Mr. Fitz is teaching and writing the words "Innocence" and "Harper Lee" on the board. They all sit down as Mona walks in and calls him Mr. Fritz before she sits down awkwardly. As he starts his discussion of innocence and its usage in To Kill a Mockingbird, Aria walks in with her transfer slip stamped "declined."
Later, Hanna studies with Sean, and it seems like he's actually paying attention to books and not her extremely short skirt. So she pours him a soda and starts kissing his neck. He says that it's too hard to stop once they start. She says they're alone, but he still puts her off. She asks him if he likes her like that, or if he thinks of her as the fat girl she used to be, and he sweetly kisses her to insist that he does actually feel for her. He's just choosing to wait, and it isn't because of his dad. I would say that it was for the best that they stopped, since Melrose Mom walks in at this point, but honestly, if she saw her daughter hooking up with a cute guy who could help her social standing, she'd probably start cheering. Melrose Mom wants Sean to let him know that they've been trying to make it to church, but she's been busy on the weekends. He jokes that his dad works weekends, too. The lame joke gets ignored as Det. Wilden walks in with Thai food, and Melrose Mom not-so-subtly tells her daughter that the preacher's son needs to get going.
Spencer has dinner with her father. Well, she's looking at a course catalog, and he's text messaging, and there doesn't seem to be food, but they're in a restaurant together at the same table. She tries to tell him about a class at Hollis she wants to take for fun, and he brushes her off, saying her mom will be home the next day. Nice to know he's paying attention.
When Aria walks in, Spencer goes over to talk to her. I'm sure her dad doesn't even notice that she's left. They discuss the weird lunch, when Wren and Melissa walk in to join Spencer and her dad for what is sure to be a super-warm and cozy dinner. Spencer orders an alcoholic drink, and Melissa quickly assures the waiter that she's just joking. Maybe she wasn't, Melissa. Maybe she needs to drink to tolerate you and your pushy father. I can't say as I'd blame her.
Maya thinks that Emily and Spencer are friends because of their mutual desire to win. But for Emily, it's healthy competition; for Spencer, it's mandatory. Maya picks up a picture of the girls and says that Alison always seemed to be at the center of attention in all the photographs. Well, that sounds about right. Maya says she typically avoids the queen-bee types, and then the two girls discuss sleeping arrangements. They both like to sleep in the middle of the bed.