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I feel like given that Winston knew about his death in jail, it would seem a bit awkward if he didn't know why Monty was sent to jail. Plus when Ani answered to him saying "he was gone", he didn't deny her or anything. He just said "He was a human being." The fact he didn't deny Ani's statement seemed to me that he was aware of the reason why Monty was sent to jail.
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So in my language class at school we are doing an activity were you draw a character from a book your reading. I chose to draw Clay Jensen, I know what he looks like according to the Netflix series but I'm not to sure what he looks like according to the book, so if anyone out there could get back to me with the information on what he looks like that would be VERY helpful. For now, I plan on drawing him similarly to the TV show.
New collage for Clay!
Dean Elliot is an 18-year-old teenager helping his parents at the Elliot family restaurant in Bell Bukler, in the US. An intelligent boy who has a medium age disorder, but who is very devoted to his studies, but his life changes when his father is murdered by moneylenders, and that has deeply shaken his psychological. And to make matters worse, he finds out that his father was hiding a secret: he was a gambling addict and used to hide the bar money for his gambling that he always lost and that motivated the bar debt even stole his son's allowance. The situation worsens when he borrowed $ 100,000 from a mighty loan shark Morgan Russell to pay for the restaurant's debts and so resulted in his death. And now Morgan has given Dean 13 hours to get the money, otherwise he dies. And since he can't get the money since he and his mother lost the bar to Morgan, he decides to run away with his mother far away and for that, he has the help of the police officer Damion who was a friend of his father who lent him the money and they left for California and his mother gets a job as a waitress at Cafe Monet. While Dean while enrolling at Liberty School and trying to fit in with the young people, but is ignored and to make matters worse suffers at the hands of perverts questioning his sexuality and lived mocking him made him sunbathe in a library where he finds in a book a Hannah's poem and unraveling the mystery will make him approach Clay and his pack.
I know you're probably like well I like him I mean he's a main character! I personally think he is annoying and can be really insensitive to everyone around him. I just think he is a major know it all and is super rude to Jessica, Justin (in season 1, and some of season 2) and is rude to his family.
What are your thoughts?
Sorry; I know: strong opinions right of the bat. But OH MY GOD. She’s so ANNOYING. She’s nosy, a compulsive liar, instigates all kinds of problems, toys with Clay’s emotions, acts as if she knows just as well as the others even though she hasn’t been there as long, and this is all the stuff I can remember of the top of my head. I only tolerated her because she was a necessary evil for this season- a plot device, if you will- but yikes.
I don’t like Ani, I don’t like the fact she still slept with Bryce knowing his a rapist, Even when people warned her about him she just ignored it
I also don’t like it that she was by Clay’s side the whole time but soon as he became a suspect, she started questioning everyone to see if clay would do something like that
I don’t like the fact she friend-zoned clay because she liked Bryce
And I definitely do not like the fact she was upset with Clay because he was upset when he found out she slept Bryce.
Katherine Langford being back as hannah’s cousin, and if that would never work, I’d like Josephine Langford to step in as a new cast and be Clay’s new love interest instead of ani. 😂😅 Now that’s a great idea.. agree? 😅 lol