Aria sinks into the couch with Ezra. As he puts his movie back on, he turns to kiss her head and also looks back at said sock drawer. "When you're loyal to man, you're loyal to everything about him ... Even his faults," the movie line says.
Spencer's at the hospital watching Garrett's every move while she's on the phone with Emily, replaying said every move. She stares as he picks out some "hideous" and "tacky" flowers and notices that he writes a note.
Whether you're struggling to get your foot in the door, your feet on the floor, or to keep your spot on top, Bunheads and Breaking Pointe will give you a look at what lies beyond the ballet slippers and leotards.
But he tells Hanna that there's someone he doesn't want her talking to or seeing anymore: Mon-A. She doesn't owe her anything and she shouldn't go to Radley anymore. Hanna's "your sweet" reply doesn't sound very reassuring.
The show isn't quite "Gilmore Girls" plus dancing, but it's pretty close, and that is not a bad thing at all. "Bunheads" comes from "Gilmore Girls" creator Amy Sherman-Palladino, and you'll find a lot of familiar elements here.
A crash of thunder wakes up Hanna and Aria before Spencer reemerges to reveal that Emily is gone. Cut to Emily -- with shovel in hand -- standing over Alison's grave which has been dug up, opened and no longer holds Ali's remains.