The Tobot, having cleansed itself in the shower of his human companions, is now drying himself off in front of the one called Spencer.
I’ll throw you a bone, if you’re into this kind of thing.
You’re welcome, I suppose. Then they make out and Spencer wonders why they’re waiting to do it.
“What is this ‘boner’ you humans speak of?”
Spencer gets yet another call from “unknown.” Toby says, like everyone else, that he’s glad that Spencer and Co. were out of town when the Alison digging thing happened.
Ooooh, it’s Rosewood High’s senior registration weekend! And Caleb wants to cook with Hanna. I mean that literally. And his hair looks like shit, as usual. I mean that figuratively. Well, mostly figuratively. Aria and Spencer are talking about how Aria’s dad hates Ezra (I’ve always liked that Byron) and then they say hi to Lucas, who just skulks away without saying anything. Boo! Give Lucas some lines! Lines that involve him coming out and then making out with the first Jason from Season 1! They all think that Lucas is up to something. And no one’s heard from Emily.
Emily, it turns out, is outside, staring at the school, all nervous about going in to register. And then Aria goes to the restroom. Oooh! Suspense . . . less . . . ness. Aria can’t lock the door! And then someone makes weird sounds! (Um, it’s a BATHROOM, Aria. Weird sounds are kind of its thing.) And then someone in black runs by! Aria can see him/her through the (huge) crack in the door! But then Aria can’t open the door! And then the door opens! And then it’s a commercial! When we’re back, the other gals arrive to the restroom, where Aria says she had a panic attack and thinks she saw “A.” Spencer tells her that that’s impossible since Mona is locked up.
After the registration, Spencer’s at home, studying for some test. Another call from “unknown” and Spencer ignores it. Her mom wants her to come into the city for a girls’ night out with her and Melissa, but Spencer says that she can’t, and that Melissa will bounce back. So . . . Melissa had a miscarriage or something? Hmmmm . . . I barely care. Spencer packs up her things and rushes out.
Ella is packing up some boxes. I guess she’s moving out. Again? Or did Byron move out the last time? Aria thinks that she and Ezra drove Ella and Byron apart. Ella lies and says that’s not the case. Aria talks about some “grown-up lunch” that Ella took her to when Aria was 13 and told her to be who she wants to be, and Aria’s grateful that Ella is letting her bone her ex-teacher.
Wait, is there a new restaurant in Rosewood?! Whaaaaaaa?! What will The Only Restaurant in Rosewood do now that there’s competition?! Although it might just be a coffee shop. It’s kind of like The Bronze in Buffy, except it’s devoid of vampires. And witty dialogue. The Tobot is meeting Emily for some coffee. They shoot the shit (I guess Spencer’s mom/dad is paying him to do some work around the house, which is just odd, if you ask me) and then The Tobot asks what kind of “sick person” would dig up Alison’s grave.
“Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh . . .”
Emily says she needs to talk to Toby about something. Meanwhile, Spencer’s getting her Scooby Gang on down at the Lost Woods Resort (the Bates Motel they were at in the finale last half of season 2′s full season second part). I’m trying to figure out if there’s some sort of message in the burned-out neon signs, but it spells out “two rert” in the lighted signs and “los ods so” in the un-lit signs, so f**k it. Let’s move on. Spencer walks to the motel, hears a twig breaking, and then strikes that turn-around-and-look-intensely-for-someone-or-something-odd pose that people often strike in scary movies and vaguely borderline-scary ABC Family dramas. Scary music tells us that someone is possibly following Spencer probably. Maybe. Perhaps.
“Hello? Secret Life of the American Teenager? Is that you?”
Spencer enters a motel room, which I’m assuming is the one that Mona rented or whatever, but it looks huge and kind of like a classroom, so I’m not sure what’s going on, exactly. What is Spencer looking for? A clue? A sign? A continental breakfast? Because I’m pretty sure the Lost Woods Resort doesn’t have one, Spence. Unless it’s a fried egg in an envelope like in that Simpsons episode.
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