Jessica Davis: I don't know if I can do any of this anymore. We're all supposed to just... keep waking up and putting on our clothes and carrying on conversations and listening to people while they talk about how God works in mysterious ways, and I just don't f**king know if I can do it anymore!
Ani Achola: OK, I think this is the hardest thing... that anyone could ever go through. But I also think you are a lot stronger than you realize.
Jessica Davis (about Justin): He made me strong.
Ani Achola: No! You are. All on your own. Maybe you made each other stronger, but it's in you. I've seen it.
Ani Achola: I am sorry that Monty's dead. I am. Justin tells me he could be... loyal... and fearless. And that he stood up for his friends. I'm sorry that Bryce is dead. He was my friend, and I believe he would've shown the world that redemption is possible. But they both caused pain while they were alive. They caused great pain to a number of people. And it is time for that suffering to end. So, let the dead bury the dead, Deputy Standall. Let the dead bury the dead.
Ani Achola (narration): The team had made Justin feel like he belonged again. Until that night. He watched Monty, Zach and Luke, how it all seemed so easy for them. And he felt more and more lost. Sports had always been the cure for Justin, the thing that made him feel alive. But on the field that night... he felt more alone than ever.
Bryce Walker: We shouldn't be doing this. It's not good.
Ani Achola: Well, it seemed good for you. Just now.
Bryce Walker: I mean for you. Why would you... Why do you even want to?
Ani Achola: I like you, I guess.
Bryce Walker: Why? I don't even like me.
Ani Achola: Hey. Hey, come on now...
Bryce Walker: There's something wrong with me. There's something seriously wrong. You shouldn't be here. I'm f*cked up.
Ani Achola: Maybe not forever.
Clay Jensen: I hate costumes. Like, I even hate Halloween, and I love candy.
Ani Achola: You spend your life hiding from people and you hate costumes. Okay.
Clay Jensen: Don't do that "I'm quite perceptive" thing, it's annoying.
Ani Achola: But what you're wearing now is a costume. We're all in costumes all the time, trying to become the thing we're wearing.
Clay Jensen: If that were true, I would've become a hoodie a long time ago.
Ani Achola (narration): When you judge someone by their past... it can make that past impossible to escape. And it can make you miss something that's right in front of you in the present. Because maybe the person you're looking for isn't so obvious. Maybe there's someone you haven't even thought of yet. Because we all have a past.
Ani Achola (narration): Let's face it, it was easy to think those things about Tyler because, well, Tyler was weird. All those characteristics they say killers have, lack of social skills, a fascination with death, a deep-seated feeling of rejection from the world... Tyler had them all. You wouldn't know it just by looking, but deep down, Tyler had the ingredients of that killer cocktail. Angry, young, and man. Tyler was unpredictable, you see. He seemed primed to snap all over again. I wouldn't find out why until much later. None of us would.