Hanna: "She saw him standing in her kitchen, dressed as A. He put on a black hoodie and broke into her house. The most A thing a person could do."
Emily: "That doesn't mean he is dangerous!"
Hanna: "Bitch, are you for real?"
Emily: "Okay, I'm not saying this right. You know how Lucas wasn't really A? He just did A stuff because Mona was blackmailing him?"
Ladies, ladies. This is the same logic by which we've determined that Jason was only pretending to be on the A-Team that time he nailed Aria into a box with Garrett's corpse and then tried to throw her off a train. That he was only being SNEAKY when he did that. (Right? Did I miss something with that one? Because I still don't get that.)
Emily: "All I know is, he gave me the strength to acknowledge that I was gay."
Hanna: "Whoa, right. I forgot that part. Okay, I get why you're being so dumb about this now."
Emily: "See this coffee table book on his coffee table? I gave it to him for his birthday. 101 Tips For Scaffold Safety. I guess he never read it. I don't even know if he ever learned to read."
Hanna: "He sure did use it to shove clues in, though. Look, parking pass for Radley matching the name he used to visit Mona, E. Lamb. It was on that laminate in that drawer. Or rather, the lambinate."
Emily: "Is that an anagram?"
Hanna: "I don't know what that word means, but if you rearrange the letters it spells amble. Or Me Lab, or Em Lab. Mothers Always Bring Extra Love."
Emily: "He did walk pretty slow. I would call it more of a mosey."
Hanna: "Why don't you go to his horrible haunted house and talk to his freaky invisible ghost-parents? That should shut your ass up."
Maggie: "Honeys, I'm home! Just kidding, I'm a single mom with tired feet."
Aria: "Maggie! Is it okay that I was playing with your kid while you were out looking for work? Last time we talked, I promised not to ruin the sweet thing you had going, and then I totally ruined it."
Maggie: "It's fine. I was being pretty creepy, both with you and with Ezra. I'm super glad you blew my life apart with idle gossip."
Ezra: "You guys have a real chemistry, you know that?"
Maggie: "Ugh. Listen, I have to go network over coffee..."
Ezra: "I'm 'tutoring' instead of having a job."