Paige: "That was a good burn."
There are voices of A-Teamers now, moving the Aria coffin around. I am sure we'll find out who they are, and I'm sure it'll make sense, but for this show I'm not... It's not the kind of show where you bust out the voice analysis software to find out what the people in the forest are whispering or whatever. I'm willing to go on the journey with the least amount of effort. Seems like you're going to get to the same place either way.
Boy: "...Lied to me. Can't do this..."
That seems like the kind of thing Lucas is eternally saying, but his only real stuff this episode -- besides being a reluctant or possibly former A-Teamer -- has to do with Jason, which has me thinking it's a money thing since that's all Jason or Lucas has really talked about in the last year. I just can't imagine very many people being onboard with the idea of "Let's kill Garrett and put his body in a crate with Aria, very much alive, and then do further shenanigans." Like who would sign off on that?
So they're gearing up to shove the crate off the train entirely, resulting in a box of dead boy and injured or dead Aria being found by hobos, which should rouse little to no suspicion, but then Aria locates a giant knitting needle (?) in the box with her, and stabs the boy member of the A-Team through the hand. They bounce without offloading the cargo, just as Hanna's bashing through the doors to get the Liars in there to save Aria. She is, needless to say, a total basketcase at this point. I mean, who knew this was the kind of show where stuff like this could happen to you? Everybody but you, baby.
Pastor Ted: "No little blonde girls around, I checked the whole block even. Did you recognize that little girl?"
Ashley: "She wasn't from the neighborhood. Or our time period. I just can't figure out how she got upstairs to begin with. Or why, when I touched her skin, it was cold as ice."
Pastor Ted: "This is a bit much."
Ashley: "Pastor Ted, do you believe in ghosts?"
Pastor Ted: "If you're asking whether I believe in the eternal soul that will live in peace with our Heavenly Father for all time, the answer is yes. If you're asking whether I believe in the occult, the answer is that like most Christians I am obsessed with it and all I do is think about it all the time, even though it is a made-up urban legend."
THE END OF THE GHOST TRAIN