The only person I felt invested in this season was Tyler. His struggle with being a survivor of sexual assault from season 2 was very real. Everyone else annoyed me honestly.
When a murder is committed even a vengeful one, regardless who it's against, the one who committed the crime needs to be punished end of story. Not by some rando off the street but by the authorities. If you think otherwise then Bryce and Monty deserved better and also deserved to be forgiven for their misdeeds. This whole episode felt like they were saying "It's okay to commit murder and cover it up as long as it's for a good cause". No that's never acceptable PERIODT.
The writers did an okay job of making me feel sympathy for Bryce even though I hated him because of what he did in seasons one and two. In fact kudos to the actor Justin Prentice for being so versatile and helping make the character feel multi layered.
If the Beast from Beauty and the Beast can be forgiven why not this monster? Well simply because the writers say so. They messed up this finale just like they messed up the last seasons finale by making the story feel less real. This season could have been cut in half and focused on Tyler's recovery and it would have been more entertaining and much better honestly.
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