13 Reasons Why Script 1-04

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13 Reasons Why (2017)

 episode script

season 1 - episode 4
"Tape 2, Side B"

Created by

Brian Yorkey

Written by

Brian Yorkey
Jay Asher
Nic Sheff
Thomas Higgins

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S01-Ep.04: "Tape 2, Side B"

Hannah thinks someone is stalking her and sets a trap. Hannah's mother confronts the principal, and Clay strikes back at someone who wronged Hannah.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[theme music playing]




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[Hannah] Shh.




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For this next one,

you need to be very, very quiet.




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["Fascination Street" playing]




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Because you're about to do

something very wrong.




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Be careful.




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And don't get caught.




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Have you ever wondered what

it would feel like to watch someone?




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To invade someone's privacy?




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Do you wonder what secrets

you might uncover?




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What skeletons you might turn up?




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Well, for this next one,

you're about to find out.




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A-4 on your map, kids.




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-♪ Oh, it's opening time ♪

-[grunts]




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-Mother...

-♪ Down on Fascination Street ♪




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♪ So let's cut the conversation ♪




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♪ And get out for a bit ♪




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♪ Because I feel it all fading

And paling... ♪




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[Hannah] Now, don't say you're too afraid




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or that you don't feel comfortable

doing this kind of thing,




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because guess what?




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You spy on people every day.




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♪ But if you open your mouth ♪




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♪ Then I can't be responsible... ♪




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We're always watching someone.




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Following someone.




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And being followed.




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♪ Just pull on your pout ♪




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♪ And let's move to the beat ♪




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♪ Like we know that it's over ♪




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♪ If you slip going under

Slip over my shoulder ♪




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Facebook, Twitter, Instagram...




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they've made us a society of stalkers.




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And we love it.




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[car alarm blaring]




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[alarm chirps]




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Of course, stalking someone

in real life is a whole 'nother thing.




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That's right.




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I had a stalker.




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And if you've made it to A-4,

you're outside his window.




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Just like I am...




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right now.




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Any guesses yet?




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No?




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Well, stay tuned to hear

about the skeletons he dug up.




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For now...




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let's see if he's got any of his own.




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I get that it's a thrill...




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looking into someone's life.




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My heart's pounding right now.




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Can you hear it?




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Listen.




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[heart beating rapidly]




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Marcus!




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You asshole. What the hell...?




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-What are you doing?

-Sorry, okay?




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I said your name, like, three times.




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What are you...




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wearing?




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Oh, I totally forgot.




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[thunder rumbles]




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I'm El Niño.




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The tropical storm?




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No? Okay.




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Wow, I really hope you're not

one of the judges tomorrow, 'cause--




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Marcus, what are you doing?




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The costume contest.

Two hundred bucks.




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Here... what are you doing out here?




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Oh.




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I heard you, man.




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The car alarm. I live right over there.




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Besides, you're not the first one

to come look at the famous window.




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We all did it.




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And we all took our shot.




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Wait, "we"?




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Are you on the...?




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Why? What did you do?




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Who knows? Okay? I didn't listen.




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I just started each tape

till I heard who it was,




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figured out who came after me,

and passed 'em on.




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But what about the second set?




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-Hannah said that if we don't listen--

-Hannah said. Dude, Hannah's dead.




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I'm sorry, but it's true.




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Nothing anyone did to her

was any different




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than what happens to every girl

at every high school.




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She just wanted attention.




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And leaving those tapes...




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that's a fucked-up thing to do!

No one deserves that.




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[light switch clicks]




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Except maybe that psycho.




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[Clay] Tyler Down?




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Dude, listen, take your shot

and pass those things on, man.




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You'll feel better.




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[sighs] We need to get

this window fixed, Tyler.




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It's time.




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[Tyler] They're just gonna break it again.




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Who are these kids?




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We need names.




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I want to report it to the school

or to the police.




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No.




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We don't need to. Just forget it.




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I don't know who they are, Dad, okay?




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Why are they doing this?




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I said I don't know, okay?




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Can I just do my homework, please?




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Yeah.




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[Hannah] Welcome to your tape, Tyler Down.




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Good night.




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So, tell me...




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when did it start?




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How long were you watching me, Tyler?




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I can't believe you don't like them.




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Look, I'm just saying, I don't...




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Okay, vampires, aliens,

even werewolves, I get it.




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I get the motivation,

I get the metaphors, right?




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But, like, zombies?




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They're just...




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They're just stupid.




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So you hate zombies?




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You're a zombie racist.




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Just, like, I don't understand 'em.




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What's their story?




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They don't want to take over the world,

kill their masters, anything interesting.




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They're not good or evil.




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They're just hungry... for brains.




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I mean, like, brains.




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Well...




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thank you...




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for walking me home.




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And for destroying all future

zombie media for me forever.




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Anytime.




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Asshole.




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Turn around, dude.




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[Hannah] I didn't really think

anything of it at first.




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[camera clicks]




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Must have been the sound

of a tree branch in the wind.




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[clicking]




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But the sound followed me.




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[clicking continues]




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I was too scared to move...




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even to shut the blinds.




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[Mrs. Baker] These pictures are proof.

They're gonna help us in the fight.




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And if we tear this room apart--




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I don't want to tear this room apart,

and I'm not sure I want to fight.




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We have to. For Hannah.




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What about for us?




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Honey, our daughter is gone.




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Christ, Andy, I know that!




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I have to know why.




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I need to know why.




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And if you don't, I...




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[Hannah] I didn't sleep much that night.




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You should know.




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But then, the pictures you took that night

aren't the reason you're on this tape,




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are they?




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We're talking about one picture

in particular.




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Goddamn it, Tyler.




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[Mr. Jensen] How bad is it?




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Oh, um...




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Hey, Dad.




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How bad is what?




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I'll never forget my first hangover.




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Uh... Yeah. First.




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Is that what I'm feeling?




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Ugh.




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I prefer to leave my lectures

in the lecture hall, but, you know...




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there's actually an important lesson

to be learned from a hangover.




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Don't drink?




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Sure, but... you'll drink. It happens.




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The overarching lesson is that

actions have consequences.




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Judging from the way you look,




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you've probably suffered

enough for today.




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What is that?




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Hot sauce, horseradish,

kale, a raw egg,




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and, uh, about six other things

designed to cure a hangover.




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Oh, no, don't smell it.




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Just drink.




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[clears throat]




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So, listen, uh, I talked to Mom

about the grounding situation




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and all it entails,




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and I managed to convince her

to stay her ruling, on one condition:




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You gotta start opening up to us, kid.




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Just... you know,

let us know what's going on.




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Only enough to keep us informed.




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And your mother also prefers...




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no more closed doors.




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Literal and figurative.




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Oh, and no big spread this morning.




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It's just us, so cereal okay?




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Wait, where's Mom?




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So, mood swings.




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Refusal to participate

in group activities,




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change in their appearance...




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You're making me feel

like a bad student.




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I'm starting to feel like a bad parent.




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...declining GPA...




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and substance abuse.




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Now, paying close attention to

these warning signs can help you




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prevent your children

from making a terrible mistake.




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Okay. Thank you, Mr. Porter,

for that informative presentation.




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If anybody has questions,

we're happy to answer now.




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Yeah?




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What can you tell us about this lawsuit?




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Was that girl bullied?




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Actually, legally, we are

not allowed to discuss that,




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but we can all become more involved

in our children's lives, okay?




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And that starts at home.




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Yeah?




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Should we be worried about

our own kids being bullied?




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In our experience,

relative to many other schools,




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we do not have a problem with bullying.




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Then why did that girl do it?




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That girl's name is Hannah.




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Mrs. Baker.




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It's so good to see you.

We didn't know you'd be joining us.




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Well, I'm still a member of

the school community, right?




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And if you want to know why...




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I suggest you ask your own children.




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Or take a look at the walls

of the restrooms they use every day.




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"Bitch."




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"Slut."




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"Whore."




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"Die." Die!




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These are the words carved on

the walls of the bathrooms they use,




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and your kids did the carving.




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[bell rings]




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Tyler.




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Wait, hey, Tyler.




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Tyler. Hey.




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I'm sorry, man.




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[Justin] This fucking chain is gay.




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[Jessica] You look really hot.




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-I look like a punk rock dog.

-Mmm-hmm.




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What? Justin, what?

You said you wanted to do this.




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I do. I'm here, right?




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I'm doing it.




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What the fuck are you looking at, Jensen?




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He's checking out our awesome costumes.




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Clay gets it, right?




