Hanna breaks into her mother’s locked closet and discovers her father’s gun wrapped in a silk scarf. There’s nothing amusing about this except that the scarf is a lovely cornflower color.
Hanna takes the gun out of the closet like an idiot who wants to be embroiled in a crime investigation. She calls Spencer Tracy, but Spencer Tracy ignores her.
AND THEN HANNA DOES THE DUMBEST THING I’VE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE. SHE TOUCHES THE HAND GUN WITH HER HANDS THEREBY PUTTING HER PRINTS ALL OVER A MURDER WEAPON.
I am done with Hanna.
Spencer Tracy tries to speak nerd to an information booth kid to get the lowdown on the phone number. He points out she has crazy eyes and assumes she’s after an ex-boyfriend, but then he feels bad, so he lets her know the number is on Greek Row. Spencer Tracy then drops serious “A Song of Ice And Fire” nerd cred* on the kid’s ass when he implies once more that her search must be tied to an ex-boyfriend because all girls must care about is boys.
Aria’s parents are having coffee or drinks or whatever. They talk about the big bandage on her neck and how she should get laid in Europe.
*And yes, that’s me dropping my own “A Song of Ice And Fire” nerd cred, because that’s what the series is really called. It’s not called Game of Thrones! That’s just the TV show and first book’s name.