MEAN-EFFING-WHILE, at the stakeout, the gals see a cab pull up to take Jenna to H. Cobb’s. They follow. Back at Spencer’s house, she’s now on the horn with The Hanover, saying she’s Melissa and needs to check her bill to see if she left on June 10th, but the dude on the phone says that she stayed three days after that, with restaurant and spa charges. And? An additional room. For Veronica Hastings. Say what?!
Emily arrives in Ella’s classroom to tell her that she’s going to talk to the vice-principal with her. Ella protests, but Emily says that she’s grateful but Ella doesn’t know what she’s done. Then the vice-principal shows up with Ezra, who tells Ella that he told the vice-principal that he talked to Ella after the test and then asked Ella to grade Emily’s test in front of him, which could look like preferential treatment, but was an honest mistake with good intentions. And the vice-principal bought it, so all is well.
OR IS IT?!
Ezra saves the day, dammit. Aria and Hanna arrive at Jenna’s destination — a doctor’s office, deciding to go in in a few minutes. Then they see Jenna . . . freaking driving away in a blue Mustang convertible! They get the other girls on the horn ASAP.
But let’s forget about the excitement for a minute and focus on something incredibly boring.
Ooooh, Ezra’s trying to buy a soda! SUSPENSE! Ella shows up to thank him for what he did. But she’s not sure why Ezra did it. He says he knows what it’s like to be a teacher. Plus, they used to be friends. Before he boned her daughter. Which tends to put a crimp in things, sometimes.
“Tell me about it . . .”
So, all the girls have met up and followed Jenna to H. Cobb’s, which is a gun store. Emily recognizes the car from the Alison-grave night. They ask Spencer about her call to the hospital and Spencer (who looks really pretty in this scene, by the way) tells them that there were no records. Jenna comes out and Hanna walks over to confront her. Spencer tries to hold her back, but she can’t. Hanna walks in front of Jenna’s car and is all, “What a sight for sore eyes.”
Back at the loony bin, Mona is playing solitaire and talking about how her grandpa taught her to play. Turns out she’s talking to Caleb. He tells her that he might believe her and he might not, but she better not mess with Hanna or some shit will go down. Caleb’s all, You’re laughing at all of us in your head, but the real joke is, “I get to walk out of that door and you don’t get to go anywhere.” Mona’s all, “You are a lousy kisser.” And then she freaks the f**k out and screams and throws shit around and screams some more while orderlies try to sedate her.
In an alley, Jenna tells the girls that she could see from the first operation. She adds that it was the only way to protect herself — people get careless around blind people (I know I do!) and sometimes leave things that they think she can’t see. Also, it was safer if she didn’t tell Toby. So, she liked to go driving at night — which is probably awesome: I’m sure night driving is the first thing doctors tell you to do after restoring your eyesight — and she saw Emily standing in the middle of the road. She almost hit Em with her car and since Em was drunk and crying about Maya, she didn’t want to leave Emily there. “She was so messed up that I didn’t think she’d remember and if she did, who would believe her?” Jenna was going to take Emily home but she freaked out at a red light and jumped out of the car. This happened, Jenna says, about 12 or 12:30. She asks the PLL gang not to tell anyone, because’s she’s still in danger or whatever. She’s all, You owe it to me. Which, um, yeah. They do.