13 Reasons Why Script 2-04

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13 Reasons Why (2017)

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season 2 - episode 4
"The Second Polaroid"

Created by

Brian Yorkey

Written by

Brian Yorkey
Jay Asher
Hayley Tyler

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S02-Ep.04: "The Second Polaroid"

Clay hides a secret from his parents. Concerned about his reputation, Marcus lies in court. Jessica and Alex skip school together.

TRANSCRIPTION

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[theme music playing]




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[rock song playing]




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[Marcus] My whole life,

my father told me people will judge me.




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Justin, wake up.




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[Marcus] People will assume

they know who I am by looking at me.




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Justin, come on.




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We got to get you to Mrs. Baker

and the lawyers before court starts.




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[Marcus]

And that the deck is stacked against me.




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-Justin, get up! Come on.

-[Justin groans]




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[sighs]




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-I'm not so sure he got the message.

-It's disgusting.




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-He stinks.

-No, the clothes stink.




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He's been living on the street

for five months.




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[sighs]




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[Marcus] When you're faced with that,

when you're without power,




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on the outside, you have tough choices.




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-[Lainie] You're up early.

-Hi! Uh...




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Laundry. Yeah.




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-Is this new?

-Yes. It's, um, pre-distressed.




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-Clay, is that your gym clothes?

-Uh...




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-'Cause it smells--

-Yeah, um...




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I left them on the bathroom floor

last night, like I do,




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and you know,

at night, my aim isn't so good.




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[clicks tongue]




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Uh, your father had an early meeting,




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so it's just you and me

for breakfast, okay?




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Okay, great. Thanks, Mom.




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[Marcus] It's easy to hide.

To give in to the pain.




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Like Hannah did. She started to believe




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-that she was less than.

-[banging]




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Shit.




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[toilet flushing]




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Tony, it was heroin.




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I did, like, an image search

and it came up black tar heroin.




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He... He had heroin.




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[Marcus] To believe that a life

of privilege and position




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was only for other people.




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You're up early.




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You got Rodin coming over

for a yoga lesson?




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No. Just wanted to say good morning

before you went off to practice.




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Oh.




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Why?




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[utensils clinking]




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That girl's mother made a statement

in the press, apparently.




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Yeah?




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You haven't been following it?




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Uh, Dad and Warren told me

to keep my head down,




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so, you know, that's what I've been doing.




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So school's been fine, then?




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With all this drama?




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Yeah, yeah. Everything's great.




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You know, just gearing up for the season.




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Let me know

if you need someone to talk to.




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Dr. Pierce would be glad to see you.




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Or your counselor at school.




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What's his name? Mr. Porter?




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No, thanks. I'm good, Mom. [scoffs]




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-All right, honey. Have a great day.

-Yeah, you, too.




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-Don't work too hard.

-Yeah.




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[Marcus] But the truth is,

privilege is a trap all its own.




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What the fuck? What are you doing here?




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Tony told me to wait till your mom left,

then come through the window.




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Did I mess it up?




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Uh, no, the window's right,

but why did he send you?




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-Well, he thought I could help.

-Help with what?




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I've got some supplies.

How are you feeling?




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Fine. Supplies for what?




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When is Tony getting here?




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He's not coming, Clay.

He's still on probation.




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He can't risk getting involved

now that he knows about Justin.




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What about me?




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[exhales] All right, so the thing is,

I was washing your clothes




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and I found your shit

and I flushed it down the toilet.




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And Tony thinks you might be an addict

and we might have to detox you.




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Fuck this. I'm out of here.




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Well, "A," all of your fucking clothes

are in the wash,




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and "B," where are you gonna go?




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We're gonna get you through this.




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Look, Justin,

you want to help Jessica, right?




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You can't testify if you're high.




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-Okay?

-Justin. Justin.




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Jesus, what happened to you?




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You think Jessica will wanna see you

like this?




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No.




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[exhales] Shit. I can't miss school.




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Go. I got this.




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-I'll text you every hour.

-Why are you doing this, Sheri?




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I spent the last five months

trying to make up for what I did.




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And now that I'm out,




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I realize it's actually gonna take

the rest of my life,




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so maybe this is where I start.




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[Justin gasping] I think I,

I think I ate too much breakfast.




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[Clay] Oh, fuck, Justin. That's my bed.

[sighs]




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Do you know who might want

to intimidate you, Jessica?




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I think it's pretty obvious.




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It's the same guy

who assaulted her in the fall




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and doesn't want her

opening her mouth in court.




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So, okay, if he's worried

that you would call him out,




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that means he thinks

that you know who he is.




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Yeah, well, I don't.




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Okay, even if you don't know for sure,

maybe you've got a feeling?




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Or maybe someone else

saw something that night.




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Because if you're scared to come forward,

for whatever reason,




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I want you to know

that we're on your side.




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You know, we can protect you.




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And it's safe to tell the truth.




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[Mrs. Davis]

Honey, is there something else?




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[Mr. Davis] You can talk to us, baby.




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And we're gonna get that bastard,

you don't have to worry about that.




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[Marcus] And we do ourselves no favors

by keeping our heads down, by hiding.




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You have to find a way

to hold your head up.




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[Mr. Cole] Say hi to Trish and the kids.




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All right, last call, I promise. You good?




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-Yeah, I'm good.

-Yeah?




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Uh, yeah, you know,

I'm just, like, a little nervous, I guess?




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Oh, my boy doesn't get nervous.

You're gonna be great.




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Just tell them

what you told the lawyers last fall.




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-The truth will set you free, right?

-Yeah, no, I know.




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But, um...




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But, Dad, like, what if they ask things

that they didn't ask before?




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Like, what if they ask me to,

you know, name names?




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-What names?

-I don't know, Dad.




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It's just...

Some of the other kids, they, um...




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they called out, like, friends of mine.




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Look, son.

You've worked hard to get where you are.




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Harder than other people

in the same position.




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And relationships are important.

They're everything.




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In any fair system,




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they wouldn't be putting you

in a position to make impossible choices.




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But it's not a fair system.




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And I want you

to look after yourself first.




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Yes, sir.




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You're gonna be great, okay?




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-[woman] Justice for Hannah!

-[indistinct clamoring]




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[Marcus] You have to find a way

to belong in this world.




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You have to find a way to be strong.




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Hey, man. Can I sit here?




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I don't exactly have

the upper body strength to stop you, so...




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Well, maybe if you showed up

for PT yesterday,




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-could've worked on your left hook.

-Maybe I didn't feel like it.




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Wouldn't you rather hang out

with your actual ambulatory friends?




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Nah, no, I like my non-ambulatory friends.




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Good for you, then.




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[laughter echoing]




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-Hey, man, you okay?

-Yeah.




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No. I just... I remembered something.




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Or... I almost remembered it.




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-We love you, Hannah!

-Justice for Hannah!




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Oh, my God. Look at them all.




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What did I say?




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You spoke to them.




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You showed them who Hannah really was

and they heard you.




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[chuckles]




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[car door closing]




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-[Dennis] Good morning.

-Good morning.




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Your statement

had quite the impact, clearly.




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-I knew you'd be upset.

-I'm not upset.




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They should hear from you

at the right time.




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People need to hear the whole story,

Hannah's story.




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-And they're not getting it in there.

-These kids are not on message.




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These kids are kids, Jackie.




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And they are the story.

We tell Hannah's story through them.




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-This Marcus Cole--

-Is a little politician.




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But he'd rather blame the school

than himself, and I can work with that.




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[Marcus]

When you're marginalized, powerless,




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you have to find strength somewhere.




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In friends.




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-Jess. Jessica.

-Hey, Clay, what's up?




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We have Justin.




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What?




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Over the weekend,

Tony and I went down to Oakland.




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But how did you know--?




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You saw the postcard.

You fucking snooped through my room?




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He wants to help.




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He said he'll testify, he's, um...




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-a little too sick at the moment, but--

-What do you mean sick?




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From being homeless.




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Look, he's at my house.

We're taking care of him.




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-If you want to see him or--

-I don't.




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Soon as he's better,

gonna take him to the Bakers' lawyer.




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-He can back up Hannah's story.

-It's not Hannah's story,




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and it's not his story, it's mine.




