What a decision to have to make though — ignore someone's last wishes or dress like you're trying to get kicked out of the fall formal.At first glance, this is harmless enough, but upon closer inspection, you notice that she's wearing some sort of fur collar that's the exact same color as her hair, thus making it look like she's got two weasel tails sprouting directly from her head.I love the idea of Aria kicking Ezra and Rosewood to the curb and leading an incredible life in Boston. (This show is bonkers.) But in the season 7A finale, we found out that Nicole is alive.Not only that, Ezra actually flew to Colombia to reunite with her—and their tender embrace was captured on television. Keep in mind that Ezra had literally just to Aria before this, so Nicole's reemergence suggests that there will be some kind of regressive love triangle between her, Aria, and Ezra.
So, is this really the #End Of Ezria, as ABC Family’s suggested hashtag would have us believe?
Marlene King revealed something at the show's recent Television Critics Association panel that, on the surface, seems exciting: Several of your favorite couples will end up together."I'm a hopeless romantic," King said, according to "I think that our fans, as much as they’ve enjoyed the mystery of the show, they’ve enjoyed the romance, as well. (I've made this point clear several times before.) He selfishly exploited the stories of four underage girls to write a book. And let's not forget that Ezra's relationship with Aria started when he was her teacher—her teacher. Aria's publishing career was just starting to blossom when Charlotte drama pulled her back into Rosewood—and, subsequently, Ezra.
I object to their union based on these roots alone. Even now that Aria is a grown woman—well, 23, but a grown woman in the eyes of the law! Take the course of events that happened after the five-year jump, for example.
As an adolescent, Aria did not have the ability to consent to this relationship, which makes every kiss, caress, and date they shared at that time sketchy and gross.And neither of these women—or any woman, for that matter—should put up with that.