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Yeah.




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Sid Vicious, born John Ritchie,

bassist for the Sex Pistols,




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and his girlfriend Nancy Spungen.




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Nice.




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But you know how the story ends, right?




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What? How does the story end?




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Thanks, Clay.




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How does the story end?




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I don't know. I think you kill me.




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Alex, hey.




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Alex! Hey.




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Have you seen Tyler?




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Why?




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I did research about what he did.




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-I think that we should--

-No, see, there's no "we," okay?




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You should be very careful

about who you talk to.




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There he is!




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Jensen!




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Nice work last night, buddy.

You can hold your booze.




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Yeah, I bet he puked like a bitch.




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Fuck you, Dempsey.




261

00:14:42,172 --> 00:14:44,258

You puked on three wine coolers

last weekend.




262

00:14:44,466 --> 00:14:46,260

Yeah, because they were strawberry.




263

00:14:46,927 --> 00:14:48,012

I'm allergic.




264

00:14:48,429 --> 00:14:50,931

I'm having a Halloween thing

at my place, super small.




265

00:14:51,015 --> 00:14:51,849

You should come.




266

00:14:52,641 --> 00:14:53,726

Alex will be there.




267

00:14:55,269 --> 00:14:56,270

I uh,




268

00:14:56,353 --> 00:14:57,605

I'll think about it.




269

00:14:57,688 --> 00:14:59,440

What, you got something else to do?




270

00:14:59,523 --> 00:15:00,900

How about French?




271

00:15:01,567 --> 00:15:02,735

Madame Steinberg?




272

00:15:03,027 --> 00:15:04,695

You needed help with the homework.




273

00:15:04,778 --> 00:15:06,280

Why would I need your help...




274

00:15:06,363 --> 00:15:08,782

I mean, yeah, sure. Whatever.




275

00:15:08,908 --> 00:15:10,200

[bell rings]




276

00:15:12,286 --> 00:15:14,038

[Bryce] Think about it, Jensen.




277

00:15:16,832 --> 00:15:18,500

I have a better grade than you in French.




278

00:15:18,584 --> 00:15:19,627

I was just trying to help.




279

00:15:19,919 --> 00:15:20,753

-Yeah?

-Yeah.




280

00:15:20,836 --> 00:15:23,213

Where was your help last night?

Where'd you go?




281

00:15:24,381 --> 00:15:25,382

I had a family thing.




282

00:15:26,592 --> 00:15:28,052

-Family thing?

-Yeah.




283

00:15:29,094 --> 00:15:30,095

That's good.




284

00:15:39,980 --> 00:15:41,607

[principal] "Megan is a whore and a..."




285

00:15:41,690 --> 00:15:44,193

what on earth is a "cum dumpster"?




286

00:15:44,276 --> 00:15:47,488

[Mr. Porter] Well, sir, I assume... well,

it could be a guy or a girl, actually.




287

00:15:47,571 --> 00:15:48,822

[principal] Oh, Jesus Christ.




288

00:15:49,073 --> 00:15:51,700

These kids, they can't even spell,




289

00:15:51,784 --> 00:15:53,118

and they come up with this shit.




290

00:15:55,371 --> 00:15:57,414

How have we never seen this before?




291

00:15:58,165 --> 00:16:01,877

Oh, well, faculty is not supposed

to be in the students' restroom.




292

00:16:01,961 --> 00:16:05,965

I could call the janitorial staff and

see if they could repaint these walls.




293

00:16:06,048 --> 00:16:08,384

Well, I think we should, although...




294

00:16:08,926 --> 00:16:13,013

[sighs] I don't know how this is going

to calm Olivia Baker at all.




295

00:16:13,097 --> 00:16:14,098

Yeah.




296

00:16:14,181 --> 00:16:16,684

I'm wondering if her husband

is any more reasonable.




297

00:16:17,184 --> 00:16:21,021

I actually know Andy a bit.

I shop at their store.




298

00:16:22,815 --> 00:16:25,234

I understand about the grief, all right?




299

00:16:25,401 --> 00:16:26,485

It's just the...




300

00:16:26,568 --> 00:16:28,320

It's the grasping for blame.
301

00:16:28,821 --> 00:16:30,197

It's just graffiti, right?




302

00:16:31,365 --> 00:16:33,409

Oh, my God!




303

00:16:34,785 --> 00:16:37,830

[teacher] In honor of Halloween,

your in-class essay today




304

00:16:37,913 --> 00:16:41,500

will analyze this quote from chapter four

of Beyond Good and Evil:




305

00:16:42,167 --> 00:16:45,129

"Whoever fights monsters should see to it




306

00:16:45,212 --> 00:16:47,172

that he does not become a monster."




307

00:16:47,881 --> 00:16:48,966

Psst.




308

00:16:50,926 --> 00:16:52,386

I'm worried about you, Clay.




309

00:16:53,262 --> 00:16:55,097

Why aren't you entering

the costume contest?




310

00:16:56,432 --> 00:16:58,100

Because I'm not wearing a costume.




311

00:16:58,809 --> 00:17:01,311

[teacher] Can you think of

the abyss in your own life?




312

00:17:02,146 --> 00:17:06,108

Can you think of an occasion in the book

where the protagonist lost their way?




313

00:17:08,235 --> 00:17:09,987

-What monsters have you...

-Psst.




314

00:17:12,197 --> 00:17:13,323

You're gonna get in trouble.




315

00:17:17,036 --> 00:17:18,162

Watch and learn.




316

00:17:20,956 --> 00:17:23,584

-You sleep in class?

-Are you kidding?




317

00:17:23,667 --> 00:17:25,085

With my schedule,




318

00:17:25,169 --> 00:17:27,129

power naps are essential.




319

00:17:27,838 --> 00:17:29,381

I just couldn't sleep last night.




320

00:17:30,090 --> 00:17:31,842

Obsessing over the history exam?




321

00:17:32,760 --> 00:17:34,178

Uh, no.




322

00:17:34,261 --> 00:17:36,346

About who you're going to take

to Winter Formal?




323

00:17:36,430 --> 00:17:38,515

People take people to that?




324

00:17:38,599 --> 00:17:39,892

Quiet study, please.




325

00:17:46,231 --> 00:17:47,483

What else has you up nights?




326

00:17:51,695 --> 00:17:53,530

I think there's someone outside my window.




327

00:17:54,198 --> 00:17:55,574

What, like a burglar?




328

00:17:56,617 --> 00:17:58,911

Like someone taking pictures.




329

00:17:59,703 --> 00:18:01,121

No way!




330

00:18:01,205 --> 00:18:02,289

Shh.




331

00:18:08,295 --> 00:18:10,547

Nothing that interesting

ever happens to me.




332

00:18:10,631 --> 00:18:13,967

I'm not sure "interesting"

is the first word that comes to mind.




333

00:18:14,426 --> 00:18:16,136

It's sort of awful.




334

00:18:17,721 --> 00:18:19,264

You have to do something about it.




335

00:18:19,348 --> 00:18:20,557

Like what?




336

00:18:20,641 --> 00:18:21,642

I don't know.




337

00:18:22,559 --> 00:18:23,977

But I'll help.




338

00:18:24,603 --> 00:18:25,437

[teacher] Girls.




339

00:18:43,372 --> 00:18:45,415

I didn't realize you were

taking photography.




340

00:18:45,499 --> 00:18:47,960

Yep, the project is all about contrast,




341

00:18:48,293 --> 00:18:50,504

which is why we have to do it at night,




342

00:18:50,587 --> 00:18:52,589

and which is why I have to sleep over.




343

00:18:53,173 --> 00:18:55,592

-It's due tomorrow.

-I see.




344

00:18:56,176 --> 00:18:59,138

I would like your parents' number,

just in case.




345

00:18:59,221 --> 00:19:01,014

Already put the Bakers in your contacts.




346

00:19:01,098 --> 00:19:02,808

You'll make sure to text me

before you go to bed?




347

00:19:02,891 --> 00:19:03,809

Yes.




348

00:19:03,892 --> 00:19:05,811

And you're sure

you don't want me to help--




349

00:19:05,894 --> 00:19:07,312

I've got it, Dad, really.




350

00:19:07,396 --> 00:19:08,522

Okay, okay.




351

00:19:12,317 --> 00:19:14,319

He's very involved.




352

00:19:14,903 --> 00:19:16,446

That's the worst, right?




353

00:19:16,530 --> 00:19:17,573

No, it's cool.




354

00:19:18,031 --> 00:19:20,492

I like that you can just talk to him.




