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Stranger Things creators the Duffer brothers reveal heartbreaking improvised part of season 4 death scene

The Duffer brothers were on hand to break our hearts even more (Picture @strangerwriters / netflix)

**Major Stranger Things spoilers to follow**

Stranger Things creators, the Duffer brothers, have revealed a very heartbreaking detail behind one of volume two’s death scenes and yes, you have been warned.

Fans literally broke Netflix on Friday in order to tune in for the final two episodes of Stranger Things season four.

However, while they were prepared for some pretty emotionally charged scenes, it’s fair to say one, in particular, really got them.

Eddie Munson, the leader of the Hellfire Club, was killed off in volume two, after sustaining fatal injuries from bats, after he and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) were put out on watch for Vecna.

In his final moments, an injured Eddie was proud of himself for being brave, reminding Dustin: ‘I didn’t run away this time, right? You’re gonna have to look after those little sheep for me,’ as he’s planning to graduate.

Eddie (R) met a heartbreaking end (PIcture: Netflix)

‘I think it’s my year, Henderson. I think it’s finally my year. I love you man.’

Dustin replied: ‘I love you, too,’ before Eddie died in his arms, and honestly, we couldn’t cope.

But to make things even more heart-wrenching, the Duffer Brothers have now revealed Eddie’s final words were improvised by actor Joseph Quinn.

 

Writing on Twitter, they attached a picture of Eddie and Dustin with cameras in the background, as the writers revealed: ’“I love you, man” was improvised by Joe.’

Fans were just about holding back the tears, as someone asked the writers: ‘Did he improvise the “don’t you, big boy?” at Steve in the camper van too? just asking for a friend,’ with the pair answering: ‘Yes.’

Eddie was head of the Hellfire Club (Picture: Tina Rowden via Netflix)

Of course, there were many emotional responses under the tweet, with one viewer writing: ‘Don’t do this to me rn.’

‘And then you just killed him,’ another pointed out.

Someone else shared: ‘Yelling screaming crying throwing my phone away.’

A fan added: ‘Best friendship ever! They were like brothers!’

After his final scenes aired, Joseph shared in an interview: ‘I think, you know, we don’t want to upset anyone!

‘But yeah, I think I got a text from the Duffers a little couple of weeks ago saying that they were bracing themselves for something.’

He added to RadioTimes.com: ‘I’m delighted that people have responded in the way that they have done to Eddie, so if they’re missing him, then that’s a lovely thing. It feels very gratifying.’

Stranger Things can be streamed in full on Netflix now.

 


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