12 Questions You'll Have After Watching '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

12 Questions You'll Have After Watching '13 Reasons Why' Season 2

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If you're like me, you've been waiting for the second season of 13 Reasons Why to come out for quite awhile now, and you've definitely already binged through it. The second season dropped Friday, May 18th, and filled in some of the gaps in Hannah's story by revealing new things about certain characters like Zach, Justin, and even Clay.

Season 1 left us with a hell of a lot of questions, and season 2 dropped an even bigger bomb, shedding light to a potential season 3 of the series.

So what questions have we been left with to seek answers in the hopeful season 3?

*** SPOILERS AHEAD

1. What's going to happen to Tyler??

2. Will Clay get in trouble?

Following on question 1, Clay is left standing in the parking lot of the high school with Tyler's rifle as the cops are quickly approaching. Will Clay be blamed for the potential shooting? If not, how will he explain it was Tyler after assisting in his escape with Tony? Will Tony violate his probation?

3. Will Chloe go through with her pregnancy?

During the Spring Fling, Chloe bumps into Jessica in the bathroom and tells her she's pregnant. She appears terrified, and chances are that Bryce is the father. Will Chloe tell anyone else besides Jessica? Will she keep the baby?

4. Will Bryce ever receive actual punishment?


After Jessica finally presses charges against Bryce for raping her, he gets off with a pathetic 3 months of probation and is planning to transfer schools to start afresh. Sadly, this lack of punishment mirrors the current reality and how easy it is for men like him to get off. Will anything ever really happen to him?

5. Is Hannah's story officially over?

At the end of season 2, the characters of the show throw Hannah a belated funeral. After Clay has spoken and has accepted she's really gone, Hannah is seen walking out the door into 'the light'. Does this mean her character is really gone now that Clay has stopped seeing her ghost? If there is a season 3, how will they incorporate her character, seeing how she started this whole thing?

6. What will happen to Monty?

After the horrifying rape scene with him and Tyler in the bathroom in the last episode, will Tyler tell anyone? Will Monty be punished for what he did? He can't exactly blame it on Bryce because we saw Bryce tell him to stay out of it. But instead, with the assistance of 2 other boys, Monty assaulted Tyler in the bathroom.

Tyler also has a history of seeking revenge, and after Clay stopped his shooting, will he plan something else to get back at Monty?

7. Will Justin ever get clean?

We learn in season 2 that Justin has become a heroin addict, but he claims to Clay that he's now clean. However, in the final episode, he starts using again. Will he tell his new family? Will he ever quit?

8. Will Jessica and Justin tell Alex?

Jessica goes to the Spring Fling with Alex after they decide they're dating, however, it's later shown that she hooks up with Justin in the boy's locker room at the dance. Will she tell Alex? Will she stay with him, or leave him to go back to Justin?

9. Will Seth (Justin's mom's boyfriend) come for Justin?

Seth is seen staring at Justin as he's speaking to Clay in Monet's after Hannah's funeral. Knowing that Justin stole money from him and that he's already crazy, is it possible he may do something to hurt Justin?

10. Will Bryce seek revenge on Marcus?

After Tyler blackmails Marcus into calling Bryce out as a rapist at a school event, Bryce makes it clear that he made a huge mistake. Now that Bryce has decided to transfer schools and has already accepted his punishment from Jessica's trial, will he try and do something to get back at Marcus?

11. What about Nina?


In the last episode, we learn that is was Nina who stole the box of photos from Clay's car, and we see her burning every polaroid picture of the girls Bryce and his friends have assaulted or harassed. This seems incomplete, and we only learn a small bit of her story in Jessica's testimony. If there's a season 3, will we hear more from her?

SEE ALSO: 31 Reasons Why I Would NEVER Watch Season 2 Of '13 Reasons Why'

12. Is this it for Mr. Porter?

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK, or go to 13reasonswhy.info.

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Why High School Musicals Should Be As Respected As Sports Programs Are

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When I was in middle school and high school, I felt like I lived for the musicals that my school orchestrated.

For those of you who don't know, a musical is an onstage performance wherein actors take on roles that involve singing, and often dancing, to progress the plot of the story. While it may sound a little bit nerdy to get up in front of an audience to perform in this manner, this is something you cannot knock until you try it.

For some reason, though, many public schools have de-funded arts programs that would allow these musicals to occur, while increasing the funding for sports teams. There are a few things that are being forgotten when sports are valued more than musical programs in high schools.

Much like athletic hobbies, an actor must try-out, or audition, to participate in a musical. Those best suited for each role will be cast, and those who would not fit well are not given a part. While this may sound similar to trying out for say, basketball, it is an apples to oranges comparison.

