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[S1E6] Under The Knife

Amy undergoes gastric bypass surgery to change her life, but endangers herself by not sticking to the post-op diet. Tammy seeks support from her love interest, Jerry. Two months later, the sisters reveal the changes they've made to family and friends.

[S1E6] Under the Knife

Synopsis: Amy hopes to turn her life around after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, but her efforts are nearly destroyed when she fails to stick to the post-op diet; Tammy turns to Jerry for support; the sisters showcase their progress to their family.

Nam-ra comes up with a plan to use sound to lure the zombies in particular directions so that they can retrieve Cheong-san and make an escape. Su-hyeok gives a public announcement from the broadcasting room imploring Cheong-san to stay where he is, and On-jo does the same, but of course, the problem with this strategy is that everyone can hear it, including Na-yeon, who we see hiding out, and Gwi-nam, who immediately heads to the broadcasting room with a knife.

Luther finally asks Alice why she killed her parents. Reed calls Luther and tells him that he is not thinking right and wishes he were dead. Reed sets up Luther to be killed by the police. Alice kidnaps Mark at knife-point and takes him to meet Luther. Schenk begins to doubt Luther's guilt. In desperation, Luther must seek Mark's help, and place his trust in Alice Morgan. Teller confirms that a "kill order" will be given to take out Luther if required.

Reed waits to meet Luther surrounded by police snipers. Reed tries to get Luther to attack him so that the snipers can kill him. Luther whispers to Reed that the diamonds he stole have been taken. Luther pulls a knife and Teller gives the order to shoot but Ripley interferes and yells for Luther to run. Ripley is taken into custody as Luther runs away with the police in pursuit.

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The Mayor and her wife have gone out for the evening, putting Sid, the babysitter, in charge of their creepy, creative kids. One of them has been drawing pictures of dead people, and includes in her ouvre a sketch of Sid with a knife skewering her skull. Fridge-worthy!

And that picture from before? Turns out, it was prophetic. Sid the babysitter took a tumble while the dishwasher was open, and had an unfortunate encounter with a long knife. Who could be behind such cruelty?

Hopper meanwhile meets up with Joyce and shares what he has learned so far with her. The two realize that the child from the laboratory is not Will, but is undoubtedly connected to the case. They track down Terry Ives, who is catatonic and tended by her sister Becky. Becky explains that Terry underwent Project MKUltra testing while unknowingly pregnant; she believed her daughter Jane was kidnapped by Brenner at birth. Joyce and Hopper conclude Eleven is likely Jane.

While searching for Eleven, Mike and Dustin are ambushed by school bullies Troy and James. Troy holds Dustin at knifepoint and demands Mike make a suicidal jump into the lake where Will's body was discovered. Mike jumps but is levitated to safety by Eleven, who scares away the bullies.

  • Accidental Hand-Hold: Jonathan and Nancy find themselves holding hands accidentally after Nancy's mother almost busted into the room.

  • Adaptational Explanation: The comic book portraying Will's survival in The Upside Down reveals that he heard Nancy's screams and found her, but because of the Demogorgon was unable to call out to her. When he noticed her looking at the gate in the tree, he threw a rock to distract the Demogorgon and thus the reason she was able to escape.

  • Big Damn Heroes: Eleven rescuing Mike and Dustin at the quarry.

  • Catch a Falling Star: Eleven catches Mike with her mind.

  • Cock Fight: Jonathan and Steve get into a fistfight over Nancy. Steve goads Jonathan into it by insulting his family, so it's not really all about Nancy, but that doesn't stop the woman at the police station from assuming this trope.

  • Empty Bedroom Grieving: Terry Ives kept the room of her daughter Jane the way she decorated it 12 years earlier.

  • Even Evil Has Standards: Troy and James are truly ruthless bullies, but just as Troy is about to force Mike to jump off the quarry cliff under the threat of cutting Dustin's teeth, James realizes they're going too far.

