"Hey Paige, its me. I heard what happened to you in the locker room. I should have called you sooner. I’m sorry if this is was because of what you told me about Mona. Which I think it was.
I’m sorry to out you in the middle of all of this. If you need anything, please call me. Listen, even if you don’t need anything just call. Please. Okay. I love…i’d love to hear from you. I hope you’re alright. Bye”
Hi... I know you're a paily shipper, so am I. I just knew that JD just released the new paily fan fiction, "The Week it rained". It sucks for me because I cant download it from my region. Do you have the epub file? I will be very very happy if you could share it. Thank you
Q) We have seen Paige emerge a little darker this season. What was your first reaction when you learned Paige and Emily were going to be breaking up?
A) I was heartbroken, obviously. I want to see Paily work. There is so much invested in Paily and to kind of watch it deteriorate because of the same issues that I thought we had overcome is hard. But that’s how things are in Rosewood. Things reoccur and things come back around to bite you. I was sad, but I was also intrigued because a breakup really only means maybe they are discovering new sides of each other and new sides to themselves. Ultimately, I want each of them to be okay on their own. I don’t see Paige emerging a little darker though this season. I think she is finally really figuring out that she wants to stand by her own brand of light. There is nothing she is trying to do maliciously. In fact, she is trying to really take the high road where this big gash, this wound in her life is. She wants her girlfriend to come along with her, but she is choosing herself. Paige is choosing herself and I think that is incredibly strong and beautiful.
“People really care a lot about Emily and Paige, and it’s been a great luxury for me to write about those two characters. I got a lot of response to (the love scene in the noir episode) and they realized doing it the way we did it was actually more romantic.”—Joseph Dougherty, Pretty Little Liars’ Executive Producer when asked about his favorite scene or plot by TVGuide.com. (via tiny-shy-bear)