can't really blame people for wanting the dark details."
Aria: "That is what I'm calling my memoir. The Dark Details. Everything is so poetic all the time."
Jason: "I just want a cure for my amnesia."
Aria: "Rephrase that in a way that is relevant to me."
Jason: "I don't 100% believe that the dead guy you found killed my sister."
Aria: "This again."
Jason: "So are we going to bone?"
Aria: "Drop me off at my pedophile boyfriend's apar... Second thought, drop me at home. I need to make a list of pros and cons."
Jason: "Chances are we're next-door neighbors, knowing this show, so that's cool with me."
A-Tag: A buys Tory Burch boots just like Therapy Anne likes to wear, and hilariously buys them off a site that is as hilariously and determinedly generic as that Website Page website that's so hot with the teens and cyberbullies these days. The music is like so excited about this that you start wondering whether the boots are, I don't know. Haunted.
Next week: DJ Noel Kahn goes on a whirlwind tour of Europe narrated in first person voiceover and filmed by Roger Avary in a documentary style. Pam finds some reason not to go to Texas after Emily moves to Hanna's; turns out she just wanted to clean the house all day without being bothered by other people and now has her wish. Ashley Marin somehow throws Emily into the mix w/r/t manipulating Hanna's Dad. Mona Vanderwaal, still pissed over the ruination of the fashion show, tracks down A in about five seconds and subjects her to a savage meangirling. Ezra Fitz turns up in a diner somewhere in the Midwest, having contracted Rosewood Syndrome, and Jackie Molina convinces him that they are married and have a baby together, and that baby is: Lucas.