The Bakers’ attorney describes Hannah as a ‘beautiful, innocent, delicate woman who had been bullied to death’.

The Bakers’ attorney describes Hannah as a ‘beautiful, innocent, delicate woman who had been bullied to death’.

Episode 2 – Courtney’s Testimony

Parents and caregivers must know: Hannah seems the very first time and just Clay can easily see her. This episode features bullying and intimidation (age.g. Jessica gets another message that is threatening her locker, “keep your fucking mouth shut”), intercourse sources and conversation about incidences of intimate physical physical physical violence from Season 1.

Courtney is obligated to turn out as being a lesbian from the stand and voiceover of her testimony speaks in regards to the effectation of rumours at senior high school defining who you really are as a person. Skye tries to offer Clay a handjob underneath the dinning table in front side of their moms and dads. Later on, they battle concerning this.

The implication being she has self-harmed at the conclusion of the episode, Skye is taken away in an ambulance. Her mom informs Clay Skye is not upset, she’s sick. Some body departs a paper target covered in bullet holes in Alex’s letterbox. It states “better luck next time”.

Episode 3 – Jessica’s testimony

Parents and caregivers need to find out: we come across brief flashbacks to Jessica’s rape from Season 1. Bullying and intimidation carry on. There’s an attack plus some medication use. When you look at the hospital, Skye and Clay discuss Skye’s infection and she informs him she will not comprehend her own behavior but she really really really loves Clay for attempting to assist her. She breaks up with him. Clay continues to keep in touch with Hannah. Jessica’s testimony explores exactly how difficult it really is to be a teenage woman, become judged by the manner in which you look and what individuals learn about you. She claims the institution couldn’t be trusted to assist whenever girls had been slut-shamed or bullied. Jessica is forced by Clay to be honest about Bryce raping her regarding the stand but she actually isn’t prepared. Someone posts photos of Jessica inside her class room that express “who would believe a slut that is drunk” Jessica points out that Hannah is actually on test, she’s the ‘ideal target’ and folks still don’t think her. Jessica does not think she’s the ‘right sort of target’ to take on Bryce Walker. This episode features a scene of the character smoking black colored tar heroin.

Episode 4 – Marcus’ Testimony

Parents and caregivers must know: This episode has aggressive intercourse scene between Bryce and Chloe – Bryce pressures a reluctant Chloe into intercourse. While Marcus is regarding the stand there are flashback bullying scenes where Marcus calls Hannah “Hannah blueballs”, “Hannah big butt”, “DTF” and “cock tease”. You will find further scenes of bullying and intimidation. Gun usage is depicted as a release that is powerful two regarding the male figures practise target shooting when you look at the woods. you can find medication sources, and Justin detoxes in Clay’s household. Alex is fixated on why he attempted to simply simply take their life – he can’t keep in mind. He begs Clay to deliver him a duplicate regarding the tapes Hannah put aside detailing the ‘reasons’ why she took her life, and, after some doubt, Clay does. Hannah’s ghost informs Clay he’s to ensure Bryce is punished – “find the girl that is unconscious the polaroid, discover the room she’s in”.

Episode 5 – Ryan’s testimony

Parents and caregivers must know: regarding the stand, Ryan speaks about a poem Hannah penned that details her suicidal thoughts. He claims adults don’t take young people’s emotions seriously. Alex stocks he’s been impotent since their suicide effort. He attempts a real time video clip talk with a topless girl but believes he’s ‘broken’.

Masturbation is suggested, nudity and medication recommendations. More bullying and violence that is low-level. There clearly was a good scene where Jessica attends friends intimate punishment survivors meeting and listens to an other schoolmate, Nina speaking about her experience and exactly how the team has aided her.

