Tony Padilla: Should I put a tape on?
Clay Jensen: How about we just listen to the radio?
Tony Padilla: That's a great idea.
Tony Padilla: I have to apologize for not telling you everything. Hannah asked me to keep secrets for her. I wanted to honor that. But I've come to believe I need to share something with you. There are 14 audio files on there. You should listen to them in order. I have the original tapes, and for reasons you'll come to understand, I have them hidden somewhere very safe. But if you need those, I will bring them to you too.
Olivia Baker: What's on here? What kind of files?
Tony Padilla: I... I really think you should just listen. What happened to Hannah... I wish that would never happen to any other kid, ever. And if giving you this helps that, then... I'm sorry. I thought I was doing the right thing.
Brad: I'm not gonna judge you, but you have to tell me what's going on. Or I can't be your friend or boyfriend or anything.
Tony Padilla: I had a friend. Her name was Hannah. She killed herself. She left a job for me. Secrets to keep. I tried, I tried to honor her memory. I tried to keep those secrets, but I don't think I did the right thing. Her parents are hurting. I don't know what I'm supposed to do. I don't know what I'm supposed to do. I just... I wanted to take care of Hannah.
Clay Jensen: I couldn't... I couldn't tell her. I couldn't hold her. I killed Hannah Baker. Like you said.
Tony Padilla: I said we all killed Hannah.
Clay Jensen: How am I supposed to live with that?
Tony Padilla: Any way you can.
Clay Jensen (about Skye): She doesn't know what was going on in Hannah's life.
Tony Padilla: You don't know what's going on in hers.
Clay Jensen: Would you... you know, shut up, Tony? I get so sick of your little sayings, and things you point out, acting all wise. You're like this unhelpful Yoda.
Tony Padilla: Is that a crack on my height?
Clay Jensen: I need to throw up. I don't have anything to throw up.
Tony Padilla: You need some food.
Clay Jensen: So I can throw it up?
Tony Padilla: So you can settle the fuck down.
Clay Jensen: How in the hell am I supposed to listen to this?
Tony Padilla: I think the asshole answer is you put the headphones on, the cassette tape in, and you press play.
Clay Jensen: That is the asshole answer, isn't it?
Tony Padilla: Yeah, but it's true.
Clay Jensen: Did I kill Hannah Baker?
Tony Padilla: No, she took her own life, Clay. That was her choice. But you, me, everyone on these tapes, we all let her down. We didn't let her know that she had another choice. Maybe we could have saved her, maybe not. I think it's impossible to know.
Clay Jensen: Answer the fucking question. Knowing what you know, believing what you believe, knowing me, knowing her, and what's on these tapes... did I kill Hannah Baker?
Tony Padilla: Yeah.
Clay Jensen: And this just gets worse, right?
Tony Padilla: You afraid?
Clay Jensen: Yeah. I'm gonna listen anyway.
Tony Padilla: All right, okay, I’ll make you a deal. Listen to the tapes, all of them. And then we’ll talk. We’ll do whatever we have to do.
Clay Jensen: And you’ll help me?
Tony Padilla: Always.
Clay Jensen: So that guy Brad… is he your boyfriend now?
Tony Padilla: I hope he’s still my boyfriend. He’s been pretty annoyed lately because… I’ve been spending all my time with another guy. You.
Clay Jensen: I thought maybe… I thought maybe you were in love with her.
Tony Padilla: Clay… you know I’m gay, right?
Clay Jensen: What? No, I didn’t know that. How was I supposed to know that?
Tony Padilla: I thought everyone knew it.
Clay Jensen: I don’t think everyone knows.
Tony Padilla: A lot of people know it.
Tony Padilla (to Clay about Hannah): They’ve got her in a body bag. I remember thinking, “There’s no handles on that bag. How are they gonna pick her up? How are they gonna carry her?” And they just grabbed the bag… and threw her in the ambulance. Just like that.
Tony Padilla (to Clay): Look, I liked Hannah. She was a friend. But the girl was a lot. She was drama. And I was apparently the only guy at Liberty who didn’t grab her ass or stare at her tits. And so I always got to hear about it… and on that particular day, I didn’t want to deal, so I let her walk away.