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‘13 Reasons Why’: Clay Is Caught In Action On Google Maps

By Sounak Mukhopadhyay , Apr 17, 2017 05:30 AM EDT
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"13 Reasons Why" has turned out to be one of the most successful shows in recent times. Hannah Baker's story is different from any other teenage tales that viewers have experienced. Unlike other teenage TV shows, this Netflix drama deal with serious issues like bullying, abuse, and suicide. According to a recent report, the main lead of the story, Clay, is caught in action on Google Maps.

Dylan Minnette, the actor who plays the character, is apparently caught in front of the character's house on Google Maps. His face, however, is blurred in accordance with Google policies. When Clay's house address was Googled, a person looking interestingly similar to Minnette was seen posing in front of the building. When the Pop Sugar writer panned to the left, there was the entire production crew. There are folding chairs in the San Rafael, California street. There is a lot of equipment. Even a truck Iron Horse Studio Rentals can also be seen. It has a sticker that says that it is operated by Paramount Pictures, one of the producers of the Netflix show.

In "13 Reasons Why", Clay is seen moving in his jeans and hoodies. In the starting episodes, he rides his bike while listening to Hannah's tapes on the headphone. During one of the initial episodes, he falls down and cuts his forehead. The injury remains throughout the show. Some assume that the cut is a deliberate attempt by the makers so that viewers do not get confused with the present-day Clay with the one in the flashback.

While the writer is quite sure it's none other than Dylan posing for the camera, there is one small mismatch. While the actor is seen using over-the-ear headphones in "13 Reasons Why" the Google Maps photo shows him with Apple earbuds. Otherwise, everything else about the character is just right.

According to Refinery 29, it is satisfying for fans to discover the Google Maps street-view images, even if those do not clearly show Clay's face. The website wonders if Google could give more of such production photos.

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