Play Along With 13 Reasons Why Cast Members as They Guess the Netflix Series by the Emoji

We've officially reached the fourth and final season of 13 Reasons Why, and in celebration of the Netflix series, in February we sat down with two of the stars, Brandon Flynn (Justin) and Alisha Boe (Jessica), to learn more about their favorite moments from the show and what it was like working with Selena Gomez.

Along the way, we had them see if they could correctly guess the Netflix series by the emoji and quizzed them on everything from You . . .


. . . to Queer Eye!


Play along in the video above, and check out 13 Reasons Why, available now on Netflix.

  • As COVID cases spike in Florida, Trump now says he's 'flexible' on convention format in Jacksonville
    Yahoo News

    As COVID cases spike in Florida, Trump now says he's 'flexible' on convention format in Jacksonville

    With coronavirus cases exploding in Florida, President Trump said he is “flexible” about the need for a traditional indoor Republican National Convention in Jacksonville next month. The Republican National Committee had scrapped plans to hold the party's convention in Charlotte, N.C., after Gov. Roy Cooper said he would only allow “a scaled-down convention with fewer people, social distancing and face coverings.” In a television interview with former Fox anchor Greta Van Susteren, Trump suggested the format for the Aug. 24-27 event would depend on the severity of the outbreak in the Sunshine State.

  • As COVID-19 makes a comeback, so will lockdowns
    Yahoo News

    As COVID-19 makes a comeback, so will lockdowns

    At the outset, Fauci warned that America was still “knee-deep in the first wave” of the contagion, describing the country's new normal of more than 50,000 cases per day as “a serious situation that we have to address immediately. But how? asked Collins.

  • 2 female firsts at the Supreme Court announce retirements
    Associated Press

    2 female firsts at the Supreme Court announce retirements

    The Supreme Court said Tuesday that the first-ever women to hold two prominent positions at the court, handling the justices' security and overseeing publication of the court's decisions, are retiring. Pamela Talkin's most public role in nearly two decades as the court's marshal has been opening court sessions by announcing the justices' entrance into the courtroom and banging a gavel before court begins. Christine Luchok Fallon's name wasn't on any Supreme Court decision, but part of her job as the reporter of decisions was to oversee the writing of summaries of the justices' opinions that begin each decision, turning lengthy legal explanations into a succinct few pages.

  • Reuters

    Texas executes inmate convicted of killing elderly man: Department of corrections

    Billy Joe Wardlow, 45, was pronounced dead at 6:52 p.m. CDT (2352 GMT) after a lethal injection at the state's execution chamber in Huntsville for the murder of Carl Cole, 82, in 1993. Wardlow's lawyers sought unsuccessfully to halt the execution, arguing that since he was 18 at the time of the crime, he was not fully capable of understanding his actions and thus should not face the death penalty. Texas has executed more prisoners than any other state since the U.S Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty in 1976.

  • 'I would be very careful in the middle of the street': There have been at least 66 vehicle-ramming attacks in US since May 27
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    'I would be very careful in the middle of the street': There have been at least 66 vehicle-ramming attacks in US since May 27

    Amid thousands of protests nationwide against police brutality, dozens of drivers have plowed into crowds of protesters marching in roadways, raising questions about the drivers' motivations. While witnesses, law enforcement and terrorism experts say that some of the vehicle incidents appear to be targeted and politically motivated, others appear to be situations where the driver became frightened or enraged by protesters surrounding their vehicle.

  • 15 Platform Beds to Elevate Your Bedroom Style
    Architectural Digest

    15 Platform Beds to Elevate Your Bedroom Style

    You'll love these contemporary styles and budget-friendly price points Originally Appeared on Architectural Digest

  • Militants kill BJP politician Wasim Bari and his family in Kashmir
    The Telegraph

    Militants kill BJP politician Wasim Bari and his family in Kashmir

    A Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party politician was killed along with his brother and father in Indian administered Kashmir, officials said on Thursday. Wasim Bari, 38, and his family were attacked by militants at his residence in north Kashmir's Bandipora district on Wednesday night. All three were shot at point-blank range and died on the way to hospital.

  • Former Marine who played wide receiver in college catches a three-year-old boy thrown from burning building
    The Independent

    Former Marine who played wide receiver in college catches a three-year-old boy thrown from burning building

    A former Marine and wide receiver in college American football caught a three-year-old boy who was thrown from a burning building by his mother. Phillip Blanks was filmed catching Jameson Long on 3 July in Phoenix, Arizona, after he heard the child's mother, Rachel Long, call for help from inside the building. Mr Blanks managed to catch the child just before he hit the ground and carried the three-year-old to safety.