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I don't want him telling it.




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Jess, listen. Listen to me.




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-Justin wants to help.

-[whispers] Shut up, Clay.




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[Zach]

I'm just worried about it. All right?




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I'm serious, dude. No, I'm not kidding.




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Ask your boyfriend for help with history.




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Oh, wait. He's brain damaged.




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You're just jealous

he had a brain to damage, Monty.




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Guys, if I don't ace this test,

I might drop below a C, okay?




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So play the dad card again.

Metcalf will let you slide.




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It's not a card, dude.




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No, I know. Fuck, sorry, brother.

You know what I mean.




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If Chlöe hadn't stopped

doing study group...




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I'm sorry, Zach.

I've just been so busy with everything.




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Yeah, "everything,"

meaning doing Bryce. [hissing]




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Hey, well, it's Zach's fault.




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-He set us up.

-Yeah.




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I gave him your number.

The rest of it isn't my fault.




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-Meaning what, exactly?

-Meaning I have to get to class.




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What's going on there, Walker?




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He's just got a lot on his mind.

I don't blame him.




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["Freeze Me" playing]




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♪ Tell me what you think

Are we in trouble? ♪




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♪ Feelin' sorry's

Never really been my struggle ♪




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♪ Pickin' up the pieces

Siftin' through the rubble... ♪




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[Marcus] When you feel left out,




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when you feel like this high school world

is against you,




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it can be lonely and frightening.




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I wouldn't want anyone to feel that way.




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Which is why I signed up

for Dollar Valentines,




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and why I invited Hannah out.




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And was there a reason

you chose Hannah in particular?




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I knew that she'd had

some tough times at school.




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It was her first year.




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I wanted to show her

that there were good kids at Liberty.




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Who'd you guys get? Anybody good?




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Nope, not really.




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[laughs]




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I see what's up, Dempsey.

Just looking for a sure thing?




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Yeah, not worth it, Zach.

Hannah Baker is a lot to handle.




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Yeah, I heard she plays rough.




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[laughter]




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Yeah, like you would know, Marcus.




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Yeah, aren't you saving it till marriage

or something?




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Isn't Jesus your one true love?




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[chuckles]




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I mean, doesn't mean

I can't cheat now and then.




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And it just so happens I got Hannah,

so maybe it's time to sin.




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Oh.




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[laughs] You know what?




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I'll bet you a hundred bucks

you can't even get your hands in.




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I'll take that bet.




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00:13:21,300 --> 00:13:24,303

Well, maybe we underestimate you,

Minister Marcus.




236

00:13:24,678 --> 00:13:25,930

Maybe you do.




237

00:13:26,013 --> 00:13:27,723

[Marcus] So I asked her out on a date.




238

00:13:27,806 --> 00:13:29,808

Hannah Baker. Guess what?




239

00:13:30,017 --> 00:13:31,936

Hey, Marcus Cole. What?




240

00:13:32,311 --> 00:13:34,605

You were first on my list

for Dollar Valentines.




241

00:13:35,189 --> 00:13:39,360

[Marcus] She seemed excited.

Grateful for the attention. A little sad.




242

00:13:40,319 --> 00:13:43,322

Do you even like Hannah?

Or are you just trying to get with her?




243

00:13:43,405 --> 00:13:47,117

Yes, I do like her.

And I made a bet with Bryce.




244

00:13:47,910 --> 00:13:49,411

What is your deal?




245

00:13:49,703 --> 00:13:53,415

Some days you're this serious person

with legitimate plans for the world,




246

00:13:53,499 --> 00:13:55,668

and the next,

you're, like, this stupid guy.




247

00:13:56,126 --> 00:13:58,170

Like, one day you're Hillary,

the next day, Bill.




248

00:13:58,254 --> 00:14:00,631

Yeah, and which one was president?




249

00:14:01,924 --> 00:14:03,926

You do what you gotta do

to get on in this world.




250

00:14:04,134 --> 00:14:06,095

Especially if you ever want

to get something done.




251

00:14:06,178 --> 00:14:08,931

Yeah, but that doesn't mean

you have to be friends with Bryce.




252

00:14:10,099 --> 00:14:11,475

Yeah, it does.




253

00:14:14,937 --> 00:14:16,522

[Marcus] We met at Rosie's Diner.




254

00:14:17,189 --> 00:14:20,693

And at first it seemed like things

were going really well.




255

00:14:24,864 --> 00:14:25,698

What are you doing?




256

00:14:26,323 --> 00:14:28,909

I mean, she seemed

like she was having a good time.




257

00:14:29,076 --> 00:14:30,077

-Come on.

-No.




258

00:14:30,578 --> 00:14:33,080

And so, at some point,

I tried to hold her hand.




259

00:14:34,123 --> 00:14:35,958

But I guess she took it the wrong way.




260

00:14:36,792 --> 00:14:38,836

-And why do you say that?

-She yelled at me.




261

00:14:39,128 --> 00:14:40,796

Don't touch me! Get off!




262

00:14:40,880 --> 00:14:43,173

-[Marcus] Pushed me out of the booth.

-Hey, what the fuck!




263

00:14:43,799 --> 00:14:46,552

-[Dennis] Because you touched her hand?

-Yes.




264

00:14:47,136 --> 00:14:51,724

I mean, if a young woman yells at you

and physically pushes you off of her,




265

00:14:51,807 --> 00:14:55,311

don't you think she might have felt

threatened or unsafe?




266

00:14:55,394 --> 00:14:56,770

Objection. Speculation.




267

00:14:56,854 --> 00:14:58,606

Withdrawn. I'll rephrase.




268

00:14:58,689 --> 00:15:01,859

Marcus, did you at any time ask Hannah

why she pushed you out of the booth?




269

00:15:02,318 --> 00:15:03,152

No.




270

00:15:04,486 --> 00:15:07,698

[Marcus] I was confused.

I left right after that.




271

00:15:08,157 --> 00:15:09,617

And in the days that followed,




272

00:15:09,700 --> 00:15:12,870

did you talk to anyone

about your date with Hannah?




273

00:15:20,586 --> 00:15:24,131

I was hurt after I got rejected...




274

00:15:24,757 --> 00:15:25,591

Come on, dude.




275

00:15:25,674 --> 00:15:27,968

...so I vented

to some of my friends about it.




276

00:15:28,052 --> 00:15:31,221

-You couldn't keep it up, Marcus, huh?

-Oh, shut up, dude.




277

00:15:31,305 --> 00:15:33,057

[Marcus]

I never should have said anything.




278

00:15:33,140 --> 00:15:34,141

Nah, nah, man, look.




279

00:15:34,224 --> 00:15:36,143

She wants everybody

to think she's DTF, man,




280

00:15:36,226 --> 00:15:38,103

but she just likes the attention, dude.




281

00:15:38,187 --> 00:15:41,857

Hannah Baker is a cocktease, man.

Plus she's, like, batshit crazy, too.




282

00:15:41,941 --> 00:15:44,693

[Marcus] I should have known

people would twist my words.




283

00:15:45,235 --> 00:15:46,111

I feel terrible.




284

00:15:46,195 --> 00:15:48,155

Remember when she bum-rushed

the boys' locker room




285

00:15:48,238 --> 00:15:49,657

when that list came out? Oh.




286

00:15:49,990 --> 00:15:51,867

Yeah, man. Now that was crazy.




287

00:15:52,159 --> 00:15:54,578

-Hannah Baker, Hannah "Blue Balls."

-Hannah "Big Butt."




288

00:15:55,579 --> 00:15:57,915

[Marcus]

Because that's the thing about gossip.




289

00:16:01,168 --> 00:16:04,672

Once it starts,

it's hard to get away from it.




290

00:16:05,422 --> 00:16:08,008

-Jess! Jess, hey.

-Hi.




291

00:16:08,384 --> 00:16:09,677

Good job yesterday.




292

00:16:09,927 --> 00:16:11,845

-Good job?

-Yeah, in court.




293

00:16:12,304 --> 00:16:14,056

I heard they've been really tough

on people,




294

00:16:14,139 --> 00:16:16,809

but you stood your ground

and told the truth.




295

00:16:16,892 --> 00:16:20,896

-That's fucking brave, you know?