355

00:19:21,410 --> 00:19:22,744

I wish I could do that.




356

00:19:22,828 --> 00:19:24,454

Grass is always greener, I guess.




357

00:19:27,583 --> 00:19:30,127

That was the first time

I've ever lied to either of them.




358

00:19:31,795 --> 00:19:33,338

Welcome to the dark side.




359

00:19:33,422 --> 00:19:34,590

[evil laugh]




360

00:19:41,180 --> 00:19:42,723

Technically, it's for bears.




361

00:19:42,806 --> 00:19:46,560

Supposedly, like, blinds the bears,

giving you time to run away.




362

00:19:47,603 --> 00:19:48,979

So, who do you think it could be?




363

00:19:49,062 --> 00:19:50,397

I don't know,




364

00:19:50,480 --> 00:19:52,566

but there's this

creepy old dude on the corner




365

00:19:52,649 --> 00:19:55,402

who walks with an umbrella

on perfectly sunny days.




366

00:19:55,485 --> 00:19:56,945

-Weird.

-Exactly.




367

00:19:57,529 --> 00:19:58,447

My money's on him.




368

00:19:58,530 --> 00:20:02,159

He's gonna need more than an umbrella to

block the rays of this thing. Wanna see?




369

00:20:03,410 --> 00:20:05,078

You may want to look away.




370

00:20:10,042 --> 00:20:11,960

[Ryan] I'm amazed you still shoot on film.




371

00:20:12,044 --> 00:20:13,837

I shoot all different ways,




372

00:20:13,921 --> 00:20:16,673

but film really makes you focus

on the image you're creating.




373

00:20:16,757 --> 00:20:18,634

It's not just there for you on a screen.




374

00:20:19,176 --> 00:20:20,469

These are...




375

00:20:22,346 --> 00:20:23,555

really good.




376

00:20:24,598 --> 00:20:25,432

Yeah.




377

00:20:25,515 --> 00:20:27,267

I need you to print a few

for the tribute issue.




378

00:20:27,351 --> 00:20:28,685

-Okay.

-Can you get them in time?




379

00:20:28,769 --> 00:20:30,395

Yeah, I'm already started.




380

00:20:34,191 --> 00:20:35,275

That one.




381

00:20:39,196 --> 00:20:40,030

That one.




382

00:20:42,324 --> 00:20:43,325

This candid.




383

00:20:45,661 --> 00:20:46,495

Wow.




384

00:20:47,663 --> 00:20:48,538

This one.




385

00:20:52,042 --> 00:20:53,710

You really did capture her, didn't you?




386

00:20:55,712 --> 00:20:56,755

Um...




387

00:20:57,381 --> 00:20:59,049

I've really got a lot of work to do.




388

00:20:59,132 --> 00:21:00,133

Do you think you could...?




389

00:21:00,217 --> 00:21:01,551

-Yeah.

-Yeah, okay, cool.




390

00:21:03,512 --> 00:21:05,180

Yeah, no, um...




391

00:21:19,236 --> 00:21:20,070

[door closes]




392

00:21:20,153 --> 00:21:21,905

[Clay] You've got a real eye.




393

00:21:22,948 --> 00:21:25,492

Jesus, Clay,

what are you doing in here?




394

00:21:26,827 --> 00:21:30,580

Just seeing what our prize-winning

photographer is working on.




395

00:21:31,164 --> 00:21:32,124

Interesting stuff.




396

00:21:32,207 --> 00:21:33,417

Well, no, don't.




397

00:21:33,500 --> 00:21:36,253

This is all for yearbook only.

You're not supposed to be here.




398

00:21:36,336 --> 00:21:40,173

Really? You're gonna

call me out on trespassing?




399

00:21:40,257 --> 00:21:41,258

I heard your tape.




400

00:21:41,341 --> 00:21:43,927

And throwing a rock

through my window isn't enough?




401

00:21:44,011 --> 00:21:45,345

I didn't throw one.




402

00:21:47,180 --> 00:21:48,598

So, what do you want, then?




403

00:21:48,682 --> 00:21:50,976

I want you to delete

the photos you took.




404

00:21:51,560 --> 00:21:53,103

Destroy the negatives. Whatever.




405

00:21:53,186 --> 00:21:55,731

-Or I'm turning you in.

-Turning me in?




406

00:21:56,273 --> 00:21:58,317

What, are you gonna turn everybody in?




407

00:21:59,401 --> 00:22:00,902

Like Justin and Alex?




408

00:22:00,986 --> 00:22:01,820

You stalked her.




409

00:22:01,903 --> 00:22:04,281

I'm the student life photographer, okay?




410

00:22:04,364 --> 00:22:05,907

I stalk everybody. It's my job.




411

00:22:05,991 --> 00:22:08,452

That means you stand

outside everyone's windows?




412

00:22:08,535 --> 00:22:10,829

-No, it doesn't mean that.

-That's a relief.




413

00:22:10,912 --> 00:22:13,415

'Cause a first-time offense

is only six months in jail,




414

00:22:13,498 --> 00:22:16,084

but for repeat offenders, that's a year.




415

00:22:16,668 --> 00:22:17,544

That's not a thing.




416

00:22:17,627 --> 00:22:20,130

Criminal invasion of a minor's privacy.

Look it up.




417

00:22:23,008 --> 00:22:25,385

I don't think they'll let you have

a camera in prison,




418

00:22:25,469 --> 00:22:27,345

but maybe you can draw pictures.




419

00:22:27,429 --> 00:22:29,639

-I'm not a criminal.

-You are.




420

00:22:29,723 --> 00:22:31,975

-And you're a creep.

-I just took pictures.




421

00:22:32,059 --> 00:22:34,186

-You humiliated her.

-I didn't mean to.




422

00:22:34,269 --> 00:22:36,063

-You ruined her.

-I loved her!




423

00:22:39,816 --> 00:22:42,069

And I know I barely knew her, but I...




424

00:22:43,236 --> 00:22:44,780

I saw her.




425

00:22:45,530 --> 00:22:48,241

Most people, you put a camera on them,

and they smile.




426

00:22:48,658 --> 00:22:51,912

They pose. They basically fake it.




427

00:22:52,412 --> 00:22:55,332

You don't see them, you see their mask.




428

00:22:55,415 --> 00:22:58,001

Whenever my camera was on Hannah,

she was...




429

00:22:59,336 --> 00:23:00,754

different.




430

00:23:02,214 --> 00:23:03,548

Like, real, and...




431

00:23:04,549 --> 00:23:05,884

I fell in love with that.




432

00:23:07,219 --> 00:23:08,428

Real.




433

00:23:08,512 --> 00:23:12,015

So, yeah, I took pictures of her,

but that's because girls like that




434

00:23:12,099 --> 00:23:15,102

don't hang out

with the yearbook guy, with me.




435

00:23:15,685 --> 00:23:17,312

Why didn't you just talk to her?




436

00:23:17,395 --> 00:23:18,814

[scoffs] Why didn't you?




437

00:23:19,689 --> 00:23:20,690

What do you mean?




438

00:23:20,774 --> 00:23:23,735

Come on, I stalk everybody, remember?




439

00:23:25,487 --> 00:23:26,404

I don't miss much.




440

00:23:27,948 --> 00:23:29,533

You loved her, too.




441

00:23:30,117 --> 00:23:32,786

And all you did was watch her

from the sidelines, so...




442

00:23:35,497 --> 00:23:37,207

I guess we're not so different, are we?




443

00:23:37,290 --> 00:23:41,169

Delete the pictures, Tyler.

Destroy them. All of them.




444

00:23:42,796 --> 00:23:43,797

Come on.




445

00:23:44,840 --> 00:23:47,008

You sure you don't want to keep just one?




446

00:23:52,889 --> 00:23:55,600

[Cheerleader] Okay, everybody.

Drumroll, please.




447

00:23:55,684 --> 00:23:58,311

-[students stomping]

-[rock music playing]




448

00:23:58,395 --> 00:24:02,274

Tight race, you guys, but I think

we've narrowed down our finalists.




449

00:24:02,357 --> 00:24:04,860

We're gonna choose the winner by applause.




450

00:24:04,943 --> 00:24:09,614

The costume with the most applause

takes home 200 smackers, so...




451

00:24:09,698 --> 00:24:10,907

[cheering]




452

00:24:11,283 --> 00:24:13,618

Genius is so often misunderstood.




453

00:24:16,830 --> 00:24:17,956

Mud divers!