  • China’s Confucius Institutes Attempt to Rebrand Following Backlash
    National Review

    China’s Confucius Institutes Attempt to Rebrand Following Backlash

    China is attempting to rebrand Confucius Institutes following a worldwide backlash against the centers. Confucius Institutes, which are present on dozens of U.S. college campuses and at other foreign universities, carry the stated purpose of promoting Chinese language and culture. The Confucius Institute Headquarters in Beijing has changed its name to the “Ministry of Education Centre for Language Education and Cooperation.”

  • Should schools reopen? Pediatricians, politicians say yes — but teachers disagree
    Miami Herald

    Should schools reopen? Pediatricians, politicians say yes — but teachers disagree

    Everyone wants children to go back to school this fall, according to President Donald Trump. “If Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos have proven anything over the past four years, it's that they do not care about students,” sixth grade teacher Lily Eskelsen García, who is president of the association, said in a statement Tuesday.

  • Officials Terrified That Trump’s Jacksonville Convention Will Be ‘Another Tulsa’
    The Daily Beast

    Officials Terrified That Trump’s Jacksonville Convention Will Be ‘Another Tulsa’

    Sam Newby was excited at first when the Republican National Convention decided to head to his city. “In a normal situation, I would be glad for the RNC to come here, I would be the first one to be there,” Newby said.“But with the spike of it, and I know what it can do, that's why I'm concerned about it coming to Jacksonville.” Trump's drive for a Jacksonville convention is on a collision course with the rampant spread of the coronavirus in Florida.

  • US seizes 81 vehicles in Venezuela smuggling ring
    Associated Press

    US seizes 81 vehicles in Venezuela smuggling ring

    Federal investigators said Wednesday they have seized 81 vehicles worth an estimated $3.2 million that were bound for Venezuela as part of a smuggling ring operated for wealthy and politically connected people. Anthony Salisbury, chief of the Miami Homeland Security Investigations office, said the vehicles were to be smuggled in violation of U.S. export laws and sanctions against the socialist Venezuelan government, “This is all part of an ongoing effort to combat foreign public corruption and in particular for public corruption in Venezuela and the laundering and the fleecing of the Venezuelan people's wealth and the stealing of the Venezuelan wealth from the national treasury for the gain ...

  • The Lincoln Project continues anti-Trump ad campaign
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    The Lincoln Project continues anti-Trump ad campaign

    On Tuesday, the Lincoln Project, a conservative political action committee formed in late 2019, released an ad titled “Whispers,” which suggests those in President Trump's inner circle are secretly mocking him. This is the latest in a series of attack ads produced and distributed by the committee, whose members include George Conway, Steve Schmidt and other prominent Republicans who oppose Trump. Yahoo News has assembled a compilation of some of the Lincoln Project's most controversial advertisements.

  • Black Americans report hate crimes, violence in wake of George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter gains
    USA TODAY

    Black Americans report hate crimes, violence in wake of George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter gains

    When it comes to symbols of faith, gunshots damaged a historically Black church in Kentucky and five white people face hate crime charges for an alleged attack on a Black pastor in Virginia. When it comes to families, a viral video shows a white woman pointing a gun at a Black family in a Michigan parking lot and a Black Muslim woman and her two children allegedly had a gun pulled on them by their neighbor in Washington state. Across the U.S., Black people have reported incidents of alleged hate crimes – criminal offenses motivated by bias.

  • Hospital led by biotech billionaire Soon-Shiong approved for PPP aid
    Reuters

    Hospital led by biotech billionaire Soon-Shiong approved for PPP aid

    A Pennsylvania hospital led by biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong won approval for up to $5 million in federal aid for small businesses under a coronavirus pandemic loan program, government data show. The Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center in Windber, Pennsylvania, was cleared for a loan of between $2 million to $5 million to help keep 490 workers employed under the U.S. government Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Soon-Shiong, 67, is a high-profile biotech executive and physician with an estimated net worth of $7.6 billion, according to Forbes.

  • Australian man fights off deadly snake that attacked him in his car while he drove down the highway
    INSIDER

    Australian man fights off deadly snake that attacked him in his car while he drove down the highway

    A man police identified as Jimmy was driving down the highway in Calliope, Australia, on June 15 when he saw a snake at his feet. It was an eastern brown snake, one of Australia's deadliest snake species. Police in Queensland, Australia, said in a news release published Tuesday that a 27-year-old, identified only as "Jimmy," was driving down the highway at 100 kilometers (62 miles) per hour when he noticed the highly venomous eastern brown snake near his legs.

