13 Reasons Why (2017–2020)
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One month later, Hannah's loved ones celebrate her life and find comfort in each other. Meanwhile, a brutal assault pushes one student over the edge.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dylan Minnette ... Clay Jensen
Katherine Langford ... Hannah Baker
Christian Navarro ... Tony Padilla
Alisha Boe ... Jessica Davis
Brandon Flynn ... Justin Foley
Justin Prentice ... Bryce Walker
Miles Heizer ... Alex Standall
Ross Butler ... Zach Dempsey
Devin Druid ... Tyler Down
Amy Hargreaves ... Lainie Jensen
Brian d'Arcy James ... Andy Baker (as Brian D'Arcy James)
Derek Luke ... Kevin Porter (credit only)
Kate Walsh ... Olivia Baker
Josh Hamilton ... Matt Jensen
Matthew Alan ... Seth Massey
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One month later, Hannah's loved ones celebrate her life and find comfort in each other. Meanwhile, a brutal assault pushes one student over the edge.

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Amy Hargreaves (Lainie Jensen) and Jake Weber (Barry Walker) both worked on four episodes of Homeland (2011). See more »

Goofs

When Tyler and Clay are shooting, the police show up just as Clay reaches the end of his magazine as evidenced by the slide going fully back. Though he and Tyler flee the scene, in the next segment with Clay has the gun and the slide is back in it's normal position. He's never been shown how to load the gun and it's not suggested that he stopped to buy more ammo. See more »

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Clay Jensen: [when Tyler plans to shoot up the school dance] Tyler, listen. You don't get out of this alive. And I don't want you to die. I... I don't want you to die. If you think this is the way, if you really think this'll change a goddamn thing and not just be another fucking tragedy that adults cry about for a week and then forget, if you really think this is gonna be different, then do what you gotta do. Come on, Tyler. Please?
Tyler Down: There's nothing else I can do.
Clay Jensen: There is. We'll figure it out. Okay? I swear.
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Back To You
Performed by Selena Gomez
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25 May 2018 | by MotherOfCats91See all my reviews

I found season two as a whole quite good; I enjoyed it as much as season one and hope there's a season three. That being said I know why this episode is being so poorly rated, THAT scene; but the thing is if you do the research as I did after viewing this episode, what happened to Tyler is happening at an alarming rate in schools all across the U.S. and most likely the world. It's become quite an epidemic in mainly high school male sports teams that younger players are being sexually violated by older team members with fingers and other foreign objects and teachers and coaches and schools are ignoring it or trying to pass off these sexual assaults (RAPES) as "hazing" and "boys will be boys". Do you not all see that's exactly the point this series is trying to help shed light on?!?! The scene/this series is fake, that scene was fake with actors faking what was happening, and clearly it's messed with viewers and that's GOOD; because what happened in that staged scene is happening to young men every day and just because we're not used to seeing it portrayed as we are with male on female rape (which the fact viewers are clearly desensitized to that form of rape being shown is another problem) doesn't make it not real which is why this series included it because it's a horrible subject that NEEDS to be addressed so real life victims can start to feel seen, so they can begin to feel like they can come forward and get the justic they too deserve. If it upsets you to see it fictionally then figure out what you can do to help end it happening in reality instead of acting like it was just a scene for shock, it was a scene to make real life victims be seen. Grow up and do something to help these victims.


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18 May 2018 (USA) See more »

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