(1/2)Okay, but I was thinking about the outcome of JD's suicide and, one: Veronica would definitely have to give a statment on it, because as inefficient as the police department was, they wouldn't let something like a student blowing himself up in the football field just slide by. So Veronica ends up wrinting her final suicide note: JD's. But, unlike Heather's and Kurt and Ram's, it's not a phony one. She writes down everything she can based her conversations with JD, because in the end she was
(2/2)able to understand him and his pain, and his thoughts on life and on being a teenager, as messed up as they were, held a lot of truth. She makes his statement, the story spreads through the country. People are horrified and touched. Parents reach out to their children. Level-headed theacher talk with their students. JD’s suicide actually makes a difference in the world, though not in the way he would have thought. Veronica owed him that much and, by doing that, she is able to let him go.
THIS IS SO GOOD OMG I’M SAD