Spencer is practical, sensible, and down-to-earth. She often comes off as a bit of a worrier and overly focused on her schoolwork, but in truth, she’s just able to focus on what she wants. She’s been on a full tuition scholarship to Constance Billard since freshman year and needs to work hard to keep her grades up. She tries her hardest to stay out of the drama, especially when it’s put forward by Gossip Girl, but even she can’t quite seem to stay off of the dreaded blog. Although she may come across as uptight and goal-motivated, those who get to know her often find that Spencer is one of the goofiest and most lovable people in existence. When she’s not worried about her homework, Spencer is totally capable of having a good time. Even though she’s not from a prestigious Upper East Side family, she still gets invited to most of the parties and benefits, since she’s always willing to help people out with their homework and give personal tutoring lessons whenever needed. Spencer’s life in the Upper East Side was going well; in fact, it was starting to appear as if it would be even more perfect when she met Janie Leonard. Their friendship started on very good terms, seeing as their personalities simply clicked together. As she began growing closer to the girl, Spencer began to learn some very interesting things about Janie that she wouldn’t have ever expected in a million years. Now, Spencer is in a conflicting position: stay friends with Janie, who is possibly one of the best things to happen to her, but at the risk of getting dragged into trouble; or end the friendship and go back to being a total, utter outsider.