Ezra: "Do you really have to be on the phone right now?"
Aria: "Yes, Ezra Fitz! I have a very important job of telling Melanie Mayron how to drive places."
Fitz: "Why not just drive there with her? Or show her how to work the GPS?"
Aria: "She has a paranoia of driving with strangers, Ezra Fitz! Because of we live in Rosewood Pennsylvania."
Aria gets a text about Spencer and Hanna's plan to get murdered, and how they almost killed an old lady -- "OMG did she die?" the sociopathic Aria responds -- but pretends it's still about Laurel and her vehicle.
Ezra: "Hey, let me take some pictures of you with this Olden Days camera I bought you with my hard-earned money."
Aria: "I am only working as this lady's assistant because you are poor and pathetic, so okay."
He does, they make out, a song plays. It's not romantic if you're not drawing faces on paper bags, guys. Although it will make for some handy evidence in the eventual trial of Ezra Fitz, Statutory Manchild.
Toby: "[Contractor talk, because he is a child with his own building company.]"
Spencer: "I don't want you to think I don't care, but I haven't been listening to anything you have said."
Toby: "That makes me try out all kinds of new faces and tones of voice."
Spencer: "Fine, let's make out. I just realized randomly Googling April Rose is kind of a foolhardy way of doing research."
Peter Hastings: "Hey, kids! Don't let me interrupt you."
Toby: "Bye everybody!"
Spencer: "Hey, I haven't had a knock-down, drag-out fight with you in what seems like weeks."
Peter: "It's because I haven't been around. What would you like to fight about?"
Spencer: "Mom and her commitment to that retard justice system I hate so much."
Peter: "First of all, don't use that word. Secondly, being a lawyer is what your mother does for a living. And third of all, she's going to get Garrett's entire case thrown out."
Spencer: "Because he's not guilty?"
Peter: "No, because the evidence is maybe tainted. Lawyer stuff."
Spencer: "I am so angry when people do their jobs! If an innocent man doesn't go to jail for a crime he clearly didn't commit, my whole life will shatter into a million pieces!"
It's interesting how her bulldog sensibility and this obsession with first Ian and now Garrett -- like, the ways she'll intentionally avoid thinking about things that don't line up with her decree -- is actually becoming a storyline. Like, what would it take for her to accept the judgment of the courts? Why on Earth would she ever consider anybody else for the killer? And how deeply crazy is she going to go about it?