Hanna: (Interrogates dinner, homework; ignores Caleb's existence; tries to dance herself back to joy but alas, the levee is dry, the Chevy will not make it.)
DROOGIE HOWSER, PHD
Aria's obnoxious and dangerous plan to provide Jason with a psychological breakthrough proceeds apace.
Aria: "Jason, what do you think about this picture on my ridiculous gothic laptop?"
Jason: "My dead sister looks pretty."
Aria: "And this one?"
Jason: "See above."
Aria: "What about this one?"
Jason: "That doesn't look too familiar."
Aria: "It's from the day that Alison got back from what she said was your grandmother's house in Hilton Head mere hours before the party in Spencer's barn from which Alison was abducted after a fight and then she talked to Toby Cavanaugh about sweaters and then she got a ride to the Kissing Rock, where Ian went down on her and didn't kill her, and then...?"
Jason: "Wait, what's happening here?"
Aria, swinging a feather back and forth: "Annnnd thennnnn?"
Jason, unfriending her mentally: "Um, this is gross and classless. I gotta go."
Mona: "HOLD! Becky! I told you no flats. I need to see you walk in heels. Or have you forgotten why we're even fucking here, you halfwit?"
Spencer: "Chill, Mona."
Spencer: "Jesus. I'm out."
Hanna: "Okay, on reflection I feel bad about yelling at my dad. Let's give him a ticket to the fashion show."
Aria: "What about Caleb?"
Hanna: "Enough with the Caleb! That is not the thrust of my plot this week!"
Mona: "Aria Montgomery! Less talking more walking! Are your legs always that short?"
Spencer: "Mona is five feet of insidious snark with a side ponytail and I just... I wanna grab it! And I wanna yank it! Really really hard!"
Toby, even though this is adorable: "Spence, she stepped up. While you dealt with some pretty big things. Things that were way out of your control. But maybe we should both enjoy the fact that those pretty big things are over. We can both take a breath."
Spencer: "I don't really know what you're talking about, but I can take on faith that chilling out is a thing that people do."