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Season 4 frays from the start, because one of its two central questions, posed repeatedly by Winston Deaken Bluman throughout the season, has already been answered: "Who framed Monty?
The second question is whose funeral we see in the opening scenes, but it's forgotten after several episodes to make room for countless scenes in which the main characters yell at each other to get a grip and keep the secrets and not get the lot of them arrested for Bryce and Monty's Timothy Granaderos deaths.
Just as Season 3 spent too much time with Ani, whom we must now accept as part of this core friend group, Season 4 passes the torch of spying and ingratiating oneself to Winston.
He at least has some incentive to do so, having been Monty's alibi on the night he is believed to have killed Bryce and wanting answers — and even revenge.
But while it has precedent, the introduction of new characters has always been a weak point for 13 Reasons Why. Maybe teenagers are better at this — but adults, and these characters who have weathered more than most adults, would struggle.
One that requires extra care on a show rooted in mental health issues is the resurrected dead character. Season 2 gave Clay Dylan Minnette the ghost of Hannah Baker Katherine Langford so she could half-narrate, half-debrief him on answers he would never have gotten otherwise.
In Season 4, Clay keeps seeing Monty and occasionally Bryce. On the surface, this seems like a manifestation of guilt he feels about both their deaths.
With his therapist, and in narration a mix of actual conversations from therapy, inner monologue, and on one occasion a college admissions essay — consistency be damned he cites anxiety.
It's a feeling that is certainly present every time the deceased appear to him, but it doesn't account for corporeal hallucinations without further explanation.
It also doesn't explain Jessica's ongoing visions of Bryce, or the fact that no one seems to think about Hannah anymore — presumably because Langford was not available to appear in the season, but an occasional mention before the finale might have been nice.
Clay's mental health deteriorates significantly this season, as it has since Season 1. Ever since the Season 1 finale, 13 Reason Why has skirted around the possibility of a school shooting plot line.
It has come up every single season and proven wholly unnecessary each time. One can't help wondering if the writers suggested the idea during Season 1 for Season 2, and then backed away due to the consistent stream of gun violence in U.
But in that case, why keep returning to it? Worried about threats against them, Alex and Clay urge Jessica to testify about Bryce.
Clay enlists Tony's help to find a potential witness. Clay hides a secret from his parents. Concerned about his reputation, Marcus lies in court.
Jessica and Alex skip school together. Tyler and Cyrus embrace their outsider status. Alex fights to recover his lost memories. Ryan and Mrs.
Baker look to Hannah's poems for clues. Clay tries to figure out where the Polaroids were taken. Justin shows up at school. Zach's revelation about Hannah takes everyone by surprise.
Alex blows up at Bryce. Someone blackmails Marcus. Clay testifies about a night he and Hannah spent together. Jessica experiences a flashback.
When Hannah's parents come under scrutiny, Jessica reaches out to Mrs. Justin struggles to stay clean.
Clay reconnects with Skye. Tyler goes out with Cyrus's sister. Chloe confronts Bryce about the tapes. Jess wonders if she's ready to date again.
Porter wrestles with regret. Tony opens up about his past. Sheri devises a plan to get into the clubhouse. Porter tries to help Justin.
Zach and Bryce butt heads. Chaos erupts at school in the aftermath of Bryce's testimony. Jessica tells Chloe about the clubhouse.
Alex's memories come rushing back. Threats against Clay and the others escalate. Tyler faces disciplinary action. Justin testifies about Bryce, putting his own future at risk.
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.
Months after the Spring Fling, Liberty High is hit with a new shock when Bryce Walker is murdered the night of homecoming The cops question Clay about Bryce's disappearance.
Clay remembers the aftermath of Spring Fling, when he raced to cover Tyler's tracks and met Ani. After learning about Chloe's pregnancy, Clay and Ani pay her a visit.
Chloe recalls how she leaned on Zach for support -- and that Bryce never knew. As the police investigation sets the school on edge, Ani remembers that Jessica confronted Bryce.
Growing suspicious of Jess, Ani and Clay follow her. After Tyler admits he still has a gun, the group keeps tabs on him at school. But their worry deepens when they learn he had a motive to kill Bryce.
The police search the school after finding steroids in Bryce's car. Alex remembers how Bryce supported Alex after Jessica dumped him.
The police bring in Tony for questioning. At Bryce's funeral, Ani uncovers two damning secrets. The police interrogate Justin and Clay about the night Clay pulled a gun on Bryce.
Clay discovers that Ani and Bryce's bond ran deeper than he realized. Porter interviews students about Clay, who pleads his innocence to Mrs.
Learning Porter counseled Bryce, Clay and Ani question his motives. The cops name Clay as a person of interest in the murder.
Ani catches Justin in a lie after learning Bryce bailed him out of a dangerous situation. Hannah's mother returns to town.
Urging Clay to protect himself, she reveals that there was more to Tony and Bryce's relationship than Clay knew.
As the cops close in on Clay -- their main suspect -- violent confrontations at the homecoming game expose that everyone had a reason to kill Bryce.
Clay is released on bail, Ani puts a plan to exonerate him into action, and the truth about Bryce's murder finally comes to light.
As graduation approaches, Clay and his friends face agonizing choices when secrets from their past threaten their future. The final season.
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