Nia is talking to the police, and they're explaining that Emily's date brought her to the ER, handed her off to a nurse and left. Nia doesn't think this sounds like Ben. Nia? Pay attention to your kid. That's been over for ages, and Ben's basically a rapist, so he's not the good guy you've painted him out to be. The cop says that the school guest list says she went with Toby and accuses her of being a bad parent, and she lies that she totally knew about that but got confused. As to Toby's whereabouts now, he dropped off the car and took off on his motorcycle.
Emily told the cops that she went out for air and tripped, and she didn't want to get Toby in trouble until she'd talked to the girls. Where's Hanna? Shouldn't she be at Emily's bedside? And whose car says Congratulations on it? I thought for sure it was the one belonging to the homecoming queen. Unless that was the car they were raffling off? Did Emily win? Spencer says that the truth about Toby is in the file, so that should get him in trouble. Isn't Spencer smart enough to know that a stolen file isn't admissible evidence? The cops won't do anything about the fact that a girl read something, went running and actually tripped.
Hanna shows up. Finally. Nia sends her upstairs, saying that Emily needs some rest. The cops want to talk to Emily to see if she remembers anything else, or if she forgot something, or is protecting Toby. I just realized that this thankfully isn't Det. Wilden. It's nice to see there are some other members of the police force, and they don't just do it up 90210-style, where there is one person who has like every adult job imaginable to save money. Nia says that her daughter is totally honest and wouldn't have told a fib. The detective steals House's famous line and says that everybody lies.
Upstairs, the girls are encouraging Emily to tell the cops the truth, though Aria tells her she has to leave out the file. Spencer sighs and agrees. Spencer, I expected better than that. Hanna is impressed with the amount of people on the Rosewood police force as well. She still has the file because the cops were at the shrink's office doing some follow up questioning. Emily asks to look at it. Hanna hopes that no one saw her going into the office building, or she is "hosed." Don't worry, I'm sure that there aren't any security cameras or anything, and that awesomely nerdy Lucas is totally spellbound by your beauty and unable to put two and two together. Aria's phone rings, and the girls panic that it is "A," but it's just Holly Marie Mom, putting her daughter in the middle of a passive-aggressive fight with her father. She and Spencer take off, and Hanna wonders what to do with the file. They decide to throw it in Hanna's locker at school until they come up with a plan. Dumbasses. Lockers are public property and can be searched without a warrant. They should hide it in one of their rooms. Do teenagers not watch legal dramas?