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Before shedding the pounds and revamping her wardrobe, “Hefty Hanna” was simply known as Alison’s boyfriendless, tag-along pal.
The show has gifted us with many strong women characters, a thousand theories (including our epic end-game one), and a great portrayal of friendship between women in their teenage years and early 20s.But, there has always been one big problem with the show — how relationships with underage girls and grown men are portrayed.what we Lead TV’s Latest Teen Choice Nods But before Ezria fans revolt, hear the man out: “Jason is not this monster that everyone makes him out to be. In the beginning, everyone thought he was bad, and while no one knows either way just yet, you will see him opening up.” To clarify, this means he’ll be opening up to viewers can look forward to an unveiling of “what he’s been up to in his old house,” as well as finally pinning down what exactly went wrong between Jason and his kid sis.“As the episodes go on, you’ll see more and more of their brother/sister relationship [in flashbacks], and why things became so tainted.” Look for even more backstory on the reformed badboy in this week’s episode, when Jason’s estranged mother (played by ‘s Andrea Parker, as TVLine first reported) returns to town.“Things aren’t where Jason wants the to be with his mom,” he says.
While Hanna may rule the halls of Rosewood High, that wasn’t always the case for the blond beauty.
Aria and Jason were involved in a passionate fling shortly after she graduated college.
Flashbacks revealed Aria waking up in Jason's bed years prior and the older Di Laurentis asking her to join him on a philanthropy trip to Ethiopia.
Though Alison rips into Hanna, she promises to keep her cradle-robbing smooch a secret.
Hanna eventually comes clean to Aria and her friends four seasons later, sans an epic girl fight or friendship implosion.
summer finale, but the season's penultimate episode did uncover one specific gem -- what happened between Aria (Lucy Hale) and Jason Di Laurentis (Drew Van Acker) during the five-year time jump.