'Pretty Little Liars' Scoop: Noel Kahn 'Didn't Kill Anybody,' Brant Daugherty Tells Us

Wed, June 8, 2011 4:11pm EST by 1 Comment

Brant spills about Noel’s return to Rosewood High & his involvement in the season’s big mystery. Is it June 14 yet?

When we last saw Noel Kahn (Brant Daugherty) on Pretty Little Liars, he was lurking in the crowd after Ian’s (Ryan Merriman) supposed death, which immediately sparked a debate among obsessive fans — and Brant says we definitely haven’t seen the last of him!

“Noel hasn’t been at school lately, but that doesn’t mean he’s gone,” Brant tells HollywoodLife.com, adding that Noel “will definitely” factor into the mystery of the show’s second season, which premieres June 14 on ABC Family.

And it sounds like we can expect to see Noel walking the halls of Rosewood High School sooner than you might think.

Brant reminds us: “Noel didn’t kill anybody or commit a felony, so even if the principal did think he forged an essay, I don’t think there’s a reason to assume he won’t be back.”

It’s just too bad Ezra (Ian Harding) isn’t working at Rosewood High anymore, as Noel and Mr. Fitz’s stare-downs were always a delight.

“I had so much fun doing those confrontation scenes,” Brant recalls. “I love those power struggles and Ian plays them so well.”

As for whether or not Noel will be stirring up his usual brand of trouble — inadvertently, of course — Brant says we’ll all just have to wait and see.

“Noel is great to have in your corner,” he reminds us. “But where his motives lie right now isn’t known.”

OK, now it’s YOUR turn to start talking: Drop us a comment and tell us what you think about Noel! Do you think he’s working for “A,” or is he just a good guy caught in a weird situation?

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