watched a yt vid on Jinx's dinner scene line "You changed too" and the different theories what it could mean. honestly, i just assumed that she was referring to Vi's alliance with Caitlyn, someone not only from Piltover nobility but an Enforcer at that since the shot literally frames Caitlyn as Jinx says that but actually. now that i think about it. maybe it's a little more than that.
sb else in the comments pointed out that we get that shot of Silco dead in his chair when Jinx says "even though I'm different". if you couple that with the shot of Caitlyn in reference to Vi having changed it's not much of a stretch to relate both instances to the sisters' respective experiences with love post-time skip.
for Vi, love is in change. love is discovery and an open mind and open heart. in Caitlyn she finds love in a place that should arguably have been the last fucking place for Vi to find love. but due to their differences, love for Vi also means being called out on her bullshit, being held accountable and shown the errors of her ways.
for Jinx, love is steadfastness. it's a clinging to a past that never was and building her whole future on the backs of ghosts. she frames who she is in light of Vi's "what makes you different makes you strong" and Silco's "you're perfect" attitude. whenever she's confronted by criticism like Sevikas, she shuts it down on account of those two notions.
so what does that have to do with the dinner scene? for one i think that Jinx's judgement is clouded by the idealised view she had of Vi. that frame of Silco implies what many have pointed out before, that Jinx's only concept of "love" is an enabling form which isn't just detrimental to her health psychologically speaking but ultimately destroyed her prospect of healthier, more grounded chances at love from Vi and Ekko. unable to reconcile the Vi from her childhood memories with Vi now, Jinx simply deducts that her sister changed. she must have. "You changed" is therefore not as much a true or false statement as it is an insight into Jinx's mind.
for another i think it's a very interesting set-up for the second season. Jinx's entire character was so hinged on having a person that would pose as a source of unconditional love, after losing Vi directly, literally, throwing herself at the next best person to come along (even though Silco should really have been her last choice which makes for a very neat parallel to Vi/Cait if you think about it). it'd be cool to see her on her own for a little to figure out who Jinx even is when she's not under anyone's influence and what kind of agenda she could develop. is she even capable of sustaining herself? is she just going to seek out someone new to latch onto?
either way, i just thought it's neat how even a scene i thought i had read correctly off the bat can reveal a lot more layers if you look at it long enough or from a different angle. arcane never ceases to amaze me