-Right. Yeah, thanks.




296

00:16:21,772 --> 00:16:25,275

Hey, listen, um, there's this thing

this weekend at Bryce's,




297

00:16:25,359 --> 00:16:29,113

and I have, like,

three different guys I want you to meet.




298

00:16:29,196 --> 00:16:32,366

It's time to get you an upstanding,

legit boyfriend, right?




299

00:16:34,118 --> 00:16:35,369

I'll see you at practice.




300

00:16:41,333 --> 00:16:43,752

[pop song plays]
301

00:16:48,132 --> 00:16:48,966

Thanks.




302

00:16:49,967 --> 00:16:51,927

Hey, guys. What are you doing right now?




303

00:16:52,177 --> 00:16:55,305

-Do you wanna ditch with me?

-Definitely. Is everything okay?




304

00:16:55,389 --> 00:16:57,599

Yeah, totally.

I just need to get out of here.




305

00:16:57,850 --> 00:17:01,186

-Guys, I cannot skip this class.

-Zach, we need you!




306

00:17:02,312 --> 00:17:03,939

-You need my car.

-[Jessica] Both!




307

00:17:04,982 --> 00:17:08,902

Look, if we can't have you,

can we... maybe...




308

00:17:09,528 --> 00:17:14,158

-Okay, but only if Jess drives.

-It's an automatic. My right foot works.




309

00:17:15,284 --> 00:17:17,077

-Jess drives.

-Thank you, Zachy.




310

00:17:21,040 --> 00:17:22,041

[car revs]




311

00:17:23,000 --> 00:17:24,460

This car is so insane.




312

00:17:24,752 --> 00:17:27,296

Shouldn't we steal it

and do a road trip across the country?




313

00:17:27,504 --> 00:17:30,007

Yes, running from the law,

like Thelma and Louise.




314

00:17:30,215 --> 00:17:32,551

Yeah, if Thelma had a bum leg

and boy parts.




315

00:17:32,634 --> 00:17:35,054

[giggles] It sounds so sexy

when you say it like that.




316

00:17:35,137 --> 00:17:37,264

-I mean, I am pretty sexy.

-You totally are.




317

00:17:43,812 --> 00:17:45,981

I love the movies on a weekday.




318

00:17:46,065 --> 00:17:48,817

No lines. No waiting. No people.




319

00:17:48,901 --> 00:17:50,402

Wow, you're in a crazy good mood.




320

00:17:50,486 --> 00:17:54,239

-It's possible I'm just crazy.

-Well, I'm good either way.




321

00:17:55,240 --> 00:17:56,075

Hello!




322

00:18:00,537 --> 00:18:02,372

I haven't been to a movie in so long.




323

00:18:02,456 --> 00:18:04,166

-I'm having all the popcorn.

-[scoffs]




324

00:18:07,002 --> 00:18:09,463

So are you trying to have sex

with her now or something?




325

00:18:09,546 --> 00:18:12,966

What? No.

Why is that any of your business, anyway?




326

00:18:17,596 --> 00:18:18,555

[Jessica] Hey.




327

00:18:19,807 --> 00:18:22,768

-You okay?

-Yeah. I'm just tired.




328

00:18:23,519 --> 00:18:24,770

No, not just tired.




329

00:18:29,900 --> 00:18:31,235

That night that we came here,




330

00:18:31,485 --> 00:18:33,570

-and Hannah confronted me?

-Hmm.




331

00:18:33,862 --> 00:18:36,073

I said that she was obsessed with me,




332

00:18:36,156 --> 00:18:37,699

and we should stop

being friends with her.




333

00:18:38,075 --> 00:18:41,120

-Yeah, but that's not your fault.

-Yeah, but I fucking lied, Jess.




334

00:18:41,411 --> 00:18:44,206

She was just hurt,

and then she called me out on it,




335

00:18:44,289 --> 00:18:47,668

and I got embarrassed, and I said

we should stop hanging out with her.




336

00:18:47,751 --> 00:18:50,462

I'm... such an asshole.




337

00:18:51,547 --> 00:18:53,132

We're both assholes.




338

00:18:53,507 --> 00:18:55,843

I got up there in court

and tried to help the Bakers,




339

00:18:55,926 --> 00:18:57,845

but I just ended up

making everything worse.




340

00:18:58,387 --> 00:19:00,639

I just kept remembering all of this stuff.




341

00:19:01,765 --> 00:19:05,686

I don't know, I just wish I could wipe

the slate clean and start over.




342

00:19:06,228 --> 00:19:07,187

No, you don't.




343

00:19:09,148 --> 00:19:10,315

It fucking sucks.




344

00:19:11,650 --> 00:19:14,153

-I'm sorry, I didn't mean--

-No, I know.




345

00:19:17,156 --> 00:19:17,990

Will you help me up?




346

00:19:20,450 --> 00:19:24,371

And did the school provide

any oversight or follow-up




347

00:19:24,454 --> 00:19:27,040

for this Dollar Valentine's Day program?




348

00:19:27,124 --> 00:19:29,293

No. Nothing like that.




349

00:19:29,376 --> 00:19:31,962

Incredible, so in other words,

Hannah suffered




350

00:19:32,045 --> 00:19:35,382

thanks to a misguided,

if not outright dangerous program,




351

00:19:35,465 --> 00:19:38,719

sponsored by

a grossly negligent administration?




352

00:19:38,802 --> 00:19:42,306

-Objection.

-Withdrawn. No more questions.




353

00:19:46,977 --> 00:19:50,647

Hey, what the hell, Tony?

You didn't ask me about Sheri.




354

00:19:50,814 --> 00:19:53,650

Yeah, 'cause I knew you would say no.

But she came through, didn't she?




355

00:19:55,235 --> 00:19:58,405

We can't just go telling everyone

about this. It's fucking dangerous.




356

00:19:58,488 --> 00:20:00,741

Oh, I'm aware it's dangerous.




357

00:20:01,825 --> 00:20:03,827

That's why I can't be

a part of it anymore, Clay.




358

00:20:03,911 --> 00:20:07,456

That's why you can't be part of it?

Or is it more than that?




359

00:20:07,998 --> 00:20:09,791

Why are you so worried

about your probation?




360

00:20:10,042 --> 00:20:11,210

You said it was no big deal.




361

00:20:11,293 --> 00:20:13,462

Yeah, that was when I thought

this case would settle.




362

00:20:13,962 --> 00:20:16,632

Before I had to testify or help clean a...




363

00:20:17,216 --> 00:20:19,092

help clean a fucking junkie up

so that he could.




364

00:20:21,929 --> 00:20:26,558

Jessica doesn't even want him to.

She just wants the whole thing to go away.




365

00:20:29,394 --> 00:20:31,980

If that's what Jessica wants,

it's out of our hands.




366

00:20:35,442 --> 00:20:36,276

Sheri.




367

00:20:37,277 --> 00:20:41,323

Please, please just--

I'll give you some cash,




368

00:20:41,406 --> 00:20:44,326

just please go get me like half a gram,

that's all I need.




369

00:20:44,743 --> 00:20:48,288

And then I'll go to court

and I can testify,




370

00:20:48,372 --> 00:20:50,999

and you'll never have to see me again.




371

00:20:51,875 --> 00:20:54,503

And why do you think

I'd know where to buy drugs?




372

00:20:55,504 --> 00:20:58,548

Well, apparently you know

how to detox someone from drugs.




373

00:20:59,716 --> 00:21:00,926

I had a roommate.




374

00:21:01,009 --> 00:21:04,471

Two roommates in a row

who went through this.




375

00:21:04,972 --> 00:21:06,390

[sobbing]




376

00:21:06,473 --> 00:21:08,100

I'm so fucking cold.




377

00:21:08,892 --> 00:21:11,228

Then stop throwing this off

and do what I say.




378

00:21:15,232 --> 00:21:17,234

Here, take this.




379

00:21:19,611 --> 00:21:20,529

No.




380

00:21:21,280 --> 00:21:23,573

Look, we don't have time

to play games, Justin.




381

00:21:23,824 --> 00:21:26,618

Do you want to help Jessica or not? Huh?




382

00:21:27,160 --> 00:21:30,414

Okay, if you do, stop being such

a little bitch and get yourself better.




