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Harding confessed that it was his father, Stephen Harding, who also happens to be a New York Times bestselling author, who first suggested that he write a memoir. "It's sort of a compilation of autobiographical and humorous essays with a theme on this [bird-watching] hobby that I had as a kid that I kind of re-adopted as an adult -- hence the title, 1. have suffered loss, heartbreak and betrayal throughout the three seasons of the ABC Family show, but one thing that has remained constant is the love between Aria (Lucy Hale) and Ezra (Ian Harding).While some may say the student-teacher relationship is inappropriate, others believe the pairing is the core relationship of the show. Because Ezra was in a position of power when they got together, if his relationship with Aria were reported — even now — he'd be slapped with a felony!By romanticizing their relationship, encourages students to try and turn their hot for teacher fantasies into reality.
Maybe I’m a little bit pretentious in thinking this, but I think if people feel like they know you, then you’re not as believable playing different kinds of characters.
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 developed feelings before realizing she was in high school.
Not to mention, Ezra doesn't look like a creepy old man next to Aria; the two are a pretty even match.
“I was there for the explosion,” Ian says, “and for the record, it was awesome.” 3. As anyone who watches knows, the show averages more funerals per season than most — that’s just what happens when you live in a town as murderous as Rosewood.
According to Ian, these scenes are actually kind of fun, because so many cast members are involved in filming.
The writers decided to include this because the house on the Warner Bros.