Diane: "Aria! You looked lonely over here. Lonely and bedraggled, just like a little orphan!"
Aria: "Nope, just wearing borrowed clothes and looking at this awesome art. This belong to your mom and dad?"
Diane: "Yes, before their... Unfortunate accident. You don't seem to know very much about our Ezra."
Aria: "We're still learning about each other. You know, since we started dating well after he left his position at my high school, where I go to school because I am a little child. As he lied to you about previously."
Diane: "I'm sure you know lots of sides of the Fitz. The dedicated teacher, the struggling writer... You fit right into that world. That world he invented from watching Rent over and over, the little homo. You get to be his muse!"
Aria: "I wouldn't call myself that."
Diane: "'B-23,' you ungracious idiot. Don't diminish your role."
Aria: "I'm... Not playing a role. If you knew anything about me you'd know I'm as painfully sincere as it gets. You see, I do not have my shit together enough to fake anything, ever."
Diane: "What do your parents think of Ezra? Is that what poor people call them? 'Parents'?"
Aria: "My mom used to be friends with him. And my dad worked at the college..."
Diane: "Do you understand we are talking about Chuck Bass money here? I know your social security number. I know what color underwear you're wearing under that borrowed gown from several seasons ago. I have a trained sniper following you at all times; his codeword for go is 'lepidoptera.' I have a lobbyist right now working on changing the laws of consent in Pennsylvania. Just to fuck with you!"
Aria: "This must be what it's like to be on that show Pretty Little Liars. I must say, I don't care for it."
Diane: "So. Fathers and daughters... That can be tricky."
Aria: "Welcome to Rosewood."
Diane: "Your parents are divorced, are they not? Recently? As recently as when you started seeing Ezra? Romantically, I mean."
Aria, verbatim: "You ask questions like you already know the answers."
Diane: "Chuck Bass money, dear. Mikey's arrests, your romance with a 'former' teacher, the way your mother moved out over your father's infidelity... You can literally chart all the cracks and strains."