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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of the confrontation and isnít really taking Bryceís warnings seriously, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.

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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of the confrontation and isnít really taking Bryceís warnings Bryce seriously, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.


*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him and isnít really taking Bryce seriously, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.

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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís the confrontation with him and isnít really taking Bryce Bryceís warnings seriously, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.


*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.

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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him, him and isnít really taking Bryce seriously, but the moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.


*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him, but the second Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.

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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him, but the second moment Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.

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*** This scene is especially great to watch since Monty has a shit-eating smirk on his face for a good portion of Bryceís confrontation with him, but the second Bryce threatens to tell the cops about everything heís done, that smirk quickly vanishes.
--->'''Monty:''' What, youíre gonna teach me about what rape is? Like what you did to a dozen girls at this school?\\
'''Bryce:''' No, Iím not gonna teach you anything. Iím just gonna tell you this; youíre gonna stay the fuck away from Tyler. Youíre not gonna touch him, youíre not gonna look at him, anything. You have a class with him? Transfer. Pass him in the halls? Take a different hall. Iím gonna check in with him every week to see how heís doing. If I hear one fucking thing about you, if I hear that you even ''looked'' in his direction, then the cops find out about Tonyís car... about the gun you gave Alex... about the time you tried to kill Clay... ''they get everything''.


* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]]. Doubles as both Heartwarming and TearJerker.

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* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]]. Doubles as both Heartwarming and TearJerker.



* Zack punches Monty after his {{Jerkass}} tendancies in liberty tiger's locker room.
* The demonstration at homecoming and the ensuing epic brawl. Doubles as both Heartwarming and TearJerker, but YMMV.

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* Zack Zach punches Monty after his {{Jerkass}} tendancies in liberty tiger's locker room.
* The demonstration at homecoming and the ensuing epic brawl. Doubles
* Justinís ďFuck off, AniĒ line is this
as both Heartwarming and TearJerker, but YMMV.sheís so loathed by the fandom.


* Jessica's whole fight against misogyny and culture of rape during.

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* Jessica's whole fight against misogyny and culture of rape during.culture.

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* Jessica's whole fight against misogyny and culture of rape during.
* Zack punches Monty after his {{Jerkass}} tendancies in liberty tiger's locker room.


* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]].

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* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]]. Doubles as both Heartwarming and TearJerker.
** When Bolan claps for them first, showing he really meant it when he said he supported the group but not their actions.



* Even though it eventually lead to Bryce's death, there's Zach beating him to a bloody pulp before breaking both of his legs despite having a broken leg himself (which was broken by Bryce himself).

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* Even though it eventually lead to Bryce's death, there's Zach beating him to a bloody pulp before breaking both of his legs despite having a broken leg himself (which was broken by Bryce himself).himself).
* The demonstration at homecoming and the ensuing epic brawl. Doubles as both Heartwarming and TearJerker, but YMMV.


* Even though it eventually lead to Bryce's death, there's Zach beating him to a bloody pulp before breaking both of his legs despite having a broken leg himself.

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* Even though it eventually lead to Bryce's death, there's Zach beating him to a bloody pulp before breaking both of his legs despite having a broken leg himself.himself (which was broken by Bryce himself).


** Him trying to apologize to everyone including Jessica and Mrs. Baker. Even though neither of them work out that takes a lot of guts.

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** Him trying to apologize to everyone including Jessica and Mrs. Baker. Even though neither of them work out that takes a lot of guts.guts.
* Even though it eventually lead to Bryce's death, there's Zach beating him to a bloody pulp before breaking both of his legs despite having a broken leg himself.


* Bryce surprising has these moments despite being a horrible person.

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* Bryce surprising surprisingly has these moments despite being a horrible person.



** He stands against his grandfather after he kept insulting his mother.

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** He stands against his grandfather after he kept insulting his mother.mother.
** Him trying to apologize to everyone including Jessica and Mrs. Baker. Even though neither of them work out that takes a lot of guts.


* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]].

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* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]].[[spoiler:Justin]].
* Bryce surprising has these moments despite being a horrible person.
** He warns Monty to stay away from Tyler after he told him about his rape.
** He threatens Seth into leaving Justin alone.
** He stands against his grandfather after he kept insulting his mother.


