Found a few things that kind of bugged me in the plot so far. Some of them just seem like glaring plot-holes, but others feel like they might be intentionally shady and might because plot points later on (HUGE spoilers of course):
1. There's no way Chloe could have known Max was the person who pulled the alarm from that butterfly photo. Yes, Max told her it was a photo she took that day, and Chloe recognized it as a photo of the women's restroom, but there was nothing in the photo to indicate what time of day it was. Chloe and Nathan's rendezvous in the bathroom took less than 5 minutes. Couldn't Max's photo been taken at any time before then?
2. Nathan drugged Chloe over 6 months ago, but Chloe is either only now threatening to blackmail him for it, or she's been threatening him repeatedly this entire time. Either way, that's super weird for a variety of reasons. If this is the first time she's tried blackmailing him, what was she doing all this time? Wouldn't the threat become meaningless after all this time?
3 (2.b?). Chloe's master plan was to blackmail Nathan, but she herself says no one believes Nathan can do any wrong. When Max says they should go to the police, Chloe says that won't believe them. When Max goes to the principal earlier, he refuses to believe her (if you choose to tell him). If no one believes Nathan can be guilty of anything (which is really weird in and of itself), then how was Chloe going to blackmail him? Why would Nathan think he can be blackmailed and thus freak aaaall the way out like he does?
4 (3?). David Madsen's very existence is bizarre and baffling in this story. It's unlikely that he could get hired at Blackwell. Even the principal thinks he harasses children (and witnessed him doing so), and the teachers think he's invading everyone's privacy. Even if he played it cool during his job interview, wouldn't he have been fired by now? Similarly, after exploring Chloe's house and watching their interactions, there seems to be more than enough evidence for Max and Chloe to not only get David fired from Blackwell, but also get him arrested for assault. He's a villain, everyone knows he's a villain, everyone has the power to get rid of this villain, but they just haven't for some unknown reason. This really feels like plot armor somehow. Like David has some trait that makes me seem like an untouchable authority figure in the eyes of everyone around him. Maybe the town knows him as a war hero, so just lets him get away with being an outrageous asshole?