At a basketball try-out, those who have the most experience doing a lay-up or shooting a foul shot will be more likely to succeed, no questions asked. However, for an audition, it is common to have to learn a piece of choreography upon walking in, and a potential cast member will be required to sing a selected piece with only a few days of preparation.

There are many more variables involved with an audition that makes it that much more nerve-racking.

The cast of a school musical will often rehearse for several months to perfect their roles, with only several nights of performance at the end. Many sports practice for three or four days between each of their respective competitions. While this may seem to make sports more grueling, this is not always the case.

Musicals have very little pay-off for a large amount of effort, while athletic activities have more frequent displays of their efforts.

Athletes are not encouraged to but are allowed to make mistakes. This is simply not allowed for someone in a musical, because certain lines or entrances may be integral to the plot.

Sometimes, because of all the quick changes and the sweat from big dance numbers, the stage makeup just starts to smear. Despite this, an actor must smile through it all. This is the part of musicals that no sport has: introspection.

An actor must think about how he or she would respond in a given situation, be it saddening, maddening, frightening, or delightful. There is no sport that requires the knowledge of human emotion, and there is especially no sport that requires an athlete to mimic such emotion. This type of emotional exercise helps with communications and relationships.

Sports are great, don't get me wrong. I loved playing volleyball, basketball, track, and swimming, but there were no experiences quite like those from a musical. Sports challenge the body with slight amounts of tactic, while musicals require much physical and mental endurance.

The next time you hear someone say that it's “just a musical," just remember that musicals deserve as much respect as sports, since they are just as, if not more demanding.

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10 Shows To Watch If You're Sick Of 'The Office'

You can only watch it so many times...

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"The Office" is a great show, and is super easy to binge watch over and over again! But if you're like me and you're looking for something new to binge, why not give some of these a try? These comedies (or unintentional comedies) are a great way to branch out and watch something new.

1. "New Girl"

A show about a group of friends living in an apartment in a big city? Sound familiar? But seriously, this show is original and fresh, and Nick Miller is an icon.

2. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"

Ya'll have been sleeping on this show. It's a musical comedy about a girl that follows her ex boyfriend across the country. I thought it sounded horrible so I put it off for WAY too long, but then I realized how incredible the cast, music, writing, and just EVERYTHING. It really brings important issues to light, and I can't say too much without spoiling it. Rachel Bloom (the creator of the show) is a woman ahead of her time.

3. "Jane the Virgin"

I know... another CW show. But both are so incredible! Jane The Virgin is a tongue-in-cheek comedy and parody of telenovelas. It has so many twists and turns, but somehow you find yourself laughing with the family.

4. "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"

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Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been in popular news lately since its cancellation by Fox and sequential pickup by NBC. It's an amazing show about cops in, you guessed it, Brooklyn. Created by the amazing Michael Schur, it's a safe bet that if you loved "The Office" you'll also love his series "Brooklyn Nine-Nine".

5. "The Good Place"

Another series created by the talented Micael Schur, it's safe to say you've probably already heard about this fantasy-comedy series. With a wonderful cast and writing that will keep you on your toes, the show is another safe bet.

6. "Fresh Off The Boat"

Seriously, I don't know why more people don't watch this show. "Fresh Off The Boat" focuses on an Asian family living in Orlando in the mid 90s. Randall Parks plays a character who is the polar opposite of his character in "The Interview" (Yeah, remember that horrifying movie?) and Constance Wu is wonderful as always.

7. "Full House"

Why not go back to the basics? If you're looking for a nostalgic comedy, go back all the way to the early days of Full House. If you're a '98-'00 baby like me, you probably grew up watching the Tanner family on Nick at Night. The entire series is available on Hulu, so if all else fails just watch Uncle Jesse and Rebecca fall in love again or Michelle fall off a horse and somehow lose her memory.

8. "Secret Life of the American Teenager"

Okay, this show is not a comedy, but I have never laughed so hard in my life. It's off Netflix but it's still on Hulu, so you can watch this masterpiece there. Watch the terrible acting and nonsense plot twists drive this show into the ground. Somehow everyone in this school dates each other? And also has a baby? You just have to watch. It might be my favorite show of all time.

9. "Scrubs"

Another old show that is worth watching. If you ignore the last season, Scrubs is a worthwhile medical comedy about doctors in both their personal and medical life. JD and Turk's relationship is one to be jealous of, and one hilarious to watch. Emotional at times, this medical drama is superior to any medical drama that's out now.

10. "Superstore"

I was resistant to watch this one at first, because it looked cheesy. But once I started watching I loved it! The show is a workplace comedy, one you're sure to love if you can relate to working in retail. If you liked the Office, you'll like Superstore!

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