  • Evil Gloating: Inverted. Dustin is beside himself with glee after Eleven's Big Damn Heroes moment and gloats to the bullies that his dreaded friend will kill them if they come back.

  • Friend Versus Lover: Dustin says that Lucas feels a rivalry with Eleven because she's absorbing Mike's attention, for more-than-friendly reasons.

  • Green-Eyed Monster: While Steve has been rather shallow and self-absorbed up till now, he didn't turn outright cruel until he thought that Nancy was cheating on him with Jonathan.

  • Group Hug: Of Mike, Eleven and Dustin at the quarry.

  • Hairpin Lockpick: Nancy's mother uses her hairpin to open Nancy's room after her knocking remains unanswered.

  • Humans Are the Real Monsters: This episode stresses that while the monster is a deadly and frightful being, it's still little more than an animal. Humans, on the other hand, can be downright EVIL. Fittingly, each of the episode's primary problems and conflicts are shown to be caused more by humans than the monster: The monstrous cruelty and ruthlessness of Brenner and the agents of the Government Conspiracy is revealed when Hopper and Joyce meet Terry Ives, left catatonic after being exploited and experimented on by the US government and having her child (Eleven) stolen.

  • Troy's bullying towards Mike and Dustin reaches a vicious peak when he holds Dustin at knifepoint and threatens to cut out his teeth unless Mike jumps off a tall peak into a quarry; as was shown by the investigation with Will, the force of the impact would've killed Mike.

  • Steve is spitefully willing to slander Nancy purely out of jealousy and rage when he believes her to be cheating on him with Jonathan, rather than asking her for the truth, and in turn Jonathan is revealed to have a savage, uncontrollable violent side when Steve pushes his Berserk Button once too often.

  • Eleven, after thinking she's been abandoned by her new friends, seems to be slipping into Then Let Me Be Evil by stealing food from a grocery store and uncaringly using her powers to hurt the harmless employee who tries to stop her.

  • Hypocrite: After the barely-veiled hints about Carol's sexual appetite, her engaging in Slut-Shaming towards Nancy is more than a little rich.

  • I Am a Monster: Said verbatim by Eleven because she feels personally responsible for having opened up the gate to the Upside-Down and made first contact with the monster. This is a Meaningful Echo to the previous episode where Lucas accused her of indeed being the monster, upon which she attacked him and ran away. Mike assures her that she is not the monster.

  • Internal Reveal: After Joyce confirms that the room he found in the lab couldn't be Will's, Hopper finally learns that the child who was spotted in Benny's wasn't Will. Through talking to Becky, they become aware of El's powers.

  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Or a "Heart of Slightly Lesser Jerk", at least; after goading on Steve and Jonathan's fight, when it starts going badly for Steve, Tommy tries to stick up for his friend and enter the fray on Steve's side, but is pushed away. He can also be heard pleading for Jonathan to let up on his No-Holds-Barred Beatdown and protesting that Steve has long since stopped offering any meaningful resistance.

  • Ladykiller in Love: Much as he tries to deny it, Steve is clearly this when it comes to Nancy.

  • Let's Get Out of Here: One of the two bullies says this before running away from Eleven at the quarry.

  • Lock-and-Load Montage: Lucas gets one when he sets out to save Will on his own.

  • Mistaken for Cheating: When Nancy and Jonathan come back from the encounter with the Demogorgon in the woods, Steve catches them in an apparently compromising position and assumes she's cheating on him.

  • Mugging the Monster: Steve taunting Jonathan about his family ends up being this; for all his cockiness and swagger, he turns out to be woefully unprepared to face a genuinely pissed-off Jonathan out for blood. Downplayed, in that it's just being outclassed in a teenage punching match, but Steve nevertheless leaves the fight looking much less pretty than when he entered it compared to Jonathan.

  • Mystical Pregnancy: It's implied that Terry Ives's daughter somehow acquired supernatural powers due to Terry subjecting herself to Mad Scientist experiments while pregnant.

  • Never Split the Party: Dustin urges his comrades to stay together by reminding them of a tabletop mission where they were taken out one by one by the enemy because they decided to split up.

