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SNL’s Stranger Things season 2 preview explains one of the show’s greatest mysteries

Stranger Things is a new Netflix hit, one of the pleasant surprises of the summer. The streaming giant already renewed it for a second season, but there’s a long way to go until it launches. However, Saturday Night Live got early access to season 2 and learned the answer to one of Stranger Things’ greatest mysteries. DON’T MISS: Don’t expect a Surface Book 2 to take on Apple’s new MacBook Pro this year Barb’s fate and Will’s strange behavior after he’s rescued are important parts of the plot that need to be explained next season.
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