The Netflix teen drama employs time jumps, a sprawling ensemble cast, and some pretty subtle foreshadowing and homages that can make elements of the show confusing to some viewers.While the main story about Hannah's suicide is easy to follow, there are some really cool Easter eggs and references hidden in the show that you might have missed, and also some behind-the-scenes stories you haven't heard that make the series even better.Tjaden published a computer game on the University of Virginia's Web site based on the small-world problem.Tjaden used the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) to document connections between different actors.
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), after twenty years they were still unable to solve the problem to their satisfaction.
In 1967, American sociologist Stanley Milgram devised a new way to test the theory, which he called "the small-world problem." Milgram randomly selected people in the midwest to send packages to a stranger located in Massachusetts.
These secrets about was showing us a lot more about Clay and Hannah's bond than fans may have realized.
Both teenagers have the same poster hanging in their rooms: the poster for Arcade Fire's 2014 Reflektor tour.