Aria was selfless by putting her fears aside and honoring Maggie's wish to not spill about their son. Check out TV's most heartbreaking deaths Sadie Says: Their relationship isn't worth the collateral damage Ezra's already had to lose two separatejobs thanks to his relationship with Aria, ultimately sacrificing his own dreams to be with her.Being with him has also caused serious issues between Aria and her parents, not to mention provide tons of ammunition for A to use against her.If she's willing to accept that their relationship might change a little, then that's her decision to make. And while all the deception makes for great drama, I'm getting a little tired of this particular rollercoaster. Even I would probably jump aboard the Ezria train then (or at least flirt with the option).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. Sadie Says: It's hard to root for a couple that lies to each other Aria lies about A. Robyn Says: This is a show about lying — it's even in the title!I don't condone relationships founded on lies, but you have to give a little legroom when it's in a show based around deceit.Ultimately, what Aria and Ezra mainly stay silent about is their way of protecting the other.[p.5] The Book of Ezra opens with a decree of Cyrus allowing the Jews to return and to build the Temple. After an account of how Ezra dealt with mixed marriages at Jerusalem, the Book of Ezra closes.
Not to mention, Ezra doesn't look like a creepy old man next to Aria; the two are a pretty even match.
They've been trying to make the relationship work for a long time, but maybe they need to recognize the possibility they aren't meant to be.
Just because you love someone, doesn't mean you're good for each other. Robyn Says: If this kind of love can't survive hurdles, then what can?
If Aria involves Ezra in A's game, he's put at risk of getting shot, killed, hit by a car, etc.
Ezra's mom sucks, and he'd like to shield Aria from her awfulness.