7 Tiny details from 'You' season 2 you probably totally missed
This article contains spoilers on the second season of Netflix's You.
The second season of You, a psychological thriller drama focusing on an obsessive stalker, was well received by audiences when it dropped on Netflix last week. The labyrinthine plot, full of twists and turns, definitely didn't disappoint.
Season one of the show tells the story of Joe Goldberg a seemingly-normal bookstore manager who meets a graduate student and aspiring writer named Beck. Joe falls passionately in love with Beck and soon enters into a relationship with her. But as he becomes increasingly obsessed with her, the unhinged Joe goes to disturbing lengths to keep her.
However, now fans have spotted a number of cool easter eggs in the second season, which we've taken the liberty of compiling just for you right here. Scroll down to check them out.
Take a look at the trailer for season two of You right here:
1. Anavrin is Nirvana spelled backward; but more interestingly, Nirvana was actually mentioned
a lot in Season one, with Beck often wearing the band's T-shirt:
2. Joe finds Hendy's secret room by pulling on a pile of books that include Charles Dickens.
In Season one he discovered Beck's secret about The Captain at a Charles Dickens festival:
3. Love and Forty's names reference terms in tennis terms.
Love means zero points, and 40 points is the highest amount:
4. Joe keeps a box of hidden items in a hole in the wall behind a painting.
In the novel, he hides Beck's things the same way:
5. Peaches appear constantly in season two as a result of Joe's guilt over Peach's death:
6. The flower Joe brings Love before he meets her friends is the same kind he gives Delilah before she's murdered.
7. Joe also appears to get a postcard from the real Will in one scene
But this isn't the first time we've written about this show. In fact, some fans have noticed that Netflix actually let the cat out the bag by hinting at a major spoiler about season two's plot in a poster for the show released before it premiered.