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Netflix added this introductory video to the series last year—just one of several updated content warnings the show incorporated after an outpouring of concern and critiques from viewers, parents, and mental health experts. But the warning creates a paradox. So who, precisely, is 13 Reasons Why for—and what, exactly, is it trying to tell them?
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Captain Lorca is now a hero, despite his insubordination and increasing paranoia and sociopathy. But while the episode is first about victory, its individual tragedies are likely to be more consequential when Star Trek: Discovery returns in January After surviving spore jumps, Stamets Anthony Rapp tries one last jump to get Discovery home. But Lorca sabotages the jump or so it seemsbeaming the ship to a mysterious and uncharted place, presumably the Mirror universe introduced in Star Trek: The Original Series — a land of goatees and evil twins.
Apparently, the mystery windmill man is actually Peter. And there is a condom in the room that they joke about since he was the one that had it in the console of his car. Like, who knew windmills could be both a places to mill wind, and b places to have sex?!
The duo stopped by On Air With Ryan Seacrest on Friday, April 13, Friday the 13th to make it all the betterand dished on everything from their belief in paranormal and witches to that creepy possessed sex scene we get a sneak of in the Truth or Dare trailer. In the film, Tyler and Lucy play Lucas and Olivia, two college seniors who, while on spring break in Mexico, get sucked into a life-or-death game of truth or dare that ends up following them back home. So it sort of has that style, but there are some moments that are pretty twisted and dark.
One of the biggest topics in the ever-evolving discussion surrounding 13 Reasons Why has been about the show's graphic rape scenes. Though strategic camerawork ensures that nudity isn't the focus of these sequences, the content is extremely troubling — and that's the point. It's important to show the disturbing nature of such a vile crime, but there may be reasons you want to skip the scenes.
There are calls for Netflix to cancel the controversial series '13 Reasons Why' following the second season's finale episode, which includes a graphic sexual assault scene that some viewers felt crossed the line. There are calls for Netflix to cancel the controversial series "13 Reasons Why" following the second season's finale episode, which includes a graphic sexual assault scene that some viewers felt crossed the line. The show was previously accused of glorifying teen suicide in its first season. Tyler walks into the boys bathroom, where a few of his peers, including bully Montgomery de la Cruz, start beating him up.