* The sheer amount of character development for Courtney, Mr. Porter and, to a lesser extent, Ryan, in Season 2. Of the three, Ryan was the only one vaguely coming around in the first season, but in Season 2 he made further efforts to atone for what he'd done and defend Hannah, while also being kinder to other people. Mr. Porter fought so hard for justice he was fired by the school board, although he accepted his fate with dignity and no regret. Courtney told the whole truth on the stand, defended Hannah as a good friend and proceeded to reach out to people she's publicly called liars before, even supporting Jess in her decision to testify against Bryce.

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* The sheer amount of character development for Courtney, Mr. Porter and, to a lesser extent, Ryan, in Season 2. Of the three, Ryan was the only one vaguely coming around in the first season, but in Season 2 he made further efforts to atone for what he'd done and defend Hannah, while also being kinder to other people. Mr. Porter fought so hard for justice he was fired by the school board, although he accepted his fate with dignity and no regret. Courtney told the whole truth on the stand, defended Hannah as a good friend and proceeded to reach out to people she's publicly called liars before, even supporting Jess in her decision to testify against Bryce.Bryce.
* When Jessica is forced to apologise at a school assembly for her club disrupting the Homecoming game, she takes control of the situation and reaffirms her status as a survivor. This inspires many other students to do the same, including Tyler and [[spoiler:Justin]].


* Clay confronting Bryce about [[spoiler:Hannah's rape]]. Sure he gets a nasty beating for his efforts, but he manages to elicit a confession and secretly record it, ensuring that Bryce will face justice for his actions.

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* Clay confronting Bryce about [[spoiler:Hannah's rape]].Hannah's rape. Sure he gets a nasty beating for his efforts, but he manages to elicit a confession and secretly record it, ensuring that Bryce will face justice for his actions.



* Alex delivering the ''biggest'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to everyone in "Tape 6, Side B" for their desperation to hide the fact they were involved in Hannah's suicide. He [[spoiler: calls out Courtney for trying to hide behind [[SerialRapist Bryce Walker]], calls out Ryan for his JerkAss and snarky nature, calls out Tyler for stalking Hannah, calls out Sherri (who wasn't there) for hiding the fact she caused Jeff's death, and even bluntly tells off Marcus for trying to protect his pristine image when he isn't as innocent as everyone else]]. He also [[spoiler: calls himself out for falling into the peer pressure to make himself look good in Bryce's eyes only to cause Hannah to descent further]]. The only person he doesn't ''really'' call out is [[spoiler: Zach, who he states is a "entitled idiot that does cruel, stupid things", but also says that [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold his heart is in the right place]], referring to the fact Zach feels genuine guilt over Hannah's death]].
** And in the same episode, Ryan telling [[spoiler:Courtney to "fuck off" when she thinks of being protected by Bryce (a rapist). Even though both of them did assholish things to Hannah, this moment was an awesome part on Ryan's part.]]

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* Alex delivering the ''biggest'' TheReasonYouSuckSpeech to everyone in "Tape 6, Side B" for their desperation to hide the fact they were involved in Hannah's suicide. He [[spoiler: calls out Courtney for trying to hide behind [[SerialRapist Bryce Walker]], calls out Ryan for his JerkAss and snarky nature, calls out Tyler for stalking Hannah, calls out Sherri (who wasn't there) for hiding the fact she caused Jeff's death, and even bluntly tells off Marcus for trying to protect his pristine image when he isn't as innocent as everyone else]]. else. He also [[spoiler: calls himself out for falling into the peer pressure to make himself look good in Bryce's eyes only to cause Hannah to descent further]]. further. The only person he doesn't ''really'' call out is [[spoiler: Zach, who he states is a "entitled idiot that does cruel, stupid things", but also says that [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold his heart is in the right place]], referring to the fact Zach feels genuine guilt over Hannah's death]].
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** And in the same episode, Ryan telling [[spoiler:Courtney Courtney to "fuck off" when she thinks of being protected by Bryce (a rapist). Even though both of them did assholish things to Hannah, this moment was an awesome part on Ryan's part.]]



