Spencer: "HOW DARE YOU BETRAY THE GIRL THAT LOVES YOU AND WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR YOU, YOU SHAM?"
Ezra: "...Hold up, what's going on?"
Spencer: "DON'T YOU DARE! DO YOU EVEN GET HOW HARD IT IS TO KEEP A SECRET LIKE THAT? YOU'RE SCREWED IF YOU TELL, YOU'RE SCREWED IF YOU DON'T, FUCKING EVERYTHING IS HORRIBLE..."
Ezra: "Spencer, this isn't the first time you've jumped up my ass out of nowhere, but I gotta say I need a little context."
Spencer: "IF YOU'RE GONNA BE MAD AT ANYBODY, BE MAD AT MAGGIE FOR KEEPING HER TEEN PREGNANCY A SECRET AFTER YOUR MOM PAID HER OFF! DON'T BE MAD AT ARIA FOR LYING TO YOU ABOUT IT, YOU DICK!"
Ezra: "What? I have a kid? And Aria knows about it? This is news to me, I was just sitting in the park."
Spencer: "...OH SHIT I HAVE TO GO RIGHT NOW."
And then she just bounces! Amazing! Ezra just sits there looking beautiful and gobsmacked, and... Wow. This show continues to go awesomely at such a rate.
What? Man, everybody is in this episode! Pam chats with her new coworker cops about how her daughter is wrestling with having stabbed a boy to death, and when she mentions the box of mysterious girl things, who's that in the background, perfect ears perking up? Why it's none other than Detective Wilden, whom we haven't seen since the Neverending Yard Sale, I think. Should have guessed he'd show up once Pam went back to work, considering Garrett's dead.
Wilden: "Let's have the family send everything straight to the station, so I can go through it and smell it. Or whatever. For safety."
Pam: "I'll think about it. Everybody here is so nice!"
Cops: "Better than walking around arresting people for shovels."
Unaware of the shitshow Spencer has just brought down on all of them, and still not really twigging to the fact that Spencer has lost her goddamn mind, Emily peruses that Bio notebook until she finds a photo from a trip to Cape May, NJ: Alison DiLaurentis, a lobster in a pot, and one CeCe Drake. CECE DRAKE!
A super-cute cobalt-blue corset-dress that she has then Aria'd right up with some knee-high boots in some random beige and a giant old-lady neckpiece like He-Man might wear. That's the answer to the question you were about to ask. Hanna's dressed like Ducky, but like in a cute way: graphic t under a sport jacket in the monochrome she's gone back to sporting of late, and the beachcomber hair she's been rocking. When they first started selling beach hair as an option I thought it was super stupid, but I totally get it when it's Hanna. Emily looks really great, but also like a stepmom who teaches modern dance, in a slinky grey cardigan with shoulder cutouts.