Easter Eggs You Missed In Stranger Things Season 4 Part 1

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  Easter Eggs You Missed In Stranger Things Season 4 Part 1

In the opening scene of the “Stranger Things” Season 4 premiere, there is an extended sequence of a rambunctious paperboy throwing a bunch of rolled-up newspapers haphazardly at suburban houses. It hits random parts of the yards, including the back of a car, a window, and a chair.



This could be a reference to the Midway arcade game, the self-explanatory “Paperboy.” It came out in 1985, a year before the fourth season of “Stranger Things” takes place. In fact, “Paperboy” came out for home consoles, such as the Nintendo Entertainment System (or NES), a year later in 1986, which fits with the season (even if the scene itself takes place before the actual season proper).



In the game, you would play as the titular “Paperboy” and attempt to throw your newspaper rolls to the designated houses — the closer to the house, the higher your score (though you would still get points if it didn’t land exactly at their doorstep, including if you broke their windows). Meanwhile, the player would also have to dodge obstacles, such as cars, other people, and even creatures grabbing at you from the sewers.



This could all be a coincidence, of course, but the fact that video games (especially the aforementioned NES) are a plot point in a later episode, as well as the creatures you have to avoid in the game (similar to the creatures that are stalking Hawkins), it seems likely the reference is intentional.



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