Premium- The Baby-Sitters Club -Hidden Details In The ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ Bedrooms
I don't know what Netflix is paying The Baby-Sitters Club set decorators, but they definitely deserve a raise. The attention to detail on this show is truly next level. Every single frame is full of hidden Easter eggs and nods to the girls' personalities. Whether that means crowding Claudia's room with as many pieces of in progress paintings and sculptures as possible or keeping Stacey's room minimal and cool like a true New Yorker's space, every frame tells a story.
As a result, there are a ton of hidden details in the girls' rooms sprinkled throughout The Baby-Sitters Club Season 2. The good news is it's fairly easy to spot at least a few of them thanks to the miracle of the pause button. Of course, that also means you can see what's not there — namely Mary Anne's nightmarish clown doll. I don't know what kind of sick joke she was playing on Dawn, but that thing is normally nowhere to be seen in her room.
Mary Anne's missing clown doll aside, it's still impressive just how much each room reflects how far the girls have come since Season 1 — and how often their private spaces manage to incorporate tiny details from the books. Read on for a few my favorite hidden details in each of the BSC members' rooms.