Jane Doe: "This is luxury?"
Eddie: "Yeah, you stupid teenager. This private mental facility is a good deal better than County. Stop whining."
Jane Doe: "Point taken. What happens next?"
Eddie: "Doctor visit to evaluate your mind. I wouldn't stress, though, since you have close relationships with the only two mental health professionals in a 100-mile radius."
Liars: "That bitch Melissa for calling the police."
Hanna: "Like we need more cops in our life to replace the ones we're constantly murdering or getting murdered."
Liars: "We don't know what to do or how anything works!"
Emily: "I guess I'm the Spencer still. Pull it together and listen up. The cops are not going to find her if she doesn't wanna be found, or frankly even if she does. We're going to stop crying, rub some dirt on it, and set up a perimeter. Aria, you check bookstores and the Hollis theater lab, all the places you're already going. I'll check the robot killer houses in case she's been abducted, and ask Paige if she's done anything crazy to her. Hanna, you're the wildcard. Just follow your instincts. And you can be the one who keeps bothering Melissa about it."
Jane Doe sets out solitaire like tarot; discovers the Joker card in her deck. I guess this is just symbolic of her being crazy, or else she's thinking about Hanna. Maybe the Joker is Toby. I don't really know why this scene is here, except to show that Jane Doe is not kidding around about being crazy because if she were Spencer right now she would be sniffing the baseboards and removing parts of the ceiling to check for clues and climbing into the vents and decoding the messages clearly scratched into the desk by the previous tenant of this room. Or creating a computer simulation of these things.
The Joker rides a bike, a skeleton. Death, the wildcard, shows up when you least expect it. She thought Mona was the enemy, that Ian and Melissa and Jason and not-Jason and CeCe Drake and Darren Wilden and Cousin Nate were the enemy, but they weren't, not really. Any more than Jenna was blind, they weren't the enemy. The A-Team runs at the pleasure of the Red Coat, the Queen of Hearts. But she has a lover, and he breaks all hearts. He rides a bicycle; he can't be avoided or denied.
Hanna: "Are you seriously looking in the paper to see if Wilden's turned up dead yet? You're not listening. On this show, it's way more likely he took a vacation or something. Just because you ran over somebody and they haven't shown back up doesn't mean they are dead. It just means they don't matter this week."