Season 2 Note : This section is a stub. You can help 13 Reasons Why Wiki by expanding it. Tony is shown to be a kind, caring, and loyal person. He is shown to be a good friend to Clay and was also a good friend to Hannah and was apparently one of the only boys at Liberty High who did not ridicule her or sexually harass her. While he claims that Hannah was a friend, Tony himself admits that she was a bit too much to deal with and on the day she killed herself he wanted to avoid her drama for once and did not answer the door and just let her walk away after she arrived to give him the tapes and as such let her walk away to her death.
Tony is shown to extremely remorseful for what he did by ignoring Hannah and as such is shown to be dedicated to fulfilling her final wishes to deliver the tapes to all those on her list that she reveals are the reasons for why she ended her life. He is also very close to Hannah' family and no doubt wants to help them in any way possible. While not on Hannah's list at all, Tony considers himself to be one of the reasons for why she killed herself. He is very comforting as well as he reaches out to Clay during his grief over Hannah's death. However Tony is shown to be a little too dedicated to his mission to follow Hannah's wishes as instead of turning the tapes over to Hannah's parents or the police he instead delivers it to the people on her list as she wanted which has caused many disasters to occur such as Alex becoming suicidal and attempting to kill himself and Tyler being bullied to an extent so great that he seems to be planning a school shooting.
Even though he is well aware of Bryce's crimes, he still refuses to cease following Hannah's rules and expose the tapes to the public as he claims that the word of a dead girl will not be enough to bring Bryce to justice.
He also disagrees with some of Clay's plans for revenge against some of those on the list such as spreading a humiliating photo of Tyler to the whole school. Tony is shown to be capable of physical aggression as Clay once witnesses him savagely beating up someone along with his brothers. He even lies to Hannah's mother a few times about knowing anything about why she killed herself simply for the purpose of following Hannah's rules.
By the end of the first season however, and after Clay is able to get a confession from Bryce, Tony finally understands that it is better to think about what Hannah needs rather than what she wanted and gives up copies of her tapes to her parents in the hopes that they will be able to help get justice for Hannah's death. Tony is on the shorter side and has black hair, hazel eyes, and tan skin.
Tony's hair is always gelled back very carefully and he dresses in a style similar to what a greaser in the s might wear, with jeans, a leather jacket, and combat boots making up his outfits. Before committing suicide Hannah gives the tapes to Tony telling him to give them to the people on the list. Hannah and Tony have been shown to be good friends hence her giving the tapes to Tony.
Clay and Tony have been shown to been friends for a long time. Without Clay knowing Tony drops the tapes off to Clay's doorstep. Tony has been there to help Clay understand the tapes but sheds very little light and instead telling Clay to listen to the tapes. Caleb is Tony's boyfriend. Caleb is Tony's boxing coach, and they soon start hanging out outside the training sessions.
They slightly show interest in each other. Through the second season they become closer and start dating, although they don't make it official. They eventually open up to each other more. Tony doesn't want Caleb to meet his family yet; he says he just needs some time.
After Hannah's suicide he helps Olivia helping her understand more about what Hannah was going through and helps with the investigation. After thinking about whats best for Hannah he then hands over a copy of the tapes to Olivia and Hannah's father at the end of the First Season. Translation: First we eat, then we do everything else. Add an image. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? This article is about the Netflix series character. You may be looking for the book character. Her name was Hannah.
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