Stranger Things fans think they’ve spotted a pretty major plot hole in emotional season 4 finale
Posted by  badge Boss on Jul 04
Eddie Munson was a key player in the Stranger Things finale (Picture: Netflix)

***Warning: Major spoilers ahead for the Season 4 finale***

fans are still reeling from the – while some viewers have been digging a bit deeper and think they’d found a plot hole.

The last episode of volume two – which was a two-hour epic – saw the sinister events come to a head in Hawkins and the Upside Down, with the gang putting a plan in place to take down Vecna.

While Robin Buckley (), Steve Harrington (Joe Keery) and Nancy Wheeler (Natalia Dyer) were in the monster’s house, Dustin Henderson (Gaten Matarazzo) and Eddie Munson (Joseph Quinn) – also in the upside down – were preparing a trailer home with defenses as they prepared to distract some flying demons.

As part of the fortification, they covered up windows, put up a fence and blocked off other entrances to keep themselves safe, and they used some power tools to secure their shields.

Later, Eddie – who – plugged in his electric guitar and played Metallica’s Master of Puppets to draw away the monsters.

However, some viewers have questioned how they get access to electricity in the Upside Down after an earlier scene showed a toppled power line tower.

Eddie blasted out Master of Puppets (Picture: Netflix)
Eddie and Dustin were distracting the monsters (Picture: Netflix)

‘Who would have thought that there was electricity in Upside Down,’ quipped one fan.

Another said: ‘If Eddie could play his guitar with the amp does that mean they have electricity in the upside down, or did they run an extension cable through the portal.’

A different viewer questioned: ”I love stranger things. But. How is there electricity in the upside down? Who is managing it? (sic)’

Thankfully, plenty of other fans didn’t see the issue, which is fair enough – particularly given the devastating and heroic events as Eddie made his last stand.

Bringing a bit of perspective to the conversation, someone else wrote: ‘If you’re worried about electricity in the upside down then maybe Stranger Things isn’t the show for you. It is a fictional show and you’re talking about logic. Show is a masterpiece just enjoy it my god.’

Stranger Things is available to stream on Netflix.