Mr. Fitz, who apparently never has classes, is picking up papers, when Aria walks in. He asks if her family is OK, because she wants a six-hour detention or extra-credit assignment in order to avoid going home. He can't stay late, because he has a "thing." She doesn't look pleased about being put off, and he finally explains that he's doing a reading of a story that he wrote. She wants to come, but he's worried that he might hurt himself and go crazy if it sucks, so she'd witness that.
Hanna's sporting her finest dentist office wear in an elevator when Jenna walks in. She tries to back away so she doesn't know she's there, but Jenna starts putting on some bright red lipstick, and Hanna can't help but lean in to get a better look. Jenna wants to know if she likes the color. Really? Is Hanna this stupid? Probably. I don't think I really want to know.
Spencer walks into her house with a host of athletic equipment. Her dad has brought her some buttercreams, which were her favorite when she was little. She thinks he must have spoken to Wren and forgiven her for something she didn't do, but he really just heard from her professor about that stupid Golden Orchid essay contest. He's planning out her Ivy League career already, and jokes that her mother has taken out an ad in the club newsletter. He wants at least to be able to brag about it to a potential new client, so he asks if she can join him for doubles against the new client and his daughter. She seems desperate to spend time with him, so she agrees, but then he has to answer phone calls. But before he goes off he asks to read her essay, and she tries to brush it off, but he says if it is award winning it must be great.
Hanna's at the dental office, and she's following Jenna around. Hanna, she's blind, not oblivious. Once Jenna leaves in the elevator, Hanna walks down the hallway to the room that Jenna left, but a security guard spots her after she opens the door that is filled with boxes and a wrapped up painting.