'Pretty Little Liars' Boss Answers 13 Burning Questions About the Season 4 Finale
If you're any sort of fan of "Pretty Little Liars," we know Tuesday night's season finale left you shouting at least two words: "HOLY!" and the other word we won't print here.
If you haven't watched yet, read no further. Spoilers abound!
Despite the majority of the episode revolving around a very vigorous Alison DiLaurentis (Sasha Pieterse) telling the four Liars about what happened to her in the moments before she was buried alive, the action and reveals were non-stop. Ezra was shot! Mona knew all along! Spencer is innocent! But, for as many answers as we were given, a myriad of questions were formed.
Well, we don't mess around here at Yahoo TV. We went directly to the source — executive producer I. Marlene King — for more answers. Here are 13 of 'em.
1. Is Ezra [Ian Harding] dead or alive?
We have a table read tomorrow and people will be Instagramming who is at that table read, so that mystery will be solved soon.
Something tells us he'll be there.
2. Aria [Lucy Hale]'s reaction to Ezra getting shot — running to him with such passion — was that telling of where her true feelings still really lie?
It was so beautiful. Lucy did such a great job. … The fact that he risked his life to save her and her friends and that her emotion was just to run to him and that raw emotion is very telling of who they are as a couple. They're soulmates — you can't deny it.
3. That said, we really loved Jake [Ryan Guzman]. Have we seen the last of him?
I love him too! It's funny, I keep getting these tweets from people saying, "I still don't understand — why did Ezra hurt Jake?" Ezra didn't hurt Jake; A did. Hopefully he'll be back. That actor works a lot and we can't always control how much time we get with these people. So, when he's available, we'd certainly like to keep his story alive. I always say Ezra is the intellectual, the romantic, he's so complicated — now we know more than ever how complicated he is — and Jake's such a simple guy. He's like what you see is what you get, and Aria was sort of drawn to that. But, at the same time … she can't quit Ezra.