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Here we are. Tape 12. If you've listened this far and you haven't heard your name, well, I bet you know exactly what's coming now. Or maybe you don't have any idea, could that be true? Could a person be that sick? Let's find out, but first, we have to start at the beginning of the worst day of my life.
— Hannah Baker introducing Bryce Walker and the day her rape happened, in "Tape 6, Side B"

Tape 6, Side B is the twelfth episode of the first season of 13 Reasons Why.

The subject of this tape is Bryce Walker.


Hannah winds up at a party after an argument with her parents. The students are served with subpoenas, and Justin wrestles with conflicting loyalties.



After a horrible day following losing $743 of her parent's deposit money and being rebuffed by Clay, a depressed Hannah goes for a long walk and eventually ends up in Bryce's neighborhood and is drawn to the sounds of a party at his house. Bryce sees her come in and greets her. Hannah joins the party and eventually joins Jessica, Justin, Zach and his girlfriend in Bryce's hot-tub. After a few minutes, Hannah relaxes in and the four others eventually leave to hang out elsewhere. Bryce then silently enters the tub and turns it off. He and Hannah make some small talk and he then approaches her and begins touching her inappropriately. Hannah attempts to get out but Bryce grabs her and holds her, pulls her underwear off and proceeds to rape her from behind. Hannah freezes and isn't able to move as Bryce forcefully holds her down. Hannah is seen later crying as she walks home. When she gets home, she gets undressed and we see marks (from Bryce using force to hold her down) all over her upper body.


Many of the students were given subponeas, including all who were mentioned on the tapes. Parents were surprised but the students were not and were unhappy. Tyler buys a gun. Tony meets with Mrs. Baker who reveals a sheet with many names circled, including his. His name had a question mark with it.

Clay goes to Bryce's house, hoping to get proof of all the bad things Bryce has done. Once he gets there, Clay asks for weed, to get into Bryce's house and talk to him. He starts to ask Bryce questions about the night he raped Hannah. Bryce tells Clay that he and Hannah had an on-off relationship, but Clay calls Bryce out as a rapist. Bryce is confused and tells Clay he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. The more Clay eggs Bryce on the angrier he gets. When Bryce tries to justify raping Hannah, Clay gets so upset that he punches Bryce in the face. Bryce beats Clay up in retaliation and brags about how Hannah and “every girl at Liberty High wants to be raped”. Bryce then hands Clay an ice pack and they share a glass of alcohol. Clay flat out asks Bryce if he raped Hannah, to which Bryce unknowingly validates, after, we see Clay cycle home in elated mood seemingly because he finally confessed, whether or not he knew it. After he cycles home, Lainie notices Clay is missing and hasn't come home, by now it is nighttime and she is worried, during this an ambulance is driving an unknown teenager to hospital, one of the paramedics mentioned that they are being treated for a gunshot wound to the head.



Guest Starring[]


It seemed like no matter what I did, I kept letting people down. I started thinking how everyone's lives would be better without me.
— Hannah Baker

The way I see it, there are two different kinds of death. If you're lucky, you live a long life and one day your body stops working and it's over. But if you're not lucky, you die a little bit until you realize it's too late. I know some of you might think there was more I could have done or should have done. But I'd lost control and in that moment, it felt like it felt like I was already dead.
— Hannah Baker

She wanted me. Me. She was practically begging me to fuck her. If that's rape, then every girl at this school wants to be raped.
— Bryce to Clay about Hannah


  • This episode includes a content warning as it contains graphic depictions of rape and sexual assault.
  • This episode doesn't start with Hannah's narration. Her voice isn't heard until 10 minutes in.



Song Artist Album Scene
Intro Song: "Oh In This World Of Dread, Carry On (13RY Edit)" by Eskmo.
Ain't No Rest for the Wicked Cage the Elephant Cage the Elephant Flashback: Hannah calls Clay. She puts her parents' deposit money on top of the car and forgets about it.
Someday Now De Lux Generation Flashback: Hannah goes for a walk and arrives at Bryce's house.
Bout You starRo starRo Flashback: Hannah joins the party and goes to the hot tub.
The Killing Moon Roman Remains 13 Reasons Why Season 2 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) Flashback: Hannah comes home and finds her parents sleeping on the couch. She takes off her shirt and looks at the marks caused Bryce. She starts writing a list about how her life could've gone so wrong.

Original Music[]

Song Artist Album Scene
Bryce Eskmo 13 Reasons Why (Season 1 - Original Series Score) The students receive their subpoenas.
Alex Eskmo 13 Reasons Why (Season 1 - Original Series Score) Alex, Courtney, Zach, Tyler, Ryan and Marcus talk at Monet’s after receiving their subpoenas.
Hannah Eskmo 13 Reasons Why (Season 1 - Original Series Score) Flashback: Hannah lies on her bed and thinks about how everyone's life would be better without her.
Clay Eskmo 13 Reasons Why (Season 1 - Original Series Score) End credits


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