Ashley: "I guess I can try chilling with you and not be worried about being stoned to death or made to wear a scarlet letter, Pastor Ted. It's not like the actual Olden Days, at least in this part of town."
Wilden: "Hold that thought. Can I get super creepy for a sec?"
Ted: "Officer Josh! So nice to see you. Have you met Ms. Marin?"
Wilden: "Have I."
Ashley: "He's been persecuting my daughter for the better part of two years. Real good cop, this one. He's found Alison DiLaurentis's murder, what, seventeen times? And check out his stats on finding people with shovels, they're incandescent."
Wilden: "Anyway, just wanted to make you feel real gross about yourself. Peace out!"
Ashley: "Well, short of a guy with a beard showing up to turn the root beer into regular style, I should probably go home to my wine now."
Ted: "Let me walk you all the way back to your self-esteem. Or at least your car."
Spencer has to walk into the middle of the street to hear Toby's voicemail, because RWPD is in the '40s part of town. It looks like Gotham City.
Toby: "Hey, can you call me? I'm about to leave this church... thing... and I need to know why you and Hanna LIED to me!"
Spencer: "Du-rahma! No thanks. Delete."
Jason: "Whew, those cops really didn't care about our meticulous story we worked out as to how we got that ankle bracelet."
Spencer: "What do we do now?"
Jason: "Um, wait?"
Spencer: "I've never actually brought evidence to the cops. Sometimes I set it on fire or push it off a cliff, sometimes I flush it down the toilet, but not once have I managed to do this very simple thing."
Spencer: "Hey Jay?"
Jason: "Yeah, Spence."
Spencer: "Think I could read those letters? Where you found out you're a bastard?"
Jason, verbatim: "Oh, Spencer. You don't want to do that. It'll just... Hurt."
Spencer: "You are quite different from Alison. I mean, the reason that you don't want me to see them is the very reason that she would want me to."
Jason: "I wonder what kind of person she would have turned into. I mean, I see it with the kids I work with. At first they're all attitude, but you peel back the layers and you usually find a person underneath. Sometimes a marijuana addict, but usually a person."
Spencer: "I know what you mean. But with Ali, it's like you keep peeling, and peeling, and there's always some new, even more horrible layer."