You can actually hear a tiny crack in Spencer's braincase as she finds a way to become even more crazy and hatch an even weirder crazier plan than just hanging around all day, answering the door armed with just a surfeit of American History trivia and no bra on.
Spencer, shifty-eyed: "You know what, that was really thoughtful. Good ol' Moondoggie, good lookin' out. Hey, you know what would be really therapeutic? Take me on a date. Just you, a grown-up man, and me, a child in a vulnerable state, getting dinner and a movie out of town, alone."
Dr. Wren: "I got my medical degree from a cereal box so that sounds normal to me."
Spencer: "Have you seen that movie Academic Decathlon Regionals? They're showing it at a high school in Lewisburg. It's gonna look just like a regular Academic Decathlon that I'm not allowed to go to, but just trust me."
Hanna: "Well, I guess Caleb's not coming to this date I set him up on that he said he wasn't coming to..."
Caleb, appearing: "No, I'm coming. Ever since Aria got up in my biz at that nighttime half-marathon to raise money for no particular cause, I've had a daddy-sized hole in my heart."
Caleb: "Ssssooooo he's not coming. Way to churn up a bunch of shit and then kick me in the nuts about it, Hanna."
Hanna: "Perhaps he simply forgot what day it was, despite the fact we made this plan mere hours ago."
Caleb: "One time he split on me with a babysitter and eventually she called the cops because he was gone so long."
Hanna: "I been there, boo."
Caleb: "Have you really?"
Hanna: "No. Like in spirit, though."
(Ashley: "Motherhood. Crushin' it.")
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