383

00:21:31,248 --> 00:21:32,249

Here.




384

00:21:35,043 --> 00:21:37,045

I've never heard you say "bitch" before.




385

00:21:37,337 --> 00:21:40,340

[scoffs] I've never had to babysit

your crying ass before.




386

00:21:45,679 --> 00:21:46,513

[coughs]




387

00:21:50,809 --> 00:21:51,685

You're welcome.




388

00:21:57,024 --> 00:21:58,400

[burps, sighs]




389

00:21:58,483 --> 00:22:02,821

So Hannah became physically violent

at the diner,




390

00:22:02,904 --> 00:22:04,698

when all you did was try to hold her hand?




391

00:22:05,574 --> 00:22:08,827

I mean, please explain to the court

how this makes logical sense.




392

00:22:09,202 --> 00:22:10,203

Could you, Marcus?




393

00:22:11,955 --> 00:22:13,915

I mean, well,

there was more to it than that.




394

00:22:16,668 --> 00:22:19,755

She was only being nice to me at first

because she wanted a favor.




395

00:22:21,048 --> 00:22:25,469

She had a crush on another guy,

and she asked me to set her up with him.




396

00:22:26,470 --> 00:22:29,848

And you know, I was hurt, and confused,




397

00:22:30,223 --> 00:22:33,810

and I tried to take her hand

to reconnect with her.




398

00:22:36,480 --> 00:22:37,564

That's when she pushed me.




399

00:22:38,273 --> 00:22:41,026

So after agreeing

to go on a date with you,




400

00:22:41,109 --> 00:22:44,529

Hannah used it as an opportunity

to score a date with another guy?




401

00:22:45,280 --> 00:22:46,114

Yes.




402

00:22:46,907 --> 00:22:49,076

Marcus, this is the first

we're hearing of this.




403

00:22:49,493 --> 00:22:52,454

Can you please reveal to the jury

who Hannah was asking about?




404

00:23:00,545 --> 00:23:01,713

He's a friend of mine.




405

00:23:03,882 --> 00:23:04,800

Bryce Walker.




406

00:23:05,425 --> 00:23:06,968

[indistinct murmuring]




407

00:23:09,471 --> 00:23:12,474

[Marcus] I don't blame Hannah

for being interested in someone else.




408

00:23:13,475 --> 00:23:17,938

Like I said, when you're on the outside,

you look for a way in.




409

00:23:23,318 --> 00:23:25,487

And Bryce Walker

is the king of our school.




410

00:23:26,071 --> 00:23:27,322

Any girl would want him.




411

00:23:57,310 --> 00:23:59,646

-[Clay] Shit. Sorry.

-Hey, man, it's cool.




412

00:24:00,480 --> 00:24:02,607

-Sorry.

-Are you okay?




413

00:24:05,527 --> 00:24:07,904

I'm fine. Why?




414

00:24:09,448 --> 00:24:10,407

You don't look so good.




415

00:24:12,200 --> 00:24:13,368

What do you know about it?




416

00:24:15,078 --> 00:24:17,914

[exhales]

Just that you don't look so good.




417

00:24:18,999 --> 00:24:20,208

Look out for yourself.




418

00:24:30,510 --> 00:24:32,554

Hey, Kevin. Got a minute?




419

00:24:33,096 --> 00:24:34,097

Sure.




420

00:24:35,432 --> 00:24:36,725

[pants]




421

00:24:36,808 --> 00:24:39,227

I'm on my way to do

the conflict resolution seminar




422

00:24:39,311 --> 00:24:41,730

-for freshmen--

-So good, all those extras you're doing.




423

00:24:41,813 --> 00:24:44,858

It really gives added value

at a very, very challenging time.




424

00:24:45,567 --> 00:24:47,360

Well, whatever I can do, Gary.




425

00:24:47,569 --> 00:24:48,653

Okay, along those lines,




426

00:24:48,737 --> 00:24:52,199

I understand that you made

a little house call.




427

00:24:53,742 --> 00:24:56,411

It's good sometimes

to take things out of a formal setting.




428

00:24:56,578 --> 00:24:58,997

-Huh.

-Contact with the parents is important.




429

00:24:59,080 --> 00:25:00,165

Yeah, of course. Of course.




430

00:25:00,248 --> 00:25:02,250

Uh, and you know...




431

00:25:02,334 --> 00:25:06,880

[stammers] ...I very much admire

that you take such big swings.




432

00:25:07,672 --> 00:25:09,174

But we're all under a microscope here.




433

00:25:09,424 --> 00:25:11,885

And I think we should discuss

what the best strategy is,




434

00:25:11,968 --> 00:25:14,930

especially in regards

to getting parents involved.




435

00:25:15,013 --> 00:25:16,306

-Hmm.

-You know?




436

00:25:16,389 --> 00:25:17,682

So you mean all parents?




437

00:25:17,766 --> 00:25:19,517

-Or just the Walkers?

-Well, I know.




438

00:25:19,601 --> 00:25:22,437

We'll see if we can make it through

the next few weeks,




439

00:25:22,520 --> 00:25:24,648

then we'll reconvene

after the trial, okay?




440

00:25:25,273 --> 00:25:27,734

-I wanna make sure we keep our kids safe.

-Absolutely.




441

00:25:27,817 --> 00:25:29,444

-You know?

-Yeah, good work.




442

00:25:32,280 --> 00:25:33,114

[sighs]




443

00:25:40,914 --> 00:25:43,750

[Tyler]

This fucking trial is a fucking joke.




444

00:25:45,293 --> 00:25:48,463

Marcus said Hannah was in love with Bryce,

which is a fucking lie.




445

00:25:48,713 --> 00:25:50,173

I tell the truth, I get endless shit.




446

00:25:50,257 --> 00:25:52,801

Marcus does his politician thing

and blows back in




447

00:25:52,926 --> 00:25:54,594

like the fucking returning king.




448

00:25:55,095 --> 00:25:56,429

What a motherfucker.




449

00:26:00,225 --> 00:26:02,978

What the fuck, dude?

Why'd you bring my name up in court?




450

00:26:07,857 --> 00:26:09,567

Let's do this later, all right?




451

00:26:11,861 --> 00:26:12,821

I'll let you guys talk.




452

00:26:12,988 --> 00:26:16,157

Uh-uh. No, whatever you got to say,

just go ahead and say it.




453

00:26:16,741 --> 00:26:18,285

I mean, we're all brothers here.




454

00:26:19,869 --> 00:26:20,704

Right?




455

00:26:21,496 --> 00:26:23,832

[scoffs] Right. Yeah.




456

00:26:25,375 --> 00:26:26,209

Right.




457

00:26:26,668 --> 00:26:30,672

Look, I saw an opportunity

to do you a favor, so I took it.




458

00:26:30,755 --> 00:26:32,882

A favor? You think dragging me

into this is a favor?




459

00:26:32,966 --> 00:26:35,051

No, I planted a seed for you.




460

00:26:35,427 --> 00:26:38,596

See, now if you get called up,

they already think Hannah liked you.




461

00:26:39,306 --> 00:26:42,267

And if she came on to you,

and you let her down gently,




462

00:26:42,684 --> 00:26:44,686

who knows what kind of lies

she might've made up?




463

00:26:45,186 --> 00:26:47,188

Well, fuck me. Yeah.




464

00:26:48,606 --> 00:26:50,900

That's some high-level Jedi shit

right there, buddy.




465

00:26:51,192 --> 00:26:52,027

[chuckles]




466

00:26:53,236 --> 00:26:54,988

-Hey.

-Hey, beautiful.




467

00:26:56,656 --> 00:26:58,241

[Bryce, Chlöe kissing]




468

00:27:11,254 --> 00:27:12,339

[moans]




469

00:27:14,966 --> 00:27:17,177

-[Chlöe giggling]

-Fucking hypocrites.




470

00:27:18,178 --> 00:27:19,429

I say we do this today.




471

00:27:22,015 --> 00:27:23,892

[Bryce and Chlöe laughing]




472

00:27:24,351 --> 00:27:25,352

[Zach clears throat]




473

00:27:25,810 --> 00:27:27,520

[inhales] I'm ready.




