Do you guys think that Sheri and Zack deserved to be one of hannah's reasons to suicide? I mean they made mistakes but they weren't so big!
Throughout the season and book, Hannah mentions her "first house" when she moved to town. She also stands in front of her "first house" where the elderly couple (the old man involved in the accident that killed Jeff) lives currently. We see Hannah's house where her parents live currently. So did Hannah have 2 houses in the same town even though she just moved to town the summer before Sophomore year and she met Kat who was her neighbor. I'm so confused and this has been bugging the crap out of me! Can someone clear this up?
I haven't read the book, so I don't know how it's addressed there but, in the series, what was the concept (if it had any) of showing the last person she meets before dying (the guy from the poetry club) actually caring about her absence? Was it a nod to agree with Mr Porter when he says no one could've stopped her? Maybe a heads-up to whomever is feeling suicidal and watches the episode that sometimes there are people who indeed care about us and we don't realize? What do you guys think?
I litteraly cringed at the Suicide part near the 35 minute mark and it felt like a ducking creepypasta
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how can she watch her drunk friend be raped and not do anything? that is despicable!
*SPOILERS* In my opinion, yes. Rape is not something that the law should slide. By definition, Rape is a crime typically committed by a man, or forcing another person to have a sexual intercourse with them without their consent.Bryce did that to Hannah and Jessica. But my point is, Bryce deserves whatever he gets because he confessed, even though he didn't know Clay was recording. What do you think?