So what are you saying,
that Alison might say this guy's guilty?
She thinks that he's gonna lead her to "A,"
when really "A"'s gonna make this
whole confession lead Tanner back to us.
But she wouldn't do that.
She's crazy, but she's not stupid.
Yeah, I thought so, too.
But a whole day has passed and this guy,
he's still sitting in jail.
Everything's gone, right?
The book, the research, the photos of Ali, all of it?
那本书 那些调查 还有艾莉的照片
Because if Tanner comes here--
Aria, you were the one that sent Spencer
over to help me move everything.
She's very thorough. You and I both know that.
Where is she?
- Who? Spencer? - No. Alison.
-谁 斯宾塞吗 -不 艾莉森
Because I want to talk to her, that's why.
No. No, you're not.
You just got your stitches out, Ezra.
You're about to take a bike ride
for the first time in God knows how long.
You just got the all-clear from your doctor.
You're okay again. You're really okay, and--
No, I-- I'm not gonna allow you to jump back on
Ali's crazy train.
Not with Tanner circling
and "A" watching our every move.
- No. - Aria--
No. Promise me you won't speak to her.
1.lead to 通向；把…带到
例句:Too much work and too little rest often lead to illness.
2.in jail 在狱中服刑
例句：I always said he would wind up in jail.
3.about to 即将
例句：He came just as the bus was about to leave.