Pretty Little Liars Should Not End With An Aria And Ezra Marriage Here's Why

Things are clearly awkward as they talk about not having seen each other lately. She offers to return the book of poetry he loaned her, but he says there is no need. Aria asks Mike to throw out her empty coffee cup in order to get a moment alone with Ezra. She asks how he’s been and he replies numb since she won’t let him see her. Their conversation is cut short when Mike returns and they all exchange awkward goodbyes. Little does Ezra know that Ella finds the prospect of Ezra dating a student completely distasteful and an abuse of his position.

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A message from A instructs Aria to “get rid of Jackie” using a copy of the paper she is publishing and the article she plagiarized it from. She doesn’t want to use this information against Jackie because she is afraid Ezra will never forgive her, but ultimately decides she has no choice. She goes to Jackie’s office and shows her what she has on her, saying, “I think you should leave Hollis.” Ezra is nowhere to be found in “Please, Do Talk About Me When I’m Gone,” but Aria still thinks about him every moment. Hanna convinces her to go on a double date with her, Sean, and Noel Kahn, a guy Aria had a crush on years ago.

Several things, including Ezra, have kept her in Rosewood and away from the fantastic life she was just beginning to carve out for herself. Her career has essentially turned into writing a book with Ezra, which is honestly a slap in the face to her talents. Yes, she has the right to do whatever the heck she wants, but this feels like a step backward for her—in my opinion, at least.

“A” finds that Jackie plagiarized her thesis from a French writer and sends the evidence to Aria. Under “A’s” command Aria blackmails Jackie with it and tells her to leave Hollis. Later, Jackie comes to Aria’s house and blackmails Aria, saying that if she were to tell anyone about her thesis, or to continue seeing Ezra she will make her relationship with Ezra public.

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She suggests attending an opening at her mom’s gallery, but he thinks it’s a bad idea. She suggests meeting up afterward; she can tell her parents she’s attending Noel Kahn’s party. Ezra suggests she actually go to the party so her friends don’t think she is losing interest in them. She touches his hand for a moment and they don’t speak until another teacher walks in the room. Flustered, they pretend Aria was there to talk about a homework assignment and she leaves. After a distressing encounter with Meredith at her mom’s gallery, Aria shows up to Ezra’s apartment.

This leads to a discussion of money and he tells her he got a new job. Laurel spots her wet equipment and Aria offers to run to the studio and bring her back dry memory cards. When Aria gets the memory cards, Lucas, shows up outside saying he needs to get inside. BaldDating In “It Happened ‘That Night’,” Aria wakes up from a nightmare on Ezra’s couch. Aria says, “How could I forget?” thinking Ezra was talking about the anniversary of Alison’s death. He mentions that it’s their anniversary too and wants to recreate their first date.

Shouldn’t a teacher step it up and tell the student that they should wait until she’s at least graduated high school? I think the biggest problem here is how emotionally vulnerable a teenager is. The power dynamic in a student/teacher romance can potentially create emotional wounds that may never heal. Of course, with PLL, there is always a suspension of disbelief about emotional wounds because just really terrible and terrifying stuff is happening in every episode. All 11 songs featured here the first time, as research.

It was a sweet moment and since they knew each other so well by then, they were totally comfortable and there wasn’t any awkwardness. In season 6, Aria was working on posting and dating Liam. He seemed as good a companion to her as anyone else, especially since they had their literary life in common. But because she was still consumed with thoughts about Ezra and could never let him go, she ended the relationship and got back with him. It definitely looks like Aria could have been in various healthy and happy relationships if it weren’t for Ezra’s control over her.

Ezra then left later that episode to go and visit Maggie and meet his seven-year-old son. In “Keep Your Friends Close,” Ezra watches Aria talk to then kiss Noel. He asks if Noel plays football and Aria starts defending Noel, saying he’s really smart and loves old movies. Ezra says she is entitled to be with whoever she wants to be with, but he is clearly not thrilled seeing her with someone else. “A” leaves a gift in Aria’s locker – a book of poems with a note to read page 22.

Ezra is stuck in a meeting with his new employers at Hollis College, surprised by how the long the meeting has gone. Aria is frustrated, thinking that this should have been anticipated, but she agrees to wait for Ezra in his apartment a while longer until he comes home. After getting off the phone, Aria pulls out Ezra’s diploma from her knapsack and replaces it on his desk. After waiting over an hour, she calls Spencer for advice, but gets none.

Ezra showed up and made the situation even more complicated since Ella assumed he was dating Spencer and said that Spencer’s parents would be really mad if they saw him there. This made Aria realize that her mom would probably never support their love story. I’ve been rewatching, and I feel like the “forbidden love” aspect of their relationship is sort of their whole thing. Then, later on, it doesn’t matter if they just feel the timing isn’t right or if one or both of them is in a relationship with someone else; they just can’t get over each other. Now, under normal circumstances, I can see the appeal of the whole love you just can’t shake and two people that always seem to find their way back to each other despite the odds. But, given that Aria was pretty much Ezra’s victim, it just makes the whole thing really sad and hard to watch.

Ezra follows her, and Jackie is attentive like a hawk. Outside, Aria says that she knows Jackie is trying to restart the relationship with Ezra, but Ezra denies it, although it seems pretty obvious. Being understanding, Aria says that she doesn’t blame Jackie for trying, since she doesn’t know that Ezra is taken.

Ezra’s character should have been thought out more carefully. When Aria learns that Ezra once dated Ali, it’s super disturbing, since that proves that he dated two girls who are underage. While Ezra and Aria may have been a PLL endgame couple, there’s a lot wrong with Rosewood’s English teacher, and it gets worse throughout the show. Before “‘Til Death Do Us Part”, Aria found out that she couldn’t have children. Aria told The Liars they would be meeting with an adoption agency once they returned from their honeymoon.

As Aria eat a mouthful, Ezra wipes some cream from her bottom lip and licks the cream from his thumb, before realizing what he just did. Aria tells Ezra that Alison believed that Jenna was manipulating Shana, but Aria thinks Jenna was truly in love with Shana. Ezra tells her that she needs to stop beating herself up, and when she says she doesn’t know how she is going to get past it, he stands up, lifting his shirt and shows her his scar from the gunshot wound.

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