Is it way too early for a Season Five preview? Probably. But a few questions linger that warrant consideration: Will’s connection to the Upside Down, Hopper’s relevancy, and what time is the Pajama Jammi Jam?
What will become of Max? Is there a parallel with Stephen King’s Talisman? Was this entire season an homage to David Carradine? Steve and Anthony conclude their coverage of season 4.
Steve and Anthony cover the first hour of the season four finale. Anthony does a full conversion to the cult of Eddie and Steve talks about the night he got drunk with Metallica.
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!
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.
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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.