"13 Reasons Why" Season 3 Recapped and the Questions We Have for Season 4 - TeenVogue.com
Aug 31, 2019
In a flashback, Clay sees Bryce and Ani kissing at the game. When the fight breaks out, Clay goes to attack Bryce, but Justin stops him. Later, Clay texts Bryce that he wants him dead – the same text that made the police suspicious of Clay in the first place.Zach goes to the cops and says he killed Bryce.In a flashback, Chloe tells Bryce before the game about the abortion and that Zach supported her. On the field, Bryce intentionally injures Zach.Zach tells the cops that he followed Bryce to the pier, seriously beat him, and left him. The police say he couldn’t have killed Bryce because he drowned.Tyler and Charlie go to the police, and Monty is arrested for assault — and is now suspected in Bryce’s murder because he had motive.13 REASONS WHYDavid Moir/NetflixEpisode 13Clay is out on bail, and Deputy Standall, who is re-examining evidence, seems to have doubts.Ani has a plan to clear Clay’s name. She tells Deputy Standall nearly everything that has happened, including everyone who could have killed Bryce and why. Then, she frames Monty for murdering Bryce, and the other students collaborate to make the story plausible. In reality, Monty was with Winston during the murder.In a flashback, we see Jessica and Alex approach a seriously injured Bryce. He gives her a tape. Alex picks him up to help him and suddenly realizes that Bryce has hurt everyone he ever loved; he pushes Bryce into the river, and Alex and Jessica watch him drown.Charlie plants the cassette tape, with Bryce’s blood on it, in Monty’s locker.Deputy Standall, speaking with Ani, realizes his son is guilty based on footprints and tire tracks at the crime scene. He tells Ani that Monty has been killed in jail, and he agrees to go forward with the coverup.Later, the group listens to a copy of Bryce’s tape, on which he confesses to “seven or eight rapes,” apologizes for what he’s done, and says he’s trying to be a better person.A fisherman finds Tyler’s guns that Tony and Clay had thrown in the river.At Monet’s, Tyler reveals a photo exhibit of all...
R29 Binge Club: 13 Reasons Why Season 3 Recap - Refinery29
Aug 31, 2019
Though it does incorporate noir tropes — Clay (Dylan Minnette) and new character Ani (Grace Saif) play detectives with their own agendas here — the show is still a lens into the darker side of 2019’s youth. Rape culture, homophobia, drug use, gun violence: 13 Reasons Why wraps what could be considered issues-of-the-week on a different teen drama into one sprawling, if bleak, coming-of-age story. The problem here is how much misery will these teenagers have to endure just to come of age? In case you thought otherwise, the kids are still not alright on 13 Reasons Why, and probably won’t be until the end of the fourth and final season.
A funeral home worried an Air Force vet wouldn't get a proper burial. Thousands of strangers made sure he did. - CNN
Aug 4, 2019
He "was called by Our Heavenly Father on Monday, November 19th, 2018," his obituary reads. The obituary does not say what Walker's rank was.Gilbert Cavazos, funeral director at All Faiths Funeral Service in Austin, Texas, said All Faiths provided a wake and funeral for Walker. But his family were concerned about meeting the cost of the services.The funeral home said it would provide shelter for Walker until something could be worked out but, despite repeated efforts, it has since been unable to reach the family."We have to just have closure now," said Cavazos. "This gentleman deserves this."A call to actionCentral Texas State Veterans Cemetery had a simple request."We have the distinct honor to provide a full military burial for unaccompanied United States Air Force Veteran Joseph Walker," their Facebook post from January 24 read. "If you have the opportunity, please come out and attend. We do NOT leave Veterans behind." Word spread quickly as local media and others, including politicians, began to echo the call to action. "ATTN TEXANS," wrote CNN's own Jake Tapper. "No one is expected to attend the funeral for Joseph Walker, who served in the US Air Force 1964-1968." Military honors Car after car after car lined the roads in and around the cemetery. So many people showed up that vehicles were backed up onto a nearby highway. The ceremony started late to allow everyone to attend. Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody, who dispatched units to assist with traffic for the burial, estimated there were more than 5,000 people there.When the ceremony began, shortly after 10:00 a.m., dozens of US flags waved in the wind. Then three planes, in an apparent flyover, buzzed across the sky."Today, we're not strangers. Today, we are family. This is our brother, Joseph Walker. I don't have a whole lot of information, but it doesn't matter," said a speaker at the funeral. "Today, we give him honors," Watch the entire ceremony here:Then, the military honors began. Three rifle shots followed by a solemn horn playing...