474

00:27:28,063 --> 00:27:29,481

-[bell ringing]

-[door opening]




475

00:27:32,484 --> 00:27:34,527

-Hi.

-Hey there.




476

00:27:35,445 --> 00:27:39,866

We just wanted to say hi, I guess,

and just see how you're doing.




477

00:27:40,992 --> 00:27:42,911

[stammers] Uh, I'm doing okay.




478

00:27:43,620 --> 00:27:45,080

Thank you. I...




479

00:27:46,122 --> 00:27:48,166

I mean, some days are better

than others, I guess.




480

00:27:48,917 --> 00:27:51,878

But I'm so happy to see you both.

How are you, Alex?




481

00:27:51,961 --> 00:27:54,714

I've been thinking about you

since I saw you at the deposition.




482

00:27:55,465 --> 00:27:58,593

Yeah, it's just like you said,

some days are better than others.




483

00:27:59,469 --> 00:28:01,971

But I'm meeting with the doctor soon.




484

00:28:02,055 --> 00:28:04,641

And hopefully, they'll clear me

to testify and everything.




485

00:28:04,724 --> 00:28:07,560

So, just trying to remember anything

that might help.




486

00:28:08,478 --> 00:28:09,979

-Thank you.

-Yeah.




487

00:28:10,563 --> 00:28:11,523

That means a great deal.




488

00:28:13,108 --> 00:28:16,903

I'm sorry for running away

the other day, at court.




489

00:28:16,986 --> 00:28:18,988

No, Jessica,

I'm the one who should be sorry.




490

00:28:19,072 --> 00:28:24,994

I just... [chuckles] I seem to be saying

all the wrong things lately.




491

00:28:25,328 --> 00:28:29,332

It's okay.

It was just a misunderstanding, obviously.




492

00:28:34,170 --> 00:28:35,004

Hi, Liv.




493

00:28:36,840 --> 00:28:37,674

Hi, Andy.




494

00:28:38,591 --> 00:28:41,219

So, anyway, sorry,

we just wanted to say hi, Mrs. Baker.




495

00:28:41,302 --> 00:28:43,263

-[Jessica] Was nice seeing you.

-Nice to see you.




496

00:28:43,346 --> 00:28:44,180

[Alex] Bye.




497

00:28:45,265 --> 00:28:46,599

-Hi, Mr. Baker.

-Hi, Alex.




498

00:28:46,683 --> 00:28:48,518

-[Jessica] Hey.

-[Mr. Baker] Jessica.




499

00:28:50,645 --> 00:28:52,272

-[door opening]

-[bell ringing]




500

00:28:54,649 --> 00:28:55,483

He's a good kid.




501

00:28:57,777 --> 00:28:58,778

I think they both are.




502

00:29:01,322 --> 00:29:03,158

I saw you on the news the other night.




503

00:29:04,117 --> 00:29:07,579

I thought what you said

was beautiful and brave.




504

00:29:08,288 --> 00:29:09,456

Thank you.




505

00:29:12,917 --> 00:29:16,087

Although they still managed

to use my own words against us in there.




506

00:29:17,464 --> 00:29:19,424

Uh, yeah, that woman you're working with,




507

00:29:19,507 --> 00:29:21,843

maybe she can afford to spend

her whole life fighting--




508

00:29:21,926 --> 00:29:23,803

She's not the one fighting, Andy. I am.




509

00:29:23,887 --> 00:29:25,180

Can we stop with the contest, please?




510

00:29:25,263 --> 00:29:27,223

I'm tired of the game

of who suffers more--




511

00:29:27,307 --> 00:29:28,933

Are you tired? I'm sorry if you're tired.




512

00:29:29,225 --> 00:29:31,978

Okay, I'm sorry if this isn't moving along

quickly enough for you




513

00:29:32,061 --> 00:29:33,646

so you can get some rest.




514

00:29:33,938 --> 00:29:35,899

You know,

not everyone can move on so easily.




515

00:29:35,982 --> 00:29:37,358

Nothing was easy.




516

00:29:37,609 --> 00:29:40,695

-You're a coward and you're afraid.

-Of course I'm afraid!




517

00:29:40,779 --> 00:29:45,116

I'm afraid of losing the case,

the store, our livelihoods, everything!




518

00:29:45,200 --> 00:29:47,410

We already have lost everything!




519

00:29:48,328 --> 00:29:52,665

There is nothing left worth having,

except justice for our daughter.




520

00:29:52,749 --> 00:29:57,212

And Jackie is the one that's been there

every day, making sure I get it.




521

00:29:58,922 --> 00:30:03,676

I'll buy you out of the store...

when we win the case.




522

00:30:05,220 --> 00:30:07,096

-If we win.

-We will win.




523

00:30:07,388 --> 00:30:09,224

Okay? Even if you're not there to see it.




524

00:30:12,769 --> 00:30:14,062

Are you living with her?




525

00:30:17,357 --> 00:30:18,399

No, Liv. I'm not.




526

00:30:36,376 --> 00:30:37,836

-[bell ringing]

-[door opening]




527

00:30:38,336 --> 00:30:39,963

-[Hannah] Hey!

-Hi, sweetheart.




528

00:30:40,046 --> 00:30:41,714

-You're out early.

-I took the early shift.




529

00:30:41,798 --> 00:30:44,050

-Can I take the Jeep out later?

-On Valentine's Day?




530

00:30:44,968 --> 00:30:50,640

-Is this a, uh, date-type thing?

-Maybe.




531

00:30:51,224 --> 00:30:54,727

-Yeah?

-It's a hangout, really.




532

00:30:57,105 --> 00:30:59,524

-So, can I take the Jeep?

-Sure.




533

00:30:59,607 --> 00:31:02,735

We're just about to close up.

Maybe we can all ride home together.




534

00:31:03,278 --> 00:31:05,196

-Great. I'll warm it up outside.

-Mm-hmm.




535

00:31:05,905 --> 00:31:09,242

Hey, would you like to take

some Valentine's chocolate




536

00:31:09,325 --> 00:31:13,413

on your non-date hangout type thing?




537

00:31:13,496 --> 00:31:16,916

Mom, nobody takes chocolate on dates.

It's not 1950.




538

00:31:17,000 --> 00:31:17,959

Uh...




539

00:31:18,376 --> 00:31:19,711

I thought you said it wasn't a date.




540

00:31:21,212 --> 00:31:23,089

[Mrs. Baker giggling]




541

00:31:24,340 --> 00:31:26,843

[Marcus] Hannah was a troubled girl,

kind of a loner.




542

00:31:27,677 --> 00:31:30,179

I reached out to her, she didn't respond.




543

00:31:30,930 --> 00:31:33,558

And I guess it hurt a little,

to be honest.




544

00:31:33,641 --> 00:31:35,310

Hey, Marcus. Wait up.




545

00:31:35,393 --> 00:31:38,313

You know, I don't have a lot of time

to talk right now, Hannah, so just...




546

00:31:38,396 --> 00:31:40,273

Oh, it's okay. Uh, this won't take long.




547

00:31:40,648 --> 00:31:43,276

[Marcus]

She used me to get to someone else.




548

00:31:44,068 --> 00:31:46,279

Heard you're disappointed

with our date the other night.




549

00:31:46,362 --> 00:31:48,323

Look, I don't know

what you thought you heard.




550

00:31:48,406 --> 00:31:50,033

-But--

-No, I know what I heard.




551

00:31:52,076 --> 00:31:57,206

But, um, then I thought,

maybe I should give you another chance,




552

00:31:58,291 --> 00:32:00,585

see if we can try things your way

after all.




553

00:32:02,337 --> 00:32:05,590

-Hey, what the hell are you doing?

-Isn't this what you wanted, Marcus?




554

00:32:05,673 --> 00:32:06,591

[Marcus panting]




555

00:32:06,674 --> 00:32:08,927

Isn't this turning you on,

to be grabbed like this?




556

00:32:09,260 --> 00:32:10,929

Doesn't it make you want

to tear off your clothes




557

00:32:11,012 --> 00:32:13,806

and do whatever you told your friends

you were gonna do to me?




558

00:32:15,016 --> 00:32:18,603

Or was it just one big put-on, to pretend

you're something you're really not?