454

00:24:18,039 --> 00:24:19,416

[cheering]




455

00:24:21,293 --> 00:24:22,627

Hey, you okay?




456

00:24:24,212 --> 00:24:25,046

Yeah.




457

00:24:25,130 --> 00:24:26,840

You kept listening, didn't you?




458

00:24:27,549 --> 00:24:29,134

I know that feeling, man.




459

00:24:29,426 --> 00:24:30,927

Hurts bad, I know it.




460

00:24:31,553 --> 00:24:32,929

Let yourself off the hook.




461

00:24:33,013 --> 00:24:34,139

Hannah's gone.




462

00:24:34,222 --> 00:24:37,100

And it's terrible,

but we've got to live on.




463

00:24:38,268 --> 00:24:39,603

And let go.




464

00:24:40,187 --> 00:24:43,106

Come hang out with everybody tonight.

Bring the tapes.




465

00:24:44,524 --> 00:24:45,984

We'll figure it out.




466

00:24:47,736 --> 00:24:49,070

[rap music playing over speakers]




467

00:24:49,154 --> 00:24:50,447

[all cheering]




468

00:24:51,114 --> 00:24:52,824

Okay, okay, okay.




469

00:24:53,116 --> 00:24:56,161

Ladies and gents,

I think we have a winner!




470

00:24:56,286 --> 00:24:58,788

Justin and Jessica, as sexy punk rockers!




471

00:24:58,872 --> 00:25:00,582

Whoo-hoo! Yeah!




472

00:25:02,626 --> 00:25:04,628

Sid and Nancy, for fuck's sake.




473

00:25:05,629 --> 00:25:07,672

Come on! Whoo!




474

00:25:08,548 --> 00:25:10,050

Pathetic, right?




475

00:25:11,718 --> 00:25:14,304

-What?

-The way they celebrate themselves and...




476

00:25:14,846 --> 00:25:16,348

just their whole group. It's...




477

00:25:18,558 --> 00:25:20,602

It's better to stay outside of it all.




478

00:25:20,685 --> 00:25:21,728

You know?




479

00:25:21,811 --> 00:25:23,271

No, I don't know.




480

00:25:33,907 --> 00:25:35,325

[sighs]




481

00:26:02,185 --> 00:26:03,645

[toilet flushes]




482

00:26:10,527 --> 00:26:11,569

Seriously?




483

00:26:11,861 --> 00:26:13,863

You're following me into the bathroom now?




484

00:26:16,032 --> 00:26:17,659

Silent treatment. Wow.




485

00:26:20,036 --> 00:26:21,162

You know what? Good.




486

00:26:21,413 --> 00:26:22,747

'Cause I'm tired of it all anyway.




487

00:26:22,914 --> 00:26:24,582

-Clay.

-Oh, it speaks!




488

00:26:25,208 --> 00:26:27,294

Clay, those guys are using you.




489

00:26:27,961 --> 00:26:29,754

They just want to shut you down.




490

00:26:30,297 --> 00:26:33,174

And whatever they're offering you,

they're lying.




491

00:26:34,134 --> 00:26:35,218

You lied to me.




492

00:26:36,052 --> 00:26:38,138

You lied about where you were last night.




493

00:26:39,306 --> 00:26:41,891

I saw you. With your brothers.




494

00:26:41,975 --> 00:26:43,393

I saw you beating up that guy.




495

00:26:43,768 --> 00:26:45,979

Or were you just "helping" him too?




496

00:26:46,730 --> 00:26:47,772

Clay.




497

00:26:48,273 --> 00:26:49,316

Clay!




498

00:26:53,069 --> 00:26:54,070

Oh, fuck.




499

00:27:07,459 --> 00:27:09,336

-Still open?

-[Mr. Baker] Still open.




500

00:27:11,421 --> 00:27:12,714

Oh, thank God.




501

00:27:13,089 --> 00:27:16,968

My wife would kill me if I came home

empty-handed again.




502

00:27:23,683 --> 00:27:24,684

Okay.




503

00:27:27,103 --> 00:27:28,104

You got uh,




504

00:27:28,188 --> 00:27:29,522

two different sizes here.




505

00:27:29,606 --> 00:27:31,066

I got two different kids,




506

00:27:31,149 --> 00:27:32,692

two and a half and nine months.




507

00:27:32,776 --> 00:27:34,486

I'm running on fumes here.




508

00:27:34,944 --> 00:27:37,489

I think I slept a few hours last week.




509

00:27:38,615 --> 00:27:39,908

I remember those times.




510

00:27:40,158 --> 00:27:41,242

Oh!




511

00:27:44,913 --> 00:27:46,539

We ran out of these last year.




512

00:27:52,337 --> 00:27:55,256

You know, I fought

having the Walplex move in, too.




513

00:27:56,841 --> 00:27:59,886

I mean, maybe it's open late,

but it's not this, you know?




514

00:28:01,096 --> 00:28:02,222

It's not people we know.




515

00:28:03,515 --> 00:28:05,016

Well, thank you.




516

00:28:05,600 --> 00:28:07,018

We appreciate your business.




517

00:28:08,019 --> 00:28:11,564

'Course, if I've learned anything

from watching high school football,




518

00:28:11,648 --> 00:28:13,691

the bigger team always seems to win.




519

00:28:13,775 --> 00:28:14,859

Am I right?




520

00:28:21,991 --> 00:28:23,076

Um...




521

00:28:26,371 --> 00:28:30,208

Look, I know this whole lawsuit thing




522

00:28:30,291 --> 00:28:32,877

has made it hard to talk to people,




523

00:28:32,961 --> 00:28:37,424

but if you ever needed

someone to talk to...




524

00:28:38,842 --> 00:28:40,802

Not me, of course. That would be...




525

00:28:42,303 --> 00:28:43,555

Um...




526

00:28:43,638 --> 00:28:45,473

I could recommend someone.




527

00:28:46,057 --> 00:28:47,183

You know, a professional.




528

00:28:49,769 --> 00:28:52,480

Yeah, thank you,

that's a very kind offer, but, uh...




529

00:28:53,398 --> 00:28:55,442

I think we're handling it our own way.




530

00:28:55,608 --> 00:28:56,693

Don't forget your keys.




531

00:28:58,194 --> 00:28:59,404

Good luck with your store.




532

00:29:03,366 --> 00:29:04,367

Come on!




533

00:29:04,451 --> 00:29:05,660

["Skeletons" playing]




534

00:29:05,744 --> 00:29:07,662

♪ I guess I've been bruised ♪




535

00:29:07,746 --> 00:29:10,123

♪ If we were to speak plain ♪




536

00:29:10,707 --> 00:29:13,626

♪ Every bruise that comes to flesh ♪




537

00:29:14,586 --> 00:29:16,504

♪ Makes its mark ♪




538

00:29:17,297 --> 00:29:20,091

♪ Skeletons in the back yard... ♪




539

00:29:23,678 --> 00:29:25,722

Hey, hey, whoa, whoa!

What are you guys doing?




540

00:29:26,473 --> 00:29:27,557

Let's go, let's go!




541

00:29:28,933 --> 00:29:29,934

Get out of here.




542

00:29:40,904 --> 00:29:42,655

Drop it, right now!




543

00:29:42,906 --> 00:29:44,991

You stay right there

while I call the police.




544

00:29:45,116 --> 00:29:47,452

-Wait, this wasn't me.

-It's in your hand.




545

00:29:47,535 --> 00:29:49,370

No, I was taking it down. Really.




546

00:29:49,496 --> 00:29:51,539

Mrs. Baker, I knew Hannah.




547

00:29:54,459 --> 00:29:56,044

We used to work together.




548

00:29:56,669 --> 00:29:59,672

I was riding by, and I saw these kids...




549

00:30:01,424 --> 00:30:02,425

You knew Hannah?




550

00:30:03,968 --> 00:30:05,053

I did.




551

00:30:08,056 --> 00:30:09,933

Would you want to come inside?




552

00:30:13,686 --> 00:30:14,729

Sure.




553

00:30:27,867 --> 00:30:28,910

[Courtney] Bye.




554

00:30:29,994 --> 00:30:31,621

We won't be late.




555

00:30:31,704 --> 00:30:34,958

I don't know. Maybe we should just

change the reservations to another night.




556

00:30:35,041 --> 00:30:36,042

They'll be fine.




557

00:30:36,125 --> 00:30:39,128

I think this place will probably

charge the card if we move it.




558

00:30:39,504 --> 00:30:40,672

Wow.




