So on the upside, you got Adam Lambert asking you passive-aggressive questions like, "Are you here alone? How sad" -- and fingerpainting her name in the steam on the window, just in case Adam Lambert was wondering how to spell her name -- but then on the other hand she gets roofied while this is happening, and abducted. The person doing this is like a New Orleans red-and-gold queen doll clown, very scary, very reminiscent of the color scheme of A-Prime, a.k.a. the Girl In Red, a.k.a. maybe Cece Drake.
And then in another area, Paige and Emily have the most obnoxious conversation about how great it would be if the Ghost Train never stopped and they could just stay there forever, chugga-chugging into the eternal now where they don't have to deal with problems and where there is no water for Paige to drown her in.
Outside, there is the shadow of either an A-Teamer wearing the Hoodie, or the person who is about to abduct Spencer...
Which is turns out is Garrett, this year's Burlap Babyface, who can't even apologize in a way that is not skin-crawlingly scary. He grabs her face and pulls her out of foot traffic and into the wind so that she can look amazing some more.
Garrett: "Look, Spencer. I just want you to know how sorry I am about everything. You're like the only person in your graduating class who I like. The rest of the Liars are kind of obnoxious, but I like your moxie."
Spencer: "That's a lot of nice things for a monster to say."
Garrett, verbatim: "You were the one I really wanted to keep safe, but I wasn't strong enough. I thought that I had everything under control but I didn't. I didn't even know what the game was truly about..."
Spencer: "You killed Alison, though. Right?"
Garrett: "Shut up and let me tell you one actual thing. This is the only time this has ever happened on the show, so you'll want to pay attention."
THE NIGHT ALI DIED
So the NAT Club was in Ali's bedroom, remember: Jenna, Garrett, Ian. And then Melissa showed up looking a mess, and they all ran away. Garrett took Jenna out into the yard so Melissa and Ian could do whatever unimaginably frightening things they like to do. The yard, we learn, was all dug up because they were going to put in a gazebo or something.
Jenna: "We shouldn't leave those two together, Garrett. We can't trust them."