Ah, the old You'll Outgrow Me thing. You know who never, ever has to deal with that? People who have actual, honest-to-God relationships with the appropriate people. If you find yourself worrying about that sort of thing, break up with the person immediately because you have been doing a number on yourself and never should have gone there. Either you're being weak or they are, but either way it's no bueno.
Spencer: "Your character is suspicious."
Hanna: "It doesn't say that in the script."
Spencer: "That's because it's underneath the words."
Hanna: "That's the reason why she's drinking?"
Spencer: "No, she's drinking because her kid drowned."
Somebody, who even cares who, as though this is a transition from any part of any conversation, ever, to any other part of any other conversation: "...Maybe there are no accidents! We never questioned what happened at that party..."
...Aaaand right into the flashback again. That's the dumbest fucking thing I've ever heard. I love this show, you know, but when they get lazy, man, you can see the whole ass. Back in the flashback, the drunk girl Ian was planning on raping went flying down the pool table just as one of the Liars was trying to talk Emily into flirting with one of the cutest dudes we've ever seen on this show. Drunk ho: Bottom of the stairs. Ian: Top of the stairs, doing his usual thing of staring like a fucking lunatic.
Back in real life they're all, "Why didn't you mention the part where Ian was at the top of the stairs, during this party that none of us ever thought to mention where that girl broke her neck?" Well, why does it matter at all? Because it establishes precedent for Ian killing girls, like Alison and this drunk girl, and possible future girls, like all of us girls for example. Mona goes, "I'm having a hard time figuring out who's evil and who's just naughty!" And Ezra just grins and tells her to work it out. Spencer, on the other hand, is totally sure that some people are pure evil.
...Back into the flashback, where Alison appears out of nowhere and they're all drunk off their asses, and Alison laughs when they tell her about the drunk neck girl, "Note to self: Don't drink and dive," and then brashes her way through to the point of getting a ride back to Rosewood from some cops, which scares the girls but she goes, "The bolder the move, the less anyone questions it." Like if you say chillax, like Alison just did, you better fucking own it.