Clay Jensen: Tony, I really am sorry, I just don't have anyone else I can turn to for this.
Tony Padilla: If that's the case, I really don't wanna know.
Clay Jensen: Please hear me out. Please.
Tony Padilla: What?
Clay Jensen: I need you to help me disappear.
Bryce Walker (Clay's hallucination): Hey, buddy. Ah... you knew this was coming, right? The dead don't stay dead in your life. Not for long.
Clay Jensen: You're not here.
Bryce Walker (Clay's hallucination): You think I'm gone? You think you got rid of me? I'm fucking immortal, Jensen. I'll live as long as you do. Every time you look at Jessica, or think about Hannah... or look at Ani, I'll be right there.
Clay Jensen: Fuck you.
Bryce Walker (Clay's hallucination): You think you're gonna get out of this town, go off to college... I'll be there. Graduate, get some shit job, I'll be there. Or maybe you get some sweet gig in finance, maybe you'll be a lawyer, like your mom, and I will be all over that shit. I'll be everywhere you look as long as you live.
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.
Clay Jensen: Are you... Are you okay?
Justin Foley: No, man. No, I'm not. I'm... I'm fucking sad.
Clay Jensen: You... You are?
Justin Foley: Yeah, I've known him since I was eight. He was the first person that gave a shit about me, the first person to look after me, man. He was my fucking brother.
Clay Jensen: I feel like he didn't look out for you, though.
Justin Foley: Dude, you don't know what you're talking about. Okay, Clay? You don't know everything. You think you have this idea that... You knew what you knew. He was a fucking person, Clay. A human being. Now he's fucking dead.
Clay Jensen: Tyler, they know you're hurting, we all are. And I don't know what to do about it, either. Okay? I tried hurting other people. I tried hurting you, and it didn't fucking help, man. It doesn't do any good. Listen to me. It doesn't! Tyler, listen. You don't get out of this alive. And I don't want you to die. I-I don't want you to die. If you think this is the way, if you really think this'll change a goddamn thing and not just be another fucking tragedy that adults cry about for a week and then forget, if you really think this is gonna be different, then do what you gotta do.
Clay Jensen: The next time someone is in desperate need... and they're about to make a terrible mistake, what do we do? Do we look the other way? Do we just protect ourselves or do we help them? Do we do whatever we can to save them? I think I know what Hannah would want us to do.
Clay Jensen: How can we find joy in our lives... in this world after Hannah? How do we take what hurts most? Take the darkness and turn it into light? I think the answer is we love each other. Easy to say. But what do we do when it's hard to love?
Olivia Baker: I wasn't sure if I should share this with you, but after hearing what you said, I think... I think it's all right. I found it on one of the old computers when I was cleaning up the store. Hannah wrote it.
Clay Jensen: "Reasons why not."
Olivia Baker: You're on there. At least once, possibly twice. Did... did she call you "Helmet"?
Clay Jensen: Yeah, she did.
Olivia Baker: Eleven reasons. She came up just short. But she left so many out. You know that, don't you? No matter how many reasons there might be "why," there are always more "why not."
Clay Jensen: Me and my parents... wanted to see if you might want them to adopt you.
Justin Foley: Wait, what?
Clay Jensen: Like, adopt you into our family.
Justin Foley: You mean, like, I'd be your brother?
Clay Jensen: Well, I'm-I'm not familiar with all the lingo, but...
Justin Foley: Wait. Why are you asking me and not them?
Clay Jensen: Because it was their idea, to be honest. And at first, I thought it sounded, um... idiotic. And they left it up to me, seeing as I was the person who brought you in their life in the first place. And... maybe it's a good idea, so... Are you... Are you crying?
Justin Foley: You know I'm, like, really fucked up, right?
Clay Jensen: Well... A, yes. But you're clean and going to meetings. And B, I'm also fucked up in certain ways, so...
Justin Foley: Okay, yeah. I'd like to be adopted, yeah.
Clay Jensen: Okay. Cool.
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