559

00:30:40,755 --> 00:30:42,382

You said you wanted a nice restaurant.




560

00:30:43,550 --> 00:30:45,718

Um, what are you guys still doing here?




561

00:30:45,844 --> 00:30:48,221

Your mother thinks

that we should stay home.




562

00:30:48,721 --> 00:30:50,223

And break date night?




563

00:30:50,306 --> 00:30:51,599

You guys, go.




564

00:30:51,933 --> 00:30:55,395

Do, yeah, date night things

I'm trying not to picture right now.




565

00:30:55,478 --> 00:30:57,605

-The only thing--

-We've got pizza money.




566

00:30:57,689 --> 00:31:01,317

I'm just thinking maybe I should

cook dinner for your new friend.




567

00:31:01,401 --> 00:31:04,571

She's gonna be my new ex-friend

if you guys don't stop acting weird.




568

00:31:05,738 --> 00:31:06,739

-Okay.

-Okay.




569

00:31:06,823 --> 00:31:07,866

All right, have fun.




570

00:31:07,949 --> 00:31:08,950

Thank you.




571

00:31:09,033 --> 00:31:10,243

-I love you.

-Okay, bye.




572

00:31:12,078 --> 00:31:13,204

[door opens]




573

00:31:15,999 --> 00:31:17,041

[exhales]




574

00:31:17,125 --> 00:31:18,334

Alone at last.




575

00:31:18,960 --> 00:31:20,003

Shall we?




576

00:31:21,337 --> 00:31:23,047

Okay, so...




577

00:31:23,923 --> 00:31:27,677

Once it's dark and we hear him

outside the window--




578

00:31:27,802 --> 00:31:29,429

We open the window

and flash the light.




579

00:31:29,512 --> 00:31:32,265

Mm-hmm. And expose creepy umbrella guy.




580

00:31:32,348 --> 00:31:33,850

-Aah!

-[both giggling]




581

00:31:33,975 --> 00:31:35,643

Oh, my God, don't say "expose."




582

00:31:36,603 --> 00:31:37,687

What if he's...?




583

00:31:39,772 --> 00:31:40,815

Eww.




584

00:31:41,399 --> 00:31:42,233

Eww.




585

00:31:43,943 --> 00:31:44,944

Okay.




586

00:31:45,945 --> 00:31:47,697

For the first time, I'm freaking.




587

00:31:47,780 --> 00:31:48,865

Me too.




588

00:31:50,950 --> 00:31:52,160

Do we need...




589

00:31:52,994 --> 00:31:53,828

courage?




590

00:32:08,468 --> 00:32:09,552

I could use some courage.




591

00:32:15,224 --> 00:32:17,644

My husband was the one who suggested




592

00:32:17,727 --> 00:32:20,313

that we not give out candy this year.




593

00:32:22,315 --> 00:32:25,985

He thought seeing all the kids

would make me too emotional.




594

00:32:27,236 --> 00:32:29,238

Now all it's done is attract them.




595

00:32:31,115 --> 00:32:32,533

I'm really sorry.




596

00:32:32,992 --> 00:32:34,494

Kids can be...




597

00:32:34,577 --> 00:32:35,578

Yes.




598

00:32:37,622 --> 00:32:38,915

They can.




599

00:32:38,998 --> 00:32:40,375

Did you...




600

00:32:40,792 --> 00:32:42,543

Did you want a soda or something?
601

00:32:42,627 --> 00:32:44,712

I'm really fine, thank you.




602

00:32:49,425 --> 00:32:52,303

Hannah didn't have many friends, so I'm...




603

00:32:52,887 --> 00:32:54,806

I'm thrilled to finally meet one.




604

00:32:56,057 --> 00:32:57,100

Clay, was it?




605

00:32:57,684 --> 00:32:58,935

Yes. Clay Jensen.




606

00:32:59,686 --> 00:33:01,562

You do look familiar, though.




607

00:33:01,646 --> 00:33:02,981

You two worked together?




608

00:33:03,523 --> 00:33:04,899

Right. At the Crestmont.




609

00:33:04,983 --> 00:33:06,901

I wonder if she said anything to you.




610

00:33:06,985 --> 00:33:10,947

Did she ever talk to you about

her experiences at school?




611

00:33:12,615 --> 00:33:14,242

Uh, experiences?




612

00:33:14,325 --> 00:33:16,953

I mean, did she ever say anything to you




613

00:33:17,036 --> 00:33:20,456

that would indicate that she might

have been mistreated




614

00:33:20,540 --> 00:33:22,792

or bullied in any way?




615

00:33:26,671 --> 00:33:27,714

I, uh...




616

00:33:29,465 --> 00:33:32,218

we didn't really talk

about that kind of thing, I guess.




617

00:33:34,679 --> 00:33:36,514

Maybe I was more of, um...




618

00:33:36,597 --> 00:33:39,308

an acquaintance than a close friend.




619

00:33:41,227 --> 00:33:42,311

I see.




620

00:33:45,648 --> 00:33:46,899

[sighs]




621

00:33:49,694 --> 00:33:52,238

We moved to this town for a fresh start.




622

00:33:53,072 --> 00:33:54,365

For all of us, but...




623

00:33:56,075 --> 00:33:57,493

especially for Hannah.




624

00:33:59,328 --> 00:34:01,831

[Mrs. Baker]

You just ask yourself over and over...




625

00:34:02,665 --> 00:34:03,499

what happened?




626

00:34:10,923 --> 00:34:12,633

Todd. Hi.




627

00:34:13,760 --> 00:34:15,136

Andy! Hey!




628

00:34:15,970 --> 00:34:17,013

I, uh, wow,




629

00:34:17,096 --> 00:34:18,723

I guess you got curious too,




630

00:34:18,806 --> 00:34:21,350

about all this Walplex nonsense.




631

00:34:21,476 --> 00:34:22,518

Sure.




632

00:34:23,519 --> 00:34:26,522

Listen, Dr. Mendez

hasn't called in your refill.




633

00:34:26,606 --> 00:34:29,192

It's been a couple of months.

Should I give him a ring?




634

00:34:29,275 --> 00:34:31,319

Uh, no, I'm...




635

00:34:31,402 --> 00:34:32,445

No, there's no need.




636

00:34:32,528 --> 00:34:33,863

Okay, well...




637

00:34:36,115 --> 00:34:37,116

Take care.




638

00:34:37,658 --> 00:34:39,368

Give my best to Olivia, please.




639

00:34:42,705 --> 00:34:43,581

[alarm chirps]




640

00:34:58,012 --> 00:34:59,305

[stops tape]




641

00:35:05,353 --> 00:35:06,771

Thank you for this.




642

00:35:08,356 --> 00:35:09,982

Now I know who's responsible.




643

00:35:12,443 --> 00:35:13,611

You are!




644

00:35:14,987 --> 00:35:17,031

You killed Hannah!




645

00:35:17,156 --> 00:35:18,241

[water running]




646

00:35:34,507 --> 00:35:36,050

[indistinct chatter, giggling]




647

00:35:39,011 --> 00:35:40,429

[Hannah] Who does that? Who...?




648

00:35:41,806 --> 00:35:43,724

The whole thing. Like...




649

00:35:48,396 --> 00:35:49,730

[girls giggling]




650

00:35:49,814 --> 00:35:51,149

Wait. Shut up, wait.




651

00:35:51,232 --> 00:35:53,609

So the whole Justin thing

was just a rumor?




652

00:35:54,193 --> 00:35:56,028

I totally thought you guys went to third.




653

00:35:56,112 --> 00:35:57,655

Nope. Just first.




654

00:35:58,114 --> 00:36:00,992

Also, why someone picked

the most boring sport ever




655

00:36:01,075 --> 00:36:04,203

to mark our sexual milestones

still kind of baffles me.




656

00:36:04,662 --> 00:36:07,331

My God. I am so sorry.




657

00:36:08,207 --> 00:36:09,750

I totally misjudged you.




658

00:36:10,251 --> 00:36:11,294

It's cool.




659

00:36:12,336 --> 00:36:14,213

I misjudge me all the time.




660

00:36:15,381 --> 00:36:17,258

-Boys are assholes.

-[chuckles]




661

00:36:17,341 --> 00:36:20,052

Sometimes I think we'd be

better off without them.




662

00:36:20,136 --> 00:36:21,387

I will drink to that.




663

00:36:24,891 --> 00:36:26,100

[chuckles]




664

00:36:26,851 --> 00:36:28,186

What is in this?




