“She confirms her friendships and has to try twice as hard to make sure that they know how much she loves them and really gets to spend some time with the family in the final episodes here.”As for Bay, who has been spending time with Travis (Ryan Lane) and thinks she finally has her love life figured out, she discovers she is mixed up about her feelings towards Emmett, who is struggling with his own problems.“When the girls do come back they’re all of a sudden thrown back into a world that they left behind, and it’s one of those weird things where it’s like, ‘OK, you have to pick up where you left off, but how do you do that when you’ve been gone for nine months? “So, I think the storyline for both girls actually is: Where are they going to be in their lives now? They’re adults, and what is their life going to be? I’m glad that she finally doesn’t just identify herself by who she’s in love with.
The amount of times people have come up to me and been like, "I love Austin & Ally! I also get, like, "I love you on Pretty Little Liars! They wrote in me riding a bicycle, which I thought I could do, I was under the impression I could do, and then I ran into our boom operator.
She has starred in television movies and had recurring roles in such series as Without a Trace, Gilmore Girls, Ghost Whisperer, Scoundrels, Grey's Anatomy and The Young and the Restless.
You’re celebrating the 100th episode today, but it’s also bittersweet, because this is going to be your last season. Katie Leclerc: It feels like it’s senior year of high school, and we’ve all been together for a really long period of time, and we’re about to graduate, and now is just the time where we soak it all in and don’t take any moment for granted. Now that she’s figured that out, it’s a perfect time to see like, “Oh, well, who do I want to be in a relationship with? 2 episode of for Netflix recently, which was awesome, and it was crazy because I did that show 10 years ago, and to go back and be 23-years-old, not 13-years-old, was a bizarre experience that was awesome.
We get our yearbooks signed, and we graduate and go off and do amazing great things afterward. We’re all babies right now, like, we found out on Friday that this was going to be the last 10 that we are shooting. It doesn’t matter how you identify yourself, you carve your own path, and your family is the people that love you. ” So, I think by the end of this 10, we will have an answer to that. Katie Leclerc: I’m looking forward to spending some time with my husband. I’m so lucky that I started doing this when I was 8-years-old, and I’ve worked.
Then today it was like, “Oh, yeah, we hit 100 episodes.” It’s crazy. A lot of people do not get to make a living doing what they’re passionate about, and I’ve been very fortunate that I have, and I hope I can just continue doing that. Katie Leclerc: I definitely have one of Kathryn’s squirrels at home.
What do you see as the Katie Leclerc: I think we worked really hard to give a voice to an audience that had never been represented before. What are the things that define you and make you the person that you are?
As far as, like, the cochlear implant debate, I knew nothing about that and how controversial it was.
I didn't know that you refer to interpreters as interpreters rather than translators.
But I think it stirred up a lot of conversation, both positive and negative.