* TheOner the morning after [[spoiler:Clay leaks the tapes]], a virtuoso piece of direction weaving among numerous actors and extras as we touch on how every major figure is reacting to the development.

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* TheOner the morning after [[spoiler:Clay Clay leaks the tapes]], tapes, a virtuoso piece of direction weaving among numerous actors and extras as we touch on how every major figure is reacting to the development.



* It doesn't leave much of an effect, but [[spoiler: Clay, Cyrus, and Tyler graffitiing the baseball field and burning "RAPISTS" into the field]] was extremely, if shortly, satisfying.
* [[spoiler: Clay talking down Tyler from committing a school shooting in the season 2 finale. Even with the barrel of a freakin' AR-15 pressed to his throat, Clay doesn't back down and probably averts a huge tragedy in the process.]]
* [[spoiler: Clay, Tony, Justin, Alex, Zach and Scott cornering Montgomery after finding out he was their tormentor.]]
* When testifying in court in Season 2, Mr. Porter [[spoiler: is told by the defence's attorney that he did things by the book and so did nothing wrong, which by the letter is true. However, Mr. Porter ''categorically refuses'' to take the easy way out, instead admitting that the policies are not fit for purpose, and that he let Hannah down when she needed him the most, ''regardless'' of whether school's policies were followed. His willingness to take responsibility for his failings and desire to change and do better ultimately costs him his job at the school, but also shows that regardless of his shortcomings, he is a good and caring man who wants to do what he can to make sure there's never a repeat of what happened to Hannah.]]
* Mr. Porter [[spoiler:beating up Justinís momís junkie boyfriend]] is pretty satisfying after the latter had spent every appearance he made making life hell for Justin.
* The sheer amount of character development for Courtney, Mr. Porter and, to a lesser extent, Ryan, in Season 2. Of the three, Ryan was the only one vaguely coming around in the first season, but in Season 2 he made further efforts to atone for what he'd done and defend Hannah, while also being kinder to other people. Mr. Porter fought so hard for justice [[spoiler:he was fired by the school board, although he accepted his fate with dignity and no regret.]] Courtney told the whole truth on the stand, defended Hannah as a good friend and proceeded to reach out to people she's publicly called liars before, even [[spoiler:supporting Jess in her decision to testify against Bryce.]]

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* It doesn't leave much of an effect, but [[spoiler: Clay, Cyrus, and Tyler graffitiing the baseball field and burning "RAPISTS" into the field]] field was extremely, if shortly, satisfying.
* [[spoiler: Clay talking down Tyler from committing a school shooting in the season 2 finale. Even with the barrel of a freakin' AR-15 pressed to his throat, Clay doesn't back down and probably averts a huge tragedy in the process.]]
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* [[spoiler: Clay, Tony, Justin, Alex, Zach and Scott cornering Montgomery after finding out he was their tormentor.]]
tormentor.
* When testifying in court in Season 2, Mr. Porter [[spoiler: is told by the defence's defense's attorney that he did things by the book and so did nothing wrong, which by the letter is true. However, Mr. Porter ''categorically refuses'' to take the easy way out, instead admitting that the policies are not fit for purpose, and that he let Hannah down when she needed him the most, ''regardless'' of whether school's policies were followed. His willingness to take responsibility for his failings and desire to change and do better ultimately costs him his job at the school, but also shows that regardless of his shortcomings, he is a good and caring man who wants to do what he can to make sure there's never a repeat of what happened to Hannah.]]
Hannah.
* Mr. Porter [[spoiler:beating beating up Justinís momís junkie boyfriend]] boyfriend is pretty satisfying after the latter had spent every appearance he made making life hell for Justin.
* The sheer amount of character development for Courtney, Mr. Porter and, to a lesser extent, Ryan, in Season 2. Of the three, Ryan was the only one vaguely coming around in the first season, but in Season 2 he made further efforts to atone for what he'd done and defend Hannah, while also being kinder to other people. Mr. Porter fought so hard for justice [[spoiler:he he was fired by the school board, although he accepted his fate with dignity and no regret.]] regret. Courtney told the whole truth on the stand, defended Hannah as a good friend and proceeded to reach out to people she's publicly called liars before, even [[spoiler:supporting supporting Jess in her decision to testify against Bryce.]]

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