You Season 4 Episode 2 is officially out and is throwing all kinds of chaos at viewers. In the second group of episodes, Joe (Penn Badgley) Rhys (Ed Speelers) is an “eat the rich” killer. As he did, Rhys tried to befriend Joe and convince him that he was too. However, Part 2 was overlooked only because of its twists. It also saw Badgley make the leap from acting to directing. Netflix to celebrate Badgley’s latest achievement together Here are some behind-the-scenes images of Badgley’s directing Part 9 season.

The images, paired with the caption “(T)hanx Dad,” show Badgley behind the camera rather than in front of it. One of the photos shows him sitting in the “Joe” chair, with a stack of books (of course) next to him. The second is a close-up of him looking through the camera in full director mode. Finally, the third photo shows the director’s credit as seen in the episode’s opening credits.

The Badgley-directed episode titled “He’s Gone” forced Joe to confront his past in order to save his present life. This is when Joe begins to fully realize the extent of his separation and he races to retrace his steps and retrace his steps, trying to convince himself that he might be worthy. The episode features a powerful dream sequence that reunites Joe with some familiar faces that serve to remind him of the bad things he’s done in his life. Meanwhile, Kate (Charlotte Ritchie) quarreled with his father (Greg Kinnear) and trying to help Phoebe (Tilly Keeper), and Nadia (Amy-Lee Hickman) gets closer to the truth about Joe.

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Penn Badgley relished the challenge of directing

Although the episode was Badgley’s directorial debut, he said Entertainment Weekly It was “very intuitive.” Naturally, directing came with its own set of challenges, along with acting, preparing for the episode and trying to edit it. Speaking about directing the returning cast and other actors, he said, “I especially enjoyed being able to direct the other actors. The irony of television is that you don’t have time to work directly. was very special.”

All episodes You now streaming on Netflix. Check out the BTS photos below: