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Justice has come for Barb earlier than we expected!

While Stranger Things creators Ross and Matt Duffer said that we'll be revisiting the fan-favorite character's demise in season two of the Netflix hit (which was only just renewed), Jimmy Fallon took the matter into his own hands to give us a "deleted scene" from season one. 

In the skit, Jimmy takes over for Joe Keery as Steve Harrington, who shows up to a session of Dungeons and Dragons played by Dustin (Gataen Matarazzo), Mike (Finn Wolfhard), Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin), and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) with a friend...Barb! 

While the real Barb, Shannon Purser, was not on hand, a stand-in Barb was out for blood after having been left in the Upside Down for two months, ignored while the rest of the world only cared about Will. 

"Let's review, shall we?" Barb began. "There were two people down there, and you rescued one of them. Do the math, a--holes!" 

"Screw you, Steve Harrington!" Barb yelled when Steve/Jimmy tried to calm her down. "And screw Nancy too, by the way! She was supposed to be my BFF, well I guess BFF stands for Big F--king Phony!" 

"Phony starts with a "P," added Dustin. 

Barb then started vomiting slugs and explained that she had traded Will back to the Demigorgon in order to get herself out. 

Will then chimed in through the wall letters, saying "F...U." 

If you think this means Barb will be back for season two, you're apparently incorrect. 

"Barb's getting her own Netflix spin-off—Orange Is the New Bitch." 

Oh, if only. 

Stranger Things will return for a nine episode second season in 2017.