Video from Weird things Actor Joseph Quinn rehearses what could become one of the most pivotal moments of the show’s final season — as well as one of the most viral heavy metal moments television has ever produced.
In the Weird things Season 4, Quinn’s character, eccentric but misunderstood metalhead Eddie Monson, plays Metallica a path puppet master To help save his friends from an attack by VicnaForces of Evil (if this sentence still confuses you at this point, where have you been?!). There has been a lot of speculation about whether Quinn actually played any of the song himself, with it recently confirmed. Tae, son of Metallica guitarist Rob Trujillo, is involved in puppet master It is used in the show (as was Rob’s bandmate, guitarist Kirk Hammett).
Now, thanks to this new footage, it’s clear that at least Quinn knows puppet master In the scene, as the video shows, far from the character, he gets confused and finds his way to beat the classic thrash metal game.
“I wouldn’t consider myself a brilliant guitarist, but I can play,” Quinn told Entertainment Weekly in May. “That was very fortunate because these scripts came out, I think, at some point in the pandemic. I’ve already started practicing really hard.” Quinn also noted that he listened to “a lot of heavy metal” to personalize, and get an extra touch of authenticity for the role he gave courtesy of the estate Ronnie James Diowho loaned him a Dio backpatch that can be seen wearing throughout the show.
Watch Quinn play puppet master Out character below. The latest season of Weird things Now showing on Netflix.
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