Warning: spoiler alerts ahead if you haven't binge-watched the second season of "Stranger Things."
It's been one week since season two of Stranger Things hit Netflix. The spooky series picked up where it left off and answered many questions that went unanswered in season one - where did Eleven go? Is Will doomed to be apart of the Upside Down forever? Will Nancy and Jonathan end up together?
As a new venture to keep the conversation going for one of Netflix's most popular original series, Beyond Stranger Things was created. The Jim Rash hosted after-show sees the creators, actors and crew members talk inspiration and behind the scenes happenings. The show automatically plays on the last episode of season two, taking you deeper into minds of those we were apart of the madness.
One of the sessions has left many fans angered. You see, in the last episode of the series Will, Eleven, Mike, Dustin, Lucas and Max attended their Snow Ball, and just as the show leads us to believe would happen, Max and Lucas go in for a kiss.
The issue comes from the fact that the kiss was not in the script and The Duffer Brothers admitted that Sadie Sink (who plays Max) brought the kiss on herself saying it was her "own fault."
"I get there, the first day of Snowball," Sadie says in the video, recalling the day the Snow Ball scene was taking place. "One of you, I think it was you Ross, you say, 'Ooh, Sadie, you ready for the kiss?' I’m like, 'What! No! That’s not in the script...that’s not happening.' So the whole day I was like stressed out, I was like, 'Oh my god, wait, am I gonna have to…' and it didn’t happen that day, but then the second day of Snow Ball."
"You reacted so strongly to this—I was just joking—and you were so freaked out that I was like, well, I gotta make her do it now…that’s why I’m saying it’s your fault," Ross says back to her. Watch the video below.
Once the Twitterverse got wind of this behind the scenes tidbit, many were not happy. Read some tweets below. What do you guys think?