  • Navy SEAL who oversaw bin Laden raid says America's biggest national security issue is the K-12 education system
    Business Insider

    Navy SEAL who oversaw bin Laden raid says America's biggest national security issue is the K-12 education system

    Retired Adm. William McRaven, a former US Navy SEAL commander and head of US Special Operations Command, says K-12 education is vital to US national security. "Unless we are giving opportunity and a quality education to the young men and women in the United States, then we won't have the right people to be able to make the right decisions about our national security," McRaven said. McRaven said the US needed to develop a "culture of education" within communities, particularly those where residents think they can't afford it or that their children aren't "smart enough."

  • Texas Governor Is ‘Putting Lives at Risk,’ Local Officials Say
    The Daily Beast

    Texas Governor Is ‘Putting Lives at Risk,’ Local Officials Say

    Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo believes she knows what her county needs to fight back against COVID-19. “I'm at the mercy of what powers he positively gives us,” Hidalgo told The Daily Beast. As Texas faces a resurgent coronavirus and some officials have emphasized concerns about hospitals in the state becoming potentially overrun or overwhelmed, Hidalgo can find plenty of reasons to worry.

  • César Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in Miami
    BBC

    César Duarte: Fugitive Mexican ex-governor arrested in Miami

    César Duarte, a former Mexican state governor who became a fugitive, has been arrested in Miami after more than three years on the run. Mr Duarte, governor of Chihuahua until 2016, fled after he was accused of embezzling public funds. The arrest came as Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador paid an official visit to the US for talks with President Trump.

  • North Korea's Kim ordered to pay damages to Seoul POWs
    AFP

    North Korea's Kim ordered to pay damages to Seoul POWs

    A South Korean court ordered Pyongyang's leader Kim Jong Un to compensate two former prisoners of war who spent decades as forced labourers in the North, in a move that could set a far-reaching legal precedent on the divided peninsula. The ruling was the first time a South Korean court claimed jurisdiction over Pyongyang or issued a compensation order against its leader, according to a campaign group backing the plaintiffs. The two men -- one surnamed Han, 87, and the other Ro, 90 -- say they were captured during the 1950-53 Korean War, but were never repatriated after the armistice that brought hostilities to a close.

  • Associated Press

    Philadelphia waives 100s of protest-related code violations

    Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney says the city will drop all code violation notices handed out to demonstrators during the protests against police brutality and racial injustice that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis while in police custody. Kenney said in a written release Wednesday that he was taking the city Law Department's recommendation and dropping the violations issued to protesters between May 30 and June 30. Kenney said that criminal charges filed during the protests are under the purview of the District Attorney's office and were not included in the dismissal announced Wednesday.

  • 2 men arrested for looting stores in Santa Monica during protests
    KABC – Los Angeles

    2 men arrested for looting stores in Santa Monica during protests

    Santa Monica Police arrested two suspects wanted for looting the REI and VANS stores during the protests against police brutality.

  • ‘Let me borrow your bike’: Atlanta police officer takes passing man’s bicycle to chase fleeing murder suspect
    The Independent

    ‘Let me borrow your bike’: Atlanta police officer takes passing man’s bicycle to chase fleeing murder suspect

    Police in Atlanta were able to apprehend a murder suspect thanks to a passerby's bicycle. The Atlanta Police Department said in a statement that the suspect had been seen around the Old Fourth Ward area last Tuesday when one cop commandeered a bicycle to chase the man down. The department said on Twitter afterwards that a cyclist had assisted with 21-year-old Nicholas Fonseca's arrest, who was wanted in connection with a 28 June shooting.

  • What you need to know about the coronavirus right now
    Reuters

    What you need to know about the coronavirus right now

    New Jersey adopted a stringent coronavirus face-mask order on Wednesday, and New York City unveiled a plan to allow public school students back into classrooms for just two or three days a week, as newly confirmed U.S. COVID-19 cases soared to a daily global record. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy unveiled an executive order requiring face coverings outdoors where social distancing is not possible, citing a rise in the state's coronavirus transmission rate. Coronavirus cases have been on the rise in 42 of the 50 states over the past two weeks, according to a Reuters analysis.

  • Amid Black Lives Matter protests, more school districts are pushing to address racism. Is it enough?
    USA TODAY

    Amid Black Lives Matter protests, more school districts are pushing to address racism. Is it enough?

    To create an environment in schools where students hopefully will not feel these pressures, the administration has asked the school board to come up with a plan to make equity a key focus by creating a dedicated position to provide “leadership and oversight in equity and excellence,” officials said. You need to look at policies, you need to look at curriculum, you need to look at disciplinary practices, you need to look at simply educating everyone on what's going on,” Kannan said. You need to look at hiring.