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Stranger Things: Steve and Nancy Aren't a Guaranteed End Game for Season 2

Jonathan still has a chance!

Megan Vick

Stranger Thingsis going to keep things complicated for Steve (Joe Keery) and Nancy (Natalie Dyer) next season.

Their co-stars Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven) and David Harbour (Chief Hopper) revealed at New York Comic-Con on Friday that they've received the first couple of scripts for the sophomore season of the Netflix hit and the love triangle between Steve, Nancy and Jonathan (Charlie Heaton) is still very intense, despite the fact Nancy and Steve seemed pretty settled at the end of the first run.

"We did get the first couple scripts and it's insane," Harbor told the crowd on Friday. "Even when I was watching [Season 1] I felt torn. They both were so three dimensional... There will be more of that for seasons to come."

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Brown had her own theories about what should go down between the lovebirds though. ""Anything can happen," she said. "But I'm okay with [Steve and Nancy]. I just think Jonathan... Imagine if Barb came back and Jonathan and Barb were dating. That would be incredible."

Hold your horses, Barb army. Brown and Harbor immediately shot down the idea of Barb resurrecting though, despite her immense internet popularity. Barb is staying dead (at least for now), but that would make for some pretty awesome double dates.

Are you worried about Steve and Nancy or do you think she should have ended up with Jonathan?

Stranger Things Season 2 will hit Netflix in 2017.