Ezra starts shit with Aria, basically, and acts pissy because of finding out that she was looking into California colleges, but can't say that out loud because he'll look as petulant as he's being, so finally in the absence of the actual conversation he's like, "Maybe I'll quit working here and go work with your dad at the college, how would you like that?" Although I guess that would also allow them to keep dating, is what he might be thinking, just as people, but of course Aria sees it as this gross betrayal and also like she's crushing his mojo, and it's just the same old song with them, so then Mona comes in and interrupts with more of her bullshit.
Caleb, when he sees the stolen Jenna phone and the ten-miles-of-bullshit look still plastered to Hanna's face, says the following awesome things: "Where did you get this, the year 2020?" It's for someone who can't see. "Okay, well someone who can might need to call NASA to turn it on." You have an hour. "Stealing a blind person's phone? That's sick. What do you like to do for fun on the weekends, break old ladies' hips?" And then later on when he says he can't hack it, dumb old Hanna is actually surprised that he deduced it was Jenna Cavanaugh's phone, like, of all the many blind kids boppin' around their school, how did he know? Is he A?
More trouble between Ezra and Aria, Aria fucked something up or didn't. I mean, I hate to gloss over it because the acting is incredible as usual, but I don't know what to say. You know how they're a couple of gaywads? They do that some more. Mona is an all-purpose bitch some more. Aria allows herself to evince annoyance. Ezra looks like he's about to dump her. But it's only when he questions her stage-managing abilities that Aria kicks everybody out of the room, because... Of course that's her breaking point: Doubting the new skill she invented yesterday.
And of course let's have a big stupid girlfriend fight in the middle of a glass-walled fishbowl with Berber carpet and everybody we know watching and let's just furthermore assume that nobody knows what we're fighting about, Ezra. They are so dumb! So anyway, basically it comes down to their futures may or may not be linked -- which causes Aria to puncture her own skin -- but that it's not because of him: "The whole point of college is to broaden your world, not pack up your high school English teacher and bring him with you!" (Nice one, Fitz.) She is all aghast and wonders about whether or not he just admitted he's molesting her -- "Is that how you see yourself?" -- but he assures her they are still a pair of star-crossed idiots and that he's more worried about her outgrowing him: "But you will, when the time comes."