Pretend someone asked your character: "What do you think about Ezra Lowe?" or "How do you feel about Ezra?" Leave your quotes here!
- "Ezra's so weird. He's a good friend – like, I've got the dude's back most of the time and I'd think that he'd probably have mind if we're in a panicky situation, right? But he's so weird. Like he goes off on these weird tangents, he has a habit of just…wandering off without telling anyone he's wandering off for an extended period – it's like he was raised by dogs instead of humans or something. He's just impossible to understand. But whatever, he handles me calling him a douchemonger well so, guess I can't bitch too much?" – Sara Jackson
- "I don't think I've met anyone quite like Ezra before. Like, you'll talk, and maybe you'll get the vibe that he's just sort of humoring you, going through the motions, and then out of nowhere a very passionate argument about something I hadn't ever given much thought to. I get the sense that Ezra isn't a small-talk kind of person… Either he's not interested, or he's into something all the way, and he's very good at discerning between the two. I sort of… Well, I used to think of Ezra as cold, but I've come to realize he has a habit of retreating inward. Especially with so much to think about, it can happen pretty often. And he isn't perfect, no one is, but he does try to come back out of his own head, and I think he really does care, and… I'm glad we're friends." — Allison Vogel
- "This guy is so weird. I don't even know what else to say. He can't keep his story straight for longer than five minutes, he seems to have come from some underground cult – like. What in the fuck? But he's apparently really handy with a wrench if a bit of a flighty mess so I guess he's got that going for him. Just – King of the fucking Weird right here." - Sara Jackson