Hanna thinks her skirt is too short, that maybe that’s why he came onto her, but Caleb says it is just right.
They’ll figure this thing out, I really believe that.
I also don’t think anyone at ABC Family is perpetuating these ideas on purpose.
And the story’s not finished; there’s still a long way to go.
It doesn’t bring me any bit of joy to talk about the thing we have to talk about, but we gotta do it.
I was super scared in that horse scene and house break-in scene.
But I can’t talk about that very much in this recap because there’s a bigger thing we’ve got to tackle.
Let me preface what I’m about to say with this: I love Ian Harding. And I love these writers and producers and showrunners.
I think they have done more for the queer community than we’ll ever be able to properly measure or thank them for, and unlike so many other TV writers, I trust writers to do right by its audience.
When revealed Ezra as A over in Ravenswood last summer, I don’t think I have ever been so shocked by a TV moment in all my life, not because the story itself was jarring, but because I knew there was absolutely no way for the show to successfully back out of that decision.