559

00:32:20,104 --> 00:32:22,148

But you won't tell your friends

about this, will you?




560

00:32:23,858 --> 00:32:24,859

[Marcus groans]




561

00:32:28,988 --> 00:32:30,949

[Marcus] I'm the student body president.




562

00:32:31,574 --> 00:32:36,329

Part of my job is to reach out,

set an example, lift people up.




563

00:32:37,288 --> 00:32:40,500

To look for those kids

who feel like "the other."




564

00:32:41,417 --> 00:32:42,919

Like they're on the outside.




565

00:33:03,106 --> 00:33:03,940

[students laughing]




566

00:33:04,649 --> 00:33:08,611

[laughing] Oh, my God! Oh, my God!




567

00:33:08,695 --> 00:33:11,155

-[indistinct chattering, laughing]

-[phone cameras clicking]




568

00:33:11,531 --> 00:33:12,365

-Yeah!

-Yeah!




569

00:33:16,411 --> 00:33:18,496

-[man] Damn!

-All right.




570

00:33:20,081 --> 00:33:23,042

All right! That's... Okay, you got me.




571

00:33:23,876 --> 00:33:25,044

Very funny.




572

00:33:25,211 --> 00:33:27,088

[indistinct chattering]




573

00:33:47,150 --> 00:33:50,778

[Marcus] And I'll keep reaching out.

There are more kids like Hannah.




574

00:33:51,654 --> 00:33:53,614

And I want them to know people care.




575

00:33:57,577 --> 00:33:59,537

-Oh, shit. Oh, my--

-Holy shit.




576

00:33:59,620 --> 00:34:01,080

-That was awesome!

-Yeah!




577

00:34:01,164 --> 00:34:02,999

[panting]




578

00:34:06,878 --> 00:34:09,547

What do we, uh... what do we do now?




579

00:34:13,009 --> 00:34:14,260

Have you shot a gun before?




580

00:34:34,405 --> 00:34:37,658

Hey, man, almost forgot.

You know that midterm you got tomorrow?




581

00:34:38,451 --> 00:34:40,286

I talked to a buddy

who took the class last year.




582

00:34:40,369 --> 00:34:42,413

He said Metcalf always uses the same test.




583

00:34:48,836 --> 00:34:49,962

Shit, man.




584

00:34:51,339 --> 00:34:54,717

-Thank you.

-I got you. Always.




585

00:35:08,356 --> 00:35:09,816

[Marcus] And I know Bryce feels the same.




586

00:35:11,275 --> 00:35:12,693

It's up to us to be the good guys.




587

00:35:17,323 --> 00:35:18,282

[gasps]




588

00:35:28,459 --> 00:35:29,418

[Chlöe whispers] Wait.




589

00:35:30,336 --> 00:35:32,421

-Isn't your mom home?

-She might be.




590

00:35:33,631 --> 00:35:34,632

Doesn't matter.




591

00:35:36,884 --> 00:35:38,427

I thought I'd go introduce myself.




592

00:35:40,054 --> 00:35:43,891

-Since you haven't.

-Hey, get back here.




593

00:35:44,809 --> 00:35:48,104

What, am I not the kind of girl

you can take home to Mom?




594

00:35:48,771 --> 00:35:49,647

I hope not.




595

00:35:50,690 --> 00:35:54,068

You know what? I'm offended.

This isn't happening right now.




596

00:35:54,652 --> 00:35:55,486

[chuckles]




597

00:35:56,654 --> 00:35:59,824

-Oh, it's happening.

-Get away from me.




598

00:36:00,449 --> 00:36:02,410

[mimics Chlöe] "Get away from me."




599

00:36:05,454 --> 00:36:07,123

You just take whatever you want?




600

00:36:08,249 --> 00:36:09,375

You're damn right.
601

00:36:11,961 --> 00:36:13,379

[Bryce moans]




602

00:36:18,676 --> 00:36:19,635

[groans]




603

00:36:29,520 --> 00:36:31,606

["Pillar of Truth" plays]




604

00:36:37,028 --> 00:36:39,864

[Jessica] I remember when they said

you would never walk again.




605

00:36:40,489 --> 00:36:41,449

Or talk.




606

00:36:42,116 --> 00:36:44,202

Or even be you anymore.




607

00:36:44,285 --> 00:36:46,537

[Alex]

Well, the jury's still out on that one.




608

00:36:50,124 --> 00:36:54,128

I just feel like...

I have this body, you know?




609

00:36:55,838 --> 00:36:59,008

And every day it gets up

and puts on clothes




610

00:36:59,091 --> 00:37:02,595

and gets me from point A to point B.




611

00:37:05,348 --> 00:37:08,184

But it's like it's not mine anymore

or something.




612

00:37:09,310 --> 00:37:10,436

Yeah.




613

00:37:11,562 --> 00:37:13,856

It's like you're living

in a stranger's body.




614

00:37:14,190 --> 00:37:16,192

And mind, sometimes.




615

00:37:17,693 --> 00:37:18,527

Yeah.




616

00:37:18,611 --> 00:37:21,989

♪ The pillar of truth ♪




617

00:37:22,114 --> 00:37:22,949

Come on.




618

00:37:23,783 --> 00:37:26,118

♪ Turning to dust ♪




619

00:37:27,370 --> 00:37:28,287

[Alex] Yep.




620

00:37:30,748 --> 00:37:31,749

[Jessica] Sorry.




621

00:37:31,832 --> 00:37:33,834

[both speak indistinctly]




622

00:37:40,841 --> 00:37:44,303

♪ Lord, prepare me ♪




623

00:37:45,179 --> 00:37:48,057

♪ For the shadows ♪




624

00:37:49,392 --> 00:37:56,148

♪ For the sparrows at my window ♪




625

00:37:57,900 --> 00:38:01,028

♪ Lord have mercy ♪




626

00:38:01,821 --> 00:38:05,533

♪ On my descendants ♪




627

00:38:06,867 --> 00:38:13,082

♪ For they know not what they do ♪




628

00:38:15,459 --> 00:38:17,128

♪ For they know not... ♪




629

00:38:17,378 --> 00:38:19,797

-I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

-No, no. Keep going, keep going.




630

00:38:19,880 --> 00:38:21,882

♪ Who you are ♪




631

00:38:23,926 --> 00:38:27,054

♪ And they know not ♪




632

00:38:28,139 --> 00:38:29,265

♪ What to do ♪




633

00:38:31,100 --> 00:38:32,393

-No, please!

-Sorry, I'm--




634

00:38:32,643 --> 00:38:34,812

-Jess, I'm so sorry.

-No, no. It's not you, okay?




635

00:38:34,895 --> 00:38:37,148

It's just... It's not you.




636

00:38:37,565 --> 00:38:38,399

Okay.




637

00:38:40,484 --> 00:38:42,820

Justin's back. Did you know that?




638

00:38:42,903 --> 00:38:45,740

Clay and Tony went out to find him

and he's at Clay's house right now.




639

00:38:45,823 --> 00:38:46,699

What the fuck?




640

00:38:46,907 --> 00:38:50,161

Clay says he wants to help me.

Can you believe that?




641

00:38:53,622 --> 00:38:55,499

-What are you gonna do?

-No. Nothing!




642

00:38:56,625 --> 00:38:59,337

Fuck Justin, okay?

I never wanna see him again in my life.




643

00:39:01,797 --> 00:39:03,257

Come on. It's late.




644

00:39:14,352 --> 00:39:16,103

-Sheri, what the hell?

-Oh, what's up, Clay?




645

00:39:16,562 --> 00:39:19,273

-You were supposed to text me every hour.

-Oh, shit. I'm so sorry.




646

00:39:19,357 --> 00:39:22,151

Look, I got so

into these Alien Killer Robots.




647

00:39:22,610 --> 00:39:25,821

The way they draw these robots

is kinda sexy.




648

00:39:26,906 --> 00:39:29,408

-Wait, did you--?

-Don't worry, I only took out the comics.




649

00:39:30,951 --> 00:39:32,578

-Jesus.

-[Sheri] "Studded and ribbed."




650

00:39:33,120 --> 00:39:35,539

-Skye's a lucky girl.

-Yeah, she's not, actually.




