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At a bar and grill, Aria meets a young guy named Ezra Fitz and the two bond over school, writing, and their aspirations of being a teacher, which leads to Ezra. Ezria is the name of the romantic relationship between Ezra Fitz and Aria Montgomery. It is one of the four major ships in the Pretty Little Liars fandom. In "The Jenna Thing," Aria asks Mr. Fitz to sign the slip giving her permission to transfer out of his class. Lucy Hale and Ian Harding Besides, the two met at a bar, which would suggest to Ezra that Aria was at least 21, so it's not entirely his fault he.
Just then, a security guard follows Hanna out of the store, but to hand her her bag, which she forgot inside. Hanna smiles mock innocently, and her and Mona leave, scared, but relieved. Byron drops Aria off for her first day back at school, and while the two are alone in the car, he tells Aria that he loves her mother and made one mistake that shall not be repeated. Just then, Aria has a flashback to the summer when her and Alison had meanly ditched then-nerd Mona only to find her father, Byron, kissing another woman inside his car.
Hanna is the new Queen Bee Once back at high school, Emily is the first to fill her friend Aria in on what she missed while away, including the fact that the other three girls, her former friends, Hanna, Spencer and Emily have all disbanded since Alison's death. In the meantime, the formerly chubby, gawky Hanna, has become the new Queen Bee, alongside formerly nerdy sidekick Mona, who has had a glam makeover of her own.
English class meets their new teacher, Mr. Fitz Then, Aria's fling with a cute, young college grad named Ezra goes awry when he shows up at her first day of class as Mr.
Fitz, her new English teacher. She stares in disbelief. Equally shocked, he mumbles "holy crap" when he notices her, letting the students know that something is up. Just then, she gets a text from " A " letting her know that know that "A" is aware of their illicit relationship. Aria dissipates the tension in the room by mumbling "sorry" for the beeping noise so that the lesson can begin.
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Meanwhile, Emily discusses Aria's return home with her own mother, Pamwho is clearly judgmental and controlling as a mother, as she makes a comment about the pink streak Aria used to sport in her hair and no less, the fact that her mother used to let her "walk around like that. Germain's, the new family that moved into the neighborhood and into Alison DiLaurentis' home. While there, Emily meets the St. Germain's daughter, a spunky girl named Mayaand helps her move boxes into her new home.
Both girls say they have boyfriends, but Maya kisses Emily as she leaves.
Maya is even persuasive enough to get Emily to try smoking weed for the first time. Melissa compliments her sister on her renovations of the barn that she has been working on for the past couple of months and then matter-of-factly informs Spencer that she is moving into the barn that Spencer had planned to move into, as promised by their parents. Wren is sensitive and concerned, whereas Melissa is smirking and glib. They move in as planned, anyway. Spencer and Wren on the porch Later, Spencer spots Wren smoking and sarcastically calls him out for knowing better as a medical student.
The two behave flirtatiously towards one another, with Wren going as far as to massage a bikini clad Spencer's back the next day when she displays signs of muscle aches. The two immediately disengage when Melissa enters the room, though. Not to mention, Ezra doesn't look like a creepy old man next to Aria; the two are a pretty even match.
It's bad encouragement I don't think anyone is going to sleep with their teacher because they love Ezria, but the series definitely glamorizes student-teacher affairs. By romanticizing their relationship, PLL encourages students to try and turn their hot for teacher fantasies into reality. Yes, I know, it's just a show, and an over-the-top one at that.
But even amidst all the chaos, Aria and Ezra's relationship has always remained grounded. As one of the show's most relatable and realistic aspects, Aria and Ezra's relationship doesn't exactly send the best message to PLL's young viewers. All television is bad encouragement! Dawson's Creek and Gossip Girl for example. And if viewers had to take one message to heart from this show, let it be about love and not psycho stalkers, killers and crazy classmates.
Whereas most teen boys are sex-crazed, Aria and Ezra prove that young relationships can be deeper than just the physical. Aria has a lot on her plate right now: At only 18, Aria needs to focus on herself — not her boyfriend and his newly discovered 7-year-old son.
- Ella Montgomery
I mean, Aria's mature, but not that mature. And nor should she be!Aria & Ezra - LOVE STORY
When she's not chasing down A, Aria's life should be happy and carefree, not playing stepmom or a supporting role in Ezra's new family life.
Plus, when will she ever find the time to catch up on all her favorite English lit with so many responsibilities? Just relax for a minute, Aria! Not everything good in life has to be so much stress. Who's to judge what someone's idea of fun is?
With her parents' split and a crazy psycho on the loose, Ezra is the only stable thing in Aria's life. Yes, Ezra now has a son, but he also made it very clear that he wants her to remain in his life as well.
If she's willing to accept that their relationship might change a little, then that's her decision to make. If she doesn't want to go to parties and instead would rather stay in and read books to Ezra's son, then that's what she should do. Which Pretty Little Liars actress doesn't look her age? It's hard to root for a couple that lies to each other Aria lies about A.
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Ezra lies about his family. Aria lies about Ezra's brother and son. Ezra's made a habit of going AWOL. Does that sound healthy to you? Then again, what can you expect of a relationship founded on fibs? None of this ever would have happened had Aria just been honest with Ezra when they first met. And while all the deception makes for great drama, I'm getting a little tired of this particular rollercoaster.
Can't they just be honest with each other? Even I would probably jump aboard the Ezria train then or at least flirt with the option.