The improvised scenes of season 4 of ‘Stranger Things’



    *The following article contains ‘spoilers’ for ‘Stranger Things’ season 4, volume 2*

    It’s no surprise to us at all that the fourth season of the Duffer Brothers phenomenon, ‘Stranger Things,’ has surpassed one billion views. We have probably contributed to at least half of the figures just by seeing her again, with tears streaming down her cheeks and her head in her hands. But in addition to the heartbreaking storylines, the creators of the series have gone on to pummel our emotions even more after revealing that some of the scenes weren’t even scripted. Yes, you read it right.

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    Just a day after the release of volume 2, the official profile of the ‘Stranger Things’ writers posted a series of tweets claiming that three of the epic scenes at the end were improvised. In the first post, the account shared an emotional image of Joyce Byers (played by Winona Ryder) and Jim Hopper (played by David Harbour) waving goodbye as he prepared to fight the prison Demogorgon. After Joyce urges him to be careful and tells him that she doesn’t want to hold a second funeral, the couple share a kiss. But it turns out that this sweet moment was actually spontaneous, and the actors decided to release it on the day of the shoot.

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    The writers then shared that the second impromptu moment was when Lucas (played by Caleb McLaughlin) begs “Erica, help!” his sister, while Max (Sadie Sink’s character) dies in her arms.

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    They then revealed that the third improvisation was none other than Joseph Quinn, who played the leader of the Hellfire Club, Eddie Munson. Saying “I love you, man” to Dustin (played by Gaten Matarazzo), this scene was especially poignant considering the heroic sacrifice he made to help others fight Vecna.

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    Can season 5 hurry up and drop please? We need to know that our favorite characters are going to be okay.

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