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Stranger Things Season 4 Finale: Which Moments Were Improvised

The making of any movie or television series is a collaborative process with the writers crafting the story on the page, directors bringing that vision to the screen, and actors bringing the characters to life. A massive production in terms of both scale and narrative, Netflix’s flagship sci-fi series Stranger Things follows that same collaborative nature, with the cast and crew bouncing off of each other to create the final product that we see on screen.

Volume 2 of Stranger Things hit the streamer on July 1, delivering the epic, four-hour conclusion to the long-awaited fourth season. Following the release of the finale, the Stranger Things writers took to Twitter to share which moments from the incredibly emotional episodes were improvised by their talented cast. First up, they wasted no time in breaking all of our hearts by revealing that Eddie’s (Joseph Quinn) last words to Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) — "I love you, man" — came from Quinn. Shortly after the writers’ account tweeted out another improvisation, revealing that Lucas’ desperate, heart-wrenching wail of "Erica, help" was all Caleb McLaughlin. I don’t know about you, but these two lines from Quinn and McLaughlin certainly had me in tears.

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