  • No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: Jonathan gives an epic one to Steve for insulting his mother and brother. His rage eventually becomes so primal that he continues to pound Steve's face as he's being pulled off of him by police... and then punches a cop just so he can continue punching Steve.

  • Not So Above It All: To Lucas's ire, while acknowledging that one of his friends got hurt Dustin can't help but also acknowledge how cool it was that Eleven could throw Lucas around just with her mind.

  • Only Sane Man: Dustin points out that Mike, Lucas, and Eleven were all out of line in their argument in the previous episode, and he's the only one pushing for the party to reconcile for much of the episode.

  • Plummet Perspective: When Mike steps towards the edge of the quarry, a small rock plummets down.

  • Prompting Nudge: Dustin has to prompt Mike this way when they both stand in front of Lucas. Mike can only grudgingly bring himself to apologize.

  • Rage-Breaking Point: Jonathan genuinely tries to be the bigger man and walk himself and Nancy away from Steve's insults, and even manages to impressively put up with some very nasty comments about his family... but it's when Steve unwisely brings up Jonathan's (possibly, and as far as Steve knows actually) dead brother as a taunt that he just snaps.

  • Sarcastic Confession: The army surplus store clerk raises an eyebrow at the weapons Nancy and Jonathan are buying. When he asks what they are up to, Nancy point-blank tells him they are going monster hunting. He makes the sale.

  • Security Cling: Nancy clings to Jonathan in fear after her narrow escape from the Demogorgon in the Upside Down.

  • She Is Not My Girlfriend: Once again, Nancy is mistaken for Jonathan's girlfriend by the secretary at the police station. Apparently Everyone Can See It.

  • Shower of Angst: Nancy takes one after her ordeal in the forest.

  • Sickening "Crunch!": Heard when El breaks Troy's arm at the quarry.

  • Sinister Switchblade: Troy flaunts his switchblade when he and James bump into Mike and Dustin in the woods.

  • Slut-Shaming: Done to Nancy by Tommy and Carol, with the connivance, at least, of Steve, after Steve finds Nancy with Jonathan.

  • Spotting the Thread: When Hopper mentions the drawings in the child's room he found in the Lab, Joyce immediately asks about the quality of the drawings, and when Hopper describes them as the poor quality stick figure drawings kids usually drew, instantly confirming that the cell isn't Will's, who was an expert artist, cluing them in that the child Hopper's been chasing isn't Will.

  • Stupid Sacrifice: Mike jumps off a cliff into a quarry lake to prevent Tory from cutting out Dustin's teeth, which we learned in an earlier episode would be fatal, while Dustin himself points out that he can live without his baby teeth. However, this may be justified in that it's not clear that the boys know that this will kill Mike. The Soft Water trope was even more prevalent in media then than it is now, and at least one person in Hawkins has spread the story that he survived the jump. Symbolically, it also reflects their earlier conversation where Dustin revealed that he believed that he was a lesser friend of the others because they'd known each other longer than he had, and Mike had to reassure him that Dustin was one of his best friends. Foolishly, consciously or not, Mike is reinforcing that Dustin is as much his best friend as the others and that he is willing to die for him if necessary.

  • Tactical Reminiscence: Dustin reminds his pals that they should not split up as they did during their failed "Bloodstone Path" D&D mission.

  • Then Let Me Be Evil: Implied. Eleven after being treated like a monster finally decides to steal food in a supermarket and hurts an employee who was trying to stop her.

  • There Is Only One Bed: Jonathan stays the night in Nancy's room and volunteers to sleep on the floor, but she invites him onto the bed shortly thereafter. He sleeps above the covers, though.

  • The Tooth Hurts: The bully threatens to cut out Dustin's baby teeth.

  • Trapped-with-Monster Plot: Nancy hiding from the Demogorgon in the Upside Down.

  • Unflinching Walk: Eleven displays some fine badassery walking away from the supermarket as glass doors crash behind her.



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