Hanna: "Man, that's so sad that you didn't even get to talk to your molester."
Aria: "Hey, as long as it's 100% all about me."
Hanna: "I guess you should just focus on the fact that we are going to be murdered."
Aria: "Also on being horrible to Emily."
(Emily ducks them so they won't hit her, and then goes to her locker. Spencer's copy of The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter, which has her name written in it of course, also contains a note -- in similar handwriting, perhaps? -- that says "10 PM." How crazy that A was able to slip that note in her book before Spencer ever bumped into her in English, somehow knowing that they'd trade them and... That's not what happened, is it.)
Hanna: "Lucas, could you take a second from stalking me and looking at mysterious Website Pages in order to find every photo of me doing community service and remove it from the internet?"
Lucas: "Okay, Rick Santorum. You realize that's not how the internet works, right?"
Hanna: "Just do it, okay?"
Lucas: "...Okay. Hey, look on the bright side, it's the internet, you're up against talking dogs and people eating bits of sofa cushion. Whatever the fuck is going on on Tumblr. And you look cute in them, in a post-apocalyptic, rag-tag-band-of-survivors kind of way..."
Hanna: "I got that reference. I think you are infecting me with dorkiness."
Lucas: "Just like you infected me with being in love with Caleb."
Ezra & Byron, verbatim: "I thought it was a good way to talk about architecture in context. I mean, people lived in these buildings. It was the real world for them. Anything that gets people reading Henry James is fine by me. Yeah, and we could combine classes, we'll show 'em The Heiress."
Ezra & Byron: "We are so postmodern and interdisciplinary. I have a total '90s woodie right now."
(The Heiress is about a girl who falls for this guy her parents don't trust, and by the end of the movie she has ruined his entire life and it's amazing even to the grownups. Her aunt's all, "Why are you being such a bitch?" and the girl, Olivia De Havilland, is like, "I have been taught by masters.")