651

00:39:35,915 --> 00:39:38,042

She's gone. Fucking ran.




652

00:39:39,126 --> 00:39:41,212

Fuck you, Justin.

You don't know anything about it.




653

00:39:41,754 --> 00:39:43,714

I don't know anything

about fucking running?




654

00:39:43,798 --> 00:39:46,550

I'm like a fucking ex-- Oh, shit!




655

00:39:46,801 --> 00:39:48,219

-Fuck!

-It's the stomach cramps.




656

00:39:48,302 --> 00:39:49,804

Are you good to take over from here?




657

00:39:49,887 --> 00:39:52,014

I'm supposed to be home

right after school.




658

00:39:52,681 --> 00:39:54,725

I got it. You can take the stairs.

No one's home.




659

00:39:54,809 --> 00:39:57,895

And make sure you keep him hydrated.

He's gonna have a lot of fevers.




660

00:39:57,978 --> 00:40:00,106

He may talk a lot of shit

but don't let it get to you.




661

00:40:00,189 --> 00:40:01,315

He's just in a lot of pain.




662

00:40:02,817 --> 00:40:03,651

Good.




663

00:40:07,780 --> 00:40:09,198

-[door opening]

-Thank you.




664

00:40:11,867 --> 00:40:12,868

Yeah.




665

00:40:14,412 --> 00:40:16,372

-[door closing]

-[groans] Did you talk to Jessica?




666

00:40:18,040 --> 00:40:18,874

Yeah.




667

00:40:19,917 --> 00:40:23,462

Yeah, she, uh, wanted me to thank you.

She's happy you're here.




668

00:40:24,839 --> 00:40:29,051

-You-- You didn't tell her all about--?

-No. I told her you had the flu.




669

00:40:30,344 --> 00:40:32,138

[laughs] That's good.




670

00:40:36,267 --> 00:40:37,351

So we're gonna do this?




671

00:40:41,147 --> 00:40:43,816

-We're gonna take down Bryce?

-Yeah.




672

00:40:44,984 --> 00:40:45,818

We are.




673

00:40:45,901 --> 00:40:47,445

[retches]




674

00:40:48,446 --> 00:40:49,280

[Justin] Ugh!




675

00:40:50,030 --> 00:40:53,075

In 72 to 96 hours.




676

00:40:54,702 --> 00:40:58,330

I thought maybe the sign in my yard

was just about my dad's campaign.




677

00:40:58,414 --> 00:41:01,917

-But somebody is targeting me.

-[Mr. Porter] That's terrible.




678

00:41:03,836 --> 00:41:06,172

And you have no idea

who might have done it?




679

00:41:07,882 --> 00:41:08,716

No.




680

00:41:08,799 --> 00:41:10,759

You can't think of anyone

you may have hurt?




681

00:41:11,760 --> 00:41:17,433

Or anyone that may have...

a reason not to like you?




682

00:41:18,601 --> 00:41:21,187

Hey, I'm... I'm the victim here.




683

00:41:21,270 --> 00:41:24,106

Marcus, let me, uh, ask you something.




684

00:41:24,190 --> 00:41:26,650

Your father,

he's a churchgoing man, right?




685

00:41:27,359 --> 00:41:28,235

Yeah.




686

00:41:28,819 --> 00:41:31,530

What do you think he would say

if he listened to your tape?




687

00:41:33,032 --> 00:41:35,659

[scoffs] What would your wife say

if she listened to yours?




688

00:41:36,118 --> 00:41:39,872

Oh, I already told my wife everything.




689

00:41:42,249 --> 00:41:44,919

And I've taken a long,

hard look in the mirror.




690

00:41:46,212 --> 00:41:47,171

Have you?




691

00:41:50,841 --> 00:41:52,593

Just find out who did this.




692

00:41:52,676 --> 00:41:56,889

Marcus, I am on borrowed time here

at Liberty and I know it.




693

00:41:57,181 --> 00:41:58,849

But as long as I am here,




694

00:41:59,350 --> 00:42:02,228

I'm gonna make sure that the kids

who actually need my help get it.




695

00:42:02,686 --> 00:42:06,065

And those that need something else?

That they get that, too.




696

00:42:22,039 --> 00:42:23,290

Holy shit.




697

00:42:24,583 --> 00:42:28,003

I thought you were talking about BB guns.

What do you use these for?




698

00:42:29,171 --> 00:42:31,632

[Tyler]

Just, you know, shooting cans and stuff.




699

00:42:32,883 --> 00:42:34,969

But if you don't want to try it,

we don't have to.




700

00:42:35,052 --> 00:42:36,845

Oh, hell yeah, I want to try it!




701

00:42:38,347 --> 00:42:40,224

You have to teach me how to do it.




702

00:42:41,475 --> 00:42:44,228

Yeah, of course. Here, just let me.




703

00:42:53,404 --> 00:42:57,241

This one's got a bit of a kick to it.

Okay? So just be ready for it.




704

00:43:00,536 --> 00:43:02,496

Yeah, hold the gun

with your dominant hand.




705

00:43:02,955 --> 00:43:07,251

Keep your finger outside, okay?

Until you're ready to shoot.




706

00:43:07,334 --> 00:43:10,754

Use your other hand to cradle

the gun underneath, it keeps it steady.




707

00:43:11,213 --> 00:43:12,881

This shit's heavy. [laughs]




708

00:43:16,260 --> 00:43:17,928

-[Cyrus] Like that?

-[Tyler] Yeah.




709

00:43:18,012 --> 00:43:19,888

-Safety?

-Yeah.




710

00:43:22,224 --> 00:43:23,267

Pick a target.




711

00:43:24,685 --> 00:43:27,813

And when you're ready,

okay, turn the safety off...




712

00:43:31,191 --> 00:43:32,651

put your finger on the trigger...




713

00:43:34,820 --> 00:43:36,614

and squeeze your hands together like this.




714

00:43:44,330 --> 00:43:46,248

Ha! Woo!




715

00:43:47,583 --> 00:43:48,417

Woo!




716

00:44:00,763 --> 00:44:04,391

He thinks he can just walk in here,

giving me advice about Jackie,




717

00:44:05,309 --> 00:44:07,770

the trial, after everything

he's put me through?




718

00:44:09,229 --> 00:44:11,857

-I'm sorry.

-But again, maybe he has a point.




719

00:44:13,776 --> 00:44:19,865

Think I had this fantasy that I was going

to tell Hannah's story to the world.




720

00:44:20,991 --> 00:44:24,870

Make them understand.

Certainly aren't getting it in court.




721

00:44:26,121 --> 00:44:26,997

No.




722

00:44:30,417 --> 00:44:31,585

Although, Jessica...




723

00:44:34,588 --> 00:44:36,757

I think she did her best. Don't you?




724

00:44:38,217 --> 00:44:40,135

Yeah. Yeah.




725

00:44:41,595 --> 00:44:42,429

I think she did.




726

00:44:44,598 --> 00:44:46,517

She's the girl on the tape,

isn't she, Tony?




727

00:44:46,600 --> 00:44:49,687

She's the one on tape nine?

Is she afraid of Bryce Walker?




728

00:44:49,770 --> 00:44:52,064

Is she afraid no one will believe her?

Why won't she come forward?




729

00:44:52,147 --> 00:44:54,692

Yeah, I have to ask you.

Why do you need her to?




730

00:44:55,734 --> 00:44:58,737

She only knows what happened to her,

she doesn't know what happened to Hannah.




731

00:44:58,821 --> 00:45:01,865

'Cause Hannah isn't here to speak

to what happened to her.




732

00:45:01,949 --> 00:45:04,952

I mean, you're right, it may or may not

help our case against the school.




733

00:45:05,035 --> 00:45:09,081

But Tony, it could help build

a criminal case against Bryce.




734

00:45:12,251 --> 00:45:15,254

The cops, they already have the tapes.




735

00:45:15,337 --> 00:45:16,588

They won't act on anything




736

00:45:16,672 --> 00:45:20,134

unless they have a living victim

to tell her story.




737

00:45:20,342 --> 00:45:22,177

And it's gotta come out in court?




738

00:45:22,678 --> 00:45:28,809

Dennis says we need a witness

who can speak to a pattern of behavior.




