Previously: Ali went missing, and then her body turned up under a gazebo. Aria came back from Iceland and got all hot for teacher. Hanna was shoplifting, and her mom was sleeping with cops to get her off the hook. Emily started making out with her pot-smoking neighbor. And the girls started getting really personal text messages from "A", who they all thought was Alison, but now that she's dead, they're really screwed.
The foursome all sit around discussing why Jenna was at the funeral, and they're concerned about the fact that Too-Young Detective seems to think that they could be involved with Alison's murder. But they're all insistent that all they lied about was the "Jenna thing." Spencer says that it never happened. Aria says she still has nightmares about it, and Spencer basically advises her to shut it. Hanna deals with the situation by opening a flask and pouring it into her soda. An older patron looks on, and she claims it is medicinal. For cramps. I think I love her the most.
Aria says that Ali knew all their secrets but kept her own life pretty hush-hush. Well, not so fast there, Aria... Spencer knows a thing or two about the recently found deceased Alison. After some prodding, Spence reveals that Ali was seeing someone that summer. Emily claims she knew that Ali was keeping someone from her. Jealous, much? She corrects herself to say "us." Who was this mystery man? Well, Spencer just knows he was older, and he had a girlfriend. Hanna bitches that it isn't really a total secret. It's just a little teaser. Agreed, Hanna. Aria wonders how Ali so deftly played them into telling them their deep dark secrets without returning the favor, and Spencer says it was because she made them feel like they were a part of something special. Then all the girls get mushy about how much they miss each other. Emily still wears a bracelet that Alison had given her and then they all talk about where they imagined she'd been for the past year, they are all variations of her running off with a hot guy. They laugh about how she used to flirt with a hot lifeguard.
As their giggles die down, Jenna walks in, with her white cane clicking on the floor as she enters and sits down at a nearby counter. She seems to not notice the girls, who all immediately get up, exit the restaurant and go their separate ways. But at the counter, the camera pans in on Jenna, and it seems like she realizes that the girls are clearly ignoring her.