DAVID Harbour has lifted the lid on his Stranger Things co-stars’ struggles with tech ahead of Netflix’s fourth series.
The actor, who plays Jim Hopper on the sci-fi hit, has been keeping up with his fellow cast members via video call throughout the global coronavirus pandemic.
David Harbour plays Jim Hopper on Stranger Things
Aside from catchin up, the gang have taken to playing Dungeons and Dragons remotely – a game which fans will know is a huge part of the series.
Posting pictures of the group call, Harbour told his 6.1million Instagram followers: “Tis the season for both young and old dorks to meet in a tavern and attempt to slay mighty technical glitches.”
Another shot showed the ensuing messages to Wolfhard, who complained: “It crashed five times.
Harbour posted a pic of the group video call before it crashedCredit: INSTAGRAM / DAVID HARBOUR
He also shared a shot of his messages to Finn WolfhardCredit: INSTAGRAM / DAVID HARBOUR
“Am I supposed to gain this Vimeo link…No one is telling anything.”
David unhelpfully replied: “I clearly have less of a clue than anyone.”
Judging by the comments, fans certainly saw the funny side of the exchange, joking about how reletable it was.
“This post speaks to me, feel like I’ve done this dance hundreds of times,” one follower wrote, alongside a cry-laughing emoji.
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“Lol, this sums up 2020, doesn’t it?!” a second chimed in.
“This really tickled me, if you lot can’t master it what hope is there for an old fart like me?” a third chimed in.
While a fourth simply wrote: “Lol you guys crack me up.”
Mike actor Finn Wolfhard was equally baffled
Meanwhile Dyer lifted the lid on her secret anxiety battle just last month.
Stranger Things recently revealed its cast list for season 4, introducing a string of new faces.
The show’s official account also posted a string of clues about The Hellfire Club set to to be introduced in new episodes.
Stranger Things season 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix now.
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