Alison: "Are you the one sending me this notes from the person called 'A'? Because I know it wasn't your sister, she was in surgery for some of them."
Toby: "Oh yeah? How'd that turn out?"
Alison: "She's still brushing her hair with an electric toothbrush."
Alison: "What I don't get is, why are you focusing on me? All five of us blew up your sister. All five of us put you in here."
Toby: "The things I would like to happen to you, they do not involve receiving scary notes from your own ghost. They are much more intense than that."
Alison: "You wish you could hit this. If only you'd kissed me when you had the chance."
Emily: "Spencer, why are you crying? I bet Toby didn't even hook up with her."
Spencer: "I'm crying because Toby and I broke up last night, for reasons I'm not interested in telling you right now."
Emily: "Well, I'm sure it's pretty normal stuff. Hug?"
1984 DISCUSSION GROUP
Spencer makes that same intense crazy face she made that time in the interrogation room, the scariest face of anybody ever on this show, while her classmates discuss the chick from 1984 and how easy it was for her to turn on the main guy: "She became part of this group that was against him ... she started to believe her own lie..." They're so into it they don't even notice Spence blankly staring into space like a pissed-off psycho.
Aria: "Dear Spencer. Ezra flipped out on me about the secret baby situation and I guess we broke up. Aren't you glad you didn't have to sit through that scene? I bet the viewers are. Anyway, I could really use some support, since it's the middle of a school day and you're not clearly having a meltdown. Love, Aria. PS, this is not a setup by A."
Spencer grabs her shit and heads out to bust some heads, and Ella stops her at the door.
Ella: "Spencer, what's up? You're just stomping out of class? Is everything okay?"
Spencer: "I don't fucking feel like being in English right now, lady. Everything else is fine."
Ella: "I'm not gonna lie, I always knew you'd be the first one to lose it, but this is..."
Spencer: "Look, you know how kids always say they're never going to need Calculus in the real world? That's how I feel about a novel of paranoia and betrayal and constant surveillance. Because guess what, bitch. That's how I roll anyway."
Ella: "Oh, honey. Don't I know it."