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Clay Jensen (Character)
from "13 Reasons Why" (2017)

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13 Reasons Why: :  -- Clay Jensen works to uncover the story behind his classmate and crush, Hannah, and her decision to end her life.

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  1. "13 Reasons Why"
        - Episode #2.1 (2018) TV episode, Played by Dylan Minnette
        - Tape 3, Side B (2017) TV episode, Played by Dylan Minnette
        - Tape 4, Side B (2017) TV episode, Played by Dylan Minnette
        - Tape 5, Side A (2017) TV episode, Played by Dylan Minnette
        - Tape 6, Side A (2017) TV episode, Played by Dylan Minnette
          (9 more)

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From "13 Reasons Why: Tape 6, Side A (#1.11)" (2017)
Jeff: Slow down, man, where are you going?
Clay: I just, uh, I gotta get up early...
Jeff: Dude, Hannah's here.
Clay: Oh, she is? That's cool. Hope she has a nice time.
Jeff: You need to go in there and talk to her.
Clay: She's talking to someone else. She's busy.
Jeff: Then that's your cue, man! That's your cue to cut in. Take a swing.
Clay: A swing?
Jeff: You got a fat slider in your sweet spot. You gotta swing your bat through the strike zone, man, and knock it out.
Clay: Oh, see, I'm aware that those are baseball terms. And if I'm interpreting correctly, I think that given my batting average, what I would actually end up with is a strikeout and not a homerun. With that said, very good use of an extended metaphor.
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