In the third season of the series, the police search the school after finding the doping that was in Price's car. In the meantime, Alex remembers the support that Bryce gave Alex after Jessica threw a direction against him. At those moments, the police bring Tony to investigate some things, and Price's funeral reveals very strange secrets.
Every time this show almost does something good it just veers off for the lazy sophomoric treatise instead. It's exhausting and it's unpleasant and it's often dangerous, and at this point, there is no reason why it should still be around.
By cluttering its plot with preposterous drama even as it strains for uplift, or at least some greater meaning, the series undermines its own intention-and winds up making itself useful to no one in particular.