Episode 6 – Zach’s Testimony

Parents and caregivers have to know: While Zach is in the stand, people discover he and Hannah dated secretly the summertime before she passed away. He didn’t wish their buddies to eventually know and they split up. There clearly was a consensual intercourse scene with implied condom usage. Jessica recounts her survivor that is personal story the help team. Its vivid but brief. Violence is eroticised throughout an altercation that is physical Alex and Zach, which actually leaves Alex with a hardon. An incident of cyber-bullying plus some low-level medication and liquor depictions. Reinforcement for the theme that is general adults/parents are inept. Justin challenges Clay for thinking less of Hannah for dating various males. Zach makes a psychological message to their mom saying he could be struggling, he’s believed like Hannah did. He is shut by her down and informs him reviews the test has put ideas into their mind. He’s fine. The episode concludes with Zach, alone within the changing room at school, filled up with regret and rage, going for a baseball bat and smashing it in to the lockers.

Episode 7 – Clay’s Testimony

Parents and caregivers need to find out: Clay claims he could be likely to testify for Hannah, to be sure the facts gets told. He informs the court she had been sort and truthful, clever and funny. She asked him to create to her as he went away for the summer time and then he never ever did. Alex is taunted by Bryce along with his buddies in school, and Alex reacts by screaming that Bryce is a rapist. Jessica is extremely upset by this. Bryce coerces Chloe into making love with him. Medication usage and sources. There’s a flashback scene where Clay and Hannah join a combined group of buddies and simply simply just take ecstasy. Clay calls it down as peer force. a scene that is follow-up them decreasing, and Hannah questioning her presence. Bullying and themes that are cyberbullying. Jessica attempts to kiss a child she’s got simply met but has flashbacks that are vivid being raped and operates away crying. Hannah informs Clay she didn’t record the tapes as revenge – she desired to tell her tale therefore it wouldn’t occur to another person. Clay posts the tapes online to counter a few of the vicious reviews about Hannah on social media marketing.

Episode 8 – Hannah’s parents’ testimony

Parents and caregivers need to find out: This episode features further bullying and slut- shaming incidences and medication recommendations. Clay’s buddies are upset with him for posting the tapes.

There is certainly another scene of gun usage showing Tyler experiencing effective after shooting a raven dead. Alex finds Justin unconscious by having a syringe in their supply. Justin later on states that no body would care if he passed away.

Skye confides to Clay that she’s got been identified as having manic depression. This might be a good scene as she explains exactly how Bipolar has affected her behavior, and discusses mind chemistry additionally the medicine she actually is using.

In a flashback, Hannah discovers her daddy is having an event. The event can be used because of the court defense lawyer as being reasons why Hannah killed herself.

From the stand, Hannah’s moms and dads state they ought to have already been in a position to trust the educational college making use of their daughter’s security. They weren’t told about Hannah’s battles, that she had been bullied or had reported suicidal that is feeling. They didn’t understand, so that they couldn’t assist.

Clay has a disagreement with Hannah. He tells her precisely what went incorrect is her fault, that she ruined people’s life by killing herself. He informs her just what she did had been wicked, and Hannah cries.

Episode 9 – Mr Porter and Hannah’s teacher’s evidence

Parents and caregivers must know: you can find strong committing suicide themes throughout this episode as Mr Porter, the educational college counsellor, flashes back once again to their counselling sessions with Hannah. There is certainly an attack, scenes of vandalism and intimate sources throughout. Violence is eroticised. The instructors are yet again portrayed as inept.

Principal Bolan delivers a message about committing committing suicide contagion to Clay after he releases the tapes to another pupils during the college. Principal Bolan admits which he have not paid attention to the tapes, and Clay then dismisses the principal’s issues as uninformed. This discussion is established therefore younger people see issues about committing committing suicide contagion as an effort by authorities to power down conversations about committing committing suicide and steer clear of folks from searching for justice for Hannah. Younger people are going to accept this interpretation uncritically that can reject any criticism that is valid of show for the depiction of suicide.

Justin actually leaves Clay’s house and dates back to see their mom. She notices he’s been utilizing drugs and expresses concern, but as an addict by by herself he does not would you like to tune in to her. Ultimately, he steals cash from his stepfather and leaves.

Bryce’s parents argue about Bryce – his mother is quite worried about the individual Bryce is on Hannah’s tapes. Their father claims that everyone else says stupid things whenever they’re drunk, but Bryce is really a person that is good.