Hanna: "Sorry my mom and I had feelings the other day. Women are so weak."
Caleb: "I thought it was nice that your mom stopped acting like your foster parent. I wish my foster parents would act like foster parents."
Hanna: "I thought you were living with Lucas? In bunkbeds? Did I dream that? Was that just a dream some of us had?"
Caleb: "No, I am -- and it is tremendous -- but part of the deal is that she is letting me live there in return for cashing the checks. Please don't tell anybody that. Or please don't have an omniscient stalker who might use it against me in a complicated game of cat and mouse."
Hanna: "Well, it's unjust. And I think you could be living it up with a great foster family."
Caleb: "I kind of like the system I've got going now."
(He says a thing about how Hanna's Eat Pray Love chick-lit life of weak woman feelings can turn quickly into Drink Snap Slap, which is kind of glib but also sad. Unless he is talking about Lucas, because we know that bitch gets nasty when he drinks.)
I guess Ezra took all the copies of The Great Gatsby because we're studying The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter now, which fits this show so awesomely from what I remember. Not only do you have the same role-as-character-as-destiny thing as this show (like, there's a deaf guy who's BFF with a blind guy, and there's four pretty Jungian types that run the show) but also that whole Southern Comfort/Sleepy Gothic thing that goes with this show, and then also the constant feelings-feelings-feelings. Great book. I don't know why they don't teach it. Well, I guess sometimes they do. Once Ezra goes to college.
Emily: "So get this. The whole suicide note is actually composed of previous texts we've received from A."
Spencer: "So wait, Ian didn't even confess to killing Alison all of a sudden?"
Emily: "It gets worse."
Emily: "I won't answer that question right now, for some reason."
She goes back to Logan Reed's place of employment and he begs her to leave him alone, but no. Not with The Spencer burning in her as it is right now. Um, so he was making the bribe delivery that night on behalf of somebody else, a lady, whom he also never met and who paid him through a PO Box. In fact he never even knew this had to do with Ian.
I am so confused. Wasn't this the night that Ian was killing Spencer and then was killed? That all happened at the same time, yes? Yes. That's why Spencer was alone. Jeez, The Night(s) Ian Died is getting more complicated than Alison's whole terrible death night.