665

00:36:28,269 --> 00:36:30,730

Vodka, Scotch, Kahlúa,




666

00:36:31,439 --> 00:36:32,481

and...




667

00:36:32,565 --> 00:36:35,985

and just enough of anything

the parents won't notice is missing!




668

00:36:36,235 --> 00:36:38,362

It's kind of like

when you run your soda cup




669

00:36:38,446 --> 00:36:40,239

under the fountain drinks

at the Crestmont,




670

00:36:40,323 --> 00:36:42,450

just, you know, with liquor.




671

00:36:43,075 --> 00:36:45,786

Yeah, my friend Kat and I

used to call it a suicide.




672

00:36:45,870 --> 00:36:47,455

I can't imagine why.




673

00:36:48,956 --> 00:36:50,750

[Hannah] So, yeah,




674

00:36:50,833 --> 00:36:52,752

we kind of lost track of the plan.




675

00:36:54,086 --> 00:36:55,796

Okay. Your turn.




676

00:36:56,631 --> 00:36:58,674

I dare you to...




677

00:36:59,759 --> 00:37:01,010

take another drink.




678

00:37:01,469 --> 00:37:03,930

But it was so nice having a new friend.




679

00:37:11,312 --> 00:37:12,313

Boring!




680

00:37:13,147 --> 00:37:14,607

Well, I don't know.




681

00:37:15,566 --> 00:37:17,735

Okay, your turn.

I dare you to take off your bra.




682

00:37:19,654 --> 00:37:21,614

Under your shirt. Relax.




683

00:37:24,700 --> 00:37:25,993

[laughing]




684

00:37:37,255 --> 00:37:38,339

Okay.




685

00:37:39,048 --> 00:37:41,050

I dare you to take off your shirt.




686

00:37:44,095 --> 00:37:45,513

[laughing]




687

00:37:50,810 --> 00:37:53,562

Um... I dare you to kiss me.




688

00:37:53,688 --> 00:37:54,730

Yeah, right.




689

00:37:56,816 --> 00:37:57,984

-Seriously?

-Come on.




690

00:37:58,067 --> 00:37:59,235

Doesn't mean anything.




691

00:38:00,569 --> 00:38:02,446

Come on. Here, I'll close my eyes.




692

00:38:10,955 --> 00:38:13,291

[giggles echoing]




693

00:38:13,749 --> 00:38:15,126

[Mrs. Baker] Everything okay?




694

00:38:18,713 --> 00:38:22,258

Sorry, I just got turned around

on my way back from...




695

00:38:24,969 --> 00:38:26,387

This is Hannah's room?




696

00:38:29,765 --> 00:38:30,766

Yes.




697

00:38:38,774 --> 00:38:39,817

It is.




698

00:38:46,365 --> 00:38:47,825

But you knew that already.




699

00:38:48,242 --> 00:38:49,243

I what?




700

00:38:49,327 --> 00:38:50,703

I knew you looked familiar.




701

00:38:50,786 --> 00:38:53,122

I saw you standing outside that window.




702

00:38:56,000 --> 00:38:57,209

I was just, uh...




703

00:38:57,293 --> 00:38:59,545

No, it's okay. I'm not angry.

But, um...




704

00:39:00,504 --> 00:39:01,630

[stammers]




705

00:39:04,633 --> 00:39:05,968

Maybe we could help each other.




706

00:39:08,262 --> 00:39:09,722

You must have questions.




707

00:39:09,805 --> 00:39:12,183

It's actually...

It's getting late, Mrs. Baker.




708

00:39:12,266 --> 00:39:14,101

No, no, no. Please, Clay.




709

00:39:15,353 --> 00:39:17,229

I'm just trying to piece things together.




710

00:39:17,313 --> 00:39:18,314

You don't need--




711

00:39:18,397 --> 00:39:19,899

My parents are expecting me home.




712

00:39:19,982 --> 00:39:21,275

No, we...




713

00:39:23,986 --> 00:39:25,071

We never got a note.




714

00:39:29,742 --> 00:39:31,285

We never got a reason.




715

00:39:31,869 --> 00:39:33,496

So now my daughter




716

00:39:33,579 --> 00:39:36,040

might as well be

an acquaintance to me, too.




717

00:39:37,208 --> 00:39:40,044

I have some of her things,

some of her photos,




718

00:39:40,127 --> 00:39:42,046

and, um, her notes.




719

00:39:42,630 --> 00:39:44,465

We could look at them together.




720

00:39:44,548 --> 00:39:46,801

Wait... wait here?




721

00:39:56,811 --> 00:39:57,853

[girls giggling]




722

00:40:03,275 --> 00:40:06,487

[Hannah] It's hard to say exactly

how things turned, but...




723

00:40:09,115 --> 00:40:12,326

let's just say... that night,




724

00:40:12,410 --> 00:40:14,078

things escalated quickly.




725

00:40:17,915 --> 00:40:19,834

[camera clicking]




726

00:40:21,085 --> 00:40:23,838

While Courtney didn't hear

my stalker arrive...




727

00:40:24,380 --> 00:40:25,297

I did.




728

00:40:25,381 --> 00:40:26,340

[clicking continues]




729

00:40:26,424 --> 00:40:29,760

Thankfully, I found a way

to kill two birds with one stone.




730

00:40:31,512 --> 00:40:32,763

Wait.




731

00:40:34,014 --> 00:40:35,015

Who are you?




732

00:40:36,976 --> 00:40:38,185

Tyler?




733

00:40:43,482 --> 00:40:44,817

Tyler Down?




734

00:40:45,901 --> 00:40:49,697

Oh, my God, you said it was

some creepy guy from down the street!




735

00:40:49,780 --> 00:40:50,906

I thought it was.




736

00:40:53,826 --> 00:40:55,411

Uh, I should...




737

00:40:57,079 --> 00:40:58,664

-Wait.

-I should go.




738

00:40:59,248 --> 00:41:01,167

What? No. Courtney.




739

00:41:03,919 --> 00:41:05,588

Courtney, wait.




740

00:41:06,297 --> 00:41:07,131

Come back.




741

00:41:19,518 --> 00:41:20,811

Wait.




742

00:41:21,103 --> 00:41:23,063

Please, I just want to talk.




743

00:41:23,147 --> 00:41:24,899

I'm sorry, my mom's waiting for me.




744

00:41:24,982 --> 00:41:25,900

I'm sorry.




745

00:41:37,328 --> 00:41:40,581

[Hannah] Remember when I said you wouldn't

believe the skeletons Tyler found?




746

00:41:41,957 --> 00:41:43,375

Turns out they weren't mine.




747

00:41:45,294 --> 00:41:46,337

Hey.




748

00:41:46,420 --> 00:41:47,796

They were Courtney's.




749

00:41:47,922 --> 00:41:49,715

-Everything okay?

-Everything's great.




750

00:41:49,798 --> 00:41:53,177

Um, I'm sorry I left last night.

I just wasn't feeling well.




751

00:41:54,303 --> 00:41:55,304

Okay.




752

00:41:57,181 --> 00:41:58,974

Should we at least talk about it?




753

00:42:00,643 --> 00:42:02,019

There's nothing to talk about.




754

00:42:02,436 --> 00:42:03,479

Okay.




755

00:42:04,647 --> 00:42:08,067

Listen, I'm going to get

those pictures from Tyler, so...




756

00:42:08,400 --> 00:42:09,401

don't worry about that.




757

00:42:09,485 --> 00:42:10,653

Yeah, okay. Good.




758

00:42:11,237 --> 00:42:12,446

Good. You should.




759

00:42:21,455 --> 00:42:22,456

Is this all of them?




760

00:42:23,040 --> 00:42:23,874

Yeah.




761

00:42:26,502 --> 00:42:28,045

Um, Hannah, wait.




762

00:42:28,504 --> 00:42:29,380

Um...




763

00:42:30,005 --> 00:42:32,633

Would you ever want to hang out?




764

00:42:34,426 --> 00:42:35,553

You...




765

00:42:35,636 --> 00:42:37,263

want to hang out with me?




766

00:42:42,476 --> 00:42:44,728

[door opens, closes]




767

00:42:44,812 --> 00:42:46,730

[Hannah] I guess we all have secrets.




768

00:42:47,273 --> 00:42:48,274

[locker closes]




769

00:42:48,357 --> 00:42:50,526

And nobody likes it

when their secret gets out.




770

00:42:53,612 --> 00:42:54,780

What did you do?




771

00:42:54,863 --> 00:42:56,115

Whoa, what's wrong?




