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Gale Screen Caps in Hellcats 119 (pt. 1/3)

This is going to take 3 posts.  Here are Gale’s scenes on Hellcats episode 120 “Before I Was Caught” (part 1 of 3).

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VIDEO: Gale’s Scenes in Hellcats (ep. 119 “Before I was Caught”)

THANK YOU so much to mytearsinheaven for getting these up on YouTube so fast!  Here are just Gales scenes from last nights Hellcats.  His honeysuckle voice is smoldering here!

I will have oodles & oodles of screen caps up tonight & you can right-click save to your little hearts’ content.

‘Hellcats’ Aly Michalka talks kissing Gale Harold: The taboo makes it ‘really interesting and sexy’

Here is another article where Aly talks about kissing Gale.

Gale Harold on Hellcats

Yes, Gale Harold fans, your man is finally about to get some lovin’ on everybody’s favorite pre-law cheerleader show, with his student, Marti (Aly Michalka).

Or, as we should say, his former student. Marti is no longer in Julian’s class by the time they hook up, and their relationship develops as Marti uncovers some things she didn’t know about Julian’s backstory. “There are some interesting things that Marti finds out about Julian, some secrets that he has. This show is all about secrets,” Michalka says.

“With Gale Harold, there’s this maturity and there’s this kind of taboo relationship between the two of them that makes it really interesting and sexy,” she adds. “The fact that Marti is younger than Julian, but she’s mature for her age and there is that connection with the intelligence level and the intellect, [so it] makes sense for them to actually have a relationship.”

The relationship is unlikely to evolve into anything particularly serious — and not just because  Harold has a date with “The Secret Circle” next season. (Yes, it looks like we may lose him just as things get interesting.) Julian’s past gets in the way.

“She kind of comes around, like wow, I kind of have to grow up myself if I’m going to be able to date a man like Julian,” Michalka says. “He has a past and he has things that are grown-up issues that I’m not even dealing with at my age.”

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