“Creepy” Jonathan Byers Scene Seemingly Lower From ‘Stranger Issues’ Season 1

Was an edit made to Stranger Issues to make Jonathan appear, nicely, much less unusual? Followers of the present went again to the primary season and observed a lacking scene, seemingly edited to make the eldest Byers son not as creepy.

The second episode, titled “The Weirdo on Maple Road,” was means again when Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer) was nonetheless smitten with Steve Harrington (Joe Keery). In the meantime, a peeping Jonathan Byers (Charlie Heaton) spied on his classmates throughout a celebration from a wooded space. As Nancy and Steve made their means inside, Jonathan photographed them via the bed room window, hesitated, then continued to take action when Nancy was shirtless.

Nevertheless, the up to date model, which is presently on Netflix, is lacking the a part of the scene when Jonathan oddly snaps an image of a susceptible Nancy. As an alternative, he pans his digital camera to Barb (Shannon Purser).

…And it’s secure to say Steve stans usually are not comfortable.

“Kinda jogs my memory how The Duffer Brothers are enhancing Season 1 of Stranger Issues to take out among the bizarre, creepy shit Jonathan did so we don’t need to query why they’ve Nancy courting a man who stalked her,” one particular person wrote.

One other wrote, “The Duffer Brothers enhancing the photograph scene in season 1 to make Jonathan appear much less creepy (and Steve look like extra of a nasty man) is my villain origin story, truly.”

Some identified that the Blu-ray variations of the present nonetheless have the unique scene saying, “The Duffer Brothers enhancing shit out of the present like I don’t have the Blu-rays of s1 and s2.”

Modifying scenes from earlier seasons isn’t one thing unparalleled from the Brothers. In truth, they not too long ago needed to edit a continuity error in Will’s birthday following the Season 4 launch. Matt Duffer even stated that it wasn’t the primary time, telling Selection, “We have now George Lucas’d issues additionally that folks don’t learn about.”

Decider has reached out to Netflix for a remark.

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