Stranger Things 4, Part 1 spoilers ahead! 🅐 Why did the (human) bad guys have any trouble locating Eleven, seeing as she was living with the Byerses, under the name Jane Hopper? 🅑 Even in the 1980s, wouldn’t “Jane” have been required to have a parent or guardian present when being questioned by the police? 🅒 In Episode 4, did you catch Victor Creel (played by Robert Englund) scratching the desk with his fingernails, Freddy Krueger-like? and before speaking of “waking nightmares”? (If that wasn’t on-the-nose enough, Dustin name-checked Freddy soon after!) 🅓 Speaking of Creel, was it wise of Nancy and Robin to give the supposed psycho their real names? 🅔 Why did Max only record her 45-minute loop of “Running Up That Hill” on one side of the cassette and not both? 🅕 How come, when Dustin, Lucas, Max and Erica took off on bicycles, none of the grownups chased after them in a car? 🅖 In Episode 6, was the quickly and smoothly scrolling text on Suzie’s 1986 PC a rare lapse in visual effects? 🅗 In Episode 7, shouldn’t Eddie have had more of a reaction to first landing in the Upside Down? 🅘 And lastly, are we just pretending that Mike, Will, Jonathan and Argyle didn’t up and disappear for the final two hours of Season 4A…?
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