Spencer: "Okay but there's still my house and Aria's house, where teens live virtually unattended."
Hanna: "That's not the storyline, Spencer. Get lost, I gotta talk to Caleb. Speaking of a person who easily came to live with one of us in the past."
Spencer: "Do you need me to break into your classroom for you?"
Ezra: "No, I am too busy being locked out and acting all fucked up."
Caleb: "I am not having a huge amount of luck staking out that PO box we found. But I did sneak a cable bill off of the internet..."
Hanna: "So can we go to that physical address in Philly? Or wait until somebody else's storyline takes her there? Or else just brutally force Emily to do it like everybody else does and I am starting to get into?"
Aria has insisted on taking "action shots" of Jake doing martial arts, which he's sad about because she took too long coming up with them and he can't use it in his regional championships. Aria consciously decides to give a shit about all of this and come along... Especially when it turns out to be in Philly, where the clues live lately. I like that she's jumping into Lake Jake with both feet, but having seen what happens when she focuses in on a guy, I just hope his reflexes are good. You can't fight your way out of an obsessive relationship -- much less a murderous conspiracy -- with a paper bag over your head.
WREN! I MEAN, RADLEY!
Wren: "Mona, please use your pointy werewolf claws to look at this picture of a dad tossing a baby around outside a manger, and tell me what it says to you in your mind."
Mona: "Happy family being happy. Like a pretty butterfly."
Wren: "And how does that make you feel?"
Mona: "It makes me feel like you are stupid and this picture is awful."
Wren: "Right, you're Good Will Hunting. I can't trick your hyper-adrenaline super genius mind with dumb pictures. I guess it's the good old-fashioned talking cure, then."
Mona: "I blamed those girls for a lot of shit. But eventually I realized we're on the same side. I felt bad about being A, so I got rid of Wilden. And would do so again."