Pretty Little Liars has been on for four seasons. That's a love of thrills, chills, romance, and mystery to remember, and now that Ezra Fitz (Ian Harding) is "A" suspect number one, it also means a lot of sketchy situations to revisit with a new, more skeptical eye.
That's why for this week's flashback Friday, we want to take you back to early Season 3, when Aria discovered that Ezra mysteriously had a pile of cash in his sock drawer. More specifically, we're going back to Season 3, Episode 6 ("The Remains of the 'A'") to the scene where Aria confronts Ezra about the cash she found, and he provides the most flimsy of explanations.
In this scene, Aria admits to her BF that she was a mess at work, and then goes on to prod that it's because of what she found in his sock drawer. "I didn't know what to say," she explains.
"I can see how that might look pretty bad," Ezra admits. When Aria pushes for an actual answer about where the money came from, Ezra stammers out, "I sold a car my grandfather left me. '67 Jag. I was hoping to restore it one day, but now someone else has it, and I have a sock drawer with no socks."
He also adds that he let the guy pay him in cash so he could have a break on taxes, but he doesn't say it with confidence — in fact, that statement almost sounds like a question. When Aria continues to pry, Ezra snaps that he's embarrassed by his money problems, completely shutting the conversation down.
Even at the time we found this scene suspicious, and now that we know that Ezra is far more than he appears, we can't help but think he was completely making the story about the car up.
Check it out below!