The episode opens after the events of the the last episode where Eleven awakens to find herself in The Upside Down. Although scared, she then escapes through a gate The Demogorgon produced and runs off back to Mike's house where she encounters him being talked to by the government telling him that her stories were not true. Realizing that she is in danger, Eleven runs off into the forest hiding.
Afterwards, Hopper makes breakfast for him and Eleven as she walks in and asks if she can go trick or treating as a ghost. She believes that she would not be noticed with the sheet over her, but Hopper refuses because it is too dangerous. Hopper then finds out that more pumpkin farmers in Hawkins have found their crops rotting mysteriously.
At Hopper's house, Eleven watches TV when she remembers having to live in the forest to evade the government, while there she kills a squirrel to survive, and then encounters an old man while cooking her meal, she then attacks him with her mind and takes his coat and flap hat.
Nancy and Steve attend a Halloween party where Nancy gets drunk and tells Steve that she doesn't love him which causes him to leave. Jonathan takes her home. Will has another episode experiencing himself back in The Upside Down as a shadowy monster in the sky attempts to catch him.
Back at Hoppers house, Eleven tries to contact Mike through The Void, but fails. Mike reveals it has been 353 days since Eleven disappeared, and he has been attempting to contact her daily. Dustin then goes home when he hears a noise in the garbage bin, he opens it to find something inside.
- Joyce Byers - Winona Ryder
- Jim Hopper - David Harbour
- Mike Wheeler - Finn Wolfhard
- Eleven - Millie Bobby Brown
- Dustin Henderson - Gaten Matarazzo
- Lucas Sinclair - Caleb McLaughlin
- Will Byers - Noah Schnapp
- Max Mayfield - Sadie Sink
- Nancy Wheeler - Natalia Dyer
- Jonathan Byers - Charlie Heaton
- Steve Harrington - Joe Keery
- Billy Hargrove - Dacre Montgomery
- Karen Wheeler - Cara Buono
- Bob Newby - Sean Astin
- Dr. Sam Owens - Paul Reiser
- Ted Wheeler - Joe Chrest
- Claudia Henderson - Catherine Curtin
- Calvin Powell - Rob Morgan
- Barbara Holland - Shannon Purser
- Phil Callahan - John Reynolds
- Tommy H. - Chester Rushing
- Carol - Chelsea Talmadge
- Werewolf - Sam Ashby
- Happy Homeowner - Lyne Ashe
- Government Agent #1 - Tonya Bludsworth
- Grandkid - Danny Boyd Jr.
- Mrs. Sinclair - Karen Ceesay
- Tina - Madelyn Cline
- Government Agent #2 - Jim E Chandler
- Nerdy Tech - Joe Davison
- Erica Sinclair - Priah Ferguson
- Samantha - Sheah Jones
- Government Agent #4 - John Paul Marston
- Government Agent #3 - Shannon Mayers
- Eugene - Al Mitchell
- Jason Vorhees - Cameron Newton
- Government Agent #6 - Desmond Phillips
- Drunk Teen #1 - Cody Pressley
- Holly Wheeler - Tinsley Price
- Drunk Teen #2 - Drew Scheid
- Hunter - Alex Van
- Scary Clown - Andrew Wilson Williams
- Hawkins PD - Trey McGriff
- "Ghostbusters (Instrumental Version)" by Ray Parker Jr. - The boys are getting dressed up for Halloween as their parents take photos.
- "Wango Tango" by Ted Nugent - Billy complains about having to move to Hawkins as he drives Max home.
- "Blackout" by Swing Set - Jonathan drives Will to meet his friends.
- "Shout at the Devil" by Mötley Crüe - Steve, Nancy and Billy at the Halloween Party.
- "Islands in the Stream" by Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton - Bob and Joyce dance around her living room.
- "Monster Mash" by Bobby Boris Pickett - Max and the guys continue trick-or-treating; Mike tells Will that Max's presence is ruining his night.
- "Girls On Film" by Duran Duran - Jonathan arrives at the Halloween Party.
- "Outside the Realm" by Big Giant Circles - Mike tells Will it feels like Eleven is still around; Jonathan drives Nancy home, helps her to her room and tucks her into bed.
- "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr. - Dustin flips off the garbage can lid and peers inside; end credits.
- "Walking Through the Upside Down"
- "This Isn't You"
- "Tree Slime"
- "Eggo in the Snow"
- On August 31, 2016, the second season was announced through a trailer published across social media, listing the titles of its nine episodes. The trailer shows that Chapter Two was originally titled "The Boy Who Came Back To Life". This is a reference to Will Byers, who is referred to as such in the heading of a newspaper article in 'The Upside Down'.
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