Photo: Katie Yu/Netflix This Friday, Netflix wrapped up its sparkly rom-com trilogy of Lara Jean Covey's time in high school with To All the Boys: Always and Forever . After falling into a relationship with her crush Peter Kavinsky thanks to an old love letter in the first movie , wrestling with her attraction to another crush in the second , Lara Jean's got a new paramour in her life, only this time around it's [cue Sex and the City music] the city of New York! Peter gets into Stanford and Lara Jean doesn't, but then she finds herself longing for a new life across the country at NYU. Meanwhile, there's also a dreamy trip to Seoul, stressed-out parental dynamics, a wedding, scrunchies, and her younger sister's discovery of boys. Vulture's Devon Ivie and Jackson McHenry got together to discuss this melancholic end of an era. Warning: Spoilers ahead. Jackson McHenry: What a journey we've been on with Lara Jean. She fell in love in one movie, was caught in a love triangle in her second, and in the third, she's dealing with heartbreak! Well, not specifically of the romantic kind, but academic, since the big twist here is that… Read full this story
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