Noah Schnapp Left a Hilarious ''Stranger Things'' Easter Egg in His Yearbook
If you want to feel old, actor Noah Schnapp, best known for his role as Will Byers in Netflix's Stranger Things, just recently turned 18. While his television counterpart is still in high school, Noah recently graduated from Scarsdale High School in New York and is now attending the University of Pennsylvania.
A TikTok user who went to the same high school as Noah recently decided to share his entry in their yearbook. "Um help I found this in my yearbook," the original uploader wrote in a caption alongside the video. Obviously, Stranger Things fans picked up on the TikTok video and quickly noticed that the yearbook entry is actually an easter egg for the show. Noah's quote reads: "To all the teachers that ever taught me a thing."
The quote then directs readers toward a specific timestamp: Stranger Things, Season 2, Episode 5.
Y'all I am SCREAMING check out the quote Noah Schnapp put for his Sr pic yearbook quote, like actually go to the clip pic.twitter.com/Y1Mopa9I0n— Ariel 🍄 || WYFSTW || (@JoesTxGirl) January 21, 2023
"Y'all I am SCREAMING check out the quote Noah Schnapp put for his Sr pic yearbook quote like actually go to the clip," one Twitter user @JoesTxGirl wrote.
If you are wondering which moment Noah was referring to, here's the Stranger Things that has fans going crazy:
Obviously, social media users loved the prank. Twitter users have been sharing memes about how clever the reference is, and about their own experiences as high-schoolers
Me counting all the times Noah schnapp has been smart pic.twitter.com/gSMapK4xZ2— Danny (@danni4pf) January 22, 2023
A Twitter user @vvilmonvibes added: "My high school stopped allowing time stamps ages ago."
my high school stopped allowing time stamps ages ago 💀— simon/bug 🛸 (@vvilmonvibes) January 22, 2023
"Somehow it makes it WAY better that it’s not his line," @TheHoundReacts concluded.
Somehow it makes it WAY better that it’s not his line.— The Hound (@TheHoundReacts) January 23, 2023
Hopefully, all the teachers at college stay on Noah's good side.