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Nate is back at The Bronze again, where Emily gives Nate his book back. Nate conveniently forgot Maya’s parents’ address in his car. And he conveniently is going to the post office tomorrow. And he can conveniently add the address to the letter and mail it for her. You know, conveniently. Em says they should hang out some time and Nate says he might leave Rosewood and Hollis because all anyone can talk about is Maya’s death. And how awesome it was?! Okay, that was low, you guys, I’ll admit that. My apologies. Mostly. Kind of. Nate says he wants to think about how Maya lived and not how she died. So, a snipe-y pothead who treated everyone, but especially her sweet girlfriend, like shit? Cuz that’s how I remember her. Emily tells Nate that Maya wouldn’t want him to leave school. Of course not — she’d want him to stick around so he could get her into all the good frat parties. Nate tells Emily that she’ll have to let Maya go at some point and Emily tells Nate that if he stays in Rosewood, he’ll have a friend. In Jesus. And also Emily, I guess. Nate says that Maya was a lucky girl. Now, THAT I’ll agree with. Emily was WAAAAAAAY too good for Maya. Then again, even Alf was way too good for Maya.
Hanna’s crying as some weepy indie song plays that every 13 year-old girl will google and download immediately after this episode and then play over and over in her room because it’s just. So. Sad, you guys! Like, the song is super sad, just like my 13 year-old life! Montage of sad faces. Sad Hanna. Sad Emily. Sad Caleb. Sad Spencer. Spencer walks by Jason’s house. Is Jason sad as well? I don’t know. Or care. Why is Jason always on his porch? Has the set crew not finished building the rest of it yet? It’s season 3, guys, get on that, maybe. Jason says he’s received a lot of phone calls about Alison’s remains, but nothing worked out. Spencer says she’s so ready to go to college and get out of Rosewood. Jason says that she won’t be fully able to get away and adds that he’s going to see his parents in a few days and that he’s withdrawing the reward. Spencer’s all, The truth always comes out, one way or another.
Spencer leaves and then Jason writes a check to “Cash” for $50,000. He has horrible handwriting. It’s like a kindergartener serial killer’s handwriting. Then he calls someone and tells them to meet him in the parking lot in 15 minutes. Spencer’s still walking alone at night, which is smart, since she’s being threatened and blackmailed, and then Detective Wilden shows up and is all, How far is your parents’ lake house? Spencer wants to know why, but Det. Wilden is all, “Just curious.”
“A” Sequence: “A” is drinking a cocktail at the Montecito airport. Wow, this “A” really likes the sauce. Can we assume it has to be someone over 21? Or perhaps he/she has a fake i.d. He/she is using the laptop with gloves on (does that even work?) and changes Mona’s visitation to “Permitted.” Wow, that was easy. The sanitarium might want to beef up their i.t. security. Just a thought. He/she leaves a $50 bill on the table. Well, “A” might be a blackmailer, but he/she leaves one hell of a tip.
On another note: I’m going through some life changes or “transitions” as some people like to call them. And while I’m not having gender reassignment surgery and competing on America’s Next Top Model, like you’re hoping, I will be moving to another (bigger, thank god) city and starting a new (thank god) job. I’ll be living with friends and trying to find a new place. “But how does this affect me, the reader?!” you ask yourself. Man, you’re selfish. Basically, I’ll be recapping PLL until around the end of July and then someone else will take over for a while. Depending on how fast I find a place and get internet (soon, god-willing!) I’ll be back to recap the last few eps of this half-season. If not, though, I’ll definitely be back for the fall/winter premiere. It’s just a little PLL vacay, you guys, nothing else.