772

00:43:03,122 --> 00:43:05,165

No, I talked to Tyler this morning.




773

00:43:05,249 --> 00:43:07,876

-He told me he got rid of all of them.

-Well, he lied.




774

00:43:07,960 --> 00:43:10,004

Group-texted half the school.




775

00:43:11,755 --> 00:43:14,091

Okay, look, calm down.

No one can tell that's us.




776

00:43:14,174 --> 00:43:15,843

You don't think they'll figure it out?




777

00:43:15,926 --> 00:43:18,345

I shouldn't even be seen

talking to you right now.




778

00:43:18,637 --> 00:43:21,348

-Because of a stupid picture?

-Come on, Hannah.




779

00:43:21,473 --> 00:43:25,352

You of all people should know what

a picture can do to a person's life.




780

00:43:27,062 --> 00:43:28,439

Me of all people?




781

00:43:29,064 --> 00:43:29,898

I told you--




782

00:43:29,982 --> 00:43:31,525

Just stay away from me, okay?




783

00:43:31,609 --> 00:43:32,651

Courtney.




784

00:43:43,454 --> 00:43:44,622

[Hannah] Funny thing is,




785

00:43:44,705 --> 00:43:46,457

no one ever found out it was us.




786

00:43:48,751 --> 00:43:51,295

That whole fall,

everyone looked at that picture.




787

00:43:52,463 --> 00:43:54,423

I'd imagine some boys more than once.




788

00:43:57,134 --> 00:43:58,719

But no one ever knew who it was.




789

00:44:11,899 --> 00:44:13,150

[knocking at door]




790

00:44:13,233 --> 00:44:14,902

Well, now you know.




791

00:44:14,985 --> 00:44:16,028

[knocking continues]




792

00:44:16,111 --> 00:44:16,945

[door opens]




793

00:44:18,322 --> 00:44:20,407

So, just, a...




794

00:44:20,699 --> 00:44:23,452

gentle reminder about closed doors.




795

00:44:24,078 --> 00:44:26,246

Sorry. Old habits. I'll work on it.




796

00:44:26,580 --> 00:44:28,040

Your mother has dinner ready.




797

00:44:28,540 --> 00:44:29,875

And a special surprise.




798

00:44:29,958 --> 00:44:31,669

Yeah. Be right down.




799

00:44:37,132 --> 00:44:39,802

[Hannah] Like I said,

we're a society of stalkers.




800

00:44:41,637 --> 00:44:42,638

We're all guilty.




801

00:44:45,599 --> 00:44:46,809

We all look.




802

00:44:51,688 --> 00:44:53,649

We all think things we're ashamed of.




803

00:44:55,984 --> 00:44:57,653

The only difference is, Tyler...




804

00:44:58,612 --> 00:44:59,613

[phone chimes]




805

00:44:59,696 --> 00:45:00,739

...you got caught.




806

00:45:27,599 --> 00:45:30,185

Guys, I have to go out after dinner, okay?




807

00:45:30,269 --> 00:45:31,270

Won't be long.




808

00:45:31,353 --> 00:45:32,354

Where you going?




809

00:45:33,355 --> 00:45:34,398

What are you doing here?




810

00:45:34,481 --> 00:45:35,899

Your mom invited me.




811

00:45:35,983 --> 00:45:37,317

There you are!




812

00:45:37,401 --> 00:45:39,903

I ran into Tony's dad at school today.




813

00:45:39,987 --> 00:45:42,865

I haven't seen Tony in so long,

I thought, invite him to dinner.




814

00:45:51,707 --> 00:45:53,625

[Mrs. Jensen]

You have three older brothers?




815

00:45:53,709 --> 00:45:55,961

God, I only had one,

and we fought constantly.




816

00:45:56,044 --> 00:45:57,838

Though, to be fair, he's an asshole.




817

00:45:58,672 --> 00:45:59,673

Matt!




818

00:45:59,756 --> 00:46:02,384

Well, we actually get along pretty well.




819

00:46:02,509 --> 00:46:03,552

Really?




820

00:46:04,511 --> 00:46:06,555

I feel I saw you guys fighting recently.




821

00:46:07,639 --> 00:46:08,849

Well, that's true.




822

00:46:09,433 --> 00:46:12,478

We're not afraid of confrontation,

but at the end of the day,




823

00:46:12,561 --> 00:46:15,063

we always know whose side we're on.




824

00:46:16,565 --> 00:46:18,317

How's that history project going?




825

00:46:20,235 --> 00:46:21,862

With the cassettes.




826

00:46:23,197 --> 00:46:24,615

That's a good question.




827

00:46:24,698 --> 00:46:26,200

How are things going, Clay?




828

00:46:28,243 --> 00:46:29,244

I, uh...




829

00:46:30,454 --> 00:46:31,955

I think I'm done, actually.




830

00:46:32,873 --> 00:46:33,874

Oh, yeah?




831

00:46:34,708 --> 00:46:36,335

-Already?

-Yeah.




832

00:46:36,418 --> 00:46:37,669

I think I'm just gonna...




833

00:46:38,795 --> 00:46:41,048

pass the project on to the next student.




834

00:46:41,215 --> 00:46:42,633

Sounds very collaborative.




835

00:46:43,592 --> 00:46:47,304

A colleague of mine is studying

collaborative learning theory.




836

00:46:47,387 --> 00:46:48,388

[door bell rings]




837

00:46:48,472 --> 00:46:50,140

It actually strengthens your synapses.




838

00:46:50,766 --> 00:46:51,975

Wow.




839

00:46:52,059 --> 00:46:53,060

[Clay] Um...




840

00:46:53,685 --> 00:46:54,895

Yeah, it's...




841

00:46:55,229 --> 00:46:57,397

-It's like our oral history is...

-Trick or treat!




842

00:46:57,606 --> 00:46:59,775

passed down through the generations.

That kind of thing.




843

00:46:59,900 --> 00:47:01,902

Fantastic. It's the oral tradition.




844

00:47:01,985 --> 00:47:04,613

Except if we don't finish our part first,




845

00:47:04,696 --> 00:47:06,323

we could fail the whole assignment.




846

00:47:06,406 --> 00:47:07,407

Right?




847

00:47:08,700 --> 00:47:10,035

We could.




848

00:47:10,118 --> 00:47:11,370

But I doubt it.




849

00:47:11,453 --> 00:47:14,081

I would hate for us to have

to face those repercussions.




850

00:47:14,831 --> 00:47:16,250

Maybe we won't.




851

00:47:16,667 --> 00:47:18,460

Maybe those repercussions

aren't even real.




852

00:47:20,087 --> 00:47:22,881

As your project partner,

I would highly recommend that we--




853

00:47:23,006 --> 00:47:24,007

Are you...




854

00:47:24,466 --> 00:47:25,592

my partner?




855

00:47:27,636 --> 00:47:31,223

The assignment was very clear what

would happen if we broke the rules.




856

00:47:31,348 --> 00:47:33,559

The assignment was given by a dead person.




857

00:47:36,603 --> 00:47:38,021

In history.




858

00:47:39,773 --> 00:47:42,442

The historical figure is dead, obviously.




859

00:47:43,735 --> 00:47:45,195

Sure, sure.




860

00:47:46,071 --> 00:47:49,241

In a sense, all our assignments

are given by dead people.




861

00:47:51,785 --> 00:47:52,619

Hmm?




862

00:47:54,162 --> 00:47:57,207

I mean, we came here to get away

from the fucking Walplexes...




863

00:47:58,917 --> 00:48:00,460

and... and now,




864

00:48:00,544 --> 00:48:03,338

they've not only followed us, but...




865

00:48:04,923 --> 00:48:06,883

but they're stealing our customers.




866

00:48:07,676 --> 00:48:10,971

Walplex isn't the reason

why people aren't coming in, Andy.




867

00:48:12,139 --> 00:48:13,515

They're scared of us.




868

00:48:14,975 --> 00:48:16,351

They can't face us.




869

00:48:17,144 --> 00:48:18,770

What can we do about that?




870

00:48:21,398 --> 00:48:22,608

We could fight.




871

00:48:24,443 --> 00:48:26,987

[sighs] You know, take on the monolith.




872

00:48:27,070 --> 00:48:30,240

We've got those pictures

from the bathroom that you took.




873

00:48:30,324 --> 00:48:32,075

We have that list.




