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hollywoodreporter / Saturday November 18, 2017
'Stranger Things' Season 2 Secrets Explained
Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer, executive producer Shawn Levy, and cast members Finn Wolfhard, Paul Reiser and Linnea Berthelsen hit the stage at Vulture Fest LA on Saturday to discuss Season 2 of the wildly-popular Netflix series. Berthelsen’s attendance is especially notable given that she starred as Kali in the season’s controversial seventh episode, “The Lost Sister.” Not only have the Duffers been forced to defend the urban-set standalone following backlash from fans, they’ve since admitted that they nearly cut it from the season altogether. But as they’ve explained, without “The Lost Sister” in the mix, they didn’t feel the ending with Eleven worked. Unfortunately for many viewers, the only episode to take place outside of Hawkins felt unnecessary and, arguably worse, like a showcase for some horribly cheesy ‘80s “punk” stereotypes. “We were excited about spending a little time away,” says Ross Duffer of the episode. “We only say it’s like a movie, but it’s not. So some of it is us experimenting with the form, this eight hour, nine hour thing. ….So we got excited about taking a breather before we dive back in…and it annoyed some people.” “It was intended to give you whiplash,” adds Matt Duffer. “Whether the whiplash was too strong or not, I don’t know.” While the Duffers seemed a tad cowed by the negative fan reaction, Levy was quick to jump to the episode’s defense by citing its importance to the plot...Read more