According to the Gretchen Weiners' School of Feminism, what Spencer and Caleb did on that couch was so not cool -- except, it totally was cool. It's always been a show about a group of young women rising above the sh-t that the patriarchy throws at them. When she confronted Spencer about her feelings for Caleb, she went through about a million different emotions in five seconds -- we saw it on her face -- but she ultimately gave Spencer her blessing. Hanna might have told Spencer to ask Caleb how he felt, but did she mean it? He's a hacker, and she's a political mastermind.
According to the Gretchen Weiners' School of Feminism, what Spencer and Caleb did on that couch was so not cool -- except, it totally was cool.
And when Caleb grabbed Spencer's hand later that night, I'd be lying if I said I didn't feel some sort of giddy anticipation for what was to come. Think about how weirdly smart and intense their children would be or, you know, don't. Spencer and Caleb have always been one of our favorite, albeit criminally underused, dynamic duos on "PLL. These are two consenting adults who have every right to get down and dirty in the Hastings' barn. Of course, that doesn't mean everyone in Rosewood is going to be down with Spaleb.