|This article centers around Eddie Lamb, the real one. For another version check out Eddie Lamb (alias), Toby's alias.|
|“||Do you believe in coincidences?||”|
— Eddie to Spencer
|Radley Sanitarium Staff Nurse |
Navy Soldier (formerly)
| Spencer Hastings |
Patients at Radley
|Taking care of people|
| -Knows crucial information about Marion Cavanaugh and Bethany Young |
-Gave Ezra Bethany's drawing (exposed)
|Will The Circle Be Unbroken?|
|The Silence of E. Lamb|
The name E. Lamb is first seen in this episode when Spencer finds a Radley Sanitarium ID badge in Toby's apartment.
In the following episode, Hanna and Emily discover a parking pass in Toby's apartment again with the name E. Lamb on it. Emily searches the police database for the name, but has to exit the screen before she can see the results.
Spencer is being held in Radley Sanitarium. Her caretaker at Radley wears a badge marked E. Lamb and when Spencer notices it, he introduces himself as Eddie Lamb and explains that in the past, there were problems with the visitors' passes and that it was traced back to a member of the staff. Spencer asks him about Toby, but Eddie is reluctant to say anything else. He is afraid his job would be in jeopardy if he did.
However, later on, Eddie admits he does remember a kid named Toby. He used to visit his mother who had been a patient at Radley.
Eddie gives Spencer a board game which Mona used to play with a lot while she was a patient. Spencer discovers Mona drew a map of sorts on the game board with symbols and abbreviations representing locations inside Radley.
Later, Wren comes to visit Spencer and asks Eddie to check on a different patient so he can have a moment alone with her. There is obvious tension between Eddie and Wren. When Spencer sees Eddie again she asks him who Mona used to play that game with. Wren had implied that Mona may have been very friendly with Eddie giving Spencer motivation to see if she could trust him or not. She asks Eddie if he was the one who created the trouble with the visitors' passes and let someone in who wasn't supposed to be there. Eddie intimates it was Wren who was involved and that his gut tells him that Wren has never been at Radley for "the right reasons."
When Eddie tries to bring Spencer a book later on, Wren stops him and the tension between them is even more evident. Based on the conversation Wren has with Spencer towards the end of the episode, it appears Wren is the one who broke the rules regarding visitors. The audience is left to speculate if it was Eddie who ratted him out, resulting in Wren almost being suspended.
Toby mentions he talked to him about what Dr. Palmer told him. Eddie knows something but won't tell Toby.
Spencer visited Eddie in Radley to question him on a file she found in her mother's things. It stated that Eddie was interviewed following Marion Cavanaugh's death. Eddie tells Spencer that Wilden was paid off to lie about the nature of Marion's death in the police report. Eddie would not give up any more information.
Radley Sanitarium waiting room, Spencer thanks Eddie for coming out and the pair hug. Eddie tells her he has a few minutes before asking how she is doing. Spencer tells him she's doing well, or well enough to stay out of Radley.
Spencer then asks if he heard about the Cavanaugh settlement, and he tells her he has, saying "I'm glad the family got some money", but Spencer disagrees with him by saying they would have preferred the truth instead. Eddie also informs Spencer that he heard about Mrs DiLaurentis. In response, Spencer says she doesn't really think it was a coincidence that Bethany Young was buried in the DiLaurentis backyard, Eddie replies that he doesn't either. Spencer asks if Eddie knew Bethany well, and looking over his shoulder, Eddie affirms that if he did, he can't talk about it.
Noticing the security camera, Spencer suggests that they get coffee later. However, Eddie reiterates to her that "I can't about Bethany, or any other patient. Not to cops, or reporters, or you". Eddie says that he wishes he could help Spencer after which someone yells out to him saying he has a phone call. He then tells Spencer that it was good seeing her.
With someone having left one of Bethany's drawings on Ezra's doorstep, he and Aria go through the security footage from the camera that is still set up outside his apartment door. When they spot who left the envelope, Ezra tells Aria that it is Eddie Lamb, and he's one of the people Ezra interviewed when he was writing his book. Aria mentions that Eddie was the one who Spencer talked to earlier, and he wouldn't tell her a thing.
Later in the episode, walking in on Rhonda confronting Aria, Eddie questions the two of them to find out what's happening , before asking Rhonda what she thinks Aria stole from her. Rhonda doesn’t give him an answer and so Eddie presses her, “Rhonda, I asked you a question”, before Rhonda says she has to take her shower now. Halting the conversation, Eddie walks her out.
Afterwards, Eddie follows Aria into the parking lot, and comments that “volunteers don’t usually stay this late”, and that "Radley can be “a little overwhelming”, but Aria tells him it’s only her first day, and that she’ll catch on. Noticing Bethany’s drawing book in Aria’s handbag, Eddie asks her what she’s looking for, but Aria replies she’s late and she has to go. As Aria starts her car and drives off, Eddie grabs his phone out of his pocket and dials a number, asking “is this Ezra Fitz?”
A nurse reveals to Aria that Eddie no longer works at Radley.
Season 3 (2/24)
Season 4 (1/24)
Season 5 (2/25)
Eddie [to Spencer]: Delayed gratification. Shows discipline. Patience.
Eddie [about Radley]: Compared to county jail, this is Vegas.
Eddie [to Spencer]: Do you believe in coincidences?
Spencer [to Eddie]: Not as much as I used to.
Eddie [to Spencer]: Hey, sunshine.