Let’s take a look at Season 4 before Season 5 comes out…in a few years. In the meantime, can we appreciate how the Stranger Things fanbase is still around for this great show? In a season that could have easily gone wrong, so many things went oh so right and we couldn’t be happier. Join us as we discuss things we missed in Season 4 and what a time jump into the early 90s could look like in Season 5. We’ll be back with more Stranger Things coverage when Season 5 hits Netflix, we’ll see you then!
Eleven gets her powers back, but has she completed the full jedi training? Have we seen the last of Dr. Brenner’s magnificent mane? Does Steve have haunted dreams? And, yes, our first clue about season 5!
That was a metalhead finale we can cheer for. It came down to the wire and Eleven’s arms were extending while she screamed, of course. BUT the Duffer Brothers delivered a gut punch that made us remember why we love this show. While Jim is condemning pineapple pizza to The Upside Down, A.Ron is happy to report that this episode delivers in stakes, pacing, and surprises.
The kids are gearing up and you should too. They’re all getting good bonding time before the final episode where we might lose one of the beloved kids. Nancy is smitten with Steve once again. Let’s be honest, who isn’t at this point? And we now have definitive proof that the clocks mean something, A.Ron would like his trophy now. Come back soon for our thoughts on the next mega episode!
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Will there be time travel in season four? Will Steve be killed, stuck, or become a vampire? What 1986 song will save Nancy?
Anthony gushes about his favorite episode of the season. Steve proposes his theory that every character of the Breakfast Club has a parallel in season four.
Steve and Anthony celebrate the return of Dr. Brenner, discuss the limits to Eleven’s powers, and the varieties of SpaghettiOs. We also opine over a few potential plotlines for season 5.
This episode is the highpoint of the season so far and perhaps one of the best of the entire series. Max continues to impress. The shootout scene is thrilling, shocking and effective. Also Steve and Anthony do a deep dive into playground karate and cassette tapes.
Steve and Anthony break down the Scoobie Doo parallels. Max continues to be the emotional keystone for season 4. Also, Andre the Giant was the perfect face for Honeycomb cereal.
Steve and Anthony roll our way through season 4 (episode 2) with discussions of video stores, the amazing acting of Sadie Sink, and breakfast burritos.