David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder), in the script for Stranger Things

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Things

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing

David Harbour let out an expletive the moment he learned his character would reunite with his closest confidant, Joyce Byers in the script for Stranger Thing