We all remember Frankenstein having bolts in his neck.
New timeline: Now it seems they’re just neck electrodes?
Large, clear nuts on either side, but now he just has clean small electrodes.
We’re not referring to Hermann Munster here, who is simply a parody of the monster. And hey, electrodes makes more sense anyway, don’t they? You’d need them to attach the cables that harnessed the lightning, that brought him to life!
Of course the original, Shelley’s Frankenstein had no such bothersome detail. Mary wrote the original between 18 and 20, and the idea came to her sitting around a vacation campfire with other quite well known writers, telling scary stories.