874

00:48:32,159 --> 00:48:33,577

And if that's not enough,




875

00:48:33,660 --> 00:48:35,871

we're just gonna have to find

something else,




876

00:48:35,954 --> 00:48:39,583

because we have to let them know

this is not a senseless tragedy,




877

00:48:39,666 --> 00:48:43,045

that there are reasons why this happened.




878

00:48:58,935 --> 00:49:00,729

That our little girl has a face.




879

00:49:03,523 --> 00:49:04,566

And a name.




880

00:49:08,820 --> 00:49:09,821

Okay.




881

00:49:11,615 --> 00:49:12,616

Okay.




882

00:49:28,632 --> 00:49:30,133

That guy you saw last night.




883

00:49:30,592 --> 00:49:32,052

He messed with my sister.




884

00:49:32,844 --> 00:49:34,554

Me and my brothers took care of it.




885

00:49:34,680 --> 00:49:35,806

Messed with...




886

00:49:36,640 --> 00:49:38,058

You should call the police.




887

00:49:38,475 --> 00:49:40,936

The police in my neighborhood

are a little different than yours.




888

00:49:41,853 --> 00:49:44,439

Sometimes when there's no justice,

you make it for yourself.




889

00:49:46,316 --> 00:49:47,526

Don't go to Bryce's.




890

00:49:47,776 --> 00:49:49,069

Don't listen to Marcus.




891

00:49:49,152 --> 00:49:50,821

Just... don't do it.




892

00:49:52,698 --> 00:49:53,740

Why not?




893

00:49:54,491 --> 00:49:55,659

It's not what Hannah wanted.




894

00:49:57,661 --> 00:49:59,496

How do you know what Hannah wanted?




895

00:49:59,871 --> 00:50:00,997

Hey, how do you even...




896

00:50:01,581 --> 00:50:03,583

Marcus told me

he just passed the tapes on.




897

00:50:03,667 --> 00:50:06,044

-Marcus lied.

-How do you know?




898

00:50:06,878 --> 00:50:09,297

There probably isn't even

a second set of tapes.




899

00:50:09,381 --> 00:50:11,007

It's probably all bullshit.




900

00:50:11,508 --> 00:50:12,718

[engine starts]




901

00:50:17,889 --> 00:50:19,641

[recording] Hey, it's Hannah.




902

00:50:20,392 --> 00:50:21,435

Hannah Baker.




903

00:50:22,477 --> 00:50:24,479

That's right. Don't adjust your...




904

00:50:24,688 --> 00:50:26,815

whatever device you're hearing this on.




905

00:50:26,898 --> 00:50:27,983

It's me,




906

00:50:28,066 --> 00:50:29,693

live and in stereo.




907

00:50:36,491 --> 00:50:37,617

[Hannah] Thing is...




908

00:50:38,118 --> 00:50:40,120

even though Tyler stopped coming around...




909

00:50:41,413 --> 00:50:43,331

I never stopped feeling afraid.




910

00:50:43,832 --> 00:50:45,083

So what could I do after that?




911

00:50:46,460 --> 00:50:48,378

First the school, then my house...




912

00:50:48,462 --> 00:50:50,005

even my own bedroom.




913

00:50:51,423 --> 00:50:52,549

Nowhere was safe.




914

00:50:54,092 --> 00:50:56,052

You took all that away.




915

00:50:56,136 --> 00:50:57,512

[gunfire]




916

00:51:02,058 --> 00:51:04,186

[sputtering]




917

00:51:08,106 --> 00:51:10,734

You guys have any idea how much

shit I'm in with Jessica?




918

00:51:10,901 --> 00:51:12,903

-Where the fuck is he?

-He'll be here.




919

00:51:13,945 --> 00:51:16,239

If he doesn't show,

we're done making friends.




920

00:51:16,323 --> 00:51:17,449

We do it my way.




921

00:51:17,532 --> 00:51:19,951

-What is your way, exactly?

-We make him understand.




922

00:51:20,035 --> 00:51:22,287

-[door bell buzzes]

-Yeah, understand what?




923

00:51:23,663 --> 00:51:24,664

Candy's in the bowl.




924

00:51:24,748 --> 00:51:25,874

[man] You got a delivery.




925

00:51:36,134 --> 00:51:37,719

Holy shit, is that them?




926

00:51:52,067 --> 00:51:55,195

-The fuck! Those are for my dad!

-Uh...




927

00:51:56,404 --> 00:51:58,532

Dude! I must be, like,




928

00:51:58,615 --> 00:52:00,075

really stoned or something.




929

00:52:06,832 --> 00:52:08,875

Okay, we should not be

doing this at his house.




930

00:52:08,959 --> 00:52:10,335

Really? Should we do it at yours?




931

00:52:10,418 --> 00:52:12,504

-He's going to find out.

-Maybe he should.




932

00:52:12,629 --> 00:52:13,713

Maybe that's how this ends.




933

00:52:13,797 --> 00:52:14,798

No.




934

00:52:14,881 --> 00:52:16,216

This ends with Clay.




935

00:52:16,299 --> 00:52:17,717

Whatever we have to do, okay?




936

00:52:18,301 --> 00:52:19,511

You're freaking me out.




937

00:52:19,594 --> 00:52:21,346

Maybe you're too fucking stoned, huh?




938

00:52:24,641 --> 00:52:26,393

[Hannah] You made me paranoid, Tyler.




939

00:52:29,604 --> 00:52:30,605

So now...




940

00:52:31,189 --> 00:52:32,357

I'm giving that to you.




941

00:52:35,026 --> 00:52:38,238

Maybe I'll never know

why you did what you did.




942

00:52:41,366 --> 00:52:44,578

But I can make you understand

how it felt to be me.




943

00:52:48,582 --> 00:52:50,667

That's why I'm outside your window, Tyler.




944

00:52:52,335 --> 00:52:55,088

And after people hear this,

I bet I won't be the only one.




945

00:53:27,454 --> 00:53:28,663

[phone vibrates]




946

00:53:43,011 --> 00:53:44,429

Knock knock, Tyler.




947

00:53:59,319 --> 00:54:00,195

[phone beeps]




948

00:54:06,159 --> 00:54:07,577

[phone chimes]




949

00:54:11,289 --> 00:54:12,624

Oh, shit.




950

00:54:14,501 --> 00:54:15,919

Fucking Clay.




951

00:54:17,212 --> 00:54:18,213

You're so done.




952

00:54:18,296 --> 00:54:19,965

You're so fucking done.




953

00:54:31,851 --> 00:54:33,103

[phone chimes]




954

00:55:05,093 --> 00:55:06,845

["Everything Always" playing]




955

00:55:13,935 --> 00:55:18,982

[man reading]




956

00:55:33,163 --> 00:55:36,124

♪ I take a flare-gun out at night ♪




957

00:55:38,543 --> 00:55:41,421

♪ So you can try to get some sleep ♪




958

00:55:41,755 --> 00:55:44,841

♪ If it gets bad I'll light up the sky ♪




959

00:55:46,634 --> 00:55:50,013

♪ I'm checking everything

all of the time ♪




960

00:55:52,307 --> 00:55:54,934

♪ Oh, I got to stay ahead ♪




961

00:55:55,185 --> 00:55:56,936

♪ Got to keep you safe ♪




962

00:55:57,020 --> 00:55:58,897

♪ I can go all night ♪




963

00:55:59,647 --> 00:56:02,901

♪ Wasted and mean we're not what we seem ♪




964

00:56:03,401 --> 00:56:05,236

♪ La da dada da ♪




965

00:56:06,529 --> 00:56:08,156

♪ Passed out beneath ♪




966

00:56:08,239 --> 00:56:09,908

♪ Our twinkling screens ♪




967

00:56:10,241 --> 00:56:12,368

♪ With our cozy hearts ♪




968

00:56:13,244 --> 00:56:16,623

♪ Yeah, you wanted it, wanted it

Wanted it bad ♪




969

00:56:16,706 --> 00:56:19,959

♪ You wanted it, wanted it

Wanted it bad ♪




970

00:56:21,002 --> 00:56:24,756

♪ I'm gonna wear you out ♪




971

00:56:27,801 --> 00:56:31,638

♪ I'm gonna wear you out ♪




972

00:56:34,599 --> 00:56:38,853

♪ I'm gonna wear you down ♪




973

00:56:39,437 --> 00:56:41,106

♪ Darling ♪




974

00:56:41,189 --> 00:56:42,982

♪ I just can't stop myself ♪




975

00:56:43,066 --> 00:56:45,110

♪ I'm done fucking around ♪




976

00:56:48,279 --> 00:56:51,825

♪ I'm going to wear you out ♪
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