Maya, funny: "If you're looking at me, beware... this site is cursed!"
She throws back her head in a dumb fake laugh, so impressed with herself but also the whole thing is unconvincing. Nothing more grating than an actor pretending to laugh. Nothing, that is, besides Maya.
Aria tells Spencer about the Comstock thing, and then heads into the shindig with Ezra. They both look fantastic, needless to say, and also they are the best part of this very excellent episode. The biggest shock of all.
Eternally Ezra: "Look, it's not too late to ditch this and find a miniature golf course..."
Aria: "It's like you're trying to be young all the time and I'm always trying to act older than I am. Have you ever read Lolita?"
Ezra: "Have I."
Aria: "This was sponsored by Lyle and Frances Springer, like the Springer Preservation Fund and the Springer Endowment For The Arts... Are they your grandparents?"
Ezra: "Yep. That's where the Jag came from."
Aria: "This is weird. I mean, your family is like seriously rich. That's important. Not because money is important, but because it makes families and people work more differently than most of us on either side are willing to admit, or even able to understand. You only know what your own family is like, not what other people's are like, so you just assume everybody's the same as you, until an election yea..."
Diane: "-- Not me! I know you're trash. Welcome to the gallery or benefit!"
Aria: "We're not done talking about this. I got a job to buy you ramen noodles. I'm okay being a part of your bohemian fantasy, and all, but I'm already solving like three conspiracies here, it's not like I have a lot of fucking time on my hands."
Ezra: "Look, lots of people take a break from their families in their twenties. It's known as the Post-Graduate Temper Tantrum, and it comes along with the Post-Graduate Freakout. You'll understand in ten years or so."
Aria: "Taking a break from my family is like, my favorite activity. Don't condescend to me, you old bitch."
Ezra: "Sorry. Sorry, Khaleesi."