That part, I can identify. I had a similar* experience last year, actually, which I didn't really ever talk about to anybody because the details aren't that interesting or salacious, and it didn't end in tragedy or anything -- although we never figured out who dosed us -- but I did learn that it can be surprising where your body takes you, when your mind's been commandeered and safety becomes its first priority. I wonder how many roofie zombies end up walking to an ex's house on autopilot? God, how embarrassing.
On the other hand, I figured out why people who've been roofied are so often shockingly blasé about it after the fact, which is that they weren't there for it. So if nothing terrible happens, which knock wood, there's not really anything to say, like, your own experience is exactly like hearing about somebody else's dream. Not that fascinating or relevant, because it basically didn't happen to you. I always thought it was a way of going NBD about the horrible thing that happened, but no. It's just not a huge factor.
Paige: "So we're good?"
Emily: "Oh, we're better than good. We are making out."
Paige: "Just as long as you're not fucked up..."
Emily: "Not in the way you mean!"
Paige: "Wow, women really aren't funny."
Emily: "Don't look away from me. I want you to look in my eyes. And I want you to pretend I've just shown up here, high as a kite, slurring my words and talking gibberish. And I just want you to take it from there."
Byron: "Aria? Why are you sitting on the floor sobbing? Can I talk to you about it?"
Aria: "Look, did I ruin Ezra's life? I mean, I know technically it was you, but does this really all come down to me?"
Byron: "Far be it from me to admit a single thing I've ever done wrong, but..."
Aria: "Seriously, just be a dad for a second. Am I really fucking up his life? Am I responsible for his poverty and wangst? Am I just... Destroying everything that I touch?"
Byron, sweet hug: "No. You couldn't. You would never hurt anyone. And no one could ever be harmed by having you in their life."
Not exactly a Rupert Giles Award-winner for Greatest Dad Clutch Play, but it's so nice to see Aria get a hug from her poor father, especially with Meredith on the horizon, that it's touching all the same.