The question at the PLL table is, what if Aria was right when she was being a bitch for five seconds and Toby is screwing with them? Spencer takes the Emily role* of being all, "No, I can see his soul, the soft and bright within him." But anyway we want to talk about Hanna and the Artful Dodger (nice; Spencer of course) and how she is always with him now and this very morning was spotted handing him a wet oven mitt.
*(It's kind of sad actually, as somebody on the forums pointed out, that this whole new Spencer/Toby story really seems to box Emily out for no good reason. It could just be the idiom of the show, or the particular episode, but it comes off weird and loose-thready, because of all the times for Spencer and Emily to form an Iorek Byrnison Voltron it would be about Toby, but instead it's like we just met Toby and he's a part of Spencer's storyline and not, you know, a huge part of Emily's entire story. Not sad in terms of the show universe, but just as a viewer it's weird.)
"It was his hat! Why shouldn't I have his hat?" Spencer awesomely points out that Caleb is kind of the anti-Sean but his darkness is a little too dark. As if this show would ever stop telling us how "dark" Caleb is, despite any evidence to the contrary, which further goes to the idea that Caleb is somehow going to sketch out in the future, just like every other guy on this show.
Which is what's so weird about Caleb, because in a literal world of sketchy motherfuckers -- the show might as well be called A Young Girl's Guide To Navigating Teenage Tailhook Hell -- he's the only one that we've had it rammed down our throats that he's a bad guy, bad guy, bad guy, with no evidence. Just zero evidence of this (beyond his hacker stuff, which is itself a force for good not bad and I am sure the show knows that).
I mean, personal feelings aside, even I could see that Noel was a problem citizen. But Caleb? Lotta tell, no show. Which is not something this show usually pulls, which is why I think it's foreshadowing rather than shorthand. (For e.g., if A got her hooks in Caleb I could see him doing massive damage and everybody including Yours Truly being pretty bummed about it.)
Anyway. Hanna, of course, is like, "Caleb is no Arthur Dodger, whoever that is," and they all share a look because of how sometimes Hanna's Hanna.