739

00:45:29,768 --> 00:45:32,563

It could lead to an arrest, Tony.




740

00:45:33,730 --> 00:45:36,191

Bryce needs to pay

for what he did to Hannah,




741

00:45:37,025 --> 00:45:40,404

to Jessica,

to who knows how many other girls.




742

00:45:41,280 --> 00:45:42,781

I want it to come out.




743

00:45:42,865 --> 00:45:46,493

In court, in a sheriff's office,

I don't care where.




744

00:45:48,120 --> 00:45:51,248

And Jessica is the only one who can speak

to what happened that night.




745

00:45:55,252 --> 00:45:56,128

And Justin.




746

00:45:58,172 --> 00:45:59,256

Do you know where he is?




747

00:46:00,674 --> 00:46:02,968

I can ask around for him again.




748

00:46:03,051 --> 00:46:06,346

I mean, I have a friend

who might be able to track him down.




749

00:46:08,891 --> 00:46:11,393

-I'm sorry, okay?

-[Mr. Standall] Sorry isn't gonna cut it.




750

00:46:11,477 --> 00:46:15,105

You haven't even been back less than

a week and you're already skipping school.




751

00:46:15,189 --> 00:46:17,566

[Mrs. Standall]

Okay, Bill, every 17-year-old kid




752

00:46:17,649 --> 00:46:20,277

skips a couple of classes now and then.




753

00:46:20,360 --> 00:46:23,030

[Bill] Well, if he's ever gonna be

a normal 17-year-old kid again,




754

00:46:23,113 --> 00:46:24,615

he's gotta put in the work, that's all.




755

00:46:24,698 --> 00:46:25,949

I'm sorry I'm not fucking normal!




756

00:46:26,033 --> 00:46:27,993

-[Mrs. Standall] Language!

-I know that's hard for you.




757

00:46:28,076 --> 00:46:30,120

[Bill]

That's not what I'm talking about, kid!




758

00:46:31,413 --> 00:46:32,664

Alex!




759

00:46:32,748 --> 00:46:34,208

[footsteps leaving]




760

00:46:37,002 --> 00:46:39,129

-Honey.

-[sighs]




761

00:46:39,213 --> 00:46:42,049

You need to ease up on him.

He's trying, okay?




762

00:46:42,132 --> 00:46:45,427

Well, he needs to try harder.

'Cause he's got to get better.




763

00:46:46,970 --> 00:46:48,263

He has to get better.




764

00:46:49,598 --> 00:46:51,058

If he doesn't...




765

00:46:52,809 --> 00:46:57,314

If this is as far as he gets,

you've got to stop blaming yourself.




766

00:46:57,648 --> 00:46:58,607

Why?




767

00:46:59,441 --> 00:47:00,442

It was my gun.




768

00:47:07,407 --> 00:47:08,283

[exhales]




769

00:47:10,619 --> 00:47:12,663

Fuck! Fuck!




770

00:47:12,996 --> 00:47:14,122

[grunts]




771

00:47:15,916 --> 00:47:17,543

[panting]




772

00:47:28,845 --> 00:47:30,973

[sobs]




773

00:47:49,491 --> 00:47:50,534

Come on, Clay.




774

00:47:59,918 --> 00:48:01,712

[sobs]




775

00:48:01,795 --> 00:48:04,047

[Marcus]

Too many kids still feel powerless.




776

00:48:36,663 --> 00:48:37,539

Jesus.




777

00:48:42,252 --> 00:48:44,630

Marcus Cole turned

into a nice surprise today, didn't he?




778

00:48:45,255 --> 00:48:47,758

Yeah, I am not sure why Dennis thought

he would be good for them,




779

00:48:47,841 --> 00:48:49,051

with that kind of story to tell.




780

00:48:49,635 --> 00:48:52,387

Do you think he had that story to tell

before today?




781

00:48:53,722 --> 00:48:57,142

I think he was quite credible.




782

00:48:57,684 --> 00:49:00,812

Well, hearing Bryce's name sure took

the attention away from the school.




783

00:49:01,229 --> 00:49:02,981

Yeah, it's great for us.




784

00:49:03,982 --> 00:49:08,278

These kids, Sonya, teenagers,

they, uh, they have secrets.




785

00:49:09,196 --> 00:49:10,864

They know more than they say,




786

00:49:10,947 --> 00:49:13,325

and they're very good at telling you

the story you want them to.




787

00:49:13,533 --> 00:49:15,577

I've examined teenagers before.




788

00:49:17,371 --> 00:49:18,789

But you haven't lived with them.




789

00:49:20,332 --> 00:49:23,335

-In case you need any advice--

-A witness is a witness.




790

00:49:24,419 --> 00:49:26,713

But thanks, Lainie. I appreciate it.




791

00:49:31,301 --> 00:49:32,219

Good night.




792

00:49:36,181 --> 00:49:38,350

[door opening, closing]




793

00:50:14,511 --> 00:50:16,388

[Marcus] Hannah made a bad decision.




794

00:50:16,847 --> 00:50:19,349

She acted out of sadness. Anger.




795

00:50:19,808 --> 00:50:21,977

And I just don't want anyone else

to get hurt.




796

00:50:48,462 --> 00:50:50,672

[Hannah]

Are you sure Alex should hear the tapes?




797

00:50:53,425 --> 00:50:55,677

Odd question coming from the person

who made them.




798

00:50:56,428 --> 00:50:58,680

You were trying to protect him.




799

00:50:59,848 --> 00:51:02,726

If he can remember enough,

they might let him testify.




800

00:51:02,976 --> 00:51:04,936

-Testify about what?

-About Bryce.




801

00:51:05,854 --> 00:51:07,856

The trial's not about Bryce.




802

00:51:08,815 --> 00:51:10,984

Well, it should be.




803

00:51:12,986 --> 00:51:14,446

That girl's unconscious.




804

00:51:15,906 --> 00:51:17,699

You should show these to someone.

Turn him in.




805

00:51:17,866 --> 00:51:21,286

And say what? "I found this Polaroid

in my locker, arrest him?"




806

00:51:22,162 --> 00:51:24,331

I got his confession and they did nothing.




807

00:51:25,123 --> 00:51:27,667

-Find the girl.

-We can't see her face.




808

00:51:27,959 --> 00:51:30,796

Find the room.

The couch is the same in both pictures.




809

00:51:30,879 --> 00:51:32,839

Nothing I do is going to make

any difference.




810

00:51:33,173 --> 00:51:35,926

Someone has to say something about Bryce

that makes them pay attention.




811

00:51:36,301 --> 00:51:39,638

Jessica couldn't do it,

they won't let me, maybe Alex can.




812

00:51:39,846 --> 00:51:42,724

Or maybe it will destroy him

all over again.




813

00:51:43,642 --> 00:51:44,601

Was Marcus lying?




814

00:51:45,936 --> 00:51:49,481

Tell me. If he was lying,

we need someone to tell the truth.




815

00:51:53,693 --> 00:51:55,904

Things like this

are gonna keep happening, Clay.




816

00:51:58,615 --> 00:52:01,159

You heard my story

the way I wanted it to be told,




817

00:52:01,243 --> 00:52:04,079

but there's always another side

to every story.




818

00:52:05,872 --> 00:52:07,123

How do I know what's true?




819

00:52:09,251 --> 00:52:11,294

You know me, right?




820

00:52:14,172 --> 00:52:15,173

I thought I did.




821

00:52:17,634 --> 00:52:18,969

Then do the right thing.




822

00:52:25,267 --> 00:52:26,268

I am.




823

00:52:46,121 --> 00:52:50,000

[Marcus] But I believe we're turning

a corner. It's getting better.




824

00:52:57,716 --> 00:52:58,925

[cell phone beeps]




825

00:53:18,320 --> 00:53:21,573

[Hannah] Hey. It's Hannah. Hannah Baker.




826

00:53:23,366 --> 00:53:27,162

Don't adjust your...

whatever device you're hearing this on.




827

00:53:28,622 --> 00:53:32,208

It's me, live and in stereo.




828

00:53:41,760 --> 00:53:43,845

[Derek Luke]

For help finding crisis resources,




829

00:53:43,929 --> 00:53:46,514

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