Is that why you did it, Alex?
I wasn't expecting you.
Yeah. Well, come on in.
Thank you for making the time.
I- I, uh...
I know how busy you are.
No, not at all.
What can I do for you?
Well, I was, um,
I'm wondering if you could tell me
something about Hannah's school life.
I mean, was she unhappy here?
I don't think I can answer that.
I know you can't possibly know every student,
but my husband and I, we're still trying to understand.
At home, Hannah was... Well, I mean...
sometimes she would run around the house
singing show tunes in funny voices and showering us with hugs,
and other times...
she was quiet and moody
and it'd be hard to get a word out of her.
But nothing she did told us she was...
I'm afraid I'm going to have to stop you right there, Mrs. Baker.
I'm terribly sorry for your loss,
and I wish I could offer you what you need,
but I just can't.
Now that lawyers are involved.
What are you saying?
What I'm saying is that, in light of your lawsuit,
I shouldn't even be talking to you.
So then why are you?
You and your husband are members of our school community,
and we want nothing more than to support you during this time.
I can only imagine your grief.
You can't imagine the first thing about my life right now.
Bryce is a total vampire.
That thing on your neck is huge.
I know, right?
Maybe you say it's nothing, Alex.
It's just words.
If you're going to do a memorial, I'm going to take pictures.
I'm Courtney Crimsen.
I'm so sorry for your loss.
I hope you like it.
People keep adding to it.
Every day there's another card or more flowers.
All these people were Hannah's friends?
She had so many friends and...
we all miss her so much.
Anyone who knew Hannah would know that she hated roses.
She thought they were a cliché.
Have you noticed anything weird about Alex lately?
Well, his hair's weird, but that's not new.
His hair is awesome.
I didn't say it wasn't awesome, it's just, like, distinctive.
And he's an amazing dresser.
I mean, you could take a few lessons.
I totally could.
And I'm glad we got the conversation around to my failings
because I was wondering when we would get to that.
Are you working tonight?
Yeah, we're both on at six.
I mean, I think. On the schedule.
So, speaking of tonight, I don't know if you know this,
but there's a penumbral lunar eclipse at 11:49.
The Earth's shadow is the penumbra.
Tonight, the moon is gonna pass through it.
Last show is at nine, and if we clean fast,
and we probably can,
because no kids are coming to that English movie
because it's kind of super boring,
we could get out in time, and I could maybe point it out to you.
If you want.
You want to show me the moon?
Well, there would be a shadow. Not like a full eclipse.
You wouldn't exactly see the...
You should, like, patent yourself.
And, yes, I will look at the moon with you.
I might even howl.
So, yeah, I'll see you tonight.
Anyways, is Justin still missing?
He's not missing. I know exactly where he is.
So he's at Bryce's.
Maybe you should go.
I shouldn't have to go. He should be here.
Then go get him. Drag him back to school by his perfect hair.
You know what?
Tell him that you entered him into that costume contest.
Two hundred bucks.
Yeah, maybe he could dress up as my actual boyfriend.
I spoke to Justin, but now I need to speak to Alex Standall.
He dated Jessica Davis, who I spoke to yesterday.
Justin Foley the day before.
There was this rumor that Justin and Hannah had sex in a park.
Justin said it was all a big joke,
and Hannah blew it out of proportion.
Did you follow it up?
Justin's been absent for the past two days.
Did you call home?
I spoke with Coach Patrick.
Apparently, it's just his mom
and a series of stepdads and boyfriends.
Coach thinks there may have been abuse at some point in the past.
- At home? - Yes.
And Jessica Davis?
As I understand it, she was Hannah's first friend here.
Now she's Justin's girlfriend.
So, I imagine she protected him.
Could be, or she doesn't know anything.
She didn't say much.
This lawsuit could cost the district tens of thousands, hundreds,
and that's if we win.
We're already getting calls from the media.